Category: Five Players To Watch

Five Bears To Watch: Week 13 vs. the 49ers

Five Bears To Watch: Week 13 vs. the 49ers
On Sunday, the Bears (2-9) play host to the San Francisco 49ers (1-10) in a game that has very little meaning for the playoffs, but a ton for the top pick scenario in next year’s draft. It will be Matt Barkley under center for the second straight week as he faces Colin Kaepernick and the... Read more »

Five Bears To Watch: Week 12 vs. the Titans

Five Bears To Watch: Week 12 vs. the Titans
As each week goes on, the tougher it gets for the Chicago Bears. Here in Week 12, the Bears will be without their starting quarterback, left guard, right guard and inside linebacker. Don’t forget that Kyle Fuller has been out all season, Kevin White is on injured reserve and Week 1 starter Mitch Unrein could... Read more »

Five Bears to Watch: Week 11 vs. the New York Giants

Five Bears to Watch: Week 11 vs. the New York Giants
The 2-7 Bears travel to New York to battle the 6-3 Giants. It’s all about assessing the roster now with the Bears’ playoff chances almost non-existent. Injuries continue to be an issue for the Bears with 10 players listed on Friday’s injury report. Defensive tackle Eddie Goldman (ankle), cornerback Deiondre’ Hall (ankle) and defensive tackle... Read more »
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Five Bears to Watch: Week 8 vs. the Minnesota Vikings

Five Bears to Watch: Week 8 vs. the Minnesota Vikings
The Minnesota Vikings come to town on Halloween, fresh off its first loss of the season at 5-1. The Bears are on the opposite side of the spectrum at 1-6, but some key players return and anything can happen on Monday Night Football. Injuries continue to be an issue for the Bears with 12 players... Read more »

Five Bears to Watch: Week 7 vs. the Green Bay Packers

Five Bears to Watch: Week 7 vs. the Green Bay Packers
Aaron Rodgers is struggling. Brian Hoyer is playing really well. Those are two storylines from around the NFL over the last few weeks. Neither are necessarily true. Rodgers will always be a dangerous quarterback especially against the Bears, a team that punishes over and over. As for Hoyer, his numbers are very deceiving. The Bears... Read more »

Five Bears to Watch: Week 6 vs. the Jacksonville Jaguars

Five Bears to Watch: Week 6 vs. the Jacksonville Jaguars
The Bears aren’t getting healthier and that won’t help them win games as they sit at 1-4 heading into Sunday’s home meeting with the Jacksonville Jaguars. 15 players are listed on the Week 6 injury report including one player who has been ruled out in rookie cornerback Deiondre’ Hall and three doubtful players in quarterback... Read more »
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Five Bears to Watch: Week 5 vs. the Indianapolis Colts

Five Bears to Watch: Week 5 vs. the Indianapolis Colts
Health is not on the Bears’ side. Last year that was the theme for this franchise, but somehow it has gotten worse in Year 2 of John Fox’s tenure. 16 players are listed on the Week 5 injury report including four who are doubtful to play in quarterback Jay Cutler (thumb), running back Jeremy Langford... Read more »

Five Bears to Watch: Week 4 vs. the Detroit Lions

Five Bears to Watch: Week 4 vs. the Detroit Lions
The Bears enter Week 4 winless and still beaten up. After two rough performances in primetime against Philadelphia and Dallas, the Bears welcome rival Detroit to town. Five players were listed as doubtful by head coach John Fox in running backs Ka’Deem Carey, Jeremy Langford, quarterback Jay Cutler, defensive tackle Eddie Goldman and linebacker Danny... Read more »

Five Bears to Watch: Week 2 vs. the Philadelphia Eagles

Five Bears to Watch: Week 2 vs. the Philadelphia Eagles
The Bears have been crummy at home lately, to say the least. Last season, John Fox’s group posted a franchise worst 1-7 record at Soldier Field. It’s time to put the past behind them and coming off an up and down performance in Sunday’s 23-14 loss in Houston, the Bears should be happy to be... Read more »
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Five Bears to Watch: Week 1 vs. the Houston Texans

Five Bears to Watch: Week 1 vs. the Houston Texans
Football is back. After Thursday night’s impressive opener between Carolina and Denver, 13 games are on tap for the first Sunday of the season as well as two more on Monday night. Included in Sunday’s schedule is the Bears road opener in Houston. A league-high nine players were listed on the Bears’ injury report on... Read more »