Tag: Jordan Howard

Week 1 Game Preview: Chicago Bears vs Green Bay Packers

Week 1 Game Preview: Chicago Bears vs Green Bay Packers
The wait is over Bears fans. On Sunday night, the NFL’s biggest rivalry will play its 197th matchup. Dating back to 1921, the Green Bay Packers own a 96-94-6 edge over the Bears. Green Bay has dominated the series as of late winning four straight and 14 of the last 16 meetings. A lot of... Read more »

2018 will be the year of Jordan Howard

2018 will be the year of Jordan Howard
It remains to be seen what Year 3 will bring for Bears’ running back Jordan Howard. First-year head coach Matt Nagy loves to run the ball, but versatile back/pass catcher Tarik Cohen will be on the field a ton in his second season in the NFL. The 23-year-old Howard has averaged 1,217 rushing yards in... Read more »

Week 4 NFL Game Preview: Chicago Bears at Green Bay Packers

Week 4 NFL Game Preview: Chicago Bears at Green Bay Packers
The 195th meeting between the Chicago Bears and Green Bay Packers will take place tonight on Thursday Night Football. Bears-Packers is always a special matchup but this one has even more at stake than usual. The historic rivalry that began in 1921 is currently tied at 94-94-6. Green Bay last led the series in 1932.... Read more »
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Week 2 NFL Game Preview: Chicago Bears vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Week 2 NFL Game Preview: Chicago Bears vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
After a near upset in Week 1 against Atlanta, the Bears travel to Tampa Bay for the Buccaneers home season opener. Hurricane Irma forced the Tampa Bay-Miami tilt last week to be moved later in the season. The Bucs beat the Bears last season at Raymond James Stadium 36-10. Dating back to 2001, the Bears... Read more »

The Bears go with speed and versatility with Tarik Cohen at No. 119 overall

The Bears go with speed and versatility with Tarik Cohen at No. 119 overall
Running back is a fun position. Bears general manager Ryan Pace certainly loves drafting them. After selecting Jeremy Langford (fourth round) in 2015 and Jordan Howard (fifth round) in 2016, Pace and his staff took another back in the mid-rounds in North Carolina A&T’s Tarik Cohen on Saturday with the No. 119th pick. Cohen, an... Read more »

What to watch for in the Bears' season finale in Minnesota

What to watch for in the Bears' season finale in Minnesota
I’m not quite sure what Alshon Jeffery and Charles Leno Jr. are doing in the photo above, but on Sunday the Bears have to know what is at a stake. Obviously, the year is nearly over and the season is about to wrap up for the 3-12 Bears. But jobs are on the line for... Read more »
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What to watch for in Bears Christmas Eve tilt with Washington

What to watch for in Bears Christmas Eve tilt with Washington
The Bears have very little to play for at 3-11 on Saturday against the visiting Washington Redskins. Washington (7-6-1) sits one game out of the sixth seed and needs a win and losses from Green Bay and Tampa Bay this weekend to stay in the playoff hunt. Regardless, there is football to be played for... Read more »

The snow brings out Bears football as they dominate San Francisco

The snow brings out Bears football as they dominate San Francisco
Trailing the 49ers 6-0 with under two minutes left in the second quarter, the Bears finally let quarterback Matt Barkley loose in the snow. Prior to that drive, he had yet to complete a pass. However, Barkley completed 4-of-5 passes for 64 yards as Jordan Howard powered in for a one-yard score. The Bears scored... 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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The Bears do just about everything wrong in loss to Tampa Bay

The Bears do just about everything wrong in loss to Tampa Bay
To sum up Sunday’s game for the Bears with one word, that would be – brutal. A match up with NFC foe Tampa Bay came after the Bears had 12 days between their last game, a win over Minnesota and a bye week. The 4-5 Buccaneers soundly beat the Bears, 36-10 despite two fill-ins along... Read more »