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Tribune staff reporterPacker fans give no indication when it's over. They don't jeer any louder. And they don't head for the exits. They could have revved up the RV's with six minutes remaining in Green Bay's 28-17 victory over the Bears Sunday, and maybe saved themselves a...
Tribune staff reporterIt began with a fumble and somehow got worse. It ended with a touchdown that did not make it better. The Bears were trounced by the New Orleans Saints 31-21 Saturday night on a succession of misplays and penalties, not to mention big-play vulnerability...
Tags: Sports, Todd Perry, Chicago Bears, Walt Harris, Curtis Conway
Tribune staff reporterHis voice grew louder as he tried to drive his point across, and all around him the Bears dressing room grew just a little quieter. Bryan Cox was not issuing a challenge Sunday, he was leveling a charge, one as serious as any athlete can make, and a team'...
Tribune staff reporterThere is no telling the kind of free-fall a defeat could have generated. No telling the kind of damage to the Bears' psyche, the loss of confidence and the self-doubt that could have resulted had several improbable events not occurred in the Metrodome...
Tribune staff reporterThe thought that occurs to them now is that this thing is finally getting to be fun, a warm, almost overpowering emotion exceeded only by the sinking realization that this thing is also almost over. Talk about your major dampers. An otherwise...
Tags: Sports, Chicago Bears, Soldier Field, Junior Seau, Curtis Conway
Tribune staff reporterThis time, the clock swallowed up the Bears at midfield before their offense could stall at the goal line. Looking on the bright side, it saved them the agony of dwelling on the fact that their offense can't punch it in, leaving them only to ponder where...
Tribune staff reporterYou know you have a problem when three games into the season, your punter is your most valuable player. When two losses create a hole that already seems insurmountable. And when you look around the locker room and have to wonder not so much how to...
Tribune staff reporterThere was something for everyone Sunday at Soldier Field. For the nostalgia buffs, there were the reassuring sights of quarterback Erik Kramer calmly directing the offense and tight end Keith Jennings in the end zone. For the optimists, there was punter...
Tribune staff reporterThey no longer claim to be Super Bowl contenders. Nor do they pretend that their football survival is anything more than a week-to-week proposition. They do, however, cling to the notion that anything is still possible, and for one more week at least,...
Tribune staff reporterIt's called rationalization, and at this, the Bears are terrific. They may, in fact, lead the league. At this point, they say what they must, hear what they want, and after losing their last three games, do what they have to do. Abandoning the season...
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