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Q The Bears are not going anywhere with Jim Miller at quarterback. Even when they were 13-3 last season, it was clear teams such as the Eagles with Donovan McNabb and the Packers with Brett Favre had a distinct advantage. When will the Bears wise up and...
ChicagoSports.comThe Bears, remember them? It seems like ages ago since that Monday night pasting by the Packers. In reality it was only two weeks ago and the Bears and their fans have had the bye week to either dwell on it or forget about it. This week it's the Lions,...
Tags: Football, Phillip Daniels, Paul Edinger, John Elway, Brett Favre
Tribune staff reporterWith his arms extended and his palms facing the sky, quarterback Chris Chandler made the universal signal for "huh?" as he looked toward the Bears' sideline. Seven seconds remained in Sunday's 23-21 loss to the St. Louis Rams, and the Bears had run out...
Tribune staff reporterThey made a contest of it. On a nationally televised Sunday night with their peers presumably watching, it seemed that was all the Bears were capable of doing. Avoid colossal embarrassment. Perhaps regain some lost respectability. But win? Against an...
Tribune staff reporterThe biggest stories of the Bears' 24-14 loss Sunday to the Carolina Panthers was their improved draft position and switching from a second-string quarterback to the third-stringer. Those will have to pass for big news at this point in a 4-11 season....
Tribune staff reporterWhile wide receiver Marcus Robinson was earning a standing ovation from the crowd of 36,535 Friday for his first touchdown catch of the exhibition season, the Bears were giving their strongest sign yet they are just about ready for the regular season to...
Tribune staff reporterThe game plan was simple and one the Bears had talked about all week: Jump out on the vulnerable Detroit Lions early and the Lions would shut down, as a lot of one-win teams would do at this time of a lost season. The Bears did exactly what they wanted...
Q Why did the Bears line up Brian Urlacher as a wide receiver on that two-point conversion in the first half? A The Bears tried to get fancy with a special-teams formation. Following their second touchdown, the Bears lined up as if to attempt a two-...
Tribune staff reporterWalking slowly off the field Sunday at 3Com Park after the Bears' humbling 49-7 loss to the 49ers, Brian Urlacher seldom looked up and never removed his helmet. His team didn't show up during the game, and Urlacher felt ashamed to show his face after it....
Tribune staff reporterIf the Bears offense were your blind date, it would be described as looking fairly plain but possessing a great personality. Wide receiver David Terrell—with his game-winning touchdown catch and fence-leaping celebration—was all the personality this...
Tags: Minnesota Vikings, Chicago Bears, Football, Sports, Jim Miller
Tribune staff reporterDetails, details. If it's the new code word for bad habits that characterize losing teams, then at least that explained why it came out of the mouth of every Bear who chose to open his after Sunday's 33-27 overtime loss to Buffalo. Does a penalty on...
Tags: Football, Chicago Bears, Phillip Daniels, Movies, Ted Washington
Tribune staff reporterThe Bears saw some things they wanted to see and a few they didn't want to see in their final exhibition game, a 24-22 loss to the Miami Dolphins before an announced crowd of 57,113 Thursday night at Pro Player Stadium. The Dolphins scored on three of...
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