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Instead of watching the Packers in a wild-card playoff game Saturday night, you could have been watching the Bears. All the Bears needed to still be playing was for the Packers to beat the Vikings on Sunday when they were three-point favorites. How...
It's rare that a game's first play from scrimmage is the most critical, but it sure seemed that way in Minneapolis on Sunday. Many Bears had a chance to stop or at least slow Adrian Peterson on his 51-yard run. Defensive end Corey Wootton had...
It didn't take Aaron Rodgers long to notice Tim Jennings wasn't playing. The Packers quarterback went at Jennings' replacement at left cornerback, Kelvin Hayden, and Hayden's replacement at nickel back, D.J. Moore, repeatedly. Neither made a play in...
Phil Emery has spent so much of his NFL career in the shadows you can't help but wonder just what to expect from him now that his time in the spotlight draws near. The Bears general manager, sold as a relentless man, finally will begin to unveil his...
The Bears and offensive coordinator Mike Tice will have to work hard Sunday to mix Brandon Marshall's pre-snap alignments versus the Packers' 2-Man coverage. Think of matchups that target the two-deep, man-under defense and provide quarterback Jay...
During the fourth quarter of Sunday's 28-10 victory over the Vikings at Soldier Field, Jay Cutler noticed left tackle J'Marcus Webb's loose shoelace. Webb must have been too busy protecting Cutler's blind side to see his cleat had become untied. There...
Tags: Men's Health, Sports, Kellen Davis, Jay Cutler, Super Bowl
When the Bears see the Vikings offense Sunday with Matt Kalil lined up at left tackle, they have to be envious. The rookie has been playing great ball, Pro Bowl-level ball, and it appears the Vikings have found a long-term answer at one of the NFL's...
The initial exhibition game on the NFL schedule should be viewed as an extension of training camp in the evaluation process, a "scrimmage" in which established vets run their base schemes and rookies see the majority of the reps against pro competition...
Tags: Sports, Jay Cutler, Alshon Jeffery, Chicago Bears, Michael Bush
Chris Williams never was going to be the next Jim Covert. But he didn't have to be the next Stan Thomas, either. He could have been the next Ted Albrecht. And given the fact that he is big, relatively young at 27, bright, hard working and moderately...
Tags: Sam Baker, Sports, Chicago Bears, Football, Gosder Cherilus
In retrospect the question was more rhetorical than anything, a reaction that popped into my head late Monday night as Lovie Smith tried processing the punishment the 49ers had just inflicted on the Bears. What makes you think the offensive line will...
Tags: Jason Campbell, Sports, Caleb Hanie, Super Bowl, Jay Cutler
When push comes to shove, Jay Cutler and J'Marcus Webb should settle their differences away from the prying eyes of a national television audience. Cutler's most recent public display of dissatisfaction has Bears fans and the rest of the NFL talking...
BOURBONNAIS — Watching the Bears open camp Thursday, I have some questions about player development, scheme and competition on Lovie Smith's roster. Here are 10 things to focus on through the exhibition schedule. • There is no question Devin...
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