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Tribune staff reporterThe Bears struggled to get out of the regular season and across the Detroit Lions' goal line Sunday. But in the end, they emerged with a 37-17 victory. They even managed to provide some extra entertainment in the form of William Perry's long gallop with...
Tribune staff reporterSoldier Field was transformed into the theater of the bizarre Monday night. Unlikely heroes, unlikely goats, unlikely outcome. The undefeated Bears, all but one nail sealing their coffin, somehow escaped with a chilling 19-13 overtime victory over the...
Tribune staff reporterThey call it "69 double-seam," and Sunday it was a play made to order for the Bears. Jim Harbaugh pump-faked to tight end Cap Boso and lofted a deep sideline pass to running back Neal Anderson, who was flanked wide right. Anderson sprinted 50 yards for a...
Tribune staff reporterThe Bears will discover Thursday the true meaning of Thanksgiving, at least as the holiday applies to the NFC Central Division race. With barely enough time to swallow the stunning 16-13 overtime defeat handed to them Sunday by the opportunistic Miami...
Tribune staff reporterNeeding a victory in the worst way, the Bears made no apology for outkicking and outblocking the Los Angeles Raiders 6-3 Sunday. It meant they will open the National Football Conference playoffs Jan. 9 or 10 in Soldier Field against either New Orleans or...
Tags: Jim McMahon, New York Giants, Football, Jim Harbaugh, Death
Tribune staff reporterThe cold, hard realities of football and life were at once addressed Sunday afternoon on the frozen tundra of Soldier Field. The Bears resurrected the momentum of their remarkable season with a 27-14 defeat of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in front of 46,...
Tags: Vinny Testaverde, Football, Death, Shaun Gayle, Soldier Field
Tribune staff reporterThe Bears headed further south with a season-ending 27-14 loss to the playoff-bound Dallas Cowboys Sunday. Afterward, Bears President Michael McCaskey headed west to southern California for a family vacation, leaving a legion of Bears followers hanging...
Tags: Education, Steve Beuerlein, Football, Jim Harbaugh, Tony Dorsett
Tribune staff reporterThe Bears haven't been fair all season, so why should they start now? The New York Giants were supposed to have a chance Sunday in the National Football Conference semifinal game. They didn't. The Bears won 21-0 with a defense as cold-hearted as the...
Tags: Jim McMahon, New York Giants, Football, Death, Lawrence Taylor
Tribune staff reporterTwo stunning hits shaped the Bears' 12-10 victory over the Green Bay Packers Sunday and reflected the intensity of a pro football rivalry that is at once ugly and beautiful. The first was a blatant foul in the second quarter by Packer nose tackle Charles...
Tribune staff reporterThe Bears were at their Monday night worst in a 27-7 loss to the Cleveland Browns, failing miserably in front of a national television audience and 78,722 fans at Municipal Stadium. Losing their third straight game for the first time under Mike Ditka,...
Tribune staff reporterDon't you just hate it when someone tells you how a movie is going to end when you're only halfway through watching it? That's the feeling unrequited Bears fans had Monday night after watching the Minnesota Vikings virtually write the second-half...
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