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Tribune staff reporterA Bears team whose playoff possibilities seemed limitless less than two weeks ago continued its free fall to oblivion Sunday night with a galling 31-28 overtime loss to the Cincinnati Bengals. "That hurts," said Bears coach Mike Ditka, wincing as the...
Tribune staff reporterThe Bears have demonstrated over the last three weeks just how well they respond to adversity. Now, after a bye next weekend, the football world will see how they respond to success. Since starting the season 1-2 and being counted out by many as serious...
Tribune staff reporterThere will be bigger games, in bigger arenas with bigger consequences. But for this Sunday, the Bears' 20-13 victory over the Buffalo Bills was, well, really big. A Soldier Field crowd of 62,406 watched an unpredictable Bears team, which was embarrassed...
Tribune staff reporterThe Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the NFL's antidote for whatever ails your favorite team, helped the Bears out of their malaise Sunday at Soldier Field. The Bears, now 1-2, took advantage of virtually every opportunity the winless Bucs provided them en route to...
Tribune pro football reporterThe AFC West is having trouble getting jump-started. The Oakland Raiders, who won it last year, staged a walkout during a preseason rules session with NFL officials in protest of the infamous "tuck rule" that knocked them from the playoffs in New...
Tags: Rich Gannon, Veterans Affairs, Defense, Jon Gruden, Jerry Porter
Tribune pro football reporterBill Romanowski, 36, was deemed too old for the Broncos, just right for the Raiders. He's one of the Raiders' almost-over-if-not-already-over-the-hill gang. The Raiders spent seven No. 1 draft choices on defensive players in the '90s and have only...
Tags: Ian Gold, Mike Jones, Al Davis, John Parrella, Sports
Tribune staff reporterSo this is how it ends: in the mud, in distress, in a California fog. The Bears, 17-point underdogs going into Saturday's second-round NFC playoff game, had their lunch handed to them Saturday-a five-star San Francisco treat. A mere 17-point loss would...
Tribune staff reporterThere are desperate times, in life, when we all have to decide whether to go for it on fourth down. Bears partisans must grant coach/philosopher Mike Ditka the strength of that conviction. However, as the underdog Bears attempted to extend their playoff...
Tribune staff reporterSit back and get comfortable. The Bears appear determined to take their fans on an emotional National Football Conference Central Division title drive-an excursion that appeared improbable just two weeks ago. A 17-6 upset Sunday over the previously...
ChicagoSports.comThe Bears aren’t playing the Super Bowl, but what's happening in San Diego still involves Chicago. For example, did you know that the Raiders have a couple of Brian Piccolo award winners? And that the only school with more players on the Tampa Bay roster...
Tribune staff reporterThe Bears' preseason was not an apparition after all. The lack of offense so apparent in those four preliminary exercises and, to a lesser extent, in the opening-day loss to the New York Giants has grown uglier than moldy bread. Sunday's 10-7 loss to...
Tribune staff reporterAnd now the chase is on. Believe it or not. The Bears may not remain in the running for a division title until the final game of the season like baseball's San Francisco Giants, but they certainly have caught Chicago's attention the last two weeks....
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