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Lovie Smith was wrong. About being wrong, that is. The situation: The Bears had a seven-point lead and were faced with a fourth-and-half-a-yard to go on the Seahawks' 15 on their first possession of the second quarter. To the delight of the...
As shaken Seahawks wide receiver Sidney Rice lay flat on his back in the end zone after scoring the winning touchdown Sunday in Seattle's 23-17 overtime victory over the Bears, fans gave him a warped welcome to the southeast corner of Soldier Field....
Tags: Sports, Chicago Bears, Sidney Rice, Major Wright, Russell Wilson
So, let me get this right: The Bears are supposed to follow a guy reduced to tears? The Bears, I’m talking. The Chicago Bears. You remember them: They used to be tough. Now, after yet another loss to a better team and a better organization, they...
Tags: NFL Pro Bowl, NFC North, Mike Tice, Sports, Chicago Bears
For a guy who comes across as a button-down football conservative, Bears general manager Phil Emery continues to take bold risks that defined his first year on the job. For such a humble man, Emery sure seems intent on proving he is the smartest guy in...
If the Packers take away Brandon Marshall as effectively as they did in their September matchup, and the Bears stay true to character, there is no chance the Bears will score enough points to win Sunday. That is the reality of their offense. So when...
Isn’t this where we came in with the Bears almost six months ago? Brian Urlacher was coming back from a knee injury suffered in the final game of last season. His status and abilities were in question as he missed chunks of training camp reps....
CHICAGO (AP) — The Bears hired Montreal Alouettes coach Marc Trestman on Wednesday to replace the fired Lovie Smith, hoping he can get the most out of quarterback Jay Cutler and make Chicago a playoff team on a consistent basis. It's the first...
In the event Marc Trestman and Jay Cutler do not always speak the same language, the Bears have hired a translator. We can be assured Matt Cavanaugh can converse in Trestmanish as well as Cutlerese. What's more, he presumably understands whatever sign...
You never heard anybody at Halas Hall call Packers general manager Ted Thompson an idiot. Nor will you, no matter how voluble or volatile the Bears-Packers rivalry became this week. That would be disparaging the man whose plan the Bears want to copy....
You know what happened last weekend? Quarterbacking happened, that’s what. Offense happened. Points happened. You know what else happened? Yet another example of how far the Bears' offense is from being championship-worthy, that’s...
Tags: Matt Ryan, Phil Emery, Sports, Chicago Bears, Brandon Marshall
After another miserable performance against the Packers on Sunday, Brandon Marshall said everyone on offense must be accountable, “even if that means jobs.’’ A day after his team lost for the fifth time in six games, Bears coach...
Tags: Mike Tice, Sports, Chicago Bears, Football, Brandon Marshall
"Change isn’t always bad," Jay Cutler was saying Monday shortly after the Chicago Bears whacked Lovie Smith. Wait, Cutler said that? Cutler said change isn’t always bad? The guy who seemed annoyed that he has had a different offensive...
Tags: Phil Emery, Sports, Chicago Bears, Football, Kellen Davis
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