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Tribune reporterMINNEAPOLIS -- The Bears solved a few problems Sunday in their 36-10 loss to the Vikings. Instead of playing poorly in the first quarter, they played poorly in the second quarter -- giving up 24 points. Instead of overthrowing receivers on sure...
Tribune reporterATLANTA -- Before the Bears played the Falcons, much of the talk centered on what a formidable opponent the Falcons would be. In the meantime, everyone forgot about the opponent within. The Bears had three turnovers and nine penalties, and ultimately...
Tags: Orlando Pace, Johnny Knox, Greg Olsen, Football, Sports
Got a question for Dan? Email him at firstname.lastname@example.org I've known Mike Singletary for about a quarter of a century, and I believe beating the Bears in his first attempt as a head coach would be a special accomplishment for him--regardless of what he...
Tribune reporterGREEN BAY -- The Bears lost a game. They lost ground in the NFC North. They may have lost some key players. They lost their officiating challenges. And they lost an air of confidence, if not a slice of hope. Other than that, the Bears' 21-15 loss to...
Tags: Jay Cutler, Al Afalava, Johnny Knox, Al Harris, Football
Tribune reporterORCHARD PARK, N.Y. -- The Jay Cutler Era in Chicago all but started with a thud. The Bears' 27-20 loss to the Bills in their exhibition opener Saturday night was supposed to be a sneak peak of what type of firepower Cutler would inject into the offense....
Chicago Breaking SportsBy Brad BiggsSo much for the Bears taking veteran Nathan Vasher to training camp to see if they finally could get a return on the rich contract they gave him in the summer of 2007.Less than 24 hours after signing veteran cornerback Tim Jennings to a two-...
Tribune staff reporterIt's not a pattern the Bears want to establish going into the regular season, but the defense picked up the slack as the offense struggled Saturday night. Brandon Coutu's fifth field goal of the game gave the Seattle Seahawks a 29-26 win in overtime, but...
Tribune staff reporterThis city is where NFL immortals live forever and where the 2005 edition of "Monday Night Football" began with the annual Hall of Fame Game. That's a lot of greatness and tradition for a Bears franchise that is familiar with those concepts, even if it...
Tribune staff reporterCharles Tillman comes from Copperas Cove, Texas, which has a population of 29,000, roughly the size of a lot of Chicago suburbs. He played well enough at Louisiana-Lafayette for the Bears to pick him in the second round of the 2003 NFL draft, after they...
Tribune staff reporterBears defensive backs Ricky Manning Jr. and Adam Archuleta looked at each other dumbfounded, wondering how Cowboys running back Marion Barber III had slid through them for a 10-yard third-quarter touchdown. "I don't know, I think maybe Ricky and I hit...
Tribune staff reporterAs Seahawks defensive end Darryl Tapp recovered a fourth-quarter Rex Grossman fumble, Bears fullback Jason McKie remained on his knees a few feet away from the play, agonizing over another squandered opportunity. "I was just [mad]," McKie said. "I don'...
Even everybody at Halas Hall can agree that whoever plays quarterback probably wouldn't matter much Sunday against the Seahawks without the Bears defense re-emerging to give up an average of 13 points the past three games. And that's no lie. Three...
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