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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 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...
Tribune staff reporterHalfway through the season and we're suddenly talking disparity, not parity in the National Football Conference Central Division. The rampaging Bears, 31-21 winners over the Phoenix Cardinals Sunday, are threatening to pull away from the pack of...
Tribune staff reporterThe Bears were exposed Monday night as the decidedly mediocre team most observers projected them to be this season. Flailing away on offense, the Bears dropped passes, bungled blocking assignments, served up interceptions and failed miserably to...
Tribune staff reporterIt was neither a thing of beauty nor a monstrosity. It was something in the middle. And, after all, that is where most folks figure the Bears to finish this season. But for opening day at Soldier Field, the Bears could not have done much more to energize...
Tribune staff reporterSudden death has given sudden life to the Minnesota Vikings' playoff chances. Two plays after the Bears' Kevin Butler missed a 40-yard field goal attempt in overtime, the Vikings' Warren Moon passed 65 yards to Cris Carter for a touchdown and an...
Tribune staff reporterThe Bears reduced their magic number Sunday while starring in one marvelous highlight film. Fast-forward your VCR to the fourth quarter of the Bears-Vikings game and save it for your archives. Check out two of the three touchdowns scored by Neal...
Tribune staff writerTheir homework is done, and the Bears still can't go out to play the way they would like. They are ready to graduate, and school isn't over yet. They almost called in sick Sunday before realizing the rules require a 16-game workload. So as long as class...
Tags: Health, Soldier Field, Walter Payton, New York Jets, Dan Marino
Tribune staff reporterThe Bears streeeeeetched their offensive imagination Sunday, piling up as many points as needed in a scintillating 47-27 shootout under the Silverdome bigtop. The winless Detroit Lions managed to stretch the Bears' defense for three quarters with their...
Tribune staff reporterThe Bears, like the playoff-bound Cubs, will take four straight anytime. Unbeaten, untied and perhaps untouchable, the Bears rolled to a 13-0 halftime lead and held on to topple the defending NFC East champion Philadelphia Eagles 27-13 Monday night at...
Tribune staff reporterSecond-half adversity visited the Bears once again Sunday. But instead of inviting the evil stranger into their humble Soldier Field home, the Bears slammed the door on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers with a 31-14 victory. The Bears led 21-7 late in the...
Tribune staff reporterIf you're scoring at home, the Bears wound up their preseason with a 2-2 record. But questions remain as they head into the regular season next Sunday against the Cincinnati Bengals. In what resembled an old American Football League scoring...
Tags: Mike Ditka, Jim Harbaugh, Mike Haynes, Chicago Bears, Sports
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