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Tribune staff reporterDez White posted the first two-touchdown game of his three-year career Sunday and did it with a little bit of schoolyard flair. White's 76-yard touchdown pass from Chris Chandler on the game's second play was little more than a "run-and-get-open play,...
Tribune staff reporterThe Bears left Sunday's game against Washington with a 20-15 victory that ended the Redskins' playoff plans and improved their own. But besides the win, they also wanted to make the next statement in their playoff season. In the fourth quarter, they...
Tribune staff reporterThe teams were a study in contrast, both on and off the field Sunday in the Bears' 13-6 victory over the Minnesota Vikings. The usually demonstrative Vikings were morose as they trudged up the hallway of the Metrodome to their locker room. They had...
Tags: Football, Chicago Bears, Randy Moss, Leon Johnson, Gary Anderson
Tribune staff reporterEver since training camp the Bears' goal was simple: win the NFC Central Division and then worry about what happens next. Sunday the Bears achieved that goal and then some, trampling the Jacksonville Jaguars 33-13 to clinch their first division title...
Tribune staff reporterThe Bears have done a lot of things to help themselves to the best record in the NFC. Now they have opponents finding unlikely ways to help them too. Sunday it was two-time Pro Bowl kicker Jason Hanson missing three field goals in one game for the...
Tribune staff reporterAside from Paul Edinger and R.W. McQuarters assuring themselves a standing reservation in any of St. Louis' finest restaurants and at least one kitchen table, it's impossible to determine immediately the effect of the Bears' season-ending victory over...
Tribune staff reporterThe Bears lost Sunday. And lost. And lost. And lost. They lost a game 17-7 to the Green Bay Packers. They lost their lead in the NFC Central Division and are tied with the Packers at 9-3 overall, but they trail their traditional rivals because they...
Tribune staff reporterImmediately, cornerback Charles Tillman sprinted over to hug quarterback Rex Grossman on the Bears' sideline, the "Peanut" and the prodigy celebrating what the franchise expects to be the first of many victories they conspire to produce. "We're tight,"...
Tags: Football, Chicago Bears, Ken Irvin, Randy Moss, Soldier Field
Tribune staff reporterWith their 27-24 victory over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday, the Bears answered some questions, specifically about their offense but more generally about themselves. They had not played particularly well the previous three weeks, escaping with...
Tribune staff reporterNo kids in Chicago enjoyed Halloween night more than the Bears' rookies. Rookie Nathan Vasher clinched a 23-13 victory over the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday night at Soldier Field with a thrilling 71-yard interception return for a touchdown with 3...
Tribune staff reporterConsidering that both teams had little to play for--the Central Division rivalry angle is wearing paper-thin and the game was a dud--it's tough to imagine a national television audience hanging in with the Bears and Packers on Sunday night. Any of the...
Tags: Football, Cade McNown, Bubba Franks, Casey Wiegmann, Brett Favre
Tribune staff reporterThe Bears needed Sunday's 27-23 comeback win over the Minnesota Vikings. They needed it in a lot of ways. They needed a win to open the season. They needed a win over an NFC North Division and conference opponent. And they perhaps needed to get their...
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