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Tribune staff reporterNext thing you know, Lucy will be taking her finger off the football just before Charlie Brown attempts a winning kick for the Bears. Life for the Bears this season has been one goofy incident after another. Sunday it was a failed first-and-goal from...
Tribune staff reporterAmateur philosophers and armchair psychologists will look at the Bears' 30-20 loss to the Green Bay Packers on Sunday as somehow emblematic of the entire 2002 season, and they won't be wrong. They had several opportunities to win, made even more...
ChicagoSports.comThe Bears' five-game losing streak has elevated Ted Washington from Pro-Bowl run stuffing tackle to mythic figure. Kind of like Buddha, but 6-5, 365 pounds with a heck of a bull rush. Since Washington went down with a foot injury in Week 2, the Bears...
ChicagoSports.comWith a day to reflect on their thrilling opening day victory, Bears players and coaches sounded a lot like they did after last season's unlikely string of stunners. It's not luck, they insist. Good teams put themselves in positions to win. The Bears...
Tribune staff reporterIt was not an artistic success. But it was a success just the same and as far as the Bears are concerned, that's enough for right now. They made more mistakes than quality plays at several critical points Sunday yet escaped with a 14-13 win over the...
ChicagoSports.comAt this rate, by Week 8 the Bears' defense will consist entirely of backups. Starting tackle Ted Washington went down with an injured ankle in the first half of Sunday's 14-13 victory over Atlanta. Washington joins cornerback R.W. McQuarters (knee) and...
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Tribune staff reporterSometime during the week leading up to their 20-13 victory over the Arizona Cardinals, the Bears took another huge step in what they believe is their evolution as a team. In the not-too-distant past, the Bears hoped to win games like Sunday's. Usually...
Tribune staff reporterInto the arms of Chicago Bears teammate Alex Brown he jumped. Then Paul Edinger disappeared into a mound of Bears mania seconds after kicking a 48-yard field goal as time expired Sunday to give his team a 24-21 comeback victory over the Oakland Raiders at...
Tribune staff reporterAs Bears defensive players huddled on the Chargers' 1-yard line midway through the fourth quarter of a close game Sunday, they felt like they were on familiar ground. And it had nothing to do with the sod being at Soldier Field. The Bears clung...
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