I have a dilemma that I think speaks to many fantasy teams out there.
Rushing Cutler back before he was ready was the mark of an insecure and immature coach.
Josh McCown is set to start his second game of the season for the Bears this Sunday.
Anybody involved in the Bears’ efforts to run the ball can wear this one.
Just six days ago, Bears head coach Marc Trestman was the toast of the town after a gutsy 4th-and-1 conversion that helped seal a victory against the Green Bay Packers.
Nine weeks into the season, there have been several notable turnarounds.
By Jeff Joniak- OFFENSE: RESILIENCY Josh McCown ran the Bears offense beautifully over the last six quarters and earned team-wide praise for it. However, Jay Cutler is cleared to return and will start against […]
I’d be a hypocrite if I called for Incognito to be denied work in a trade that he has skill for.
Shea McClellin is the leading tackler, top sacker, and tops in disruptive plays through the first half of the season on the defensive line.
Jay Cutler and Kristin Cavallari were supposed to spend the bye week at their home in Nashville.
These projections aren’t perfect, but they are illustrative and worth discussing
If I could be like Mike…
No Thibodeau-coached team is allowed to be beaten at its own game.
Talk about an inferiority complex.
No one talks about the long snapper until he gets hurt.
Marc Trestman had a clear message for his new football team.
If the Bears find themselves still playing football next January, their conversion on a 4th-and-inches at their own 33-yard line against the Packers may have been the on-ramp in their road to the playoffs.
The Bears did not practice Wednesday, but if they had, Jay Cutler would have returned on a limited basis.
It’s Week 10, and for those teams securely in the playoffs, you have much work to do to ensure you do not go one and done.
And why doesn’t Richie Incognito like himself? Why is he obviously such a screwed up individual?