Ahh, just priceless timing.
An NFL player can’t be concerned with his wellness to perform his best.
Well, this is a fun subplot in all the Bears drama.
There really aren’t any good options for the Bears right now.
Firing everyone with football operations input is the only move that makes sense for the Bears.
Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler will be benched for the team’s Week 16 game against the Detroit Lions, according to a report by ESPN’s Adam Schefter.
The draft only goes 20 players deep because, really, there’s not much more worthwhile talent.
“I can’t hide from that,” Marc Trestman says in one of his more introspective moments.
“I didn’t sign up to be 5-9,” Trestman says.
“We’d have some problems” if a coach did that in Green Bay, Aaron Rodgers says.
A sign at a suburban company suggests a better CIA torture method, and it just might work: Force the suspects to watch a Bears game.
The Bears don’t utilize a “top-down” leadership structure.
Despite multiple injuries and concussions, Chris Conte isn’t giving football a second thought.
No matter what happens from this point forward, the Detroit Lions are clearly an improved team over previous editions.
The Chiefs appeared to be on their way to a surprising run at midseason, but their inability to develop a consistent downfield passing game derailed the Kansas City express.
The media may be Cutler’s best friend, sad as it sounds.
While both teams have been miserable this season, this game will have a huge influence on the outcome of the NFC South Division.
The Chargers are depending on Philip Rivers to be at his best so they can compete on the road against a team that is clearly disappointed in the way it has played this season, but one that should have enough pride to play a competitive game here.
After their loss to the Dallas Cowboys in Week 15, the Eagles can’t afford to feel sorry for themselves against the Redskins with the season in deep stretch and homefield advantage in the playoffs a major concern.
Zach Mettenberger’s shoulder injury is a big step back for the Titans, because he appeared to have the arm strength to deliver the ball with consistency, even if he lacked escapability from the pocket.
Patrick Sharp stops by The Score with the Stanley Cup – July 2, 2013 (photo by Nate Azark)
Photos from the 2013 NFL Pro Bowl in Honolulu, Hawaii.
Photos of the NFC and AFC Championship games.
Maybe you missed some of this past week’s football action. Here’s a quick recap of the Divisional playoff games in the NFL.
Maybe you missed some of this past week’s football action. Here’s a quick recap of the Wild Card playoff games in the NFL.
It’s hard to follow every team in the NFL, as much as we’d like to. Here’s recap of the 2012 season.