“It was frustration coming out,” Jay Cutler says of Brandon Marshall’s emotional postgame outburst.
The money may say the offense should run through the right arm of Cutler, but the numbers suggest otherwise.
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Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski’s recent play shows he’s once again a coverage mismatch.
“Jay didn’t make any wrong decisions,” Bears coach Marc Trestman says.
The topic of leadership was the theme at Halas Hall on Wednesday.
Chris Conte was a full participant, suggesting he’ll be ready to play Sunday.
The Patriots aren’t as dominant as they’ve been in the past, but they’re still a very dangerous team.
“The only thing I regret is that the door wasn’t closed,” Brandon Marshall says.
Bears safety Brock Vereen will face older brother Shane, a Patriots running back, this Sunday.
“No one inside or outside of our organization is happy with our current record,” Emery says.
It can’t get worse for Chicago, so what’s the worst that can happen with Brandon Marshall speaking up?
No one seems to have the answers for the struggling Bears.
It’s time to deflate some of those opinions.
Marc Trestman explains Sunday’s curious decisions and confusion.
Marc Trestman called Kyle Fuller “day-to-day” with a hip pointer and broken hand.
Chicago is now 0-4 when Jay Cutler commits a turnover.
The Bears’ worst enemy right now seems to be themselves.
Once again, the Bears came up short when the stakes were high.
“We got to convert on third down,” Marc Trestman says.