Dan Durkin became CBSChicago.com’s lead Bears reporter in August 2014 after being an NFL columnist for the site for three years. Durkin originally joined the company after finishing runner-up in the 2011 Pepsi Max Score Search. He’s a graduate of the University of Illinois, where he was a member of the men’s football team (despite his best efforts to join the women’s team). You can follow Dan on Twitter @djdurkin.
The Jermon Bushrod-Everson Griffen matchup will be key.
“We have to get better, I have to get better,” Jay Cutler says.
Nothing is official yet, but everything points to Marquess Wilson’s return.
Through nine games, Minnesota has the third-most sacks in the league.
“I don’t feel any pressure other than what I put on myself,” Mel Tucker says.
Plus, Jared Allen and Lance Briggs respond to the noise surrounding Mel Tucker’s job security.
There’s hope in Minnesota with Teddy Bridgewater and a young defense is blossoming under Mike Zimmer.
With two upcoming, winnable games at home, the time is now for Cutler to step up.
“We blew some coverages on the back end starting with myself,” Jennings said.
From the very top of the organization to the 53rd player on the roster, the Bears are broken.
Bennett had his best game of the season against the Packers back in Week 4.
It’s not a stretch to say the Bears season is on the line heading into Lambeau.
Both the Bears and Packers are dealing with injuries along the offensive line.
The Jordy Nelson-Kyle Fuller matchup will be key.
Martellus Bennett was limited at Thursday’s practice with a rib injury.
Forte knows the Bears need to run the football Sunday night to beat the Packers.
Jordy Nelson is a coverage-dictating receiver for the Packers who takes two defenders to slow.
Also, Jordan Mills was back at his customary right tackle spot Wednesday.
“I understand this is probably my last year as a Chicago Bear,” Lance Briggs says.
“The support in this building has been outstanding,” Bears coach Marc Trestman said