Giving Jay Cutler ample time is a top priority for Chicago.
Also, Marc Trestman lauded Devin Hester for his record-breaking performance Thursday.
Chicago continues to battle a rash of injuries on both sides of the ball.
“They’re playmakers,” New York coach Rex Ryan says of Chicago’s receivers.
Laurence Holmes breaks down Chicago’s win and writes of his personal experiences with Peanut Tillman.
Jay Cutler was splendid, but the running game has to get going.
Chicago rallied for a crucial 28-20 win at San Francisco on Sunday night.
From so many perspectives, this Bears win felt like it may have mattered.
Jay Cutler threw four touchdowns, and the defense forced four turnovers.
Bears wide receivers Brandon Marshall and Alshon Jeffery will both be active against the San Francisco 49ers Sunday night. Both were listed as questionable before the game.
Also, offensive linemen Matt Slauson and Roberto Garza will miss Sunday’s game.
Establishing the run takes on more importance Sunday night, Jay Cutler says.
Josh Morgan sat out too, leaving Chicago thin at receiver.
In a corresponding move, linebacker DeDe Lattimore has been released.
Brandon Marshall and Alshon Jeffery are “day-to-day,” Marc Trestman says.
The Bears also really could’ve used Marquess Wilson in Week 1.
Chicago must fix its run defense with more zone read-heavy offenses on the slate.
Two interceptions by Jay Cutler proved oh-so-costly Sunday in a loss to the Bills.
Matt Forte was really good. The pass rush wasn’t.
With what lies ahead, we’ll soon discover what Chicago’s made of.