Time-travel stories never really work, upon inspection.
The Giants are the equivalent of 500 milligrams of Aleve – if you can get past what they might do to your stomach, you end up feeling somewhat better for a little while.
Brandon Marshall is living a conundrum. If that’s possible, he’s doing it.
The Bears had to fit three days of work into a nine-hour work day Tuesday as they prepare for Thursday night’s game against the Giants at Soldier Field.
Against teams like New Orleans, mistakes can be magnified.
The Bears’ offensive numbers Sunday are little confusing.
There’s a thin line between winning and losing in the NFL.
Let’s pop open that “toolbox of concepts” you describe, and pull out the magic wrench that tightens this thing up.
The Bears were rolling along with three straight wins to start the season, sending hopes soaring around Chicago.
After three efficient performances, quarterback Jay Cutler took a step back in the Bears first loss of the 2013 season.
Reggie Bush’s 37-yard touchdown run helped Detroit score 27 points in the second quarter and he accounted for 173 yards of offense to help the Lions beat the Chicago Bears 40-32 on Sunday.
Bears coach Marc Trestman said the team’s game-winning touchdown drive against the Vikings on Sunday “couldn’t have been better,” but there are definitely improvements the team needs to make going forward.
Jay Cutler threw a 16-yard touchdown pass to Martellus Bennett with 10 seconds left to lead the Chicago Bears to a 31-30 victory over the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday.
Regardless of any possible clinical reason for Marshall’s diva turn, it does raise concerns.
With the Bears season opener just over a week away, CBS Chicago and WBBM Newsradio bring you Jeff Joniak’s first journal of the 2013-14 season.
The light goes on at different times for players.
When Jay Cutler dropped back on the second play of a two-minute drill Monday and threw a 30-yard dart to the end zone, most would have expected to see Brandon Marshall or Alshon Jeffery pulling the ball into their arms for the touchdown.
Can the Bears stay healthy enough at wide receiver?
Mandatory minicamp kicks off for the Bears today, yet another sign that football is right around the corner. This is the first in a two-part series, taking a look at the Bears roster by position group. Offense is up first.
While the Bears’ offense won’t try to tell you it had a great performance Sunday at Ford Field in a 26-24 win over the Lions, there was one encouraging sign: