Sunday was a workman-like win for Chicago, which was a step in the right direction.
Chicago beat an inferior opponent at home, which is what teams are supposed to do.
One Bear you can always count on? Matt Forte, through good times and bad.
Other than a few curious plays, there was a lot to like about the Bears on Sunday, Greg Gabriel writes.
“We realized we have a better team in that locker room than we are playing with,” Jay Cutler says.
Jay Cutler threw for 330 yards and three touchdowns, and the Bears won for just the second time in seven games.
There’s so much to consider with this mess that the Bears have become.
This is what happens when you’re a 3-5 football team.
No one seems to have the answers for the struggling Bears.
Marc Trestman explains Sunday’s curious decisions and confusion.
The Bears’ worst enemy right now seems to be themselves.
Ryan Tannehill threw for 277 yards and two touchdowns in an efficient performance.
Sunday’s matchup against the Dolphins will be a true test for the Bears’ run defense.
We take an All-22 look at the Bears’ trips bunch verticals scheme.
Chicago more than quadrupled its playoff chances by leaving Atlanta with a win.
A win in Atlanta was the most complete game Chicago has played all season.
Chicago now has 750 overall wins, still the most in NFL history.
Chicago is 3-0 when Jay Cutler doesn’t throw an interception.
Jay Cutler threw for 381 yards and a touchdown, and Matt Forte ran for two second-half scores.
“We have all the talent in the world, we shouldn’t be sitting at 2-3,” Brandon Marshall says.