Mike Ditka is weighing in on Jay Cutler, the new coach of the Bears, football concussions and kids, and even Chicago politics. He talked with reporters, including CBS 2’s Mike Parker.
CBS 2’s Jim Williams reports Bears enthusiasts were glad that team owners began to make sweeping changes by firing General Manager Phil Emery and Coach Marc Trestman.
Swift action ensued after the teams matriarch made her feelings known.
OFFENSE: STAYING AHEAD OF THE CHAINS Digging out of trouble in terms of down and distance and field position has been one of the biggest challenges for the Bears offense this season—when first and ten […]
Its conflicting to be a Bears fan right now.
If this isn’t enough, what does enough look like?
There’s no accountability on a Bears squad that’s now an also-ran at 3-5.
Also, Jon Bostic is doubtful, and Jordan Mills is questionable.
“The only thing I regret is that the door wasn’t closed,” Brandon Marshall says.
Marc Trestman called Kyle Fuller “day-to-day” with a hip pointer and broken hand.
Chicago is 3-4, with little consistency or direction.
Miami ranks third in the NFL in yards per rush.
Here’s what the guys are tracking for fun in Sunday’s game.
The Bears’ starting offensive line practiced together for the first time since Week 1.
No Bears returner has brought the ball past the 18-yard line. Why do they keep trying?
Also, the Bears are resting Matt Forte on Wednesdays because of his heavy workload.
Charles Tillman believes he’ll play next season despite his current injury problems.
The NFL has reportedly disciplined Mundy with a fine of $22,500.
Plus, more on linebacker Darryl Sharpton, who only knows how to play at one speed.
“We had to have that one,” Ryan Mundy said.