Brad Biggs

Chicago Bears Helmet

Report: Bears Sign Punter McGee

Chicago Bears’ punter Brad Maynard is one of 14 players on last year’s roster who will become unrestricted free agents. If Maynard doesn’t return the Bears may have just signed his replacement.

02/09/2011

Olin Kreutz

Re-Signing Olin Kreutz Should Be Priority

This will be one of the more interesting NFL offseasons in recent memory. Not only will there be roughly double the free agents as normal, but the negotiations between the NFL and NFL Players Union could save or doom the 2011 season.

01/27/2011

Brian Urlacher

Biggs: Bears-Seahawks Won’t Be That Close

Just two days away from the Bears’ first playoff game since losing in the Super Bowl four years ago, it’s about time to look ahead and predict the outcome of the Bears-Seahawks game.

670 The Score–01/14/2011

Brian Urlacher

Hall Of Fame Worthy Bears?

Brian Urlacher, Devin Hester, Julius Peppers and Lance Briggs were all named to the Pro-Bowl this season. But is there a bigger honor awaiting these players once their careers are over?

670 The Score–01/07/2011

Brian Urlacher

Just Getting To Playoffs Isn’t Good Enough

For the first time since losing the Super Bowl, the Chicago Bears are in the playoffs. But just how far do they need to go to meet their new expectations?

670 The Score–01/06/2011

Bears' Offensive Line

Bears Have Work To Do During Bye Week

The Bears ended the season at 11-5, and winners of the NFC North division. As a result they were awarded the number two-seed in the NFC and a first round bye. One of the advantages of that bye is a week to rest and address weaknesses.

670 The Score–01/04/2011

Jay Cutler and the Bears look to move to 3-0 at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh on Sunday night. (Credit: Getty Images)

Bears Opponents List Out For Next Season

They’re just starting the playoffs, but we already have a list of opponents for the Bears next year.

CBS Chicago–01/04/2011

Jay Cutler

What Stands In The Bears’ Way Of The Super Bowl?

It’s hard not to look too far ahead. With the Bears having locked up the two-seed in the NFC, it’s only natural to envision how far the Bears could go.

670 The Score–12/30/2010

Jay Cutler

Bears Show Quick-Strike Offense

Sunday’s win was impressive for several reasons. The most impressive, however, might have been the emergence of a quick-strike offense.

670 The Score–12/27/2010

Lance Briggs and Brian Urlacher

Bears Must Shut Down Running Game

Up next for the Chicago Bears is the 10-4 New York Jets, a team that entered the season with high expectations, but is still looking for an identity.

670 The Score–12/23/2010

Johnny Knox

Bears’ Season Better Than Anyone Expected

Sitting at 10-4, with two games left to be played, the Bears are in a great position to make a deep run into the playoffs. But just a few months ago, did anyone see this coming?

670 The Score–12/21/2010

Lovie Smith

Bears Should Be Happy To Not Be At Metrodome

All the talk this week from the Bears’ players about the change of venue for the Bears-Vikings Monday night game, has been negative. But history tells us that it could still be better than the alternative.

670 The Score–12/20/2010

Johnny Knox

Bears Need To Limit Mistakes

The Minnesota Vikings have had a terrible season. There have been many off-field, and on-field, distractions to go along with the poor play. But, if the Bears aren’t focus and sharp, the Vikings could come out on top.

670 The Score–12/20/2010

Joe Webb

Bears Could Face Another Rookie QB

Some things this season have just gone the Bears’ way. They’ve been able to stay healthy, and have faced some teams that are dealing with injuries to key positions. You can add the Minnesota Vikings to that list.

670 The Score–12/17/2010

Chicago Bears

Bears Can Gain National Respect With Win

The Bears never seem to get any respect, even when they’re winning there are plenty of people who doubt their talent. And the players and coaches embrace this notion of them.

670 The Score–12/10/2010

Chicago Bears

Don’t Expect Any Change From Bears’ Defense

The Bears have had success this season with their cover two defensive scheme. The Bears didn’t change for Michael Vick and the Philadelphia Eagles, and they probably won’t change for Tom Brady and the Patriots.

670 The Score–12/09/2010

Major Wright

Where Has Major Wright Been?

Back in training camp it looked as if Major Wright had all the tools to become a starter on the Bears’ defense this season. So for that hasn’t happened, but he’s been getting his chances. Could this week be the week he makes the jump?

670 The Score–12/07/2010

Earl Bennett

Biggs: Bennett And Offense Showing Signs Of Progress

Earl Bennett had a career day against the Lions. He, along with the rest of the offense, is showing signs of progress and the wins are staring to add up as a result.

670 The Score–12/06/2010

Jay Cutler

Biggs: Cutler Isn’t Kurt Warner

The Bears’ offense has been making tremendous strides over the past few games. Jay Cutler’s improvement has been most visible and it stems from a change in the Martz scheme.

670 The Score–12/02/2010

Jay Cutler

Biggs: Cutler’s Best Game As A Bear

This was by far the best Bears’ win this season. It was also Jay Cutler’s best game as a Chicago Bear, and not just because of the stats.

670 The Score–11/29/2010

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