We take a closer look at some of the reasons why the Bears offense has regressed in 2014.
There are a lot of dumb teams in the NFL. Make some deals with them, Bears.
Chicago’s game plan isn’t taking advantage of its offensive advantages.
Matt Forte rushed for two touchdowns in the third quarter, and the Bears spoiled Lovie Smith’s return to Chicago.
Tampa Bay’s defense is designed to make foes dink and dunk their way downfield.
It’s an all-22 look at how the Bears have attacked the Tampa-2 this year.
Plus, Lance Briggs says Lovie Smith “should be remembered as one of the great coaches in Chicago.”
Sunday was a workman-like win for Chicago, which was a step in the right direction.
Brandon Marshall isn’t under any illusions about Sunday’s winning performance.
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.
Dinner will taste a little better, but we still have to digest a lost Bears season.
Jay Cutler threw for 330 yards and three touchdowns, and the Bears won for just the second time in seven games.
The Bears face yet another must-win game this Sunday versus the Vikings.
Marshall wants to fight a fan in the name of anti-bullying.
“I never really felt he’d be the great personality as a head coach,” Esiason says.
Martellus Bennett and Brandon Marshall are listed as probable.
Tim Baffoe is here to help you get through Sunday, hard as it may be.