According to a report from the Chicago Tribune, Bears safety Brandon Meriweather was fined $20,000 by the league for a helmet-to-helmet hit on the Panther’s Steve Smith in Sunday’s win.
During the Bears’ 34-29 victory on Sunday, the offense wasted two timeouts on one drive in the second half — former quarterback Jim Miller breaks it down.
A source close to the situation told 670 The Score’s Adam Hoge that Bears quarterback Jay Cutler flew to Los Angeles to see Kristin Cavallari after the Bears win over the Panthers on Sunday.
Should Devin Hester really be considered a legitimate Hall of Fame candidate? One Hall of Fame quarterback seems to think so.
In Sunday’s 34-29 win over the Panthers, that’s exactly what they did. The Bears put together an explosive running attack that featured 222 yards and two touchdowns between Matt Forte and Marion Barber.
Bears Coach Lovie Smith said Monday morning that the team’s offense did a “super job” in beating the Carolina Panthers 34-29, but the defense gave up far too many yards.
Despite the Bears’ offense showing signs of life on the ground in Sunday’s 34-29 win over the Panthers, it would be a stretch to say all 11 men on that side of the ball were clicking.
Devin Hester set an NFL record with his 11th punt return for a touchdown, Forte ran for a career-high 205 yards and the Bears beat Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers 34-29 on Sunday.
It’s a must-win for the Bears this weekend, and I think the Panthers will put up more of a fight than people expect.
It’s only Week 4, but don’t get it twisted, this is a big game for the Bears. You don’t want to have a three-game losing streak and you don’t want to lose an NFC game at home.
The Week 4 match-up between the Bears and Carolina is personal according to Panthers’ head coach Ron Rivera.
Reports indicated there was a clash between Rivera and head coach Lovie Smith after the Bears Superbowl run in 2006. The two will meet again as the Panthers travel to Chicago on Sunday in a battle between two 1-2 teams.
Yes, it is Bears-Packers week, but believe it or not there are 15 other games to be played this weekend. Here’s my take on how the NFL’s Week 3 will shake out with my predictions, my juggernaut games of the week, and my “juggernot lames of the weak”:
Scoreboard operators were busy replacing light bulbs this week after an astounding 752 points were tallied in Week 1. Will the fireworks continue this weekend? Here’s my take on how the NFL’s Week 2 will shake out with my predictions and my juggernaut games of the week and my juggernot lames of the week:
I’m not sure there are three words better than: football is back! Here’s my take on how the NFL’s Week 1 will shake out with my predictions and my juggernaut games of the week and my juggernot lames of the week.
No two players trying to make their NFL dreams come true this season epitomize these polar ends of the spectrum more than Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton and Oakland Raiders quarterback Terrelle Pryor.
As Greg Olsen woke up this morning to the realization that he is no longer a Chicago Bear, the fifth-year tight end is looking forward to a “little stability and security” with his new team.
The Bears traded tight end Greg Olsen to the Carolina Panthers for an undisclosed draft pick.
Jeremy Shockey and the Carolina Panthers aren’t playing in the Hall of Fame Game Aug. 7 but the outspoken tight end is claiming the game is going to happen.
An NFL source tells the NBC sports site ProFootballTalk.com that the Carolina Panthers plan to interview former Bears great Ron Rivera for the team’s top job.