Giving Jay Cutler ample time is a top priority for Chicago.
The Bears (1-1) face the New York Jets (1-1) on the road Monday night.
The Jets bring a lot of max blitzes, but the Bears see opportunities.
Brandon Marshall is as prepared as they come in the NFL.
New York has dominated the ground game on both sides of the ball in 2014.
Marshall’s press conference missed the mark Thursday, writes Tim Baffoe.
“It’s not the NFL’s job to raise men,” Brandon Marshall says.
The former Chicago Bear has set an NFL record with his 20th return for a touchdown, breaking the mark he shared with Deion Sanders.
Fuller’s second interception last Sunday demonstrated his smarts and athleticism.
The Jets are solid defensively, but can their offense develop?
It didn’t take Kyle Fuller long to show us that the new kid on the block isn’t the one to be messed with.
“It poses another challenge for us,” Kyle Long says of the Jets’ run defense.
Also, the Bears want to keep increasing defensive end Willie Young’s role.
“Jay kept telling us we were still in it,” Martellus Bennett said.
Charles Tillman is one of a kind, and for that we cherish him.
The Bears overcame adversity to beat the 49ers, 28-20.
Bears wide receivers Brandon Marshall and Alshon Jeffery will both be active against the San Francisco 49ers Sunday night. Both were listed as questionable before the game.
The Bears promoted three players from the practice squad on Saturday.
Bears open three roster spots for Sunday night’s game vs. 49ers.
Each team’s tight end is worth keeping an eye on Sunday night.