The mood at Halas Hall on Monday was not as gloomy as one might think.
Time offers the opportunity for perspective, so I thought it would be a good idea to wait each week to give my thoughts on the Bears game.
Nothing like a lethal cocktail of bad and stupid to turn a record into a footnote.
Opponents are taking advantage of common problems that are easy to see on film.
For the second straight week, the Bears came out flat, except this time there was no comeback.
Josh McCown credited the unseen hand of divine power.
Just six days ago, Bears head coach Marc Trestman was the toast of the town after a gutsy 4th-and-1 conversion that helped seal a victory against the Green Bay Packers.
After dropping six straight in Lambeau Field and six straight to the Packers, the Bears were able to grind out a 27-20 win, creating a three-way tie atop the NFC North.
It can be an unforgiving position.
There’s never a good time for a bad game, but the timing of Chris Conte’s subpar performance against the Redskins couldn’t have been worse.
Figuring out what was meaningful from a game like that requires an unusual approach.
The bye week couldn’t arrive a better time for a battered Bears team.
The Giants are the equivalent of 500 milligrams of Aleve – if you can get past what they might do to your stomach, you end up feeling somewhat better for a little while.
The Bears say they have a game-plan to slow down Graham, but they’re not trying to pretend it will be easy.
By Dan Durkin- (CBS) – While it wasn’t pretty for four quarters, the Bears put together solid bookends on the road, defeating a desperate and prideful Pittsburgh Steelers team 40-23, running their record to 3-0. OFFENSE […]
The Bears dialed up the blitz Sunday night.
In the meeting room following last Thursday’s win over the San Diego Chargers, rookie linebacker Jon Bostic received only one message from his coaches regarding his hit on wide receiver Mike Willie that dislodged the football and created an incomplete pass.
With most of the collisions happening at the line of scrimmage, the secondary is left with almost no contact.
While the Bears’ offense is undergoing a major overhaul with new head coach Marc Trestman, there is one guy on the other side of the ball who taking on the brunt of change on a unit that otherwise is staying mostly the same.
The Bears are bracing for a rude awakening Thursday morning at Camp Trestman.