Sunday it was the Bears making the statement, bringing the Lions back down to Earth with a 37-13 pounding at Soldier Field.
And just like that, the Bears get a redemption win versus the Lions and now sit at 6-3. With winnable games ahead, it’s not hard to imagine the Bears win as many as 11 or 12 games this year. Was it a truly great showing? Not by any means, as the offense had plenty of problems, but the Bears used their defense and special teams yet again under Lovie Smith to cruise to another division victory.
CHICAGO (AP) — Chicago Bears defensive back D.J. Moore was ejected in the fourth quarter Sunday on a play that precipitated a skirmish between several players in front of the Lions’ bench. Frustration surfaced when […]
The second preseason game is here and there is plenty to look at. Here’s what I’ll be watching for tonight as the Bears face the Giants in New York.
Even in Costa Rica, the news spread about Lovie Smith’s two-year contract extension.
Last night, I moderated a Q & A with the players. When y0u’ve spent 13 years asking questions of athletes, it’s good to get perspective from the people you serve (the fans).
To say that the Bears’ defense is never satisfied is an understatement. No matter what the outcome of the game is, the defense always feels like they could have done better, that they’re not perfect yet.
Corey Wootton’s first NFL sack might be the last sack that Brett Favre ever takes. But if it wasn’t for all of Wootton’s hard work, he may not have had the opportunity.
Aaron Rodgers? Check. Brett Favre? Check. Michael Vick? Another check off the list. The Bears have had success against elite quarterbacks this year, but now comes New England’s Tom Brady.
The Bears offense has been struggling and carries most of the blame for the ugly losses the team has suffered. The defense on the other hand, has been keeping the team in games.