Chicago is 3-4, with little consistency or direction.
There’s so much controversy surrounding Winston that we forget what’s most important.
A 3-3 mark and important road win provides hope for Chicago.
Owners and players need to be honest with one another about the dangers and appeal of the NFL.
Still in search of some kind of identity, the Bears may be closer than ever to finding one.
We express outrage to the visual, but it’s the sub-concussive hits that are so problematic in football.
Sunday was what the Green Bay-Chicago rivalry has looked like for far too long.
There are few dominant teams or terrible teams nowadays in the NFL.
Kyle Fuller, Will Sutton, Ego Ferguson and Co. are making names for themselves.
Sadly, in some circles whipping children is viewed as commonplace.
From so many perspectives, this Bears win felt like it may have mattered.
Jay Cutler’s postgame demeanor has Bears officials rankled.
With the season starting in five days, all we’ve seen from the Bears is drama and subpar play.
There are now stiffer penalties for all sorts of off-the-field incidents.
If the Roger Goodell wants to tout safety, there’s an obvious move to make here.
It has been a slow, steady realization that it just wasn’t happening for Gordon Beckham.
The slow fade of the “Redskins” nickname is taking shape.
The IHSA is obscuring the truth on concussions, a detriment to all involved.
Bears coach Marc Trestman waxing philosophical can only do so much.
NBA teams have far too much invested to lose a commodity in international play.