The Bears’ actions are matching the rhetoric at Halas Hall, which is a refreshing change.
Chicago (2-1) and Green Bay (1-2) play at noon Sunday at Solider Field.
The Bears stack up well with everyone in the division, writes Laurence Holmes.
Ask any Bears fan, it’s not easy seeing your team’s season end in the final seconds of the game.
At least the Bears defense can say that it made its own luck.
Given the struggles of the Bears’ defense, it might be asking too much to expect a win.
Despite those holding out for an inspired, season-saving turn at home against their overly-professed enemy, we got a wholly recognizable, ordinary performance and an entirely probable outcome.
Let’s take a closer look at Jay Cutler’s four interceptions to determine if the Packers were even in Cover-2 Man, but more importantly, to get to the bottom of where the finger(s) should be pointed.
Both the Green Bay Packers and Chicago Bears needed help two years ago (Packers) and last year (Bears). The NFC Championship game could come down to the moves Chicago’s Mike Martz and Green Bay’s Dom Capers make.
Mike Martz and Dom Capers are two of the most well-respected coordinators in the NFL. On Sunday, they’ll go head to head see who can get the upper hand, and they’ll likely go about it the same way.
Feel free to be as crazy as you want at Soldier Field on Sunday. Fortify yourself with your drink of choice, wave a sign with whatever risqué taunt you can create, wear your superfan-finest or be that shirtless guy, but promise one thing:
It’s a national stage for Bears/Packer tonight. It’s always fun to enjoy the feast of the NFL all weekend only to be rewarded with the dessert of the Bears playing a meaningful game on Monday […]