There’s a good reason why so many draft boards differ.
Trading back continues to be an option after a couple top prospects’ stocks cooled a bit.
The strengths of this draft could allow the Bears to find extra value where they need it.
The 49ers roster give us an idea of the type of player Fangio will prefer in Chicago.
Ernie Accorsi holds the Halas/McCaskey family in high regards.
If Marc Trestman is on his way out as reports indicate, here are six names for the Bears to talk to.
Trestman’s inability to adapt is a fatal coaching flaw.
The old adage is it only takes two seasons to see a franchise’s direction under a coach.
There’s an obvious disconnect between the Bears’ players and coaches.
Chicago must replicate its second-half play moving forward.
Other than a few curious plays, there was a lot to like about the Bears on Sunday, Greg Gabriel writes.
If Phil Emery and Marc Trestman get canned, Ted Phillips should too.
There must be some serious soul-searching by the Bears on their bye week.
The Bears’ worst enemy right now seems to be themselves.
A win in Atlanta was the most complete game Chicago has played all season.
Dumb mistakes are haunting the Bears time and again.
Jay Cutler played brilliantly for some time before a couple maddening mistakes.
Banged up as it is, the Bears’ secondary played quality football.
Jay Cutler was splendid, but the running game has to get going.
Matt Forte was really good. The pass rush wasn’t.