Jay Cutler isn’t keeping it a secret – he wants to be back in Chicago.
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.
Jay Cutler could cure cancer and would still not win people over because of his lack of warmth and fuzziness.
Aaron Rodgers missed about half the season. Now, he can make up for lost time.
Bears coach Marc Trestman said the team’s season-ending loss to the Packers was “very disappointing,” and called Green Bay’s first-half fumble return for a touchdown while on offense “a debacle,” as the entire defense stood around and watched their rivals make an easy score.
Brandon Marshall likes to make predictions regarding his quarterback, so it wasn’t all that surprising that the Bears wide receiver made another one Sunday after his team’s season ended.
Aaron Rodgers fired a 48-yard touchdown pass to Randall Cobb in the final minute, and the Green Bay Packers beat the Chicago Bears 33-28 to capture the NFC North championship.
Getting into the playoffs matters, when you consider the last three Super Bowl champions all played on wild card weekend.
One win. Seven losses. Eight touchdowns. Seventeen interceptions.
It’s not a movie, it’s a football game. And it’s one between two mediocre teams.
Ho, ho, ho! Baffoe Claus here. I’m way better than Ditka Claus because I don’t smell like cigars, I haven’t been compromised by endorsement commitments (yet), and children are genuinely happy when I show up to their homes bearing gifts (pizza is the greatest gift of all; wine for children, not so much).
Trestman has to motivate his team this week, especially after the 54-11 debacle against the Eagles.
Nick Foles threw two touchdown passes, LeSean McCoy ran for two scores and the Philadelphia Eagles routed the Chicago Bears 54-11 on Sunday night in a matchup of first-place teams with opposite stakes.
Bears fans have come to know their first-year coach is one who is willing to take risks.
On the fourth play of the Bears’ second drive Sunday, wide receiver Alshon Jeffery went in motion and took the handoff from quarterback Jay Cutler.
The month of December pumped new life into several teams including the Bears, setting up important games in the final two weeks of the regular season.
A weekend report from FOX Sports’ Jay Glazer insinuated that many inside the Bears’ locker room were unhappy with the decision to start Jay Cutler over Josh McCown in Sunday’s win.
Don’t you think there’s a good reason why the Bears didn’t give McCown that extra dollar?
Before he returned to the field, Jay Cutler had to make sure his teammates wanted him back.