Chicago (5-10) visits Minnesota (6-9) for a noon game Sunday.
OFFENSE: STAYING AHEAD OF THE CHAINS Digging out of trouble in terms of down and distance and field position has been one of the biggest challenges for the Bears offense this season—when first and ten […]
Chicago needs to commit to Matt Forte and the ground game.
The Bears need to slow DeMarco Murray and prevent big plays.
The Bears average 4.6 yards per first-down rush but rarely attempt it.
Chicago must prevent Golden Tate and Calvin Johnson from making big plays.
Chicago must stay patient against Tampa Bay’s Cover-2 defense.
Matt Forte is ready for whatever workload the coaching staff needs him to take.
Bears center Roberto Garza played his 200th career game on Sunday.
There’s a theme in Jeff Joniak’s keys to Sunday’s game.
Bears quarterback Jay Cutler must trust his protection, Jeff Joniak writes.
Against an elite quarterback in Aaron Rodgers, Chicago must be efficient offensively.
History tells us Mike McCarthy turns to the run more often in November.
An offensive line shuffle has been the biggest practical change for Chicago.
Chicago faces New England on the road Sunday at noon.
New England is an NFL-best 40-9 in October since 2003.
Bears safety Brock Vereen will face older brother Shane, a Patriots running back, this Sunday.
Miami ranks third in the NFL in yards per rush.
Plus, more on linebacker Darryl Sharpton, who only knows how to play at one speed.
These are two desperate teams with playoff aspirations.