After watching OTAs and mini-camp over the last four weeks, we’re starting to get a better look at what the Bears’ depth chart might look when training camp opens in late July.
As Lovie Smith says, mini-camp is the end of the Bears offseason. It’s three days where the foundation is laid and the scene is set for Bourbonnais.
It’s still more than a month from the start of training camp, but this is the year that the Bears believe they can fight the Green Bay Packers for the NFC North title and then make a run in the postseason.
J’Marcus Webb has struggled in the NFL since the Bears selected him in the seventh round of the 2010 draft, but could 2012 be different?
It’s the middle of May and training camp is still 2-plus months away. That means it’s the perfect time to look at the Chicago Bears and assess their prospects for the 2012 season.
During his three seasons in Chicago, Cutler has been sacked 110 times, including an NFL-high 52 times in 2010.
We still know little about Phil Emery, but the guy knows how to buy himself the benefit of the doubt, and quickly.
Jay Cutler’s mid-season injury did more than just expose the weaknesses of backup quarterback Caleb Hanie.
Defensively, the Eagles employ the Wide-9 technique, which essentially means each defensive end is lined up outside of the 9-hole, giving them more space to rush the quarterback at an angle.
Questions have been pouring in since the Bears lost to New Orleans Sunday. Let’s see what’s on tap in this week’s mailbag.
A 30-12 win in Week 1 — in a game the Bears entered as a three-point home underdog — means there was a lot of good shown at Soldier Field on Sunday afternoon. A look now at who really stuck out and a couple of things that still need work.
Without a new contract done, Matt Forte knows his long-term value will directly correlate with how he plays this season.
The third game is the most important in the pre-season. Teams put in a minimal game-plan, but try not to show too much of what they want to accomplish in the regular season.
Lovie Smith didn’t pull any punches when expressing how he felt about the Bears performance vs. the Giants. It’s not about winning and losing in a preseason game, but it is about improvement.
A quick look back at the good, bad and ugly from last night’s 41-13 loss to the Giants.
It’s still nowhere near perfect, but the Bears’ offensive line certainly looked better against the Giants Monday night. Here’s a look at how I saw the offensive line play from left to right.
The second preseason game is here and there is plenty to look at. Here’s what I’ll be watching for tonight as the Bears face the Giants in New York.
If Carimi can pick up a new position so easily, doesn’t that suggest he could probably play his normal position adequately at the NFL level?
Well, one preseason game is in the books and there is a lot to talk about. Let’s get straight to your questions:
The Bears surpised the NFL Saturday when they chose to kick from the 30-yard line on two kickoffs in the first half.