The temperature was frigid, but the Bears offense was anything but in a 45-28 rout of the Dallas Cowboys on Monday Night football.
If there’s such a thing as earning a loss, the Bears did just that.
Nothing like a lethal cocktail of bad and stupid to turn a record into a footnote.
For the second straight week, the Bears came out flat, except this time there was no comeback.
Josh McCown credited the unseen hand of divine power.
The Bears weathered the storm, literally and figuratively, in a 23-20 marathon win over the Baltimore Ravens.
When you have the best available quarterback in a passing league, running the ball seems unnecessary.
The Chicago Bears might have to play without starting quarterback Jay Cutler for a few weeks, but don’t expect to see a different strategy on offense with backup Josh McCown taking snaps until Cutler is healthy.
Figuring out what was meaningful from a game like that requires an unusual approach.
The bye week couldn’t arrive a better time for a battered Bears team.
No one can blame Jay Cutler for not wanting to talk about DeAngelo Hall, the Redskins cornerback who picked him off four times in one game back in 2010.
Adam Hoge has a loaded Tweetbag to get you through the Bears’ off day.
When you’ve lost two defensive tackles for the season and have missed a third for two straight games, it’s fair to wonder if you still have enough available talent on your defensive line.
Adam Hoge answers your questions as the Bears shift their attention to the Steelers.
Jon Bostic never really had a chance to start against the Bengals.
Adam Hoge answers Bears fans’ questions in his weekly Tweetbag.
Bears head coach Marc Trestman was not ready to name his starting middle linebacker Thursday, but his defensive signal caller went ahead and did it himself.
Despite missing all four preseason games with a calf injury, all signs point to linebacker D.J. Williams playing Sunday in the regular season opener against the Bengals.
Seeing the names of rookie Bears this time of year is usually not a good thing.
Lance Briggs expresses frustration with Bostic’s fine.