From his time in Detroit, Willie Young knows what the Green Bay game means.
Brandon Marshall is as prepared as they come in the NFL.
First Impression There is no gray area in Marc Trestman’s decision to return Jay Cutler to the starting lineup. He meant what he said when the high ankle sprain occurred against Detroit Nov. 10. It […]
The water cooler talk in the city and burbs regarding the Bears is no doubt a raging debate of Jay or Josh at quarterback. However, the most pressing concern remains the run defense.
Alshon Jeffrey is now in the top 11 among receivers in yards after the catch with 351 yards.
By Jeff Joniak First Impression Jeremiah Ratliff has turned the page on his football career, and he likes what he sees in Chicago. Four times a Pro Bowl defensive tackle in Dallas, the nine-year vet […]
No team in the NFL has pressured quarterbacks more than the Minnesota Vikings.
By Jeff Joniak First Impression Kyle Long reminded right tackle Jordan Mills not to do anything to get under his brother’s skin during Sunday’s game in St. Louis. Chris Long doesn’t need to be provoked. […]
Charles Tillman has no plans to retire anytime soon. Even though the first nine games of the season were challenging physically because of a sore knee and now a triceps injury, Tillman wants to keep playing.
By Jeff Joniak First Impression Josh McCown is truly appreciative of his opportunity to start in Green Bay Monday night. He made mention of it repeatedly in his 15 minutes at the Halas Hall […]
Admitting the torn left groin is the most “significant” pain he’s had in his career, Cutler is also optimistic he can get back to playing quarterback before the four week minimum “window” offered up by doctors.
McCown makes his first start for Trestman Monday night November 4 in Green Bay at 34. Age is just a number when it comes to quarterbacks for Trestman. Sometimes, there is magic in NFL maturity.
Brandon Marshall is living a conundrum. If that’s possible, he’s doing it.
Tackling is going to be a huge factor in Sunday’s game against the Saints.
They beat a pair of 2012 playoff teams with high hopes and third year quarterbacks who are trying to show they are long term solutions at the position.
Most of Marc Trestman’s Thursday news conference was about Jay Cutler, where the quarterback is, if he’s ready to go in the new system, and how he’s been to work with.
With six new offensive linemen, including four starters the Bears have the potential to be significantly improved up front.
By Jeff Joniak First Impressions I’m pleased to see Michael Ford make the final 53. From his first practice in the rookie mini-camp, his speed and running style was attention-grabbing. He only left LSU a […]
Brandon Marshall is having a career year for a Bears team with flickering playoff hopes. However, his frustration with the overall production of the offense eats at him.
Sneak in, charge in, or fold up the tent.