It’s still hard to feel that things are on the upswing for the now 5-6 Bears.
Mere moments before kickoff at Soldier Field, the emotions finally set in for Josh McCown.
If nothing else, Sunday ended a popular Josh McCown narrative.
Matt Forte rushed for two touchdowns in the third quarter, and the Bears spoiled Lovie Smith’s return to Chicago.
Chicago must stay patient against Tampa Bay’s Cover-2 defense.
Tampa Bay’s defense is designed to make foes dink and dunk their way downfield.
If you need a spot starter, give Dan Herron and Kenny Stills a look.
The Bears’ season can’t get worse, right? Oh yes it can.
A preseason sleeper, the Bucs’ 2-8 start has been a major disappointment.
Brandon Marshall isn’t under any illusions about Sunday’s winning performance.
If you need a spot starter, consider Teddy Bridgewater or Bryce Brown.
Jay Cutler’s postgame demeanor has Bears officials rankled.
Think about it this way: It took a historic performance by a backup QB in 2013 to get to .500.
“We’ve worked together,” Jay Cutler says. “Everyone has a good feel.”
The sight of Jimmy Clausen or Jordan Palmer can only strike fear in Bears fans.
Forget X’s and O’s. Are Trestman and Emery robots? And what happens without Mannelly?
Fales has quality anticipation and pocket awareness but needs to improve his arm strength.
The Bears are good in the red zone in part because of this go-to concept.
The high/low attack can stretch the defense vertically and horizontally if executed correctly.
An important concept worked wonders for the Bears’ offense last season.