Hoping the other team fumbles is not a strategy.
Bears left tackle Jermon Bushrod will see a lot of Robert Quinn on Sunday in St. Louis
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.
After dropping six straight in Lambeau Field and six straight to the Packers, the Bears were able to grind out a 27-20 win, creating a three-way tie atop the NFC North.
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.
The big problem is Morris. Since stopping RGIII is the primary goal of any defense trying to stop Washington, Morris is going to get his opportunities.
Time-travel stories never really work, upon inspection.
It’s been a rough year for the highest-paid player on the Bears.
There’s no getting around the fact that the Bears’ defensive line has underwhelmed this season.
The Bears are at a critical point in the schedule and while they have suffered a couple of missed steps against the Lions and the Saints, they are still in a strong position to get their season back on track.
Against teams like New Orleans, mistakes can be magnified.
How do you prevent Jimmy Graham, Darren Sproles and Marques Colston from beating you?
A number of key players were held out of practice Wednesday, but Bears head coach Marc Trestman expects all of them to be fine for Sunday’s game against the New Orleans Saints at Soldier Field.
It wasn’t exactly how the Bears usually do it, but they finally got pressure on the QB.
Jay Cutler played a composed, if not spectacular, game.
Who is going to fill the void at the all-important three-technique in the Bears’ Tampa-2 scheme?
By Dan Durkin- (CBS) – While it wasn’t pretty for four quarters, the Bears put together solid bookends on the road, defeating a desperate and prideful Pittsburgh Steelers team 40-23, running their record to 3-0. OFFENSE […]
The Bears dialed up the blitz Sunday night.
After battling an illness for nearly a week, Bears defensive end Julius Peppers was back at practice Wednesday and ready to put his early season struggles behind him.