Kurt Warner

Brandon Weeden. (Photo by Jason Miller/Getty Images)

Top 5 Pre-NFL Careers

Everyone has to start somewhere. These football players took an unusual route to the NFL.

CBS Chicago–01/15/2014

Charles Tillman #33 and Chris Conte #47 of the Chicago Bears try to intercept a pass. (Photo by Wesley Hitt/Getty Images)

24 Hours Later: Laurence Holmes Breaks Down Bears-Titans

Time offers the opportunity for perspective, so I thought it would be a good idea to wait each week to give my thoughts on the Bears game. The idea being that 24 hours allows for me to watch the game over and talk to a few more people. Hence, “The 24 Blog.”

670 The Score–11/05/2012

Osi Umenyiora. (Photo by Scott Halleran/Getty Images)

Umenyiora: ‘Strong Chance’ I’ll End Up In A Wheelchair After Football

Junior Seau’s recent suicide has NFL players, veterans and analysts discussing the dangers of American’s most profitable game.

670 The Score–05/08/2012

Tim Tebow walks off the field after a game against the Detroit Lions. (Photo by Justin Edmonds/Getty Images)

Warner To Tebow: Let Your Actions Do The Talking

One former NFL quarterback is sending Tebow a little piece of advice.

670 The Score–11/28/2011

Jay Cutler

Not The Greatest, But Maybe The Most Balanced Show On Turf

The Chicago Bears’ offense underwent a transformation this season. They went from a pass-heavy to a balanced attacked, and that might be the best fit for the Bears.


Mike Martz

Martz Enjoying The Moment

Mike Martz had doubts about returning to coach before he joined the Bears for this season. Martz was just happy to be with a team again, now he’s enjoying the rise to the top with the Bears.


Jay Cutler

Biggs: Cutler Isn’t Kurt Warner

The Bears’ offense has been making tremendous strides over the past few games. Jay Cutler’s improvement has been most visible and it stems from a change in the Martz scheme.

670 The Score–12/02/2010

Jay Cutler

Cutler Struggling With ‘Confidence And Understanding’

A non-stop topic of conversation so far this Bears season has been the play of Jay Cutler. The best quarter back to ever play in the Mike Martz offense thinks he knows what is wrong with Cutler.


Bears Offensive Line

Warner: Cutler Needs More Protection

By Adam Hoge– At least one former quarterback who played under Mike Martz says Jay Cutler needs more protection from his offensive line. Future Hall-of-Famer Kurt Warner told the Mully & Hanley show Monday that […]

670 The Score–10/18/2010

Mike Martz

Bernstein: Sunday To Unmask Martz, Smith

One consequence of Jay Cutler’s concussion is the chance that Sunday’s game helps us learn what the Bears really think of their offense, and offense in general. Don’t buy for a second Wednesday’s public self-flagellation by […]

670 The Score–10/08/2010