Bears linebacker Lance Briggs is still getting used to life without his old buddies.
Bears linebacker Lance Briggs is taking a different approach in responding to Jason Collins’ announcement in Sports Illustrated today.
The Bears are in the process of trying to find a head coach because of their inability to build a consistent offense in the Lovie Smith tenure.
Here are my grades following the Bears’ 26-24 win over the Lions Sunday at Ford Field:
If the Bears lose to the Lions Sunday in Detroit, it could be the end of an era. It could be the last time they play for head coach Lovie Smith.
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Days later, Lance Briggs is standing up for his teammate, saying no team in the NFL receives such harsh criticism from their hometown crowd.
Count Lance Briggs among those who took exception to Packers’ tight end Jermichael Finley’s comments regarding Brian Urlacher.
Adrian Peterson rushed for 154 yards and two touchdowns to lead the Vikings to a win over the Bears.
The perception is that the Bears’ defense is growing old and incompetent before our very eyes.
While Lovie Smith’s team wasn’t eliminated by the Seahawks Sunday, it was beaten and exposed. This one looked bad.
One day after Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall said he’s heard of players using Viagra as a performance enhancing drug, teammate Lance Briggs chimed in with a little humor on the subject.
Here’s what Laurence Holmes saw, heard and was told since the Bears lost to the San Francisco 49ers Monday night.
The national embarrassment the Bears are currently enduring just got worse.
Here’s a look at the players who are having the most emphasis on the defensive side of the ball.
It’s telling that before being named NFC defensive player of the week in consecutive games for his performance against Jacksonville and Detroit, Charles Tillman had not been recognized for his work since 2005.
Though he’s been playing one of the world’s most violent sports at the highest level for more than a decade, Briggs isn’t quitting until he accomplishes his goal.
This all starts with Lovie Smith. It’s his philosophy, his culture, his kind of players, his results.
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.
There’s no doubt that there must be a consistent level of production from the offense. But it’s still the defense that must fire on all cylinders for the Bears to reach the heights this season.