Given the struggles of the Bears’ defense, it might be asking too much to expect a win.
Time-travel stories never really work, upon inspection.
Lovie Smith may be looking at a return to the college ranks.
It’s no secret former Bears head coach Lovie Smith was adored by his players.
For years, some Bears fans have complained about the boring Cover-2 defense.
The Bears dialed up the blitz Sunday night.
One of the most dangerous aspects of the Bears may just be also the simplest.
For most, the Bears’ 24-21 win over the Bengals on Sunday was a breath of fresh air.
Trestman’s objective is simple: coordinate an offense that puts the talent in position to make plays.
Shut up until the offseason. Pretty simple. And probably a pretty good idea.
I have no clue what the deal is with Marc Trestman, but I’ve decided I’m going to try to enjoy it.
The Bears took the field Friday morning at Olivet Nazarene University for their first practice of training camp. Here are some quick observations from what we saw:
When it comes to Jay Cutler, I’m a skeptic
Big changes hit the Bears with the force of a winter wind in Chicago. Now, it’s time to see how all the moves play out.
Though he was short on specifics wide receiver Brandon Marshall made it clear he’s happy the Bears went through a complete organizational makeover this past offseason.
Hidden in the brush-off Lance Briggs gave the media yesterday is a much larger issue facing a team trying to push one side of the ball into modernity while keeping another rooted in the past.
Bears linebacker Lance Briggs is still getting used to life without his old buddies.
When Lovie Smith was let go on New Year’s Eve, no player took the firing harder than Devin Hester.
Phil Emery wants to win now. He said it himself, and his roster moves – particularly those in the trade and free agent market – back up the rhetoric.
n the minutes after Devin Hester found out Lovie Smith had been fired, the greatest return man in NFL history shocked the league.