Bears coach Marc Trestman says Chris Conte “has the ability to be a starter.”
A step-by-step, player-by-player look at the offseason script for the Bears to follow.
On the fourth play of the Bears’ second drive Sunday, wide receiver Alshon Jeffery went in motion and took the handoff from quarterback Jay Cutler.
It may have happened against the worst defense in the NFL, but not surprisingly, the Bears graded out very well in their 45-28 win over the Dallas Cowboys Monday night.
Having returned to practice this week, Jay Cutler appears to be on track to play against the Cleveland Browns Dec. 15, but Bears head coach Marc Trestman is not committing to that date yet.
For the second straight week, the Bears came out flat, except this time there was no comeback.
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.
It can be an unforgiving position.
There’s never a good time for a bad game, but the timing of Chris Conte’s subpar performance against the Redskins couldn’t have been worse.
The bye week couldn’t arrive a better time for a battered Bears team.
Jay Cutler played a composed, if not spectacular, game.
The Bears dialed up the blitz Sunday night.
So that was fun. I think.
There is no lack of motivation among the cornerbacks and safeties.
This is the second in a two-part series, taking a look at the Bears defensive roster by position group.
Adam Hoge grades the Bears following their 23-17 overtime loss to the Seattle Seahawks Sunday.
While Lovie Smith’s team wasn’t eliminated by the Seahawks Sunday, it was beaten and exposed. This one looked bad.
It’s been a while since we’ve had an “everybody sucks” game.
Using NFL GameRewind, let’s take a look at a few plays involving Major Wright to compare and contrast his technique and discipline week to week.
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.