With what lies ahead, we’ll soon discover what Chicago’s made of.
“We’ve got to accept responsibility for it,” Bears coach Marc Trestman says.
Briggs being slow, Conte being bad, Jay still being Jay, Tucker coaching — we have it all.
It’s only Week 1, but Chicago needs to take care of business to reach its lofty goals.
If Buffalo is forced to the air, a Chicago win will be in the works.
“We’ve worked together,” Jay Cutler says. “Everyone has a good feel.”
Chris Conte will figure into a three-man rotation at safety for the Bears.
Given what lies ahead for the Bears in the season’s first half, the opener is crucial.
It’s still unclear if Chris Conte will play Sunday, but the arrow’s pointing up.
“I’ve poured my heart out on the field every day and every play,” Lance Briggs says.
Marc Trestman has proved he knows how to handle his players.
Lance Briggs curiously skipped practice Monday to attend a restaurant opening in California.
With the season starting in five days, all we’ve seen from the Bears is drama and subpar play.
The Chicago Bears open their season Sunday at home against the Buffalo Bills and head coach Marc Trestman spoke with WBBM on what to expect this year.
Chicago will rest most of its starters tonight, including Cutler, Corte and Marshall.
Also, third-stringer David Fales will start Thursday’s preseason finale.
Jay Cutler played the first half for Chicago and was 12 of 20 for 157 yards and an interception.
Chicago and Seattle kick off at 9 p.m. tonight in the Pacific Northwest.
“It’s rough, to go into a stadium like that,” Jay Cutler says.
The simplicity of the Seahawks’ defense lets talent dominate, but here’s how to beat it.