Adam Hoge takes a look at the Bears’ quarterbacks and running backs in his latest offseason notebook.
Alshon Jeffery’s breakout second season didn’t go unnoticed.
To now continue to rail against Cutler is howling at the moon, tilting at windmills, typing in metaphors.
There are still a number of lingering questions that need to be answered if the Bears are going to continue working toward winning a Super Bowl.
The mood at Halas Hall on Monday was not as gloomy as one might think.
Aaron Rodgers fired a 48-yard touchdown pass to Randall Cobb in the final minute, and the Green Bay Packers beat the Chicago Bears 33-28 to capture the NFC North championship.
Ho, ho, ho! Baffoe Claus here. I’m way better than Ditka Claus because I don’t smell like cigars, I haven’t been compromised by endorsement commitments (yet), and children are genuinely happy when I show up to their homes bearing gifts (pizza is the greatest gift of all; wine for children, not so much).
Nick Foles threw two touchdown passes, LeSean McCoy ran for two scores and the Philadelphia Eagles routed the Chicago Bears 54-11 on Sunday night in a matchup of first-place teams with opposite stakes.
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.
Asked if he’ll be watching the Lions play the Ravens Monday night, Bears running back Matt Forte had a simple answer.
Jay Cutler’s performance against the Cleveland Browns personified the trite sports cliche of it’s not how you start, but how you finish.
Jay Cutler shook off some early rustiness and threw three touchdown passes in his first start since Nov. 10, leading the Chicago Bears to a 38-31 win Sunday over the Cleveland Browns.
Can a defense be overhauled in one year? Is Jay Cutler the answer at quarterback in the short term? These are questions Phil Emery is paid to answer, and it’s far easier to develop those answers with cap space room.
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.
In last night’s win against the Cowboys Matt Forte had 20 rushing attempts for 102 yards.
The temperature was frigid, but the Bears offense was anything but in a 45-28 rout of the Dallas Cowboys on Monday Night football.
It’s Alshon, and Jeffery. Not that hard, really.
Josh McCown threw for a career-high four touchdowns, and the Chicago Bears scored on their first eight possessions to grab a share of the NFC North lead with a 45-28 victory over the Dallas Cowboys on a frigid Monday night.
If there’s such a thing as earning a loss, the Bears did just that.
Blair Walsh’s 34-yard field goal with 1:43 left in overtime gave the Minnesota Vikings a 23-20 victory over the Chicago Bears on Sunday after both teams missed kicks in the extra period.