Sunday’s game against the Falcons is a “prove it” game for the Bears.
It’s only Week 6, but Sunday seems like a must-win game for both teams.
“We have all the talent in the world, we shouldn’t be sitting at 2-3,” Brandon Marshall says.
Jeremiah Ratliff is recovering from a concussion.
We’re five games in — bad play is a troubling trend, not a fluke.
Dumb mistakes are haunting the Bears time and again.
“If we can get out of our own way, we can win some games,” Matt Forte says.
Two weeks in a row, the offense has been shut out of the end zone in second half.
Still in search of some kind of identity, the Bears may be closer than ever to finding one.
Cam Newton threw two touchdown passes to Greg Olsen and the Carolina Panthers’ defense forced four turnovers to overcome a 14-point deficit and defeat the Chicago Bears 31-24 on Sunday.
Coming off tough losses, both teams are looking to get back on track.
With Carolina’s backfield short-handed, slowing Cam Newton is the priority for the Chicago.
Jay Cutler played brilliantly for some time before a couple maddening mistakes.
There were no punts in the game, only the second time that’s ever happened.
Aaron Rodgers threw for 302 yards and four touchdowns to lead Green Bay.
Chicago (2-1) and Green Bay (1-2) play at noon Sunday at Solider Field.
Darryl Sharpton had 55 tackles for the Texans last season.
They’re like a child bouncing on a trampoline — fun with a dose of worry.
A mix of encouraging signs and concerns can be gleaned from Monday’s win.
Laurence Holmes breaks down Chicago’s win and sheds light on the Green Bay matchup.