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.
With the season starting in five days, all we’ve seen from the Bears is drama and subpar play.
“You’re just trying to make sure you have more good days than bad days,” D.J. Williams says.
“The depth chart is just a starting point,” defensive coordinator Mel Tucker says.
Martellus Bennett slammed Kyle Fuller to the ground after taking issue with an aggressive tackle.
“It’s a ‘we’ thing,” Bears defensive coordinator Mel Tucker says.
When you play defense with a good offense, it makes it fun,” Jared Allen says.
You can listen to the podcast of Phil Emery on the Mully and Hanley Show in full here.
Emery addressed Brandon Marshall, Mel Tucker and why CBs are so valuable, among other things.
Dan Durkin address what we’ve learned, including Chicago’s preference of building a defense front to back.
The Bears will soon discover if the poor pass rush outputs of Mel Tucker’s defenses are a result or minimal talent or poor scheme.
By signing Jared Allen, the Bears have options all over the defensive line.
Even an average defense would do wonders for the Bears, but it will take more to compete for the big prize.
From Julius Peppers’ future to retaining Mel Tucker to free agency, here’s the latest Bears news.
The defensive scheme, Shea McClellin and contract negotiations will be topics of note Thursday.
Coach Marc Trestman wants a system that will be “flexible” so as to bring out the best in his players.
Tim Baffoe lists all the reasons why the Bears would be a great on “Hard Knocks” this summer.
Adam Hoge breaks down the coaching changes in his second offseason notebook.
The Chicago Bears have let go two defensive coaches Sunday and announced the rest of the coaching staff will remain, including defensive coordinator Mel Tucker.