Bears head coach Lovie Smith officially ruled running back Matt Forte out of Sunday’s game against the Rams.
Check out Jeff Joniak’s “Keys to the Game” for the Bears matchup against the Rams on Sunday at Solider Field.
The role the St. Louis Rams are asking head coach Jeff Fisher to play reminds me a lot of Winston Wolf, Harvey Keitel’s character in Pulp Fiction.
Jay Cutler has a simple message for Bears fans: Zip it.
A 41-21 opening win is in the books, and nothing happened to derail the story going in — that Cutler with new weapons and new coaches could carry an aging defense to great places.
Jay Cutler and Brandon Marshall weren’t about to let Andrew Luck upstage them in their first game back together. Cutler threw for 333 yards and two touchdowns, Marshall added 119 yards receiving with a TD, and the Chicago Bears spoiled Luck’s debut, beating the Indianapolis Colts 41-21 Sunday in the season opener.
“Upside, Downside” is simple; I will tell you who you should be inclined to start and who you should proceed with caution on a week to week basis.
While Bears general manager Phil Emery won’t come out and say his goals are championship or bust for the 2012 season, he knows that’s exactly what the Bears are capable of.
As we count down to Bourbonnais, a panel of 15 670 The Score hosts, reporters and producers ranked their top 10 most important Bears players for the 2012 season.
Now, the pressure rests on head coach Lovie Smith to win with what the GM has gotten him.
The city of Chicago can provide an incredible nightlife if you have the money and time – just ask Patrick Kane. But for new Bears running back Michael Bush, the nightlife hasn’t been so kind.
Cutler clearly has more input on the offense, the kind of an input a franchise quarterback should have.
Since Forte has started looking for a new contract, the Bears have signed running backs Marion Barber and Michael Bush to multi-year deals – something one Bears expert thinks has started to bother Forte.
It’s the middle of May and training camp is still 2-plus months away. That means it’s the perfect time to look at the Chicago Bears and assess their prospects for the 2012 season.
The Bears may have gotten more than just a backup running back when the team signed Michael Bush last week.
The NFL Network’s Michael Lombardi ranked the Bears second in free agency acquisitions, behind only the Buccaneers.
Barber signed a two-year deal with the Bears before the start of last season, but wasn’t expected to be brought back, especially after the team signed Michael Bush Thursday.
Matt Forte made his dissatisfaction with the contract of backup running back Michael Bush public Thursday when he tweeted out his displeasure.
Apparently, Matt Forte isn’t too happy with the Bears.
Through his first three months as Bears general manager, Phil Emery has been anything but Bears-like.