If Rod Marinelli doesn’t win Assistant Coach Of The Year, then they need to get rid of the award.
Congratulations to the Titans, on the comedy event of the fall. That was some performance. Not that the Bears didn’t contribute, either. Or the broadcasters.
The Bears deserve a lot of credit for playing through a sluggish game and pulling out a win, but that doesn’t mean they grade out well.
Here are Adam Hoge’s grades following the Bears’ good, but sometimes ugly 13-6 win over the Lions Monday night.
No matter how much time he missed a year ago, Chicago Bears right tackle Gabe Carimi insists he doesn’t feel like a rookie anymore.
Looking back on it, a 4-1 record going into the bye week really was the best-case scenario for the Chicago Bears.
Two days after ESPN cameras caught Jay Cutler blatantly ignoring offensive coordinator Mike Tice creating a dash of media-driven controversy, all is well between the quarterback and OC.
It wouldn’t be a Bears game without Jay Cutler drama, right?
By Dan Bernstein CBSChicago.com Senior Columnist (CBS) When you win, it’s cute to be a jerk. It also helps when your performance on the field cashes the checks written by another bout of childish behavior, […]
Is the Bears offense better with Brandon Marshall?
Here are Adam Hoge’s grades following the Bears’ 23-6 win over the Rams Sunday.
Let’s take a closer look at Jay Cutler’s four interceptions to determine if the Packers were even in Cover-2 Man, but more importantly, to get to the bottom of where the finger(s) should be pointed.
Adam Hoge grades the Bears following the their 23-10 loss to the Packers at Lambeau Field.
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.
Check out Jeff Joniak’s “Keys to the Game” for the Bears matchup against the Colts on Sunday at Soldier Field.
When the Bears traded for Brandon Marshall, it opened up a whole new world of offensive football.
Offensive coordinator Mike Tice confirmed Wednesday that Carimi is not 100 percent and suggested that the right tackle might not even be able to take all the snaps during Sunday’s opener against the Colts.
If Bears coaches know who their starting left tackle is, they aren’t telling.
As refreshing as it was to hear Bears offensive coordinator Mike Tice speak so candidly about the disappointing debut of his offensive line, it didn’t sit well with me.
Now, unless there is an unforeseen performance from Webb, Williams or a scrapheap left tackle that doesn’t appear to actually exist, chances seem slim that the Bears’ 26-year championship drought will end this fall.