Jim Schwartz threw a challenge flag when he didn’t need to and the Houston Texans made him regret it.
Here’s a piece of non-breaking news: Jay Cutler and Ndamukong Suh are pretty unpopular outside of the city in which they play.
Time offers the opportunity for perspective, so I thought it would be a good idea to wait each week to give my thoughts on the Bears game. The idea being that 24 hours allows for me to watch the game over and talk to a few more people. Hence, “The 24 Blog.”
The Bears’ No. 1 wide receiver, and close friend of Cutler, voiced his displeasure on Twitter with Ndamukong Suh’s second quarter hit that gave his quarterback bruised ribs and briefly knocked him out of the game.
Jay Cutler could have had a broken bone sticking out of his leg, a missing finger, poison-tipped arrows stuck in his back, or half his face chewed off by coyotes, and he was playing.
Lovie Smith is never going to offer much when it comes to offering insight on his team’s play.
Coming off their first postseason appearance in 12 years, expectations are high in Detroit, but are they justified? That’s debatable.
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We know that Ndamukong Suh stomped on Evan Dietrich-Smith, but do we know why?
We’ve all seen Suh’s now infamous stomp to the Packers Evan Dietrich-Smith. Well, now, you can purchase your very own Suh Nutcracker.
The suspension stands, and that means Detroit Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh will sit out the next two games for stomping an opponent during a loss to the Green Bay Packers.
Terry Boers started a spirited Score debate with listeners Tuesday when he said Charles Tillman is the best Bears cornerback ever. That statement probably said more about the team’s mostly nondescript recent history at the position than anything.
Lions defensive end Ndamukong Suh has been suspended two games without pay for stomping on an opposing player during last Thursday’s loss to the Packers, the league announced Tuesday.
Something stinks in Detroit, and for once it’s not just Kid Rock.
Aaron Rodgers took every hit the Detroit Lions could dish out. He just kept throwing — and winning.
It’s been brewing since the Monday night game last month. In fact, the kindling for this fire was sparked with Calvin Johnson’s non-catch in the opener last year. The Bears and Lions don’t like each other and Sunday it boiled over.
Heading into Sunday’s game against Detroit, the Bears will face arguably one of the most powerful defensive lines in the league looking to break up their newly-found continuity on offensive in Cliff Avril, Ndamukong Suh, Corey Williams and Kyle Vanden Bosch.
With the Packers moving to 5-0, it’s imperative that the Bears get a win tonight in Detroit. A loss would leave two undefeated teams at the top of the division. Plus, both of those teams at this point would have tie-breakers against the Bears. Even if you think that winning the division is a fantasy, there’s still the issue of the wildcard. If the Bears want to be in that conversation, a win is essential. Here’s what I’m watching in this pivotal matchup:
Leading the charge for the physical battle will be Lions defensive tackle, Ndamukong Suh, who is notorious for his dirty play. Chicago Bears radio analyst Tom Thayer said the Bears should go shot for shot with Suh.
t will be a showdown in Motown on Monday night, when the Chicago Bears take on the undefeated Detroit Lions in the “2nd place in the NFC North” bowl.