There’s plenty of blame to go around for the Detroit Lions’ fall from the NFC North driver’s seat to a Week 17 game with no playoff implications.
Jim Schwartz’s emotions have gotten the best of him at least a few times publicly as coach of the Detroit Lions.
Question: Is former No. 1 overall draft pick Matthew Stafford a bust? Answer: Sure he is.
The Bears set several standards of futility in their 54-11 loss to the Eagles Sunday evening.
Even if a game doesn’t matter much in the standings, the Philadelphia Eagles don’t take nights off.
For the NFC North, it’s all on the line this Sunday at Soldier Field.
Delusions of grandeur danced in the back of your mind like so many sugarplum fairies. Admit it.
Bears fans have come to know their first-year coach is one who is willing to take risks.
Depending on what happens late Sunday afternoon in Detroit and Green Bay, Bears head coach Marc Trestman may elect to rest some key starters against the Eagles on Sunday night.
For the first time in weeks, the Bears sit atop the NFC North in the AP’s NFL Power Rankings.
By winning back-to-back games for the first time since September, the Bears have greatly increased their chances of making the playoffs.
Matt Flynn is the backup trying to keep Green Bay in playoff contention until the franchise quarterback returns.
Nothing like a lethal cocktail of bad and stupid to turn a record into a footnote.
Devin Hester’s 2006 trip to St. Louis was one his best games as pro and one of his worst.
Josh McCown credited the unseen hand of divine power.
Jay Cutler can’t win for losing.
So come along and let’s point and laugh at some of these precious souls who actually verbalized their assumptions or desires for the Chicago Bears to sign either Brett Favre or Tim Tebow.
One of the most dangerous aspects of the Bears may just be also the simplest.
It’s going to be important for the Bears to open their season with two straight home wins.
After Week 1, the Bears are 1-0 and in a tie for first place in the NFC North.