Brian Urlacher’s indifference toward being honored by the Bears says a lot.
The Packers have filled some needs but still need a safety.
Bears fans, remember way back to the start of the season, when you were filled with happiness after that opening game win against Cincinnati? Facebook does, too.
The Minnesota Vikings are going to get hit with a tidal wave.
The Green Bay Packers overcame some significant injuries to win the NFC North and make the playoffs, but they still lost in the first round. Here is the story of their season.
To now continue to rail against Cutler is howling at the moon, tilting at windmills, typing in metaphors.
The Green Bay Packers have had trouble stopping the 49ers in their last two meetings. Now they have to try and beat them in the playoffs while facing injury issues on defense.
There are still a number of lingering questions that need to be answered if the Bears are going to continue working toward winning a Super Bowl.
The Green Bay Packers pulled off a huge win to make the playoffs, but now they have to face off with the San Francisco 49ers. They will have to work to prevent a repeat of what happened when these two met last season.
The mood at Halas Hall on Monday was not as gloomy as one might think.
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.
For those looking for a bright spot following the Bears’ crushing loss to the Packers on Sunday, look no further than the team’s draft position.
And just like that, the Lions have fired head coach Jim Schwartz.
Jay Cutler could cure cancer and would still not win people over because of his lack of warmth and fuzziness.
The Minnesota Vikings fired coach Leslie Frazier on Monday morning, one year after they made the playoffs and one day after they finished a 5-10-1 season.
Bears wide receiver Earl Bennett is still attending to a family matter back in Texas and the Bears are preparing for him to miss Sunday’s game against the Packers.
One win. Seven losses. Eight touchdowns. Seventeen interceptions.
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.