Sitting at 10-4, with two games left to be played, the Bears are in a great position to make a deep run into the playoffs. But just a few months ago, did anyone see this coming?
Julius peppers was named the NFC Defensive Player of the Month for his performance in the four Bears’ wins in November. Jay Cutler also received an award for his performance against the Philadelphia Eagles.
Earlier this month in his weekly Sports Illustrated Q&A, Dan Patrick posed the question to Brian Urlacher, “Best team in the NFC now?”
Over the past few games, the Bears’ formula to success has been a dominating defense and a balanced offense. While this is similar to the 2006 team, Brad Biggs explains why this team is much different defensively.
One thing that I believe Bears fans are forgetting following a 17-14 loss at the hands of the Washington Redskins is the Bears are still in first place in their division. Really! I’m serious! Check […]
Many Bears fans are beginning to doubt whether or not the team will be able to manage more the six wins this season. Dan Pompei, for one, feels like things are better than most people would think.
By ANDREW SELIGMAN, AP Sports Writer LAKE FOREST, Ill. (AP) Jay Cutler was a little bruised and banged up days after taking some shots during the Chicago Bears’ win over Green Bay on Monday night. […]
I was all but sure that last night’s performance would help me figure out how good this Bears team actually is. The outcome tells me they are the NFC’s only undefeated, and that they have […]
After gaining 201 total yards on Sunday, Matt Forte has been named the NFC Offensive Player of the Week. Forte ran for 51 yards and added 151 receiving yards that included touchdown receptions of 89 […]