One former Bears quarterback thinks the team’s offensive line is the best in the division.
Since that debacle in Detroit, the Bears offensive line has come together. The team has one three straight games, and the Bears didn’t surrender a single sack in their last win over the Eagles.
Cutler’s been sacked more than any quarterback in the NFL since being traded the Bears in 2009, but on Monday night against the Eagles, his offensive line protected him better than they had in months.
Jay Cutler can’t possibly be too thrilled when he lines up behind the five offensive linemen the Bears continue to trot onto the field week in and week out.
After being drafted by the Chicago Bears, Gabe Carimi made the quick transition form a Green Bay Packers fan. There’s one more transition he needs to make, and like all NFL rookies, that might take a while.
With Wisconsin’s Gabe Carimi still on the board when the Bears were on the clock with the 29th overall pick, it seemed like an enormous opportunity (literally) and a natural fit.
After hours of waiting, Gabe Carimi heard his name called at the 29th pick of the 2011 NFL Draft. And the 6’7″ 314-pound, Cottage Grove, WI native couldn’t be more excited to be headed to Chicago.
With the 29th overall pick in the NFL Draft, the Chicago Bears selected offensive tackle Gabe Carimi from the University of Wisconsin.
This is the third in a series of mock drafts for the Chicago Bears leading up to the NFL Draft, which begins Thursday night.
As the 2011 NFL Draft approaches, it’s no secret that the Chicago Bears need to do something to provide protection for staring quarterback Jay Cutler.
The Chicago Bears have their draft board all ready to go for the 29th pick of April 28th’s Draft, but don’t be surprised if the team ends up trading down.
The Chicago Bears desperately need help along the offensive line if they want to pickup where they left off last season. But don’t be surprised if the team goes after more than one player to bolster that group.
With less than a month until the NFL Draft, the Chicago Bears are still evaluating players in the draft, and on their roster, to find the best draft day strategy.
With the NFL Draft just over a month away, the Chicago Bears’ draft board and strategy are probably still undergoing some fine-tuning.
With the uncertainty of free agency and little cap room to work with, the majority of the upgrades for the Chicago Bears will likely have to come from April’s NFL Draft.
Gabe Carimi was the best offensive lineman on arguably the best offensive line in all of college football last year. And he might also be the best option for protecting Jay Cutler.
Maurkice Pouncey was a Pro-Bowl selection for the Pittsburgh Steelers as a rookie. His twin brother Mike, could be a draft prospect for the Chicago Bears at the end of the first round.
Halas Hall needs a “help wanted” sign hanging from the windows starting this week and up to the 2011 NFL Draft in April.
The success of the 2010 Chicago Bears came as a surprise. While some expected five or six wins this year, there were others who expected less. Next season, however, the starting expectations will reflect the 2010 season.
The Chicago Bears running game didn’t receive many accolades during the regular season. But the way Matt Forte and the offensive line have played as of late, it might be time to starting giving them some.