Jackson or Spiller? Asiata or McKinnon? Bell or Bush? Adam Harris has answers.
Sadly, in some circles whipping children is viewed as commonplace.
This guilt-by-association narrative surrounding DeSean Jackson is ridiculous.
Anybody involved in the Bears’ efforts to run the ball can wear this one.
Just six days ago, Bears head coach Marc Trestman was the toast of the town after a gutsy 4th-and-1 conversion that helped seal a victory against the Green Bay Packers.
Calvin Johnson had two second-half touchdown receptions, Reggie Bush rushed for 105 yards and the Detroit Lions beat Jay Cutler and the Chicago Bears 21-19 on Sunday in a key matchup of NFC North rivals.
The Bears played a ton of nickel Sunday, leaving their middle linebacker off the field.
ime 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.
After a drama-free 3-0 start to the season, one major question remained about Bears’ first-year head coach Marc Trestman.
After three efficient performances, quarterback Jay Cutler took a step back in the Bears first loss of the 2013 season.
That sour taste is back. The Bears just refluxed.
Reggie Bush’s 37-yard touchdown run helped Detroit score 27 points in the second quarter and he accounted for 173 yards of offense to help the Lions beat the Chicago Bears 40-32 on Sunday.
Reggie Bush is healthy and will be a key weapon the Bears have to stop.
It’s hard to understand why the Lions haven’t made finding a second receiver a bigger priority.
Every year around this time, I find myself getting asked the same question over and over again from people who know I enjoy football. “So, who do you like this season?”
If you draft at the end of the first round, no doubt you have lost sleep thinking about which direction you will go.
While announcing a highlight of a Reggie Bush touchdown run on FOX NFL Sunday this past weekend, analyst Terry Bradshaw made a comment that, on the surface, appeared to have racial undertones.
While describing a Reggie Bush touchdown run during FOX NFL Sunday yesterday, analyst Terry Bradshaw had one of those moments he’d probably like back.
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The NCAA conducted over 80 interviews, four former players admitted to receiving improper benefits, and Cecil Newton came clean about shopping his son to the highest-bidder (roughly $200,000) for his football services. Then, 13 long months later, the boobs in Indianapolis could find no wrongdoing by Auburn University?