We take a closer look at some of the reasons why the Bears offense has regressed in 2014.
Bears center Roberto Garza played his 200th career game on Sunday.
It can’t get worse for Chicago, so what’s the worst that can happen with Brandon Marshall speaking up?
The Bears’ linebacking corps has been hit hard by injury.
Jeremiah Ratliff is recovering from a concussion.
Briggs, Williams, Bostic and McClellin all sat out Wednesday’s practice.
The Bears are playing their third different offensive line combination in 2014.
Plus, more on Kyle Fuller’s big September and Ka’Deem Carey’s spin move.
Jermon Bushrod has a knee injury, and his status for Sunday is unclear.
Plus, the Bears need to turn it around at Soldier Field or risk missing the playoffs.
Allen’s streak of 113 consecutive starts has been snapped.
Establishing the run takes on more importance Sunday night, Jay Cutler says.
Josh Morgan sat out too, leaving Chicago thin at receiver.
Brandon Marshall and Alshon Jeffery are “day-to-day,” Marc Trestman says.
Chicago needs depth after injuries to Matt Slauson and Roberto Garza.
It seemed so methodical, like the Bears could do no wrong.
Briggs being slow, Conte being bad, Jay still being Jay, Tucker coaching — we have it all.
Given what lies ahead for the Bears in the season’s first half, the opener is crucial.
At most, only six of the 53 players who make the Bears roster with be from the previous regime.
Potential can be “a great compliment or huge insult,” Bears guard Matt Slauson said.