The Chicago Bears are one of the teams that many NFL observers are feeling good about with the season about five weeks away from starting.
Garza earned his first-ever Pro Bowl selection when he was chosen to be an alternate for the NFC’s squad.
There’s no use looking back now. The 2011 season is over and it’ time to start preparing for the future.
Bears center Roberto Garza has won a two-year contract extension, and will remain with the team through 2013, the team confirmed Tuesday.
t will be a showdown in Motown on Monday night, when the Chicago Bears take on the undefeated Detroit Lions in the “2nd place in the NFC North” bowl.
After Lovie Smith and Mike Martz said all week that the Bears would be more balanced against the Packers, Cutler threw the ball 37 times and running back Matt Forte had just nine carries.
It certainly doesn’t take a football expert to realize the Bears’ offensive line played poorly in New Orleans Sunday, but at least one of those experts still thinks the unit can be good.
Offensive football can feel like it’s so complicated. Especially when you’re dealing with the intricacies of Mike Martz’s offense, but it really comes down to one thing: can you protect your quarterback?
Laurence Holmes takes your Bears questions every week in his mailbag.
It’s still nowhere near perfect, but the Bears’ offensive line certainly looked better against the Giants Monday night. Here’s a look at how I saw the offensive line play from left to right.
The Bears surpised the NFL Saturday when they chose to kick from the 30-yard line on two kickoffs in the first half.
The Bears’ offensive line has had a spotlight on it for over a year now and Saturday night’s performance against the Bills did nothing to change that.
The mailbag heats up this week as the Bears get ready for their first preseason game against the Buffalo Bills Saturday.
There’s still over a month until the Bears open their season against the Atlanta Falcons, but Bears offensive line coach knows who he wants to start in front of Jay Cutler Sept. 11 at Solider Field.
It never felt right that a shaky offensive line seemed so desperate to retain a mediocre center.
Laurence Holmes has a complete recap of the first day of Bears training camp in Bourbonnais.
The Bears are finally giving Jay Cutler some protection after changing up the rotation several times due to player performance and injuries. They finally have the right mix.
Let me first say that I’m against the Thursday Night Game. I think it’s unfair to players. Usually guys don’t start feeling normal again until Wednesday.
Time is everything, especially when you’re a quarterback in a Mike Martz offense. The more time Cutler has had to throw the ball the better the results have been and the more his confidence has grown.
Chicago Bears’ Olin Kreutz is on a streak of 126 straight starts and that doesn’t look like it will be broken against the Vikings Sunday. Kreutz had missed practice Wednesday and Thursday due to a pulled hamstring.