The beginning and end of the 2010 Chicago Bears’ season look like complete opposites. And the defining change during the season took place during a week the Bears didn’t play.
This time of year everyone wants to talk about who deserves what awards, and many debates arise. For the Bears, the MVP of the defense is simple…it’s the defense.
The Chicago Bears are hoping to play better in the frigid weather against the Vikings than they did against the Patriots. The Bears defense know they need to get turnovers and haven’t been able to accomplish this in two weeks. They also know they could face QB Joe Webb and have been preparing to stop Adrian Peterson.
Apparently one storm wasn’t enough of a beating for the Chicago Bears and their fans on Sunday. Like a great prize fighter, Mother Nature unleashed a vicious one-two combo of blistering winds and steady snowfall upon the unfortunate souls inside Soldier Field.
Tom Brady is putting together a MVP-caliber season. And despite the expected weather conditions for Sunday’s game, stopping the Patriots’ quarterback will be no easy task for the Bears’ defense.
Remember all the worries about Urlacher’s health during training camp? Just two weeks ago he broke Mike Singletary’s career franchise record for tackles. Brian Urlacher is healthy and helping the Bears make their push for the playoffs. LISTEN: TOM THAYER AND JOSH LISS
It’s easy to call Lovie Smith stubborn. But if you do so, you have to admit his stubbornness is paying off this year. While the Bears failed to make the playoffs the last three seasons, […]
By Jeff Joniak– Offense: Control the Clock Like the Bears did in Miami, it is wise at this point to control the clock in order to quiet down the high scoring Eagles offense. It’s asking […]
Not too long ago, Lovie Smith seemed primed to be forced out of Chicago. Now, that doesn’t seem as likely.
A large part of the 7-3 season for the Bears has been the stellar play of the defense. While the offense has been inconsistent, the defense has dominated in nearly every game.
Rod Marinelli has done many things in his career. He won a Super Bowl in Tampa Bay. He spent three years as a head coach in Detroit. He is considered to be one of the […]
With training camp opening up tomorrow what better time to take an early look at the Bears and some of the story lines we can expect to be hearing a lot about. It would be […]
Friday July 30th is nearly a week away and marks the beginning of the 2010 Chicago Bears Training Camp. This years’ camp will no doubt have many story lines to talk about and follow closely […]