Nothing like a lethal cocktail of bad and stupid to turn a record into a footnote.
Opponents are taking advantage of common problems that are easy to see on film.
For the second straight week, the Bears came out flat, except this time there was no comeback.
Hoping the other team fumbles is not a strategy.
Bears left tackle Jermon Bushrod will see a lot of Robert Quinn on Sunday in St. Louis
Pro Bowl nose tackle Haloti Ngata is inactive for the Ravens, no doubt a break for the Bears on a day where running the football will be important.
The Bears’ offense might be impacted Sunday a by two injuries that popped up mid-week.
It may look serious, but the Bears insist the hard cast on Jay Cutler’s left ankle is “precautionary” and is just a common way to stabilize it while the injury heals.
As expected. Jay Cutler will start at quarterback against the Lions, while Shea McClellin sits out with a hamstring injury.
By Jeff Joniak- OFFENSE: RESILIENCY Josh McCown ran the Bears offense beautifully over the last six quarters and earned team-wide praise for it. However, Jay Cutler is cleared to return and will start against […]
The injury couldn’t come at a worse time for McClellin, who tallied three sacks Monday night against the Packers.
Adam Hoge breaks down the film from Monday night’s win over the Packers and singles out the best and worst performances.
Last week, had you seen the headline, ‘Shea McClellin Wins NFC Defensive Player Of The Week Honors,’ you probably would’ve thought you were reading The Onion.
After dropping six straight in Lambeau Field and six straight to the Packers, the Bears were able to grind out a 27-20 win, creating a three-way tie atop the NFC North.
At least the Bears defense can say that it made its own luck.
Josh McCown won the battle of the backups after Aaron Rodgers was hurt, getting lots of help from Brandon Marshall and Matt Forte to give the Chicago Bears a 27-20 win over the Green Bay Packers on Monday night.
Adam Hoge reviews the first seven games of the season by providing his overall performance grades.
No matter who you talk to on the defensive side of the football — from coaches to players — you hear the same two words in regards to the struggles of the Bears’ defensive line.
There’s no getting around the fact that the Bears’ defensive line has underwhelmed this season.
Bears defensive end Shea McClellin had his name misspelled on the back of his jersey in Sunday’s game against the Minnesota Vikings. His name has been spelled “McCellin.”