St. Louis Rams
With Week 11 upon us, contenders are starting to separate themselves from pretenders. There are a few heavyweight bouts in the Sunday and Monday night games, featuring four very physical teams. Here’s my take on how this weekend’s action is going to play out.
Week 10 features some intriguing matchups, none larger than the Sunday Night match-up at Soldier Field featuring two 7-1 squads.
The NFL is looking to create parity across the league, but 2012 is starting to look a lot like 2011.
Green Bay Packers beat St. Louis Rams 30 to 20.
Before the season, I wrote a guide to having a successful draft, and rule number six was to always draft your stud running back’s backup
If you think Matt Holliday’s slide into Marco Scutaro was bad, then you haven’t seen anything.
Here’s my take on how Week 4 will shake out.
Here are Jeff Joniak’s “Keys to the Game” for the Bears matchup against the Cowboys on Monday Night Football.
The stat line Bears second-year defensive tackle Stephen Paea put up against the Rams – 1 solo, .5 sacks, 1 tackle for loss, 1 quarterback hit – doesn’t accurately convey just how dominant he was. Paea was powerful, tenacious, relentless, showed tremendous hustle, and owned his gap all game.
Major Wright returned an interception 45 yards for a touchdown, and the Chicago Bears beat the St. Louis Rams 23-6 on Sunday.
Rams running back Steven Jackson will play Sunday against the Rams despite a groin injury.
After a dreadful Week 2 performance in Green Bay, the Bears will look to bounce back against the Rams Sunday at Solider Field.
It would be snobbish — not to mention cowardly — if I suggested we all park our opinions of the Bears and the NFL until there’s more evidence to evaluate in a few weeks.
When news broke the Bears had acquired Pro Bowl wide receiver Brandon Marshall, it was easy for Bears fans to dream about an aerial assault we’d never before seen in Chicago.
Check out Jeff Joniak’s “Keys to the Game” for the Bears matchup against the Rams on Sunday at Solider Field.
Finally! Peace and quiet around Halas Hall as the focus shifts to Sunday’s visit from the St. Louis.
No one will mistake the Rams for having a top-1o defense.
Pushed and shoved throughout a game he felt was “unprofessional” and “dirty,” Robert Griffin III finally heard the obvious from one of the St. Louis Rams defensive players.
Much has been made over Jay Cutler’s actions during the Bears-Packers game a week ago.
The role the St. Louis Rams are asking head coach Jeff Fisher to play reminds me a lot of Winston Wolf, Harvey Keitel’s character in Pulp Fiction.