What needs to the Bears have right now? Adam Hoge looks at the holes on the Bears’ depth chart.
It’s a new day in the NFL, one that seriously brings into question the importance of defense.
It may have happened against the worst defense in the NFL, but not surprisingly, the Bears graded out very well in their 45-28 win over the Dallas Cowboys Monday night.
The Bears will be without starting strong safety Major Wright Sunday against the Vikings as he was officially ruled inactive with a hamstring injury.
The Bears’ quarterback will not play against the Vikings, however.
No one can blame Jay Cutler for not wanting to talk about DeAngelo Hall, the Redskins cornerback who picked him off four times in one game back in 2010.
With a few extra days to rest and recuperate, Charles Tillman and Stephen Paea both should be ready to return to the lineup for the Bears’ next game against the Redskins on Sunday.
Despite playing through injuries the last four games, Bears cornerback Charles Tillman will not play against the Giants Thursday night
A short week could leave the Bears shorthanded Thursday night against the Giants.
The Bears had to fit three days of work into a nine-hour work day Tuesday as they prepare for Thursday night’s game against the Giants at Soldier Field.
The Bears depth at defensive tackle took another hit Sunday morning when Stephen Paea was declared inactive against the Saints.
How do you prevent Jimmy Graham, Darren Sproles and Marques Colston from beating you?
Martellus Bennett isn’t really concerned about the success Jimmy Graham is having in New Orleans.
A number of key players were held out of practice Wednesday, but Bears head coach Marc Trestman expects all of them to be fine for Sunday’s game against the New Orleans Saints at Soldier Field.
After three efficient performances, quarterback Jay Cutler took a step back in the Bears first loss of the 2013 season.
That sour taste is back. The Bears just refluxed.
Adam Hoge reviews the film and provides his observations from the Bears’ win.
Bears left tackle Jermon Bushrod returned to practice Monday on a limited basis, exactly one week after suffering a calf injury in the second padded practice of training camp.
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.
Through three games of the 2012 season, the Bears defense is proving that it’s still good enough to win this year and, maybe more importantly, the future might not be as dire as it seems.