If that was the “get well” game many expected for the Bears, we can conclude that the patient is still in need of observation.
Manning may have only one Super Bowl ring, but he doesn’t have to take a back seat to many. Perhaps Joe Montana, John Elway and Dan Marino.
The debate is old and tireless: where does Jay Cutler rank as a quarterback in today’s NFL? It generally ends with both parties agreeing to disagree on exactly where Cutler ranks, but no one ranks him outside the top 11 or 12.
Steve “Mongo” McMichael already has a Super Bow ring, so why not run for mayor?
Steve McMichael, who was a fan favorite as a member of Super Bowl-winning Chicago Bears, wants to add the word “mayor” to his resume.
Now, unless there is an unforeseen performance from Webb, Williams or a scrapheap left tackle that doesn’t appear to actually exist, chances seem slim that the Bears’ 26-year championship drought will end this fall.
The Bears earned the name Monster of the Midway, but with Jay Cutler and Brandon Marshall, the 2012 Bears have something to brag about on offense, as well.
With the acquisition of Pro Bowl wide receiver Brandon Marshall, the Bears seemingly have a complete offensive attack.
As players arrived Tuesday at Olivet Nazarene University, the excitement of a promising 2012 season was already building with all the talk about high expectations put on the Bears by fans and the media.*
Now, the pressure rests on head coach Lovie Smith to win with what the GM has gotten him.
Boston Uses Confetti Cannons Purchased For Patriots Super Bowl Parade For Its 4th Of July Celebration
Word broke Wednesday afternoon that the city of Boston will use the same confetti cannons purchased in anticipation for the Patriots Super Bowl parade to entertain its citizen for the Fourth of July.
This Bears minicamp media blitz, however, is maddening. It’s got me worried about those in my fraternity.
With an improved offense and Pro Bowl-caliber defense, one Bears expert said the 2012 Bears would stack up well against the 2006 Bears.
670 The Score’s Brian Hanley tries to bring sports fans back to earth amid Thursday’s discussion about a potential Super Bowl at Soldier Field.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel wants Chicago to host a Super Bowl at Soldier Field, and he joked about taking some drastic measures to get what he wants.
We still know little about Phil Emery, but the guy knows how to buy himself the benefit of the doubt, and quickly.
A high school in Aurora has a new football coach with a super background with a legendary team, as well as a super-big job ahead of him.
(WSCR) Before the start of Super Bowl XXV, Whitney Houston stole the show. In the wake of her sudden death, check out the video below of Houston’s unforgettable rendition of the National Anthem.
You can guarantee that if Indianapolis was awarded a Super Bowl and, jeez, Detroit was awarded a Super Bowl, Chicago – the Midwest’s biggest and best city – would absolutely be awarded one.
It’s rare that a cause inspires me to add my name to an online petition.