Tampa Bay Buccaneers
On the heels of the Bears win in London, linebacker Lance Briggs was named NFC Defensive Player of the Week.
The Bears may have returned from London, but could they be going back?
Former Bears quarterback Jim joined The McNeil and Spiegel Show to discuss Mike Martz, Jay Cutler and the rest of the Chicago Bears after their 24-18 win over the Bucs in London.
After the Bears defeated the Bucs 24-18 in London on Sunday, Bears expert Hub Arkush had several revelations regarding the state of the 2011 Chicago Bears.
Hall of Famer Dan Hampton joined The Mully and Hanley Show on Monday morning to discuss the Bears win in London.
With Matt Forte surpassing the 1000-yard mark of total yards through seven games this season, the contract-extension talks will most certainly follow.
After leaving Sunday’s game early with a chest injury, Bears return man Devin Hester practiced without limitations Thursday and Friday, and appears ready to start in Sunday’s game.
The Bears left Chicago on Thursday night and arrived Friday around noon London time as they prepare to take on the Buccaneers at Wembley Stadium.
As Tampa Bay continues to fight through the growing pains, the Bears may have a slight advantage as the two teams travel to London to play the NFL’s ninth game ever played outside of US soil.
The Bears take their longest road trip of the season, to play a real football match in Wembley Stadium. It’s the end of an era for Donovan McNabb, and the beginning of an era in Minnesota and Denver. Outside of a few games, there are several lopsided match-ups on the Week 7 docket. Here’s my take on how everything will shake out with my predictions, my juggernaut games of the week, and my “juggernot lames of the weak”:
Devin Hester didn’t practice with Bears on Wednesday as a chest inury that took him out of Sunday’s game prematurely continues to bother him.
The Bears take a trip across the pond to merry old England and will have a go against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Here’s what you need to know about this week’s opponent.
While most of our focus is on the Bears and Vikings “3rd Place in the NFC North” bowl on Sunday night, there will be twelve other games played this weekend.
Steve Breaston scored a couple times last week, which is almost unfortunate because it makes him an obvious waiver target this week. Since Jamaal Charles’ injury, Steve Breaston has gone from two targets a game to six.
It’s a must-win for the Bears this weekend, and I think the Panthers will put up more of a fight than people expect.
Yes, it is Bears-Packers week, but believe it or not there are 15 other games to be played this weekend. Here’s my take on how the NFL’s Week 3 will shake out with my predictions, my juggernaut games of the week, and my “juggernot lames of the weak”:
Scoreboard operators were busy replacing light bulbs this week after an astounding 752 points were tallied in Week 1. Will the fireworks continue this weekend? Here’s my take on how the NFL’s Week 2 will shake out with my predictions and my juggernaut games of the week and my juggernot lames of the week:
I’m not sure there are three words better than: football is back! Here’s my take on how the NFL’s Week 1 will shake out with my predictions and my juggernaut games of the week and my juggernot lames of the week.
The Bears will take to the field at Wembley Stadium in London for a game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in October, assuming the ongoing labor dispute doesn’t alter the NFL season.
The Chicago Bears were hoping to take the No. 1 seed in the playoffs and two games determined this happening. They needed the Carolina Panthers to upset the Atlanta Falcons and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to beat or tie the New Orleans Saints. Atlanta spoiled this for the Bears before Chicago even took the field against Green Bay.