We’re inching closer to what really matters, and it has nothing to do with the games now.
This is sure to start some discussion.
Hall of Fame QB Troy Aikman talked on The Mully and Hanley Show Monday morning.
With a crushing divisional loss to the Vikings on Sunday, the Bears (8-5) have now dropped four of their last five games and continue to struggle to find any type of consistency on offense.
By now, it’s no secret: Jay Cutler is not as media-savvy as people may like.
With time winding down in the second quarter, Bears quarterback Jay Cutler was drilled by Texans linebacker Tim Dobbins, ultimately leading to Cutler’s exit from the game.
Jay Cutler’s time in Chicago has been rather up and down.
Troy Aikman won three Super Bowls for the Cowboys, but now, the Hall of Fame quarterback is questioning the passion of the Dallas fans base.
On a public front, the NFL screams its goal is centered around keeping its players as safe as possible.
If anyone is qualified to talk about the actions of Bears quarterback Jay Cutler, it’s three-time Super Bowl champion quarterback Troy Aikman.
As a person, Troy Aikman will tell you how great Mike Tice is, but as an offensive coordinator, that’s a different story.
Caleb Hanie has looked less than prepared, and the Bears are on a three-game losing streak since he took over. In the Bears 13-10 overtime loss to the Broncos, the defense gave up only one touchdown for the second straight week, yet the offense couldn’t muster up enough points to win.
Even with the Bears loss, Aikman still thinks Chicago can make the playoffs.
The running back makes up nearly 50 percent of the Bears total offense, and one NFL expert expects the Bears to lean heavily on Forte in Monday’s game against the Eagles.
For one NFL Hall of Famer and analyst, the Bears need to focus on one major thing as they prepare to take on the Eagles next Monday night — balance.
Troy Aikman made it pretty clear that he is not a fan of the NFL’s plans to expand overseas.
Should Devin Hester really be considered a legitimate Hall of Fame candidate? One Hall of Fame quarterback seems to think so.
Troy Aikman had one of the best views of the Bears’ 27-17 loss to the Packers, but he still can’t figure out how to fix the problems plaguing Chicago in all facets of the game.
By Tim Baffoe- (CBS) We get pretty used to our unusual sports personalities fairly quickly here in Chicago. Jim McMahon was a rebel who eventually was just the quarterback here. Dennis Rodman looked weird and […]
It certainly doesn’t take a football expert to realize the Bears’ offensive line played poorly in New Orleans Sunday, but at least one of those experts still thinks the unit can be good.