Super Bowl XLV kicks off Sunday between the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Green Bay Packers. With nine Super Bowl titles between the two teams, you can bet this will be an intense game.
Chicago isn’t the only city dealing with unusually harsh winter weather. When New York was announced as the host city for the 2014 Super Bowl people were concerned about the cold. That same concern has risen about Dallas.
Normally Mondays aren’t the best day of the week. A Monday in Chicago following a Bears loss to the Packers in the NFC Championship game can be painful.
The Chicago Bears and the Green Bay Packers’ defenses rank among the best in the league in most major defensive categories. But could you argue that the Bears have the better defense?
There was only one team that the Bears knew, going into the weekend’s games, that they couldn’t face in the second round, that was the Packers. But if there was also one team they were hoping to play, that was probably the Seahawks.
No quarterback in Bears’ history has put together a better two-year stretch than Jay Cutler has in his first two season in Chicago. But, Cutler has no playoff experience in his five-year NFL career.
The Bears will be in the playoffs, this much we know. But, their exact seeding is still up in the air, and could see significant change over the course of the NFL’s final week.
A lot was made of all of the assets that the Bears gave up to get Jay Cutler. There was even people, who not too long ago, would rather have Kyle Orton leading the team.
A four-point victory over the Detroit Lions wasn’t what many people were expecting out of the Bears after winning four-straight games. But the important thing to remember is that it was a victory.
The Bears have invested a lot in Jay Cutler, both monetarily and in terms of what it took to get him. Because of that big investment it was important to get the right coach for him.
When the Bears started their season not many people had high expectations for them, because of that, they haven’t received much respect. But a win over the Philadelphia Eagles would change the opinion of the Bears.
Hall-of-Fame quarterback Troy Aikman joined the Mully & Hanley Show as he does every Monday and weighed in on how good he thinks the Bears really are.
The Bears had a much more balanced offense on Sunday, something many Bears fans have been hoping to see for some time now. Troy Aikman joined the Mully and Hanley Show to talk about what that balance means for the Bears.
Jay Cutler has all of the physical tools necessary to be an elite quarterback in the NFL. However, Troy Aikman feels that he is still trying to fully pick up the Martz offense.
The jury might still be out on the Bears in 2010, but former Dallas Cowboys QB and current FOX NFL Commentator, Troy Aikman feels like there is reason to be optimistic. Aikman joined The Score’s […]
By JAIME ARON, AP Pro Football Writer ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) Jay Cutler can’t lose. Tony Romo can’t win. What a surprise for both the Chicago Bears and Dallas Cowboys. Cutler threw three touchdown passes and […]