Bears vs. Saints: Three Things To WatchThe Bears needed help to make the playoffs, but they’re on their own against the Saints. It’s a NFC Wild Card weekend showdown Sunday on CBS 2.
Chiefs-Saints Preview: New Orleans Has 'To Find A Way To Slow Down Kansas City,' Says CBS's Andrew CatalonCan the New Orleans Saints keep pace with Patrick Mahomes and the high-powered Kansas City Chiefs, or at least slow them down enough?
Bears' QB Mitchell Trubisky Sidelined By Shoulder Injury Suffered In Lone Play Against SaintsMitchell Trubisky's brief appearance last week was a painful one for the Chicago Bears' former starting quarterback.
Bears' Javon Wims Gets 2-Game Suspension From NFL For Punching Saints' Chauncey Garnder-JohnsonFollowing back-to-back losses for the Bears, receiver Javon Wims has now been handed a two-game suspension from the NFL.
Bears Rally At End Of Regulation, But Saints Nail Overtime Field Goal And Bears LoseDrew Brees threw two touchdowns to regain the NFL’s all-time lead from Tom Brady, Wil Lutz nailed a 35-yard field goal in overtime and the New Orleans Saints beat Chicago on Sunday.
Bears vs. New Orleans Saints: Three Things To WatchLook for more Cole Kmet. It feels like every week recently Matt Nagy has talked about getting the rookie tight end and St. Viator alum more involved. CBS 2's Matt Zahn thinks this is the week it finally happens.
Panthers-Saints Preview: Drew Brees And Co. Too Much For CarolinaThe Drew Brees-led Saints should overpower a Panthers team reliant on the rushing of Christian McCaffrey and desperate to stay in the playoff race.
Bears Trying To Block Out Outside Noise After Disappointing Performance Against New OrleansMatt Nagy says the blinders are up for the Bears as they try to block out all the outside noise and negativity coming off their worst performance in his tenure.
Former Bears Running Back Matt Forte Tells The Bears To RUN!The bad Bears loss to the Saints and complete lack of running game is on Matt Forte’s mind, and he has a little advice for the current team.
Chicago Bears vs. New Orleans Saints: What You Need To KnowThe Chicago Bears play host to the New Orleans Saints on Sunday, kickoff is 3:25 p.m. at Soldier Field.
A Tale Of Two QuarterbacksThe Saints are on a four game winning streak - all four of those games played without Drew Brees. While the Bears are trying to start a winning streak, with their starting quarterback Mitchell Trubisky hopefully coming back.