Hoge: In 'All-In' Year, Paea Appreciating New CoachesHand technique is a major focus for Stephen Paea and his mates on the defensive line.
Hoge: Tucker May Have To Adjust Defensive Style AgainFor years, some Bears fans have complained about the boring Cover-2 defense.
Tucker Named Bears' Defensive Coordinator Mel Tucker previously worked as the defensive coordinator for the Jaguars.
Hoge: Everything You Need To Know From Trestman's First DayAdam Hoge breaks down what you need to know about what was learned at Halas Hall Thursday.
Marinelli, Most Assistant Coaches Not Returning To BearsRod Marinelli will not be the Bears' defensive coordinator under new head coach Marc Trestman.
Marinelli, Other Assistants Could Stay On Trestman's StaffNow that the Bears have their new head coach, the attention will quickly shift to the staff Marc Trestman hires.
Hoge's Grades: Bears Defense Lost The Game TwiceAdam Hoge grades the Bears following their 23-17 overtime loss to the Seattle Seahawks Sunday.
Notebook: Campbell Didn't Get 'A Fair Shot' But Cutler's Outlook Is Good
Hoge's Grades: Harbaugh Punks Bears Coaching StaffAdam Hoge grades the Bears following the 49ers' 32-7 thumping of the Bears at Candlestick Park Monday night.
Hoge's Grades: Tillman, Marinelli Deserve Multiple Awards NowIf Rod Marinelli doesn't win Assistant Coach Of The Year, then they need to get rid of the award.
Joniak's Journal: Tillman, Jennings The New 'Monsters Of The Midway'?When I think of a physical defense, I think of linebackers, pass rushers, and safeties playing with reckless abandon. Not cornerbacks.
Hoge's Grades: Why Are The Bears Messing With Devin Hester Again?Here are Adam Hoge's grades following the Bears' good, but sometimes ugly 13-6 win over the Lions Monday night.
Bernstein: Lovie's 'D' May Be Better Than EverThis all starts with Lovie Smith. It’s his philosophy, his culture, his kind of players, his results.
Hoge's Grades: Bears Offense Still A Work In ProgressHere are Adam Hoge's grades following the Bears' 23-6 win over the Rams Sunday.
Bernstein: 'Well?' Not Quite YetIf that was the “get well” game many expected for the Bears, we can conclude that the patient is still in need of observation.