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If the Bears can’t play the Cardinals again, then they get perhaps the best opponent for their half of a must-win/then-pray Sunday to decide their postseason fate. I mean, do you know how bad the Lions are? Bad enough to lose 38-10 to the...
I can't describe how spectacular the Bears defense was in nearly shutting out the Lions. I don't know if anybody can. But running down that unit's heroics Monday night should be stunning enough. In the first quarter, with the Lions third-and-1 at their...
Who says Tom Brady isn't a great scrambler? The Patriots quarterback was scrambling all over the New England sideline Sunday in Buffalo, frantically searching for his missing helmet before his team's first possession of the third quarter. He couldn't...
The blog for people who don’t have all day to read blogs: Bulls players faced adversity in the third quarter of Game 2 of their playoff series against Philadelphia --- the first time they faced a hard playoff test coming at them since Derrick...
Welcome to the bipolar world of ACC football. In the last five-plus weeks, the conference has basked in a sold-out title game, its first Bowl Championship Series at-large bid and a NFL wild-card round that showcased many of the league's former headliners....
Word is, safety Brandon Meriweather is a Bear because Bill Belichick believes he freelances too much on the field. It also has been said that Meriweather piles up hangers-on the way he piles up interceptions, perhaps to the point that his posse has a...
I think I know why the Chicago Bears blow so many timeouts on offense: Jay Cutler has to get the play from the guy on the sideline, but first, the guy on the sideline has to get it from Mike Martz in the booth, but before that, Martz has to get it from...
They can’t stop the run. They can’t pressure with their front four. They can’t get home on the blitz. They can’t get their safeties to play safety. The Bears’ defense looks done. The Bears’ offense, of course, started...
Tags: Basketball, Lovie Smith, Adam Podlesh, Chicago Bears, Football
Charles Tillman stepped in front of yet another horrible pass by Detroit quarterback Matthew Stafford, grabbed the ball and raced 45 yards. See ya. Later. Ballgame, even though almost half the ballgame remained. Tillman’s score marked the Bears&...
Tags: Mike Tice, Tim Tebow, Matthew Stafford, Chicago Bears, Football
Sorry, but this should’ve been easier. The Bears should’ve handled the Chargers with a lot less worry. The Bears shouldn’t have allowed it to become a game into the fourth quarter. Maybe that’s a reflection of how strong I think...
Eagles InsidersQB: This position of course is the million dollar question for the Eagles this offseason. Michael Vick is likely to be cut, although there remains a possibility that he could take a pay cut to stay with the team. Personally,......
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