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We put our Twitter followers to the test before every Bears game. Here are this week's question and answer: Question: How many 24-packs of beer would it take to equal the weight of every offensive lineman on the Bears' active roster? (Final answer...
If Mike Tice went home last Sunday night looking for consolation after a game-winning two-minute drive saved the day for his sleep-inducing offense in a victory over the Panthers, he didn't find it from his wife. "Like Diane said, 'What did you do in...
Tags: Chilo Rachal, Lovie Smith, Chicago Bears, Mike Martz, Football
It was not a performance that offered conclusive answers when it comes to Jay Cutler, his line and the Bears offense. But the Bears are in no position to worry themselves with style points. Ten days after a meltdown of more than just the offense at...
This will not take another stab at analyzing last week's antics of your favorite Chicago boor. This will not quote another Hall of Fame player or Bears teammate criticizing Jay Cutler for comportment unbecoming a franchise quarterback. This will not...
By the end of Thursday's 23-10 beating in Green Bay, Bears quarterback Jay Cutler had completed his worst public relations meltdown since the loss to the Packers in the NFC title game when the club failed to announce the nature of the knee injury that...
GREEN BAY — It's one thing to block the Colts, without Dwight Freeney and with the comforts of playing at home. It's quite another to block the Packers, with Clay Matthews and the thunder that some 70,000 lathered-up Cheesies can create. The...
Tags: B.J. Raji, Jonathan Scott, Chilo Rachal, Erik Walden, Mike Tice
Jay Cutler was speaking honestly. Maybe that’s why it was so jarring. On the first “Jay Day’’ of the regular season, Cutler stepped to the podium at Halas Hall on Wednesday and said, yeah, the Bears have all kinds of shiny new...
Tribune ReporterTen thoughts on the Chicago Bears after their 20-17 exhibition victory Friday night over the New York Giants in East Rutherford, N.J. 1. Lovie Smith always has said that it's hard to make final roster cuts, with plenty of hard decisions in the process....
We should not get too excited or upset about anything we see on a football field before the start of the regular season, with the possible exception of the Democratic National Convention at the Panthers' stadium. But it is a tad concerning that the...
Mike Tice could have used Sunday's post-practice media session as a forum to announce his starting left tackle. He didn't. Instead, the Bears offensive coordinator updated the state of the line, as a whole, coming off Friday's crucial third exhibition...
Tags: Michael Bush, Mike Tice, Chris Williams, J'Marcus Webb, Football
If you're passing on Friday night's Bears-Giants game, I don't blame you. Summer is evaporating and it makes sense to enjoy these final weekends before the leaves change colors. For the Bears, however, this glorified scrimmage is the biggest day since...
Sixth in a 14-part series leading up to the start of Bears training camp. The further the Bears get away from their appearance in Super Bowl XLI, the better the offensive line for that team, built almost exclusively through pro free agency, looks. It...
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