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Tribune staff reporterIf you're scoring at home, the Bears wound up their preseason with a 2-2 record. But questions remain as they head into the regular season next Sunday against the Cincinnati Bengals. In what resembled an old American Football League scoring...
Tribune staff reporterThe Bears' 17-6 victory over the world champion Los Angeles Raiders felt so good to them Sunday it seemed worth the bad. By Monday Morning, when the bruises have outlasted the celebration, the price may be more than they would like to pay, even though...
Tags: Mike Ditka, Health, Sports, Crimes, National Football League
Tribune staff writerThe Tampa Bay Buccaneers don`t know any better, and the Bears don`t know any worse. That`s the main reason the Bears stayed undefeated Sunday and the Bucs stayed winless by a score of 27-19. It was the closest the Bears have come this season to...
Tribune staff writerThe Bears hailed the 49ers as the best and flailed them like all the rest Sunday. By a score of 26-10, they staked their latest legitimate claim to the top of the National Football League. ``It`s only for a week, but we`re pretty good right now,`` said...
Tribune staff writerWhen Willie Gault took the opening kickoff from the Redskins Sunday, he handed off to linebacker Wilber Marshall on a reverse that backfired. The next time, he lost the ball in the sun and it luckily bounced through the end zone for a touchback. The...
Tribune staff reporterIf Walter Payton is slowing down, his fellow Bears aren`t gaining on him. For the second game in a row, the Bears played with one foot on the brake and one eye on the road, where they will open the playoffs if they don`t end their skid. The Seattle...
Tribune staff reporterThe Bears won the first half of the National Football League season Sunday and decided to look at it as half empty rather than half full. They did admit they aren't half bad after their 27-9 victory over the Vikings in Soldier Field. But on a day when...
Tribune staff reporterJim McMahon talked his way into the game and played his way into America's football consciousness Thursday night in one of the most dramatic quarterback performances in Bears' history. McMahon threw three touchdown passes in seven throws in the third...
Tags: Joe Namath, Television, Mike Ditka, Sports, Entertainment
Tribune staff reporterIt will be remembered as the best game you never saw. But the Bears are clearly one victory away from the Super Bowl after helping the error-plagued Philadelphia Eagles beat themselves 20-12 Saturday in an eerie National Football Conference semifinal...
Tribune staff reporterThe Bears thrilled the nation with their P-formation Monday night. William Perry turned the Green Bay Packer goal line into a launching pad for new football concepts, scoring the winning touchdown in a 23-7 victory that kept the Bears undefeated. The...
Tribune staff reporterJim McMahon limped off the field with a sore ankle two plays before the finish of his best pro passing performance Monday night, leaving the Bears without the magic they needed to pull out a fourth straight game. John Elway overcame McMahon`s first 300-...
Tribune staff reporterWalter Payton could have been a great fighter, too. Fortunately for the Bears, he reminded everyone Sunday that it still takes great players to win football games. Payton`s 27-yard touchdown run with 10:31 to play beat the Green Bay Packers 16-10 and...
Tags: Mike Ditka, Radio Industry, Sports, Forrest Gregg, Football
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