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BOURBONNAIS — Find me a player in the NFL that isn't thinking about the end of training camp or jumping in their car to head back home. This stuff stinks. You miss your wife or your girlfriend or your dog. You don't shave, and you wear the same...
Going into Bears versus Texans, many thought the most important game within the game was the Bears offensive line against the Texans' pass rush. Well, a review of the tape shows the Bears won that battle convincingly but still lost the war. Give...
As we continue to peel away the calendar pages — only 12 days left — until the Bears arrive in Bourbonnais, the assignment is determining the 10 most important players in 2012. Let's first establish the criteria for "important." To me, it...
When the Lions and their fans look at how dominating the Bears defense and its scheme has been, they have to think, "That should have been us." In 2006, Matt Millen hired Rod Marinelli as head coach of the Lions. Then in 2008, the Lions became the...
Tags: Jay Cutler, Chicago Bears, Brian Kelly, Football, Lance Briggs
The wide receivers took the bows and the cornerbacks got the high-fives, but the Bears won their opener Sunday because they beat the Colts in the trenches. The play of the Bears offensive line was particularly eye-opening. And no one played better on...
As Julius Peppers entered the locker room, he spoke for nearly everyone in the organization and probably its fan base when he exclaimed, "Winning ugly." It trumps the alternative -- being on the losing side of an ugly win. The Bears rebounded from a...
Contrary to the convenient but lazy local narrative being retold all week, Bears 2008 first-round draft bust Chris Williams didn't get former general manager Jerry Angelo fired. Not as much as Caleb Hanie did. If Hanie had played as well replacing Jay...
Tags: Jerry Angelo, Chicago Bears, Major Wright, Lance Louis, Football
Julius Peppers hung out in the Gold Coast neighborhood following Sunday’s game at Soldier Field, just like he did after the Bears’ previous home game. The Bears defensive end, who dined at Gibsons Bar & Steakhouse following his team’...
INDIANAPOLIS — The thought of playing against a big puppy of a rookie quarterback in his first game usually has veterans like Julius Peppers and Lance Briggs licking their chops. However, Bears defenders might want to keep their tongues in their...
You could make the argument that every one of us is in a race against time, but it might be a little more difficult to sustain that view of the Bears defense these days. From aging and slowing to experienced and eminent, the revival of the franchise's...
The popular joke when the Bears traded for Jay Cutler in 2009 was that they fleeced the Broncos by including two first-round draft picks because such selections were worthless in Chicago. The trade simply spared the Bears the indignity of making even more...
Jay Cutler sat out the Bears' first exhibition game but did not look the least bit rusty in his debut Saturday night at Soldier Field. The quarterback was comfortable and in command of the new offense against the Redskins, setting the tone early in a 33-...
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