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So, let me get this right: The Bears are supposed to follow a guy reduced to tears? The Bears, I’m talking. The Chicago Bears. You remember them: They used to be tough. Now, after yet another loss to a better team and a better organization, they...
Tags: Matt Forte, Chicago Bears, Football, Mike Tice, NFL Pro Bowl
You never heard anybody at Halas Hall call Packers general manager Ted Thompson an idiot. Nor will you, no matter how voluble or volatile the Bears-Packers rivalry became this week. That would be disparaging the man whose plan the Bears want to copy....
Temperatures dipped into the lower 40s and blustery winds whipped around Soldier Field during the Bears' 23-22, come-from-behind victory Sunday over the lowly Panthers. But did the elements surrounding the game remind anybody else of the desert?...
SAN FRANCISCO — In 2009, the Cubs selected a strong, 6-foot-4-inch power pitcher named Colin Kaepernick in the 43rd round of the amateur baseball draft. So in some ways Kaepernick's right arm always seemed destined to disappoint Chicago one day....
Tags: Chicago Bears, Vernon Davis, Jay Cutler, Aldon Smith, Frank Gore
GREEN BAY — Although the Bears have failed repeatedly to hold down the Packers, the rest of the league believes the Bears know how to do it. So this season, almost every Packers opponent has borrowed the Cover-2 pages from the Bears' playbook....
The Bears may appear to be going nowhere, but that doesn't mean Lovie Smith is headed anywhere. Smith effectively can seal another contract with a victory over the Packers on Sunday. Beating the Packers is important to Bears ownership, and Smith could...
The Baltimore SunThe Ravens can clinch the AFC North with a victory over the Denver Broncos, according to the latest NFL playoff scenarios announced by the league today. The Ravens can also clinch the division with a tie against Denver along with a loss by the...
With the kind of viciousness Chicago would support if he were a Bear, Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh violently slammed Jay Cutler into the Soldier Field sod hard enough Monday night to shake a football city's fan base. Suh's over-the-top...
Less than two minutes remained in the first half when the Bears took over on their on their 37-yard line, tied at 7-7. Then there was Jay Cutler, shaking his head, hands up in there air, look of exasperation on his face after throwing an interception...
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...
The Bears didn't prove to be resourceful in the absence of Jay Cutler last season. Now, we'll see what the quarterback can do against the Vikings when mounting injuries could sideline as many as four starters for Sunday's game at Minnesota. Middle...
Every morning, Monday through Friday, blogger Matt Vensel will hook you up with reading material -- mostly on the Ravens but with some other Baltimore sports stuff, too -- to skim through as you slug down coffee and slack off at the start of your workday....
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