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Tribune staff reporterMaybe it was shell shock. Maybe some sort of dementia. But there was Buffalo Bills quarterback J.P Losman, sacked three times, intercepted three times and sporting a 35.8 passer rating for the day, commenting on whether the Bills had been dominated...
Tribune staff reporterSince training camp started, the Bears have pointed to Green Bay so often that they could apply for jobs with the Wisconsin Department of Tourism. The Sept. 10 season opener is what's important, they have spouted loudly and often. Not the exhibition...
Tags: Desmond Clark, Thomas Jones, Kyle Orton, P.J. Pope, Rex Grossman
Tribune staff reporterGoing into Friday night, Stephen King novels had more suspense than the Bears' depth chart. In lieu of position battles, precision was the focus. That precision still must be in Bourbonnais, at Halas Hall or back at O'Hare. It certainly didn't get...
Tribune staff reporterIt was a victory for a division championship that was anything but cause for celebration. The Bears lost their best defensive lineman, Tommie Harris, with an apparent knee injury. Their Pro Bowl cornerback, Nathan Vasher, left the game with a strained...
The offensive line clearly has been a major reason the Bears are 6-3. Do the coaches divulge which starters have graded out the highest from week to week? What direction do you see the team going at guard for next year with Roberto Garza and Terrence...
Tribune staff reporterLast time he heard boos. This time, not so much. Rex Grossman led the Bears to a 34-7 thrashing of the Detroit Lions in the home opener Sunday by going 20-for-27 with 289 yards and four touchdowns. Tribune staff reporter John Mullin breaks down the...
Tags: John Gilmore, Soldier Field, Desmond Clark, John Tait, Sports
Tribune staff reporterMost teams and competitors win when they play their best. Champions typically win when they don't. What the Bears managed to do Sunday--rally to beat the Minnesota Vikings 19-16 in a place where they had lost four straight times--felt like one of those...
Standing on top of a bench in front of his locker Thursday, wide receiver Rashied Davis raised a reporter's stray digital tape recorder he had found and began auctioning it off around the room. "Do I hear 20 ... 25?'' barked Davis, one of the more...
Tribune staff reporterCoach Lovie Smith identified November as a target month. This one did not end exactly as he or the Bears would have liked. The Bears finished the month 2-2, failing to score more than 13 points in three of their four games and closing a grueling three-...
Tribune staff reporterThe crowd of 62,260 came to see a coronation of the Bears as the NFC's top seed. They got that. The crown was just a little askew. And the NFC kings could not have cared less. With a 34-31 overtime victory Sunday over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the Bears...
Tribune staff reporterFirst quarter Lovie Smith is fond of saying the Bears get off the bus running, and he confirmed it by handing the ball to Thomas Jones on 10 of the first 14 plays from scrimmage. The final time was a 9-yard burst through the left side behind devastating...
Tribune staff reporterBears defensive end and resident philosopher Alex Brown reflected on the place Sunday's 27-24 overtime victory over the Seattle Seahawks might warrant in team annals. "This game right here, it'll be an instant classic," Brown said after the NFC...
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