Will Collins Compete?

The Bears first attempted to make a move for 39 year old veteran quarterback, Todd Collins, a week ago. Collins rejected the Bears first offer due to the lack of a signing bonus. Collins would have received a contract but had he not made the team, he would not have been paid. He wanted guaranteed…

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Redskins Come to Soldier Field For A NFC Showdown

The Chicago Bears will try to rebound after a terrible performance last week against the Seahawks. Coming into town, is a team that finds a way to continually be in every game this year. Washington comes into this game with a defense that allows 420 yards per game. The Colts rushed for 170 yards against…

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Bears’ Offensive Struggles Continue

“We let the game get away from us. The defense – they have every right to be mad at us. The defense is the reason we have four wins. Offense has got to get up to their level. We blew that game, and most of that falls on my shoulders.” Jay Cutler The words of…

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Bears’ Defense Still Looking to Improve

With the bye week upon us and all the talk about the Bears’ struggling offense, it is easy to forget the 5th ranked overall defense in the National Football League. Moreover, while it is easy to see that Bears’ defense is playing pretty solid football, they are by no means where they want to be,…

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Martzageddon Is Upon Us

The real Mike Martz finally stood up Sunday afternoon against. Coming into the season, there was all the talk about how he doesn’t run the ball, and how he gets quarterbacks killed. Well, everyone of those things came true Sunday. Everyone will be quick to blame the line, but look at it from a different angle. Everyone from…

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Stats Don’t Lie. People Do!

Last Saturday’s exhibition game against the Arizona Cardinals has had Bears fans, myself included, trying desperately not to over-react to what we’ve seen thus far in the preseason. Let me make something very clear in my position, wins vs. losses in the preseason don’t, in & of themselves, matter.  I’ve never said they do. What does matter is that…

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Did Smith lie to Tice?

Bears’ head coach Lovie Smith upon hiring Mike Martz as offensive coordinator in February of 2010: “The run will always be a part of what we are going to do. That will not change. However, there’s nothing wrong with being able to run the football and having the balance to be able to pass the…

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It’s Time to Disprove the Naysayers Against The Lions

After a lackluster preseason, the Chicago Bears try to get past their week one opponent, the Detroit Lions. Detroit will be a tough task to start off the season against. With the Bears struggling offensive line, the Lions defensive line might have a big day. Ndamukong Suh looks to be a big threat. This guy…

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Lovie Has a History of Starting Rookies at Safety

Bears 3rd round draft pick and safety, Major Wright, had a pin removed from his finger this week and was cleared to play without restrictions. Wright has impressed the Bears coaching staff the entire off season and finally got his chance to impress the fans in the preseason opener against San Diego.  He did not disappoint.  Wright seemed…

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