Category Archives: New England Patriots

Five Apps Every Sports Fan Needs and Other Points of View

Bears John Mullin at CSNChicago.com in says the Bears should be proud of their finiancial data. For those who ae still interested in the details there’s also some good lockout-related information here as well as in Sean Jensen‘s report at the … Continue reading

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Draft Strategy Around the League and Other Points of View

Bears Pat Kirwan at NFL.com doesn’t think the Bears are going to be filling their needs along the line of scrimmage in the first two rounds of the NFL draft.  He has them picking Texas cornerback Aaron Williams in the first … Continue reading

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Bears Need at Wide Receiver Revisted

Dave Birkett at the Detroit Free Press says that the Lions are looking at wide receivers.  Why, with a Calvin Johnson on the field, are the Lions doing that?  I think those who don’t see this as a need for the Bears should … Continue reading

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Replay Still Needs Reform and Other Points of View

Bears Sam Farmer, reporting for the Tribune, says that the league’s competition committee will recommend several rules changes.  The biggest is a move of kickoffs from the 30 yard line to the 35 and moving touchbacks from the 20 yard line to … Continue reading

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Devin Hester Will Be Using His Time Off Well and Other Points of View

Bears Pete Williams at The Bleacher Report released his latest mock draft.  I found this one of interest not because I think its at all accurate (or even realistic) but because there were some new names on it to consider. … Continue reading

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Angry Birds NFL Style and Other Points of View

Bears Neil Hayes at the Chicago Sun-Times tracks 25 mock drafts to see who they have the Bears picking.  It seems clear that a lineman of some type would be the ideal.  He quotes ESPN‘s Mel Kiper on why the Bears … Continue reading

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Offseason Brings Plenty of Off Field Player Troubles, Even More to Follow and Other Point of View

Bears Dan McGrath, writing for The New York Times, says that Bears quarterback Jay Cutler is fortunate that Chicago fans tend to be so forgiving. Pro Football Weekly points out that former Bear tight end John Gilmore is about to … Continue reading

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Ron Rivera Welcomed as a Bear, Will Always be a Bear and Other Points of View

Bears Sean Jensen at the Chicago Sun-Times reports that the Bears won’t use the franchise tag.  Not a big surprise, first because Angelo is known not to like ot use it and second because none of the Bears free agents … Continue reading

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The Sad Story of William “The Refrigerator” Perry and Other Points of View

Bears In what has to be the saddest story I’ve read all year, Tom Friend at ESPN details the struggles of William Perry against his both his physical and mental disabilities.  Here is the accompanying video: Brad Biggs at the … Continue reading

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Super Bowl XLV Still Hasn’t Happened Yet and Other Points of View

Bears Congratulations to Richard Dent for being elected for induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.  And congratulations to Dan Pompei from the Chicago Tribune, whose job it has been to convince the voters that Dent was worthy.  Here’s … Continue reading

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