Category Archives: Washington Redskins

Whatever the Reason, Nick Fairley Is Obviously Not Happy to Be a Lion and Other Points of View

Bears George McCaskey officially takes over as the Chaiman of the Board for the Bears. Fortunately he doesn’t see his role as an active one in the day-to-day football-related affairs. Via Brad Biggs at the Chicago Tribune: “I don’t see … Continue reading

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Duerson’s Brain a Cautionary Tale for Critics of New Rules and Other Points of View

Bears Offensive coordinator Mike Martz tells Dan Pompei at the Chicago Tribune that Jay Cutler, Caleb Hanie and fifth round pick Nathan Enderle will be probably the three Bear quarterbacks on the roster in 2011: “‘I am very comfortable with … Continue reading

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Brandon Marshall Stabbed By Wife and Other Points of View

Bears Mike Tanier at the New York Times says that there’s some needs a draft prospect just can’t fill.  Here’s what he says about the Bears: “A Jay Cutler image makeover by the guys at Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce. Next … Continue reading

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The Bears and the NFL Top 100. And Other Points of View

Bears Well, the Bears drew an interesting schedule.  As everyone now knows they will be traveling to London to play Tampa Bay.  I addition to that, they drew a Christmas night assignment at Green Bay. Brad Biggs at the Chicago … Continue reading

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It’s Good Year to Be Drafting Late in the First Round. And Other Points of View.

Bears Nice to see Jay Cutler back in the public eye.  Most of us would like to see him back in Halas Hall working with offensive coordinator Mike Martz.  He told Sean Jensen at the Chicago Sun-Times that the players … Continue reading

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Tim Ruskell and the Lure of the “Undersized, Try-Hard Players” and Other Points of View

I will be on vacation until Feb. 28, meaning I’ll once again be out of the country for a major NFL offseason event.  At least its only the Combine and not the Draft like last year.  In any case posts … Continue reading

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Bears Top NFC Special Teams Unit and Other Points of View

Bears Brad Biggs at the Chicago Tribune passes along  the fact that the Bears ended the season tied for the top spot in the NFC in special teams in the ratings system popularized by Dallas Morning News writer Rick Gosselin. The … 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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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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