Category Archives: Green Bay Packers

No Guts, No Glory and Other Points of View

Bears Dan Pompei at the Chicago Tribune on wide receiver Alshon Jeffery: “Alshon Jeffery hurt the Bears as much as he helped them. A savvy route runner would not have been on the ground on that first-quarter play in which … Continue reading

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“It’s Not Scheme Issue” and Other Points of View

Bears Chicago Tribune columnists Steve Rosenbloom and Fred Mitchell and sports editor Mike Kellams “talk postgame” with former NFL safety Matt Bowen after the Bears’ loss to the 49ers with . I loved the comment that Bowen made above when … Continue reading

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Gabe Carimi Is Not Quite Back Up to Snuff and Other Points of View

Bears Sean Jensen at the Chicago Sun-Times quotes a scout on offensive tackle Gabe Carimi for the Bears Extra section: “He just doesn’t look strong enough. Maybe part of that is the injury. He plays like he’s a 34-year-old.” I … Continue reading

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Bears Will Pay What It Takes to Resign Cutler and Other Points of View

Bears Bears defensive backs coach Jon Hoke discusses his coaching style with Brad Biggs at the Chicago Tribune : “The Bears don’t have a more animated position coach on staff. Hoke is firm and firmer when with players on the … Continue reading

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It Appears that Bears-Cowboys Will Be “Who Can Run on Who” and Other Points of View

Bears Mark Potash at the Chicago Sun-Timessays that you might be surprised at the Bears record under Lovie Smith on Monday Night Football. Vaughn McClure at the Chicago Tribune says that Devin Hester is lobbying for more touches. Receivers coach … Continue reading

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Some Perspective on “The Replacements” and Other Points of View

Bears Cole Schultz at Pro Football Focus points out something I’ve also noticed: “The offensive line may be the common scapegoat in Chicago, but the interior only gave up one quarterback disruption (108 pass blocking snaps), compared with the three … Continue reading

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The Qualities of Leadership and Other Points of View

Bears Despite the absence of running back Matt Forte I think you should expect the Bears to get off the bus running this week. The Rams apparently would agree. Jim Thomas at the St. Louis Post-Dispatch quotes linebacker James Laurinaitis: … Continue reading

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A Dash of Optimism and Other Points of View

Bears Its a funny world. I spent most of the offseason trying to talk the Bears down while the rest of Bears fandom was sky high over thier prospects this season. Now that they lost in embarrassing fashion in front … Continue reading

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Quick Comments: Packers at Bears, September 13, 2012

Defense The Bears went standard defense, mostly cover two for this game. Nothing fancy. Green Bay responded with all of the standard cover two beaters. They ran the ball and attacked the middle. Unfortunately attacking the middle meant attacking Brian … Continue reading

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The Bears Are in a Good Position Heading into the Packer Game and Other Points of View

Bears Sean Jensen at the Chicago Sun-Times points out that Aaron Rogers hasn’t been as successful against the Bears defense as other NFC North teams: “Rodgers’ rating against the Detroit Lions and Minnesota Vikings is over 115. Against the Bears, … Continue reading

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