Category Archives: Green Bay Packers

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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D.J. Moore is Grateful for that Vanderbilt Education He Received and Other Points of View

Bears The Chicago Tribune writers make their season predictions. The majority of the Super Bowl predictions makes this list darned depressing but you can always count on Steve Rosenbloom to liven things up. Apparently the Bears think the home crowd … Continue reading

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What It All Comes Down to on Defense and Other Points of View

Bears Dan Pompei at the Chicago Tribune puts his finger on one of the major problems Friday night that got little attention. Jay Cutler had a poor game accuracy wise. That should, I hope, be an anomaly. Biggs brings up … Continue reading

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Taking the Crap Out and Other Points of View

Bears Joe Cowley at the Chicago Sun-Times quotes wide receiver Brandon Marshall as he describes how Jay Cutler has improved as a quarterback since the days they were together with the Broncos: ‘‘Now, Jay knows how to manipulate defenses with … Continue reading

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The Bears Could Afford to Be a Little Less Bland in the Preseason and Other Points of View

Bears Here’s a good point made by cornerback Charles Tillman here. Via the Chicago Tribune:   “On what he will take away from playing a couple of series in this game“‘My wind, tackling. Tackling is always a big deal the … Continue reading

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The Bears Offensive Line Will Be Fine. Until You Really Need Them.

Philosopher Georg Hegel is commonly quoted as saying, “We learn from history that we do not learn from history.”  If ever there was a perfect example, its the 2012 Chicago Bears. Brad Biggs at the Chicago Tribune addresses the fact … Continue reading

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