Category Archives: Indianapolis Colts

Cuts Have Arrived and Gone but Roster Shaping Not Over Yet. And Other Point of View.

Bears Brad Biggs at the Chicago Tribune reports on the cuts over the weekend.  There weren’t any real surprises but one name did stand out:  Andy Fantuz.  Fantuz came from the CFL with a little bit of hype as the … Continue reading

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Alex Brown Is Not a Chicago Kind of Guy and Other Points of View

Bears Though its been mentioned, I don’t think enough has been said about just how well the offensive line did on Saturday night.  John Mullin at CSNChicago.com puts some perspective on it: “The grading out was perhaps even higher considering … 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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The Significance of “Scheme Versatility” and Other Points of View

Bears ESPN‘s Mel Kiper rates the Bears draft: “Top needs: OL, DT, CB, OLB “Summary: The top needs I saw for the Bears were on the offensive line and along the defensive interior, where they’ve had some recent attrition. [Gabe] Carimi … Continue reading

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Labor Problems Decreasing Interest in the Draft? And Other Points of View

Bears Brad Biggs at the Chicago Tribune passes on comments Washington cornerback DeAngelo Hall made last week in which he calls Bears quarterback Jay Cutler a “clown”. I don’t know what’s at the root of it but I’ve never seen … Continue reading

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NFL Considering Scab Owners and Other Points of View

Bears Bless Bears wide receiver Rashied Davis for trying to organize team offseason workouts during the labor stoppage.  Via Vaughn McClure at the Chicago Tribune. ESPN‘s Todd McShay on the possibility that the Bears will find a good defensive tackle that … 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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Jay Cutler Dazzles with His Usual Rainbows and Sunshine at the Podium And Other Points of View

Bears David Haugh at the Chicago Tribune writes about Jay Cutler‘s attrocious behaviour with the media and, indirectly, the fans.  For those who wonder why the national media will seem to be biased against the Bears: “By now we in Chicago … Continue reading

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Thoughts of Bears Game Drives Jets Sanchez to Win Over Colts and Other News

Bears Dan Pompei at the Chicago Tribune reports that Mike Martz was actually the one who wanted the timeout that eliminated Chester Taylor‘s third down conversion play last week. Matt Willimason from Scouts Inc. underrates the Bears linebackers. Williamson also … Continue reading

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Do the “Peyton Dance” and Other News

Bears Dan Pompei at the Chicago Tribune answers more questions: “If the Bears win the Super Bowl, would that help bring them a new stadium to Chicago? Not only is Soldier Field the smallest stadium in the league, it’s pretty … Continue reading

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