Category Archives: Cincinnati Bengals

Quick Note – Jay Cutler Seems to Be Making Significant Progress. So Far.

I thought the following quote from the Chicago Tribune was significant in terms of quarterback Jay Cutler‘s growth within the new offense: “On if Brandon Marshall was the primary target on the touchdown pass: “’We kind of went across the … Continue reading

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Quick Point: Matt Forte May Be the Man to Watch Today

Matt Bowen at the Chicago Tribune describes how the Bears might use the short passing game to move the ball today. “Forte’s alignment “[Head coach Marc] Trestman gave us a small sample of [Matt] Forte‘s role in the Bears’ new … Continue reading

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Cincinnati Has a Dangerous Returner of Their Own

As pointed out by Paul Dehner Jr. at the Cincinnati Enquirer the Bears Devin Hester won’t be the onlydangerous return man on the field in tomorrow’s matchup. The Beangals have Adam Jones who has a touchdown every 23 punt returns. … Continue reading

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All Gabe Carimi Needs is Time and Other Points of View

Bears Peyton Manning on current Denver offensive coordinator and Bears head coaching candidate Mike McCoy. From Mark Potash at the Chicago Sun-Times: “‘He’s ready. He’s paid his dues,’ Manning told Tom Kensler of the Denver Post. ‘Mike’s a good leader. … Continue reading

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Fumbling the Snap And Other Points of View

Bears From Brad Biggs at the Chicago Tribune, Devin Hester did his best not to point the finger after the game Sunday when it came to who was to blame for the interception to him from quarterback Jay Cutler. Wide … Continue reading

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Not the Most Likable Bunch and Other Points of View

Bears Sean Jensen at the Chicago Sun-Times quotes Devin Hester on the Jay Cutler interception thrown to him last Sunday: “‘Uh, the route I ran was the route I was supposed to run. It was just …’ Hester said, pausing. … Continue reading

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Some Phil Emery Guess Work and Other Points of View

Bears Dan Pompei at the Chicago Tribune describes the kind of player the Bears need from this draft and one reason why new GM Phil Emery might be able to deliver him: “But it is a young defender who can … Continue reading

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The Real Fight and Other Points of View

Bears It was a surprise to me when Mike Florio at profootballtalk.com included Lovie Smith in the “Possibly Fired” coaches category. Florio says he wouldn’t be but, to say the least, I’d be shocked. Dan Pompei at The National Football Post … Continue reading

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Ndamukong Suh’s Performance Doesn’t Match Big Mouth and Other Points of View

Bears Former NFL safety Matt Bowen makes some interesting points about the Bears-Eagles matchup on Chicago Tribune Live on CSN: John Mullin at CSN Chicago also makes the point that the key to slowing down the Eagles will be to stop the run.   I … Continue reading

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Will the Bears Players Organize Offseason Workouts? And Other Points of View.

Bears Nolan Nawrocki at Pro Football Weekly gives his comments on the Bears selection of Stephen Paea in the second round: “The Bears cut DT Tommie Harris this offseason and needed to find a three-technique tackle to replace him. They … Continue reading

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