Category Archives: Cincinnati Bengals

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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Only the Players Get Younger. And Other Points of View

Bears Charley Casserly thinks the Bears might go defense in the first round.  Via Neil Hayes at the Chicago Sun-Times: “As much as the critics will argue they need an offensive lineman I’m not sure that’s something that’s at the … Continue reading

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Wild Draft Rumors, Debatable Needs at Wide Receiver and Running Back and Other Points of View.

Bears John Mullin at csnchicago.com is dead on: “Whether the Bears address their offensive line on the first or second day of the draft, or both, the football absolute at work is the need to get the pick right. Very, … Continue reading

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Illinois Governor Has Not Paid Off on Bet and Other Points of View

Bears Dan Pompei at the Chicago Tribune thinks the Bears’ best option will be trading down.  Most who read this blog regularly know that I agree whole heartedly. With that in mind, Larry Mayer at Chicagobears.com answers a fan question … Continue reading

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Hypocritical Madden Game Causing Head Injuries. And Other Points of View.

Bears Rumor has it the Bears will be playing in the Hall of Fame game.  If there is one.  Via Brad Biggs at the Chicago Tribune. Biggs also says that Bears special teams coach Dave Toub is unhappy about the … Continue reading

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Teams Who Have Things Like “Quarterback Schools” and Teams Who Don’t. And Other Points of View.

Bears Sean Jensen at the Chicago Sun-Times notes Jerry Angelo’s belief that tight end Greg Olsen will have am more prominent role in the offense next year. Jeff Dickerson at ESPNChicago.com reviews the state of the cornerback position.  Head coach … 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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NFL Sends Inconsistent Signals with Recent Rule Change and Other Points of View

Bears Steve Rosenbloom at the Chicago Tribune was paying careful attention to Bears team president Ted Phillips comments a couple days ago: “One thing Phillips said on the issue [of the grass playing surface at Soldier Field], however, sounds like … Continue reading

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Mike Singletary is a Parent Who Knows How to Do It and Other Points of View

Bears Chicago Tribune columnist Dan Pompei conducted a wide ranging interview with Bears president Ted Phillips.  Phillips told him that the team expects to be able to spend money on free agents when the labor stoppage ends.  We’ll see if … Continue reading

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Replay Still Needs Reform and Other Points of View

Bears Sam Farmer, reporting for the Tribune, says that the league’s competition committee will recommend several rules changes.  The biggest is a move of kickoffs from the 30 yard line to the 35 and moving touchbacks from the 20 yard line to … Continue reading

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