Category Archives: Philadelphia Eagles

Player Says Seventy Percent Are in the Game Only for the Money and Other Points of View

Bears Eric Washington has left the Bears to become the defensive line coach for the Carolina Panthers.  He held the same position with the Bears but I’m sure everyone knows that, title aside, Rod Marinelli really hods that position here. … Continue reading

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Andy Reid’s Run in Philadelphia May Be Nearing an End and Other Points of View

Bears I’m sure all will join me in expressing our sympathies to the McCaskey family upon the death of Tim, second son of Ed and Virginia.  He is in a better place. It seemed like every week I was talking … Continue reading

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PTI Word on Potential Obama Super Bowl and Other Points of View

Bears Having just watch ESPN’s NFL Matchup show, I’m glad Michael David Smith at profootballtalk.com took the time to note down some of the interesting and unique analysis of the Bears-Packers game by Ron Jaworski and Merril Hoge.  You can find … Continue reading

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Why the Bears Missed Briggs Against Seattle and Other Points of View

Bears The Chicago Tribune‘s Brad Biggs gives insight into some offensive line technique via coach Mike Tice: “Really, just looking at the footwork of Chris [Williams], there were a couple of times (against the Seahawks) where he spread his feet … Continue reading

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Eagles-Packers Illustrate the Bears Long-Term Predicament

Neil Hayes at the Chicago Sun-Times elegantly drives what is perhaps the most important point for Bear fans about today’s Packers-Eagles matchup home: If the Eagles beat the Packers in today’s NFC wild-card game at Lincoln Financial Field, they will … Continue reading

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“Vince Lombardi” Motivates the Teams for Wild Card Weekend and Other News

Bears Fred Mitchell at the Chicago Tribune reports general manager Jerry Angelo‘s reaction to the rumors that he might retire after the season. “I don’t even know why that is even important to anybody,” Angelo said. “I’ve heard it. … … Continue reading

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NFC Playoffs Will Be All About the Matchups

Analysts Kurt Warner and Trent Green agree that the Bears will want the Saints coming into Soldier Field rather than the Eagles (via Neil Hayes at the Chicago Sun-Times). “’With how well [the Bears] defense is playing, the Saints coming … Continue reading

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Mike Tice Makes Nice and Other News

Bears Packers nickel back Sam Shields insists he’ll play Sunday but he currently can run on a knee which has a mystery injury (via Tom Silverstein and Gary D’Amato of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel).  Safety Atari Bigby has been ruled … Continue reading

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The Bears “Best Player” and Other News

Bears Mike Mulligan at the Chicago Sun-Times makes a sensible argument against rushing to extend Lovie Smith‘s contract: “Word around the league is that the Bears aren’t in a hurry to spend more money on Smith. In fact, they may … Continue reading

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Which Coach Is Responsible for the Bears Defensive Success and Other News

Bears Bears safety Chris Harris via the Chicago Tribune after the Jets game: “On closing out the regular-season home slate with a win: “‘It was very important. I think we were 4-3 at home, and our road record is better … Continue reading

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