Category Archives: Carolina Panthers

Ron Rivera Welcomed as a Bear, Will Always be a Bear and Other Points of View

Bears Sean Jensen at the Chicago Sun-Times reports that the Bears won’t use the franchise tag.  Not a big surprise, first because Angelo is known not to like ot use it and second because none of the Bears free agents … Continue reading

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Marshall Faulk Doesn’t Think Much of the Bears Receivers and Other Points of View

Bears Neil Hayes at the Chicago Sun-Times quotes the Bears’ latest Hall of Fame inductee, Richard Dent, on why his sack numbers weren’t even better: “On spending the bulk of his career in the NFC Central: ‘Playing in the NFC … Continue reading

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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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Big Game Causes Stripper Shortage and Other Points of View

Bears Dan Pompei at the Chicago Tribune reviews his four most pressing needs for the Bears.  He emphasizes the largely under appreciated need for a good hard look at back up quarterback. Bryan Dietzler at the Bleacher Report runs thorough … Continue reading

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Key Obama Aid Betrays Country and Other Points of View

Bears Neil Hayes at the Chicago Sun-Times answers your questions.  This dead on response came to a fan who wanted offensive coordinator Mike Martz to be fired.   Here’s part of it: “The other key is continuity. I can’t stress … Continue reading

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Bear Vs. Bear and Other Points of View

Bears Phil Rosenthal at the Tribune says that the Bears-Packers game drew and 80.5 share locally.  That’s better than the Super Bowl loss to the Colts in 2007. Dan Pompei at the Tribune reviews the game film.  It was pretty … 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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Marshawn Lynch or Mario? And Other Points of View

Bears Michael C. Wright at ESPNChicago.com goes into detail about how the Bears need to handle the blitz Sunday. Steve Rosenbloom at the Chicago Tribune thinks that the Bears should still clean house if they lose Sunday. Mike Mulligan at … Continue reading

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Packers Rip Off Shareholders and Other News

Bears I actually laughed out loud when I read this comment from Dick Butkus.  Via Sean Jensen at the Chicago Sun-Times: “I don’t know why they keep bringing up me. This was 38 years ago that I played.” And I … 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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