Category Archives: Oakland Raiders

Settle Down, Bear Fans. And Other Points of View

Bears Not much interesting in the Sun-Times today.  Or so I thought.  Walter Payton?  Ancient history.  Cam Newton?  Enough already.  Hellooooo strippers. Glad to see that Marion Barber will be back tomorrow.  He should look like a freight train to … 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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A Busy Schedule for First Round Picks in New York and Other Points of View

Bears Wes Bunting keeps us all sane with draft rumors (it all we’ve got right now).  Here’s what he’s got on the Bears: “The Bears are said to have taken an interest in South Florida defensive tackle Terrell McClain and … Continue reading

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Lots of Bear Potential in Prospects at North Carolina Pro Day and Other Points of View

Bears Larry Mayer at Chicagobears.com answers your questions.  He points out that  the Bears and Jets alternate the 29th and 30th picks in each round. Neil Hayes at the Chicago Sun-Times has been doing some research: “After compiling data for … Continue reading

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Offseason Brings Plenty of Off Field Player Troubles, Even More to Follow and Other Point of View

Bears Dan McGrath, writing for The New York Times, says that Bears quarterback Jay Cutler is fortunate that Chicago fans tend to be so forgiving. Pro Football Weekly points out that former Bear tight end John Gilmore is about to … Continue reading

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Time to Retire the Nickname “Matty Ice” and Other Points of View

Bears And the hype continues via Mark Potash at the Chicago Sun-Times compares this game to other big games in Chicago: “The only way the Bears (12-5) against the Packers (12-6) for the NFC championship and a berth in the … Continue reading

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Finally Someone Breaks Down the Patriots-Jets Matchup ON THE FIELD and Other Points of View

Bears Sean Jensen at the Chicago Sun Times quotes Brian Urlacher on the value of experience as their first playoff game approaches: “We don’t ever get too rattled.  Plus, our coaching staff has been around for a while. There are … 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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