Category Archives: Pittsburgh Steelers

Giving Thanks for Bears Ownership. And Other Points of View.

Bears Brad Biggs at the Chicago Tribune reviews the playing time of all of the NFL players.  Here are some of relevant points he extracts: 1)  Five of Dave Toub’s eight top special teams tacklers are free agents.  It could … Continue reading

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Should Gabe Carimi Start Monday? And Other Points of View

Bears Mark Potash at the Chicago Sun-Times quotes Lovie Smith on the possibility that Gabe Carimi might start at right tackle Monday: ‘‘’We don’t have to make any of those decisions yet,’ coach Lovie Smith said. ‘We’ll let him tell us … Continue reading

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Corey Wootton Talk and Other Points of View

Bears ESPN NFC North blogger Kevin Seifert doesn’t think the Hall of Fame game is going to happen if an agreement isn’t reached until July 21 (as has been reported).  It says here that its a nationally televised game with … Continue reading

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Lambeau Should Be a Nice, Family Place This Year and Other Points of View

Bears Fred Mitchell at the Chicago Tribune talks about J’Marcus Webb‘s potential move to left tackle.  I hope the coaching staff is right on this one.  Not many people outside of Chicago think Webb can do this job and I … Continue reading

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Ben Roethlisberger Really Does Do All of HIs Thinking Below the Waist. And Other Points of View.

Bears Rob Rang at CBSSports.com reviews the good and bad fits from the NFL draft. He liked the Bears Chris Conte pick: “Quality Fits: “Chris Conte, Chicago Bears: Conte played cornerback for the first three years of his career at … Continue reading

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A New Perspective on the X’s and O’s of Bears Football and Other Points of View

Bears Brad Biggs at the Chicago Tribune reports that the Bears held a local workout day for area prospects at Halas Hall Saturday.  The Bears had scrapped this event several years ago: “The Bears had gone away from holding the … Continue reading

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Many Prospects Connected to Bears “Overrated” and Other Points of View

Bears For those keeping track the Bears have either worked out or are scheduled to work out Chris Conte (safety, California, via Brad Biggs at the Chicago Tribune), Willie Smith (offensive line, East Carolina, via Biggs), Steven Friday (defensive end, Virginia … Continue reading

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Five Apps Every Sports Fan Needs and Other Points of View

Bears John Mullin at CSNChicago.com in says the Bears should be proud of their finiancial data. For those who ae still interested in the details there’s also some good lockout-related information here as well as in Sean Jensen‘s report at the … Continue reading

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Is Brian Urlacher the Best #9 Pick? And Other Points of View

Bears Bears guard Roberto Garza did a nice interview with George Vondracek at Corpus Christi Caller Times.  Interestingly, he thinks his job might be in jeopardy: “‘Anytime you give up more than 55 sacks a year obviously there are some changes … Continue reading

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Bears Top NFC Special Teams Unit and Other Points of View

Bears Brad Biggs at the Chicago Tribune passes along  the fact that the Bears ended the season tied for the top spot in the NFC in special teams in the ratings system popularized by Dallas Morning News writer Rick Gosselin. The … Continue reading

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