Category Archives: San Diego Chargers

Life, the Universe and a Head Coaching Change and Other Points of View

Bears Neil Hayes at the Chicago Sun-Times comments on new Bears head coach Marc Trestman (before the hire): “There are big-room coaches and little-room coaches, or at least that is how they are referred to in some NFL circles. Little-room … Continue reading

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Now That’s How a Press Conference is Supposed to Be Handled and Other Points of View

Bears Steve Rosenbloom at the Chicago Tribune sums up the case against Bears head coach Lovie Smith: “How much more does Phil Emery need to see? “On Sunday, the Bears general manager saw a miserable Bears offense, a problem that … Continue reading

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It’s the Dan Pompei Show Today and Other Points of View

Bears Things are pretty quiet so I kept this short. Mark Potash at the Chicago Sun-Times quotes Jay Cutler on “Mike Tice‘s” new offense: “‘[Bates] has a really good feel of what I like to do and what I don’t … Continue reading

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Will the Bears Show More Zone Blitz with New Defensive End McClellin? And Other Points of View.

Bears Mark Potash at the Chicago Sun-Times on newly drafted tight end Evan Rodriguez: “‘Has he been charged with anything?’ “It’s rarely a good sign when the first question for the general manager after announcing a draft pick is about … Continue reading

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Quick Game Comments: Chargers at Bears

Offense The Chargers didn’t mess around and put eight in the box on first down immediately. No surprise. They seem to like playing single coverage and you definitely want to make the Bears beat you through the air. That didn’t … Continue reading

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Release of Chris Harris As a Personal Matter and Other Points of View

Bears Vaughn McClure at the Chicago Tribune comments upon the Bears safety situation: “Letting [Chris] Harris go, Lovie Smith and the coaching staff put a lot of faith in a pair of unproven players. [Major] Wright, a third-round draft pick in 2010, has started four career … 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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Bookies Take a Bath on the Super Bowl and Other Points of View

Bears Sean  Jensen at the Chicago Sun-Times reviews the problem of stadium revenue for the Bears. Brad Biggs at the Chicago Tribune continues his analysis of the Bears position by position.  Here he writes about the tight ends.  As most … 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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