Monthly Archives: April 2011

It’s Good Year to Be Drafting Late in the First Round. And Other Points of View.

Bears Nice to see Jay Cutler back in the public eye.  Most of us would like to see him back in Halas Hall working with offensive coordinator Mike Martz.  He told Sean Jensen at the Chicago Sun-Times that the players … Continue reading

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Lovie Smith “Favorites” and Other Points of View

Bears Matt Maicco at CSNBayArea.com has researched the last five drafts and ranked the NFL teams in order.  Not surprisingly the Packers were the best and the worst was the Buffalo Bills.  The Bears were middle of the pack at … Continue reading

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Hypocritical Madden Game Causing Head Injuries. And Other Points of View.

Bears Rumor has it the Bears will be playing in the Hall of Fame game.  If there is one.  Via Brad Biggs at the Chicago Tribune. Biggs also says that Bears special teams coach Dave Toub is unhappy about the … 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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Quarterback Run May Lead to Potential First Round Trade for Bears

Dan Pompei, writing for the National Football Post, had a comment in his weekly NFL Sunday Blitz feature that might make Bear fans sit up and take notice.  He comments upon the fact that there’s no consensus on the top … Continue reading

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Little Mistakes Lead to Big Questions About the Lions

One of the things about the NFL that fascinates me the most is the difference between winning and losing.  The NFC North has provided me with a great example of the latter: the Detroit Lions.  You ask yourself, “Why can’t … Continue reading

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Devin Hester and the Deon Sanders Effect

It seemed like a throw away joke.  But to some Bear fans, this aside from Tom Sorenson at the Charlotte Observer had to have the ominous ring of truth. Sorenson’s column focuses on what the Panthers will do with the … Continue reading

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A Post for the Quarterback Hater in All of Us. And Other Points of View.

Bears Sean Jensen at the Chicago Sun-Times wonders if free agent defensive tackle Anthony Adams won’t regret becoming an unrestricted free agent rather than re-signing with the Bears.  It’s a risk but my gut feeling is that Adams will have … 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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