Daily Archives: December 3, 2013

Is the Bears Defense Really That Bad?

The popular thing right now is to run down the Bears defense, blaming it for the vast majority of the team’s problems.  So naturally, as is my wont, I’m going to go the other way. According to the latest statistics on … Continue reading

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Defenses Holding the Bears Offensive Linemen

Brad Biggs at the Chicago Tribune highlights another interesting point.  He quotes Bears running back Michael Bush on why he wasn’t used in short yardage situations on Sunday: “’I don’t know,’ Bush said. ‘I guess it wasn’t the personnel for me. … Continue reading

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Trestman’s Overtime Decision Indicative of a Bigger Problem

Brad Biggs at the Chicago Tribune discusses the decision of Bears head coach Marc Trestman to kick a long field goal on second down rather tHan risking an offensive mistake to run plays to get closer: “Here’s the biggest problem: … Continue reading

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