Daily Archives: December 27, 2010

Which Coach Is Responsible for the Bears Defensive Success and Other News

Bears Bears safety Chris Harris via the Chicago Tribune after the Jets game: “On closing out the regular-season home slate with a win: “‘It was very important. I think we were 4-3 at home, and our road record is better … Continue reading

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Bears Must Address Defensive Backfield in the Offseason

For all those Bears fans who are cover-2 haters, Andrew Furman at the ultimateny.com comments on the Giants use of it in their disastrous loss to Green Bay: “You get success vs weaker teams with these schemes, but when you … Continue reading

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Jets Victory New Bears Signature Win

Steve Rosenbloom at the Chicago Tribune describes the up and down nature of the game yesterday: “I thought the game was over early when the Bears pounded the Jets all over the place. Did it with all their units, too.” … Continue reading

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Hester Effect Another Example of Why Numbers Don’t Tell the Story

Dan Pompei at the Chicago Tribune highlights the role that Devin Hester played in the Bears victory over the Jets: “Jay Cutler threw three touchdown passes. “Johnny Knox caught two of them. “Chris Harris had two takeaways. “Matt Forte averaged … Continue reading

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Easy to Criticize Jets Fake Punt in Hindsight

David Haugh‘s attitude in his column for the Tribune toward Rex Ryan‘s decision to fake punt in the second quarter seems to be typical.  He thinks it was a bad decision and it certainly was in that it didn’t work. … Continue reading

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Singletary Firing an Indication that Offseason Could Be Interesting After All

San Francisco 49ers head coach and former Bear great Mike Singletary has been fired last night as head coach after a disappointing loss to the St. Louis Rams.  The game cost the 49ers a spot in the playoffs.  Singletary took … Continue reading

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