Daily Archives: January 2, 2011

Do the Bears Need a “Big-name” Wide Receiver? And Other News

Bears Bears wide receivers coach Darryl Drake talks to Vaughn McClure at the Chicago Tribune about how the Bears wide receivers have improved in running routes: “‘[Johnny Knox is] really learning how to set guys up,’ Drake said. ‘Just using … Continue reading

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Ownership the Problem as the Vikings Get Serious About Retaining Frazier

With the word yesterday that talks are becoming serious about removing the “interim” tag from former Bear player and current Vikings head coach Leslie Frazier‘s title, I’m left with the question of what is holding things up? Frazier has a … Continue reading

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What Does It Mean to “Rest the Starters”? It All Depends.

I’ve been saying for days that we won’t see the Bears starters the whole game today.  And certainly that will probably be true, especially for any player who is nursing an injury.  But that doesn’t mean that they’ll just roll … Continue reading

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Slot Receiver the One to Watch in Packer Offense

Matt Bowen, writing for the Chicago Tribune, provides his always insightful look into the Xs and Os for the average fan.  He looks at how the Packers will use Greg Jennings to target Brian Urlacher in the cover-2.  The graphic … Continue reading

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