Daily Archives: January 17, 2011

Bart Scott Sounds Off and Other Points of View

Bears Charles Tillman on the Bears victory over the Seahawks via Neil Hayes at the Chicago Sun-Times: “’No, I’m not satisfied,’ Tillman said after one of his best games of the season. ‘We’re in the NFC Championship Game. Great. But … Continue reading

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Bears Run and Stop the Run Against the Right Team at the Right Time

Brain Urlacher bottom lines the defensive performance yesterday with this comment via Vaughn McClure at the Chicago Tribune: “We stopped the run early — the whole game actually.  We got off the field on third down. We got pressure on … Continue reading

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Credit the Offensive Line but Beware the Blitz

Brad Biggs at the Chicago Tribune comments: on the performance of the offensive line yesterday: “What has marked this turnaround season has been consistent defensive performances and an improving offense. The offensive line, which was overrun by the Seahawks in … Continue reading

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Cutler Does the Right Things by Not Doing the Wrong Things

There were two things fans were worried about yesterday when it came to leading the Bears offense into the playoffs against the Seahawks.  One was that Bears offensive coordinator Mike Martz would continue to call for the ball to be … Continue reading

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