Category Archives: Chicago Bears

The Bears Were Uncommonly Healthy and Will Have to Overcome Adversity to Succeed in 2019. And Other Points of View.

Bears Adam Jahns at the Chicago Sun-Times describes how new defensive coordinator Chuck Pagano will receive more defensive support than he did as the head coach in in Indianapolis: “Pagano is less than two months into his new Bears job, … Continue reading

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The Tavon Young Signing Affects Any Bryce Callahan Negotiations and Other Points of View

Bears This post from profootballtalk.com caught my eye as being peripherally Bear-related. It seems Indianapolis guard Quenton Nelson thought his technique deteriorated over the course of the season after being the sixth overall pick in last years draft. Colts senior … Continue reading

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Bears Should Be Uneasy About Amukamara’s Late Season Performance. And Other Points of View.

Bears Brad Biggs at the Chicago Tribune reviews the cornerback position as the Bears enter the off-season: “[Prince] Amukamara set a bold goal of 10 interceptions before the season, and while that didn’t happen, he played with confidence after going … Continue reading

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The Bears Will Need to Be More Aggressive Offensively Next Season. And Other Points of View.

The Bears signed Bobby Massie to a four-year contract extension, preventing him from entering unrestricted free agency. The deal is reportedly worth more than $8 million per year. That’s a pretty good price for a solid right tackle in today’s … Continue reading

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Mitch Trubisky Is Just Fine the Way He Is

Dan Wiederer at the Chicago Tribune quotes Mitch Trubisky as he addresses the inevitable comparisons between himself and Patrick Mahomes: “But even as Mahomes has surged ahead as the consensus best quarterback from that 2017 class, Trubisky makes it clear … Continue reading

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Bears Need for Running Back May Not Center Around Jordan Howard

Kevin Fishbain at the The Athletic reviews the Bears offseason needs: “Greatest offseason need: Running back. The good thing for the Bears is it’s kind of difficult to peg one major need. Last offseason it was clearly wide receiver. In … Continue reading

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Quick Comments: Eagles at Bears 1/6/19

Defense Looked to me like the Eagles thought they might be able to spread the Bears out and run up the middle. It didn’t work. What did work was the mid range passing game. The Eagles burned the Bears passing … Continue reading

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Quick Comments: Bears at Vikings 12/30/18

Defense The Vikings came out in the no huddle, evidently thinking that they could take the Bears by surprise. It didn’t work as they went three and out. The Bears defensive line is pretty good. The Vikings offensive line is … Continue reading

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Bears Chances of Keeping Fangio Not as Remote as Fans Might Assume

Brad Biggs at the Chicago Tribune suggests that its possible that the Bears could keep defensive coordinator Vic Fangio happy in Chicago: “The Bears aren’t in the business of ripping up contracts for players or coaches but they might have … Continue reading

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Packers Game Evidence of Mitch Trubisky’s Growth

Rich Campbell at the Chicago Tribune comments upon Mitch Trubisky’s performance in their 24-17 win over the Packers at Soldier Field: “No one should be surprised that Trubisky completed 20 of 28 passes in putting a division championship on his … Continue reading

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