Category Archives: Chicago Bears

Quick Game Comments: Chicago Bears at Dallas Cowboys

Defense Cowboys came out in 11 personnel and that seemed to be their base most of the time.  They often stacked almost everyone inside at the line of scrimmage.  The Bears played 8 in the box to defend it but … Continue reading

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Quick Game Comments: Philadelphia Eagles at Chicago Bears

Offense The Bears came out in 11 personnel.  The Eagles played them a straight up 4-3 with 7 in the box. It didn’t take long for the Bears to give up a sack.  Logan Paulsen was left one-on-one with Malcom … Continue reading

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Dowell Loggains Probably Shouldn’t Read This. And Other Points of View.

Two articles about new offensive coordinator Dowell Loggains here and here.  Not one word, not even one question, about how he managed to get an entire organization fired (with himself coming first) when he pushed the owner to draft Johnny … Continue reading

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Quick Game Comments: Bears at Texans 9/11/16

Offense Bears came out in three wide and tried to mix it up.  They had 20 runs Vs. 20 passes with six minutes left in the game they started playing from behind.  The Texans played it mostly straight up with seven in the … Continue reading

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The Problems with Signing a Josh Sitton. And Other Points of View.

•  Kicker Robbie Gould, who was released last week by the Bears in favor of former Broncos/Saints//[name your team here] kicker Conner Barth is a great guy.  If you don’t believe it, just ask him. Gould, who never met a … Continue reading

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Report: Former Packer, Pro Bowl Guard Josh Sitton Visiting Bears

Well, that didn’t take long.  Josh Sitton wasn’t on the street 24 hours before reports surfaced that he was visiting the rival Bears. This would be nice turnabout for the Bears, who have often released players such as defensive end Julius Peppers … Continue reading

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Path to Bears Improvement Lies in Playing Faster on Defense

As disastrous as the third preseason game against the Kansas City Chiefs was for the Bears, it is important to note that it wasn’t all bad.  In particular, I have done my best to point out that the defense wasn’t … Continue reading

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The “Jay Face” Makes a Frequent Early Appearance. And Other Points of View.

Let’s start off with something that I can be positive about.  If you call this positive:  I don’t think the defense was as bad as everyone thinks. Kansas City’s offense is of the death by 1000 cuts type where they … Continue reading

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Being Human

I don’t usually laugh at fan questions.  At least not too hard.  After all, all of us are created less that perfect and we make mistakes.  But having said that, I had to sadly chuckle just a little as Brad Biggs at the Chicago … Continue reading

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Talking the Doubters Off the Ledge. And Other Points of View.

The Bears have completed their second preseason game and are moving o to their third, and most important (if any of them are important_ contest.  Here are ten thoughts on the team as they enter the most crucial stage of … Continue reading

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