Category Archives: Chicago Bears

Is the NFC North the Toughest Division in Football?

Brad Biggs at the Chicago Tribune answers your questions: “Best case scenario if everything goes right and the Bears stay healthy this year … what does that look like and translate into around wins and playoffs? — @illini_loyalty “The over/under … Continue reading

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Will Bears Have a Pro Bowler? It Will Take More Than Being Popular to Accomplish It.

Brad Biggs at the Chicago Tribune answers your questions: “Will the Bears finally have a Pro Bowl player this year? Seems like there are some defensive guys who could make it. If the offense performs better, I think that also … Continue reading

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The More I Think of Daniels at Guard the More I Like It

New Bears rookie offensive lineman James Daniels talks about why it may be better for him to play guard this year: “’(Guard) is hard, but you don’t have to make the calls and you don’t have to snap, which are … Continue reading

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Who Will Enter Camp as the Starting Wide Receivers?

Brad Biggs at the Chicago Tribune answers your questions: “Who do you project to be the Bears’ starting three receivers Week 1 vs. Green Bay? Personally, I see Allen Robinson and Kevin White starting on the outside, Anthony Miller in … Continue reading

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Bears Thoughts on the Second Day of the 2018 NFL Draft

A couple thoughts on yesterday’s second round haul: What I liked: The James Daniels pick. I’m a “football games are won and lost at the line of scrimmage” guy and I always love to see offensive linemen taken reasonably high … Continue reading

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Roquan Smith a Good, Not Great Pick for the Bears

When media experts describe Roquon Smith, the Bears first round selection of the 2018 NFL draft, one word comes up time and again: “instinctive”. Instinct. It’s a magical word suggesting that a player has this mystical quality that can overcome all other … Continue reading

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Interesting Points From a Well-Done Mock Draft

As I wrote earlier in the month, I participate in a yearly mock draft with representatives from the 31 other teams. Though not any better than most mock drafts in terms of the specifics, this draft has annually done a … Continue reading

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Bears Draft Party a Good Time for Everyone Except the Players Who Attend

Dan Wiederer at the Chicago Tribune quotes defensive end Akiem Hicks on what he thinks of the NFL draft: “Asked Tuesday whether he at least takes a glance at the ubiquitous prognostications of whom the Bears might select with the … Continue reading

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ESPN Predicts that the Bears Will Go 0-16. Let’s Start Planning the Parade Now!

Of all the “news” that the NFL releases to great fan fare throughout the year, I’ve always found revealing the league schedule to be the most worthless. Not that it isn’t important – fans all over the country are planning … Continue reading

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Thankfully, Nagy Can’t Be “Candid” About What He Doesn’t Know

Adam Jahns at the Chicago Sun-Times on new head coach Matt Nagy’s apparent lack of willingness to talk about the Bears position in the 2018 NFL draft. “As candid and open as Bears coach Matt Nagy was during his news … Continue reading

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