Category Archives: Detroit Lions

Vic Fangio May Not Be With the Bears Much Longer and Other Points of View

Pete Dougherty at packersnews.com thinks Jason Spriggs might be near the end of his tenure in Wisconsin. At this point, Spriggs might have to move to guard to try to salvage his career. Regardless of where he plays, you have … Continue reading

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Quick Game Comments: Lions at Bears 11/19/17

Offense The Lions came out stacking the line of scrimmage just like everyone else. The Bears responded by throwing the ball more, apparently deciding that they could actually beat the Lions defensive backs. They also threw some Mitchell Trubisky runs … Continue reading

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Quick Game Comments: Bears at Lions 12/11/16

Defense The Bears came out playing man to man defense.  The Lions did a good job of passing against it. Matthew Stafford came out ready to play.  He was accurate, he got rid of the ball quickly and on time. … Continue reading

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Quick Comments: Lions at Bears

Offense Brian Hoyer picked up where he left off last week going to tight end Zach Miller on the first play. That connection continued all game. Bears were apparently determined to run the ball. Jordan Howard doesn’t look like much … Continue reading

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Defensive Linemen on the Rise in 2016 NFL Draft. Offensive Linemen, Not So Much.

Reports from the Senior Bowl at nfl.com support previous indications that the defensive linemen are going to be a strength in this year’s NFL draft. Here’s a cross section of the comments from the first day of practice: “Mike Mayock … Continue reading

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Bears Will Face Stiff Competition for a Guard in Free Agency

Dave Birkett at the Detroit Free Press thinks the Lions could be big spenders in free agency: “With a projected cap north of $150 million, and the likelihood they free up more room with cuts or retirements, the Lions have … Continue reading

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The Reality of the Bears Situation

Dan Wiederer at the Chicago Tribune reviews the problems that the Bears have to overcome in order to continue to win football games. “Jay Cutler’s turnover-free night? Well, Quentin Rollins dropped a shoulda-been interception in the first quarter. And Cutler … Continue reading

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Revising Expectations for the Bears

Jon Greenberg at ESPN is revising his expectations for the Bears: “In the beginning … we predicted 6-10 for the Chicago Bears and it seemed just about right.” “But then Jay Cutler returned [from injury] ahead of schedule and things … Continue reading

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Could the Bears Trade Alshon Jeffery?

Brad Biggs at the Chicago Tribune evaluates the film from Sunday’s loss to the Lions: “[Alshon] Jeffery was dynamic after missing four games with a hamstring injury, showing his ability to dominate cornerbacks on back-shoulder throws on the final drive … Continue reading

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Cutler More than Just Right Against the Lions

Rich Campbell at the Chicago Tribune evaluates three Bears including quarterback Jay Cutler: “Cutler’s final numbers look OK. He was 26 of 41 passing for 353 yards, a touchdown, an interception and an 88.8 passer rating. But the Bears scored … Continue reading

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