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Defensive Scheme Not the Problem, Personnel Is

Well this much is apparent regarding the 2009 Chicago Bears season, the defensive problems the last two years are not to be blamed on Bob Babich. Nor should we as fans blame the scheme, the blame falls squarely on the failure of the front four to get any pass rush on the QB. Rod Marinelli […]

Obvious Big Test For Chris Williams

Yes I admit it’s been hard these past couple weeks putting together blogs. Why is it hard to do? Simple there’s not a lot to talk about. The Bears are god awful at all 22 positions on the field, I can’t even let Lance Briggs off the hook. Yeah he’s had another Pro Bowl year, […]

Bears Can’t Fire Turner, Without Firing Lovie Too

There is a major problem brewing in Halas Hall, a problem that is going to effect the long term of this franchise. A problem that has to do with Jay Cutler. No this isn't a problem that is Cutler's fault, it's a problem that the front office needs to head off before it happens. The […]

Bears vs. Packers Game II Film Review: Offense

Rolling up the sleeves for another long winded offensive film review session. Examining what went right and what went wrong in a game the Bears could have won. Penalties, turnovers, and a career day by Devin Aromashodu were the story lines to follow on offense. Cutler was good and sorta bad all at the same […]

Defense plays well enough to win, offense loses another game

For some reason the 2009 Chicago Bears’ defense has been able to step up their efforts and slow down an otherwise powerful Green Bay Packers offense. The opening play of the game didn’t show that, when Ryan Grant went 65-yards for a TD on the opening Packers’ possession on offense. However for the rest of […]

Film Review: Chris Williams at LT

Just as important, if not even more important than Jamar Williams getting the start at WILL ‘backer was 2008 1st round draft pick Chris Williams getting the start at LT. Williams’ first start at LT is of fundamental interest because he represents the long term future of the O-Line. When you draft an LT in […]

Video Review: Jamar Williams

Jamar Williams got a big start in front of Lance Briggs with Briggs side lined due to an injury against the St. Louis Rams. The significance of the start was it was one of the few starts Williams has earned at the weak-side linebacker position. Williams was drafted to be Briggs’ heir apparent because the […]

Bears Win Ugly Over Lowly Rams 17-9

If you want the Bears to maintain a certain look from here on out in order to see Lovie Smith and company fired at the end of the season, rest easy; this game is the type of game that can justify their firing. Whether or not that will happen remains to be seen, though I […]

Perhaps the best Jay Cutler article to date

If you’ve followed this website for any length of time you’ve come to realize that I don’t do like a lot of other blogs out there, I don’t link to the Sun Times, Tribune, or official Chicago Bears site.  I try to stay away from the reporting that comes from the stuff you can find […]

I’m back after a long holiday

Yeah so I was in Arizona for a week for the holiday break and the computer at my parents house in Arizona is 12 years old and doesn’t take to modern websites very well.  It typically crashes when I try to load up just about ANY website.  Sadly I didn’t watch the live coverage of […]

Chicago Bears Rushing Game Analysis

Lovie Smith caused a minor buzz in the media when he proclaimed that the 2009 Chicago Bears still get off the bus running.  The phrase that Smith uses on an annual basis to describe the Bears’ offensive strategy.  That is to run the ball and run it continually to set up the passing game, this […]

2008 Kyle Orton Provides Blue Print To Beat Eagles in 2009

The Philadelphia Eagles come to town in what is essentially a must win game for the Bears if they want to keep their mathematical playoff hopes alive.  Another Sunday night game in the Windy City against the Eagles provides the back drop for a game that most people don’t think the Bears can pull off.  […]

The Eagles Will Feast On Cutler Mistakes

Things don’t get any easier for Jay Cutler and the Chicago Bears offense this upcoming Sunday night versus the Philadelphia Eagles.  Fresh off his career high five interception day against the San Francisco 49ers Jay Cutler and the Bears face a team that will take full advantage of bad decisions and mistakes.  The Eagles currently […]

Jay Cutler Is the Only One Who Can Change In ’09

There are a lot of problems that are keeping the Chicago Bears from winning in 2009 and likely keeping them from making the playoffs for a third straight season.  Most Chicago Bears fans have long ago recognized the main problems that are keeping this team from being competitive.  The offensive line, point blank is one […]

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