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Bears DE Julius Peppers Should Lose Playing Time to Corey Wootton

Julius Peppers is one of the most athletically gifted and most dominating pass rushers in the NFL over the last decade.  Peppers has tallied over 100 sacks and has been a gem to the Chicago Bears by bolstering what was once a stagnant pass rush.  His production during his first two years in Chicago is […]

Foxboro Blog Q&A

This week with the Chicago Bears taking on the New England Patriots I did a Q&A trade  with the folks over at Foxboroblog.com to get an in-depth look of the New England Patriots.  Ricky Keeler provided the answers to the questions and here is what he had to say regarding the mighty Pats.    1.  […]

Bears Sign Mammoth OG Herman Johnson

The Chicago Bears addressed their offensive line problems this week by signing Herman Johnson off the practice squad of the Arizona Cardinals.  Johnson is familiar to the Bears’ front office as they scouted him pretty thoroughly during the draft evaluation process of 2009.  Johnson is a 6-foot-7 354-pound offensive guard that is completely opposite of […]

For the Chicago Bears One of Two Things Will Happen

If you’re reading this I doubt you live under a rock so you already know that the Bears face one of the toughest stretches of games of any team left in the NFL.  Those game include games against the 9-2 Pats and Jets with road games against the Lions, Vikings and Packers to close out […]

Jay Cutler Masterful in Win Over Eagles

Jay Cutler must have been reading my blog because he did exactly what I said he had to do.  He came out and outperformed Michael Vick and had one of the best games of his career.  Cutler was in complete control from the start of the game until the end. Sure it’s easy to look […]

Bears vs. Eagles: The Defining Moment in Jay Cutler’s Career

The story of the NFL season right now is the resurrection of Philadelphia Eagles QB Michael Vick.  Vick is being talked about as the front runner for the NFL MVP award and as the most exciting player in the NFL.  He’s finally reached his potential this season, he’s just as big of a threat with […]

Lovie Smith Off the Hot Seat?

The Chicago Bears are in sole possession of first place in the NFC North with a 7-3 record and are squarely in the mix for the playoffs and a possible first round bye tied for the second best record in the NFC.  The defense is playing lights out, the offense is starting to come around […]

Color Me Convinced Bears Win 16-0

Well for now against a good Miami Dolphins team the Chicago Bears stepped up their game and pitched the shut out against the Miami Dolphins on a warm Thursday night.  Overall the Bears played a very good brand of winning football tonight, but still showed just enough to cause some concern.  Cutler did face some […]

Bears Still Need to Convince People

The Chicago Bears sit at 6-3 and in first place in the NFC North division.  They’re the only team in the division that’s undefeated within the division having beaten the Lions, Packers and now the Vikings.  Their three losses have come to two mediocre NFC teams in the Redskins and Seahawks and to a playoff […]

Matt Forte’s Rush Log

Here’s a break down of Forte’s carries on the day 11 carries right, 10 carries left is the break down.  10 carries to the left for 45 yards 11 carries to the right for 24 yards.  21 carries for 69 yards on the day, one rush went for negative yards and one rush at the […]

Statement Made, Bears Beat Vikings 27-13

In a game in which the Bears needed to make a statement not only to the fans of Chicago but also to the NFL, they did just what was needed.  The Bears played one of their best games in the last three plus seasons against a team with it’s season on the line.  With Brett […]

Bears Need to Make Statement Versus Vikings

If ever there was a more important game for a Lovie Smith coached team to come out and make a statement to the NFL about how good they are this weekend is that game.  The Chicago Bears have a chance to effectively end the Minnesota Vikings’ playoff hopes with a win at Soldier Field.  A […]

Eight Games In and Bears’ Record is a Mirage

The Chicago Bears have officially reached the halfway point and we now know clearly where this 2010 team is at.  They are worse at running the ball than they were in 2009 and their offense is worse off than in 2009 because the offensive line is worse and the offensive coordinator insists on not running […]

Bears Media In Spin Mode

After last Sunday’s loss to the Seattle Seahawks, the Chicago Bears coaching staff and the media machine that helps coach Bears coaches about what to say, (mainly say as little as possible) after the loss.  Bears coaches as usual obliged and the message coming out of Halas Hall became clear.  Yes the offensive line struggled […]

Bears in search of best offensive line UPDATED

Since the start of the 2009 season the Chicago Bears have been in search of a competent starting five along the offensive line.  During that time span the Chicago Bears have shuffled around with no less than nine different offensive line rotations during games.  Only one offensive line stood up and performed at an acceptable […]

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