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Tribune staff reporterThe Football Doctor finally wrote the Bears a prescription for a win Sunday: Take two aspirin and call me in the Mornhinweg. With Detroit Lions coach Marty Mornhinweg providing opportunities to get healthy after eight straight losses, the Bears avenged...
Tribune staff reporterAt one point Sunday, Henry Burris was caught on camera throwing a pass with his eyes closed, an expression of apparent fear in the face of the oncoming rush. But what Burris could not see still hurt him as the Bears quarterback, thrust into his most...
Tribune staff reporterDez White posted the first two-touchdown game of his three-year career Sunday and did it with a little bit of schoolyard flair. White's 76-yard touchdown pass from Chris Chandler on the game's second play was little more than a "run-and-get-open play,...
Tribune staff reporterThe Bears lost Sunday. And lost. And lost. And lost. They lost a game 17-7 to the Green Bay Packers. They lost their lead in the NFC Central Division and are tied with the Packers at 9-3 overall, but they trail their traditional rivals because they...
Q What is it about the Bears and Monday night? Seems like they usually lose. A The facts don't lie. The Bears are 6-20 on the road on "Monday Night Football" and 10-10 at home. There's something about the bright lights and national focus that brings...
Tribune staff reporterThe magic carpet ride that was the Bears' 2001 season ended in tatters Saturday. It closed with a 33-19 loss to the visiting Philadelphia Eagles that was capped ignominiously by Eagles quarterback Donovan McNabb scoring on a 5-yard run and dunking the...
ChicagoSports.comIf you're not in Chicago today, you're lucky. It's 11 degrees with a wind chill of minus-7. Not so sure if it's Bear weather anymore, since the Bears haven't had that much success in cold weather as of late. Let's just hope it affects the visitors from...
Tribune staff reporterOn the Bears' trip south along Interstate 57 from Bourbonnais to Memorial Stadium on Saturday afternoon, an Illinois state trooper pulled over the team's three buses. Seems the buses were spending too much time in the left lane. It wouldn't be the last...
Tribune staff reporterThe 0-2 start is not the shocking part. An 0-2 start was considered, discussed, even justified in advance. Two road games against tough division opponents. Tampa in high humidity. Yep, an 0-2 start, under certain circumstances, was understandable, maybe...
Tribune staff reporterWhen the Bears won games last year, there was a sense of impending magic, of Cade McNown throwing passes to Marcus Robinson and the offense scoring at times whenever it needed. That was to be the look of the Millennium Bears. Sunday the magic left and...
Tags: Marcus Robinson, Football, Thomas Smith, Cade McNown, Mike Wells
Tribune staff reporterFireworks preceded Sunday night's kickoff, and onto the field rode the Vikings mascot on a motorcycle as a cheerleader on a purple snowmobile trailed close behind. In the stands, 64,144 screaming fans blew into bullhorns, while over the speakers blared...
Tribune staff reporterThe Bears came at the Philadelphia Eagles with a number of tricks on offense Sunday. But the changes amounted to little more than gimmicks that produced more questions than answers or points. Quarterback Jim Miller went with a no-huddle offense on the...
Tags: Leon Johnson, David Akers, Jim Miller, Sports, Football
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