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Sun reporterCHICAGO // The demons that have haunted the Ravens all season came crashing down like the unmerciful downpour at Solider Field, where a season of soaring expectations continued to slip further away. Thanks to costly penalties and a collapsing offense,...
Tags: Athletes, Ed Reed, Pittsburgh Steelers, AFC North, Football
Tribune staff reporterWith one arm stretched to the max, Alex Brown reached up and saved the Bears' season. Brown maneuvered his way through a couple of Packers linemen, lifted his right hand and deflected Mason Crosby's 38-yard field-goal attempt in the final minute of...
Tribune staff reporterA Bears team that wasn't supposed to accomplish much won its fourth straight game Sunday at a stadium they weren't originally scheduled to play in with contributions from players who weren't supposed to be here. Robbie Gould's 28-yard field goal with six...
Tribune staff reporterThe last time the Bears beat Green Bay at home, Lovie Smith was coaching college defensive backs at Tennessee. It's mere coincidence that defensive backs Charles Tillman and Nathan Vasher had game-changing interceptions and fellow defensive back Mike...
Tribune staff reporterAfter the first exhibition game, Rex Grossman vowed to play better. After the second, he swore that the first-team offense would score points. The goal now must be to score a touchdown. With the regular-season opener looming two weeks from Sunday in...
To what do the coaches attribute Orton's high wildness? Are they working on improving his technique in practice? --Vic Feibig, Springfield, Va. The errant arm work is all about the footwork. Quarterbacks coach Wade Wilson and offensive coordinator Ron...
Tribune staff reporterThomas Jones got his 1,300 yards. The defense failed to get its franchise record or even hold its No. 1 ranking for yards allowed. And offensive lineman Lennie Friedman took snaps at defensive tackle. That's all you need to know about the Bears' 34-10...
Tribune staff reporterWhether or not it was a preview of the NFC championship game as some speculate remains to be seen. And the Bears don't view themselves as the NFC champions despite crushing the defending champion Seattle Seahawks 37-6 Sunday night. But the Bears finished...
Tribune staff reporterA team objective can be to take the crowd out of the game, and the Bears did exactly that Sunday. Unfortunately, the crowd they silenced was their own. Six turnovers, via three Rex Grossman interceptions and three fumbles, rendered Soldier Field nearly...
Tribune staff reporterAn extremely long and rewarding Sunday began with a challenge and ended with a Bears celebration not seen in this stadium since, well, forever, and not seen in Chicago since 2001. There's something about Jeff Garcia and interception returns for game-...
Tribune staff reporterIt's well-documented that politicians' hot air, not weather conditions, is why Chicago is called the Windy City. The nickname lived up to both meanings—correct or incorrect—Sunday at litter-strewn Soldier Field, where the goal posts shook more than...
Tribune staff reporterSomehow, it seemed fitting that the rain started falling and the gray skies moved in and the crowd roared for the 1985 Super Bowl team, which was honored during a halftime ceremony. If you want pretty, follow another team. But if you want pretty...
Tags: Brian Urlacher, Death, Patrick Johnson, Football, John Gilmore
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