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Tribune reporterWhat will teams do now to exploit the loss of Brian Urlacher? Physically not a huge threat but ability to change formations a key loss. -- @Tquille, from Twitter I've heard a lot of talk this season about how Urlacher can't move anymore. Understand...
You can question the decision by Lovie Smith to go for it on fourth-and-1 in the second quarter and pass on a field goal, something the coach did himself. But following the collapse Sunday afternoon at Soldier Field in a 23-17 overtime loss to the...
Tags: Sports, Seattle Seahawks, Golden Tate, NFC North, Football
As they sat at their lockers trying to comprehend how the defense imploded against the Seahawks, Bears defensive back Kelvin Hayden offered a few encouraging words to sulking safety Major Wright. "It's over, dog," Hayden said. "We'll be back." The Bears...
Tags: Sports, Golden Tate, Major Wright, Chris Conte, Shea McClellin
Too hot: Brandon Marshall The term "beast mode" should be reserved for Marshall rather than Marshawn Lynch. Marshall caught 10 passes for a season-high 165 yards, including a 56-yard reception near the end of regulation that allowed Robbie Gould to...
Chicago Bears players talk about their 28-10 victory Sunday over the Minnesota Vikings. JAY CUTLER, QB On the play of Brandon Marshall: “When he comes in here, ask him about the catches he dropped too! I’ve been giving him a hard time about...
Tags: Sports, Minnesota Vikings, Kellen Davis, Social Media, Football
The wide receivers took the bows and the cornerbacks got the high-fives, but the Bears won their opener Sunday because they beat the Colts in the trenches. The play of the Bears offensive line was particularly eye-opening. And no one played better on...
Upon further review, the state of NFL officiating is a joke. Jerry Markbreit only wishes he could laugh about it. "I watched highlights on the NFL Network last night,'' the retired NFL official with 36 years' experience said Monday. "I saw referees with...
Going into Bears versus Texans, many thought the most important game within the game was the Bears offensive line against the Texans' pass rush. Well, a review of the tape shows the Bears won that battle convincingly but still lost the war. Give...
ARLINGTON, Texas — A national television audience got a good glimpse of the stout defense and volatile yet improving offense that has defined the first quarter of the Bears season. The defense intercepted Tony Romo five times — with Charles...
As Julius Peppers entered the locker room, he spoke for nearly everyone in the organization and probably its fan base when he exclaimed, "Winning ugly." It trumps the alternative -- being on the losing side of an ugly win. The Bears rebounded from a...
Tags: Sports, Kellen Davis, Julius Peppers, Earl Bennett, Football
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Toting the football he caught Sunday for a 24-yard touchdown, Brandon Marshall headed toward the first row of seats behind the Bears bench with more purpose than any route he ran all game. Marshall found his father, Freddie,...
Ndamukong Suh had the knockdown of the night when he rocked Jay Cutler on a sack in the second quarter. But the Bears recovered to win the decision Monday night. The hope is the quarterback isn't too sore after he was diagnosed with bruised ribs...
Tags: Matt Forte, Major Wright, Stefan Logan, Jay Cutler, Lovie Smith
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