Bears at Cardinals Gameday Preview – 5 Players to Watch For

Phoenix, Arizona - The Bears will take on the Cardinals in their second game of the preseason at 9pm CT. The Cardinals are coming into the contest at (1-1) and and the Bears enter (0-1), but losing again is the least of Chicago's worries. Coach John Fox has a lot of competition on his team... Continue Reading →

Mitch Trubisky Steals the Show

The Chicago Bears lost their first preseason game against the Denver Broncos, last night. It was a 24-17 thriller that came down to the wire. I have never been on the edge of my seat watching the Bears play a preseason game, yet that is exactly where I found myself. It didn't start out pretty,... Continue Reading →

Glennon Flops, Trubisky Shines in Preseason Opener

CHICAGO, IL- The Bears fell to the Denver Broncos 24-17 at Soldier Field Thursday night, but the final score will be the last thing on the minds of Bears fans. After starting quarterback Mike Glennon left much to be desired with a dismal first quarter performance, the Bears quarterback of the future dominated the Broncos... Continue Reading →

Why I Want Jay Cutler to Succeed

He's back! ¬†Following the acl injury to Ryan Tannehill, Adam Gase decided to pick up the phone and contact recently retired Jay Cutler. There were varying reports throughout this fast-moving process. ESPN's Jeff Darlington said that Cutler was leaning towards staying retired, whereas others said that Cutler would love to play this year for Gase.... Continue Reading →

Bears Eric Kush is done for the season

Chicago Bears Head Coach John Fox told the media that the team has placed center Eric Kush on the injured reserve list and is out for the season. Erick Kush tore his hamstring off the bone and will need surgery to repair it. Fox also noted that the Bears are having Cody Whitehair play backup... Continue Reading →

Jay Cutler is set to lace ’em up again, but in Miami.

Jay Cutler has returned. According to multiple reports, The ex-Bear, agreed a 1yr/10mil deal earlier today as he is reunited with former Bears OC Adam Gase. Cutler was set to be in the broadcasting booth for FOX Sports before joining the Dolphins. Ironically, the Bears season opener against the Falcons was set to be called... Continue Reading →

Previewing Key Chicago Bears Defensive Position Battles

General manager Ryan Pace took control of the team in 2015, and was tasked with repairing what were the worst defenses in franchise history, which took place in 2013 and 2014. The defense saw progress in 2015, promise in 2016, and what the team hopes is a real strength in 2017. Defensive coordinator Vic Fangio,... Continue Reading →

Previewing Key Chicago Bears Offensive Position Battles

Chicago Bears football is finally upon us. After one of the worst seasons in franchise history, many changes have been made. Bears Coach John Fox stated that this is the "deepest and most competitive team we've fielded." That being said, there are many position battles that will need to be decided in training camp and... Continue Reading →

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