All signs point to Mitch Trubisky’s improvement as he enters Week 7 of the NFL season.
It’s time to stop sleeping on Akiem Hicks, one of the NFL’s most underrated defenders.
Between a 1-5 start and Odell Beckham Jr. related frustrations, the Giants owner is none-too-pleased.
One poor throw could have defined Mitch Trubisky’s day. It didn’t, which is a sign of progress.
I’m really tired of that Rodgers guy.
Ho hum! The Patriots are favored, but the oddsmakers envision a high-scoring contest against the Bears.
Everything that could go wrong did go wrong for the Bears, including an array of questionable penalties.
Khalil Mack played through an ankle injury one NFL insider believes would have kept most others out of the lineup.
Matt Nagy seemed pleased with how Mitch Trubisky played in the second half, so why didn’t he allow him to throw it in overtime?
If history repeats itself, then we can start booking our Super Bowl plans now!
Let it all out, folks.
That lead didn’t last long, though.
Tarik Cohen and the Bears are running wild on South Beach!
Points! And more points!
The ball is in Mitch Trubisky’s court again and the pressure to perform is just beginning.
It’s Brock Osweiler vs. the Bears in a pivotal Week 6 matchup.
It’s the new Bears offense vs. the guys who used to run the old Bears offense.
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The Bears could be facing another backup quarterback.
The 49ers tried (and failed) to trade for Khalil Mack, even though their GM says their offer was similar to that of the Bears. Oh well.
Taylor Gabriel is something else!
The Dolphins’ best offensive lineman passed concussion protocol, which means he should play on Sunday vs. the Bears.
A late-week appearance on the injury report for Ryan Tannehill has him questionable to play on Sunday.
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I’ve become so used to being the bearer of bad news on the injury front, I don’t know what to say when I have good news.
Aaron Rodgers might have to back to a bigger brace to protect his injured left knee.
It’s a trap game!
Loosen up a bit, dude.
The road to a potential NFC North title goes through the AFC East.
A “humbling” incident led Akiem Hicks to issue an apology to his teammates. Now, the only thing left to do is to “destroy everything.”
Establishing the run has opened up huge windows for Mitch Trubisky to throw from out of play action.