James Daniels didn’t just hold his own against the Vikings, the rookie was destroying guys at the point of attack.
The Bears will be looking for their third win in 12 days when the Thanksgiving lid-lifter kicks off.
Tyler Bray is IN, Marcus Cooper is OUT, and neither Aaron Lynch nor Adam Shaheen is traveling with the team this week.
The Chase Daniel Turkey Day Experience is coming our way.
Mitch Trubisky’s status took a turn for the worse.
The Bears Are Built to Withstand One Missed Mitch Trubisky Start (If It Comes to That) and Other Bullets
The Bears are deep on both sides of the ball and have a special teams unit that’s looking better than it did this time last week.
Cody Parkey’s minor setback set up a major comeback!
One medical expert’s opinion has us thinking it’s not likely Mitch Trubisky will start on Thursday.
Bobby Massie has been a pleasant surprise at right tackle in 2018.
Chase Daniel was brought to Chicago to teach Mitch Trubisky how to operate Matt Nagy’s high-powered scoring machine. On Thursday, Daniel might get to take it for spin.
Based on pre-game speeches, you’re definitely going to be more likely to fight for Mitch Trubisky than Kirk Cousins.
The Lions’ best running back is likely to be out of action on Thursday.
Cautious optimism from the head coach despite a cloud of uncertainty.
The Bears, who just beat the Lions by 12 points nine days ago, aren’t even touchdown favorites. What’s up with that?
Quarterback play at its finest was on display on Monday Night Football.
Mitch Trubisky popping up on the injury report with an injury to his throwing shoulder isn’t good news.
The shortest of short-weeks has the Bears doing things differently than they are accustomed.
The star-studded defense was shining brightly on Sunday Night Football.
First stop on the Cody Parkey Redemption Tour was at Club Dub where his teammates literally rallied around him.
Separation Sunday gave the Bears’ playoff odds quite a boost.
The Bears are in first place … and look good celebrating it.
A touchdown … with style!
It’s the biggest game of the year for the Bears and Mitch Trubisky.
The Bears will suit up just four wide receivers, but at least Adam Shaheen is back.
This could be a narrative-changing game for Mitch Trubisky and the Bears.
Big-game status has been confirmed by Khalil Mack.
Coaching under Matt Nagy and aiding in Mitch Trubisky’s development has apparently put Bears OC Mark Helfrich back on the coaching map.
Didn’t see that coming.