And you get a new coach! And you get a new coach! Plus Obsessive Jay Cutler watch, and more.
Let’s look at a few key plays from yesterday. (Warning: flashbacks may ensue.)
Reaction to the Bears defensive woes, a look at Matt Forte’s great effort, and more.
I don’t want to be overdramatic, but all is lost.
A rivalry game for the divisional title. If you’re a football fan, it doesn’t get much better than this.
Today is a huge game. But opinions do we have that won’t be affected by the outcome?
Who will step up if Earl Bennett is out, and have the Texans found their man?
Robbie Gould signs an extension, and the Packers activate Randall Cobb on the eve of the biggest game of the season.
My thoughts on the biggest game of Chicago’s season, and what it means for the quarterbacks involved.
Rodgers, Cobb, and Lacy all eye returns for Green Bay, Earl Bennett is currently away from the Bears, and more.
Rodgers has been out for a couple months with a broken collarbone.
Clay Matthews ruled out for Sunday, the Bears are relatively healthy, and a nice profile of Josh McCown make up your Boxing Day bullets.
Clay Matthews likely out for the season, Henry Melton arrested in Texas, and more.
Bears defeated (badly), but their season is still very much alive.
That bear is about to eat that Eagle. (That’s how I interpret it, anyway.)
Briggs is apparently going to play, and a look at three other important factors.
In which our heroic-but-foolhardy blogger falls short of his goal, but then rewards the readership anyway. (Note: I use “reward” loosely.)
The Bears won’t play until tonight; what other games intrigue you?
Aaron Rodgers remains out for the Packers, while Phil Emery reiterates that franchising Cutler remains an option.
A look at some of the variables in the decision, and why it might make sense.
Plus, a decision for Lance Briggs might be coming today, Lovie Smith interviews with the Texans, and more.
A contest in which you can’t win anything! Except my gratitude and the chance to dictate a key element of my fantasy championship game lineup.
Trestman “optimistic” about a Lance Briggs return, Brandon Marshall wants Alshon Jeffery in the Pro Bowl, and a discussion on the proper use of irony.
Briggs thinks he’ll be cleared to play, Alshon Jeffery isn’t too fond of Lane Kiffin, and more.
A comprehensive look at the NFC North playoff scenarios heading into Week 16. Get your aspirin ready.
Lions stumble at home, opening the door for the Bears; Emery and Cutler on the radio, and more.