That second half was as painful as it gets.
How is this really happening?
Things got very quiet.
You don’t want to get a guy hurt, but also, you want that impact right away.
Everything you’ve come to love about TYL is exactly the same at Bleacher Nation Bears.
Jordan Lynch is learning special teams, the rookie punter has a big leg, and the NFL’s over/under win totals are out.
What was Phil Emery’s strategy for the defensive rebuild? Should the Bears have drafted a safety sooner? And where have they improved the most?
General Bears draft impressions, a few intriguing undrafted free agents, and you can vote for Alshon Jeffery for the Madden cover.
Round 4 begins, and the Bears have 4 picks remaining today.
Notes on tonight, thoughts on where the Bears might go, and Josh Gordon is facing a season-long suspension. (Updated with a quick look at new Bears draftees, defensive tackles Ego Ferguson and Will Sutton)
The Bears nabbed a highly-touted cornerback. But should they have taken a safety instead?
Your Round 1 live thread. I’ll be updating this post throughout the evening.
Draft Day is finally here. (No, not the movie. Actual Draft Day. ) Let’s examine a few pressing Bears draft questions.
We wrap up the two day look at where the Bears are neediest. The top spot will likely not surprise you.
Which positions should we expect the Bears to target in the draft? (If you watched the Bears last year, you probably have a decent idea.)
I’m back, but with a few necessary changes. I’ll try to explain.
What Michael Sam’s announcement means for football, and what it might mean for the Bears.
The mayor speaks on the chances of the Super Bowl (and/or the Draft) coming to Chicago, plus Charles Tillman does a cool thing.
More Nantz! More Simms! A Week 16 Saturday doubleheader! Everything everyone’s always wanted!
Would you want your team to make the game and lose, or just not make it at all? Plus, what Seattle’s win means for the Bears, and more.
The Bears hit the free agency lottery with one guard, and the draft lottery with another.
Today’s post looks at the two centers on the roster, including the longest-tenured offensive Bear. (That’s a Bear who plays offense, not a Bear that’s rude and/or uncouth.)
Matt Forte was really, really good; Michael Bush struggled in a reduced role, and more.
And, in fact, it was sort of watchable and entertaining!
Continuing Wednesday’s look at the safety position with three players who are hitting the open market, including one starter.
Today’s focus is on the two safeties currently under contract for 2014, including a player many of you are probably tired of seeing.
The league might revamp the PAT system, the Bears could be on Hard Knocks this summer, and more.
Jennings and Long join Forte, Marshall, and Jeffery to give the Bears five Pro Bowlers for Sunday’s game.