Missed it by that much.
They’re not done yet.
What a start to the second half.
Jordan Howard and Bilal Nichols are an unlikely tag team to create a Bears highlight, but here we are.
Opportunity is knocking for Mitch Trubisky and the Chicago Bears offense.
In addition to better injury luck, it appears that the Bears are better at managing their injuries on game week.
Leonard Floyd Will be Chasing Down Patriots Without a Club Because His Hand is Healed and Other Bullets
Finally! It’s happened. Now go get ’em, #94.
No Gronk, but that just means Tom Brady’s other targets become that much more dangerous.
The Bears are getting some good injury news this morning.
Danny Trevathan Received a Surprise Visit From His Grandmother, Who Will FINALLY See Him Play at Soldier Field
It’s been a long time coming for Danny Trevathan and his family. What a moment.
Tom Brady could be without his biggest target on Sunday.
Akiem Hicks learned some things will playing for Bill Belichick.
Improvement in the pocket is helping Mitch Trubisky round into form.
Aaron Rodgers is always doing something to annoy Bears fans.
Tom Brady’s final game in Chicago doesn’t have to be his last game against the Bears. Just saying…
Khalil Mack (Ankle), Allen Robinson (Groin), and Bryce Callahan (Ankle) are Questionable to Play Against Patriots
The timing of Bryce Callahan’s ankle injury isn’t great and it leaves his status in doubt for Sunday.
Khalil Mack Practiced Friday and is Listed as Questionable, But Is Expected to Play Against Patriots
Some good news for Bears backers and Khalil Mack fans!
The Bears’ playoff odds took a tumble, but it’s not all bad.
Going deep with a strong-armed quarterback and a fast receiver is often an unbeatable combination in the NFL.
Allen Robinson went from limited in practice to not participating at all because of a groin issue.
The best non-quarterback in football plays for the Chicago Bears and his name is Khalil Mack.
The Bears’ pass-rush defense is still elite, even after a less-than-stellar showing against the Dolphins.
Bill Belichick says stuff about the Bears-Patriots matchup in a way that only Bill Belichick can!
Bill Belichick knows Lawrence Taylor. And you sir, Khalil Mack, are no Lawrence Taylor (at least in the eyes of Bill Belichick).
Not only are the Bears going deep more often, Mitch Trubisky is making the most of it.
The Bears are wisely playing it cool with some of their top players nursing injuries during practice.
An ex-Packers defensive back could be an intriguing target for an ailing Bears secondary.
That Bears offensive line is performing at a high level so far, which has allowed Mitch Trubisky to shine.