Mitch Trubisky has the band back together.
Category: Analysis and Commentary
The Mack Factor extends beyond the playing field.
Love it or Hate it? The Ha Ha Clinton-Dix and Buster Skrine Signings Are Drawing Very Different Reviews
The Bears’ two newest defensive backs are on opposite ends of PFF’s grading system. What gives?
Nerds believe the Raiders won the Khalil Mack trade.
Elliott Fry, Younghoe Koo, and Nick Rose haven’t missed a field goal for their respective AAF teams.
Ha Ha Clinton-Dix brings different things to the strong safety spot.
Cordarrelle Patterson is here to get things done and have fun while doing so.
RFAs Patrick Scales and DeAndre Houston-Carson weren’t tendered contracts, leaving the Bears special teams without some core members.
The new league year begins at 3 p.m. and the Bears have some money that can be used to address needs.
Buster Skrine has a great football name, fitting of a cornerback who will play the slot in Chicago.
If you take into consideration how liberally Matt Nagy uses his reserve backs, then Mike Davis will make sense.
Adrian Amos helped put an end to the revolving door of poor safety play that once plagued Chicago.
Bryce Callahan’s breakout 2018 season was cut short by injuries, which could impact what happens to him in free agency.
That Mike Glennon deal is finally starting to pay off!
Two former Dave Toub understudies appear to be applying their old boss’ philosophies to the Bears’ current kicking problem.
The best kicker on the market is a first-team All-Pro with a ton of postseason success under his belt, but signing him could be costly.
The three best available college kickers come with notable question marks.
Trey Burton’s 2018 didn’t end on a high note, but he produced solid numbers in his first year with the Bears.
Matt Bryant is one of the NFL’s best kickers, but he turns 44 in May and a ton of his success has come playing indoors.
If you thought the offensive line was in good shape, check out the guys on the other side of the line of scrimmage.
The big guys protecting Mitch Trubisky are back for another run.
One year after needing to dive into the deep end in order to make this group a strength, the Bears could stand pat with the receivers they have because they’re that good.
Exploring kickers who have been drafted in the later rounds because middle-round kickers are awfully risky.
The Bears will have a new kicker in 2019, but that’s not the only hole the special teams unit might need to fill.
The Bears’ schedule was supposed to be tough last year, but that didn’t stop the Bears from winning the NFC North.
With Cody Parkey on his way out, the Bears’ search for a kicker is full speed ahead!
The Bears might be in salary-cap hell, but relief is only a few cuts away.
The Bears are loaded with studs returning to their secondary in 2019, but could possibly lose two starters to free agency.
It seems like signs are pointing to the Bears adding a third dynamic rusher to bring the running backs room together.
Tag season opened up on Tuesday. And while the Bears aren’t expected to use it, let’s familiarize ourselves with the projections.