It wasn’t pretty, but a win is a win is a win. And it was well-earned.
Category: Analysis and Commentary
By one metric, Mitch Trubisky has been a pleasant surprise.
Is there anything Khalil Mack can’t do? (The answer is probably no.)
Mitch Trubisky needs to work on his footwork in order to take the next step in his development.
Jordan Howard’s rushes per game average is down from last year. What gives?
The deep ball hasn’t been there for Mitch Trubisky and Allen Robinson, but the Bears’ WR1 is doing a little bit of everything else to make it work.
Roquan Smith wasted little time making an impact on the Bears defense.
Progress can be a slow process, but there were signs of growth from Mitch Trubisky on Monday.
Louis Riddick knows Matt Nagy well enough not to panic after one uneven Mitch Trubisky start.
Patrick Mahomes says he wouldn’t be where he was had he not sat a year and learned behind Alex Smith and under Andy Reid and Matt Nagy. Makes you wonder…
Mitch Trubisky must unlearn what he has learned.
It was just one game, but the Bears kept it clean and that’s a sign that things are changing for the better.
Remember when Allen Robinson was the big-name addition that headlined the Bears’ offseason? Turns out he had a nice debut, too.
Khalil Mack, Jordan Howard, and Kyle Long stood out among the best of the best in Week 1.
The Bears left some points on the field on Sunday, but one play stands out from others.
Roquan Smith made the most of his brief cameo, but will soon be asked to do more.
The Bears didn’t give their best player the ball often enough in a gut-wrenching defeat.
It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was Mitch Trubisky’s first regular-season start of 2018.
Talk about it. Be about it. And just do it. The Bears are talking like a contender because they’ve put it all on the table.
Some of the Bears’ newest additions are expected to put up numbers that would make Bears fans VERY happy.
Fitting Adrian Amos’ extension could be a challenge for the Bears’ front office.
Khalil Mack is set to make his Bears debut under the bright lights of Lambeau Field. Let’s get to know him a little better.
PFF loves what Trey Burton did during the preseason. And frankly, so did I.
Adrian Amos has earned a second contract. But what will it look like?
It’s our first look at a Bears team that now includes Khalil Mack. What a time to be alive!
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