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Category: Chicago Bears News
A bet on the Bears is essentially banking on Khalil Mack taking over … and one I’d be willing to make.
The 2018 Bears are at a similar place to where the 2017 Rams were at this time last year.
The initial feelings of worry that popped up when Eddie Jackson showed up on the injury report have subsided.
If you thought the Bears’ version of Philly Special looked different than you thought it might, there is a good reason behind it.
Khalil Mack, but like you’ve never seen (or heard) before.
Barring an unforeseen setback, it looks like Mitch Trubisky will ride again as the Chicago Bears’ QB1.
Trey Burton is turning catches and touchdowns into money raised for a good cause.
Still prefer Nagy, though.
Mitch Trubisky is back in the saddle with no limitations.
We haven’t heard Matt Nagy sound this optimistic about Mitch Trubisky’s potential playing status since he suffered the injury. Hmmm…
Whoa, whoa, whoa … hold your horses and be nice to the coach.
Hopefully, Brian Urlacher will be joined by guys filling in for Bears because Chicago’s studs will be too busy preparing for the Super Bowl.
Optimism is rising!
Mitch Trubisky is day-to-day, but Wednesday is a big day.
Here’s to you, Mr. Robinson!
Wouldn’t it be a treat to see Kyle Long could be back for the regular-season finale?
I can’t get enough of that awesome trick play!
Unpacking the Loss, Updated Playoff Odds, Earning a First-Round Bye, Howard, Cohen, and Other Bullets
So much good stuff was wasted in defeat.
QB1 is sidelined again.
Everything feels good until the game kicks off.
Mitch Trubisky getting some throws in on Sunday is an encouraging sign.
Two Bears special teams standouts didn’t make the trip to New York.
Nothing like a competitive slate of games on Saturday to get you juiced up for Sunday’s NFL action.
Mitch Trubisky has been medically cleared to throw and there was much rejoicing throughout the land.
Optimism surrounding a Bears backup QB? Say what?
R-E-L-A-X. Akiem Hicks was held out of Wednesday’s practice as a precautionary measure, which also brings us to a noticeable trend in his playing time.
A.K.A. The NFC Defensive Player of the Month!
Mitch Trubisky might be going through drills with his teammates, but QB1 isn’t throwing the ball just yet as he continues to nurse a shoulder injury.