Brady and Belichick vs. Goff and McVay. It’s (almost) Super Bowl Sunday.
Category: Game Previews
We dreamed about an Eagles-like rise for the 2018 Bears, but we didn’t think it would go this well, this soon. But here we are! Go Bears!
In Week 11, the Bears were in search of a statement win. Six weeks later, it’s the Vikings desperate for a victory. How the tables have turned!
The 49ers have a winning record in home games and the Bears are just a .500 team on the road. Does that spell trouble for the NFC North champs?
It’s a revenge game with the NFC North crown hanging in the balance.
It’s a trap … game!
The Bears will be looking for their third win in 12 days when the Thanksgiving lid-lifter kicks off.
Sunday’s Bears-Vikings game has the makings of a potential NFC North classic.
Two teams with first-year head coaches square off at Soldier Field.
The first-place Bears head to the road in search of their second straight win, but might not have Khalil Mack in their corner.
It’s a marquee matchup between two of the top quarterback prospects to come out of the last two NFL Drafts.
Tom Brady’s final game in Chicago doesn’t have to be his last game against the Bears. Just saying…
It’s a trap game!
It’s the high-flying Buccaneers offense against what has been a dominant Bears defense so far this year.
The Bears are looking to move above .500 for the first time since 2014, which is oh, so sad.
Assemble all your rowdy friends for Monday night.
Bears. Packers. And a Game Preview 250 days in the making!
Party over, oops, out of time…
Trubisky v. Kizer.
Kyle Fuller revenge game? Another Jordan Howard breakout? Mitch Trubisky’s big encore? So many possibilities…
Here we go again.
There’s more to Sunday’s game than a matchup between Mitch Trubisky and Jimmy Garoppolo.
The Eagles are everything the Bears want to be next year, so this could be a good week to take notes and see how it’s done.
Losing two consecutive home games against NFC North rivals would be tough to stomach.
This is the most excited we’ve been for a Bears-Packers game since … the last one they played. But this feels different.
It’s a return and revenge game for Bears GM Ryan Pace and defensive end Akiem Hicks.
Let’s win two (in a row)!
Mitch Trubisky hits the road for the first time.
It feels like Week 1 all over again with Mitch Trubisky at quarterback.
Tonight’s Bears-Packers game is the ultimate rubber match, as the all-time series is tied at 94-94-6.