The Bears’ 5-1 start could ultimately be a job-saver.
Te’o, 29, is inside linebacker depth for the Bears.
With Nick Foles and THAT defense, the Bears are playing complementary football.
Tua’s time to shine on South Beach.
True defensive success all starts with putting pressure on the quarterback, and the Bears defense has begun to deliver.
Eddie Jackson has had TWO pick-sixes wiped off the board because of questionable officiating.
I think Tom Brady has a deep-seated hatred of Nick Foles.
The Panthers are working remotely after a positive COVID-19 test.
Free Cole Kmet!
The Bears acquired a conditional pick for Shaheen before the season.
The Bears are jacked about a 5-1 start. And they should be.
Look at that! The Bears are in first place!
How ’bout them Bears?
Welcome to the show, rookie!
The Bears invade Tar Heel country.
Mike Davis has taken a liking to playing with the Panthers.
Matt Nagy confirmed the Bears’ interest in signing Teddy Bridgewater as a free agent.
Somebody’s gotta fill a big hole.
One of the biggest sideswipes I’ve ever read was a comparison that linked the Bears and Lions.
Nick Foles’ protection is better than you night think.
Mullen’s positive comes days after wanting 90,000 people at the team’s next home game.
Learning From Jimmy Graham, Piñeiro in the Plans, New QB Prospect Crush, COVID Updates, and Other Bears Bullets
I’m glad Jimmy Graham is around to tutor Cole Kmet.
Here come the Bears!
Friday’s injury report is out.
Lamar Miller is on the comeback trail!
Allen Robinson is Catching Everything, So the Next Thing That Should Be Thrown His Way is an Extension
Five games. Fifty-six targets. Zero drops.
Let the trade rumors fly!
Another round of positive tests for the Pats.
Our old friend Adam Gase just got body slammed under the bus.
What’s old is new again.
Bell is chasing a ring in Kansas City.
The Bears should consider themselves fortunate to have this good of injury luck at this point of the season.
The Bears have a Cole Kmet problem (but there are solutions).
A quick look at next year’s cap situation while we’re thinking about spending money elsewhere.
Bell is a free agent and already well-paid by the Jets, so he can simply choose wherever he fits best.