Even after understanding positional value and age curves, an Akiem Hicks extension with the Bears still has a certain pull.
Za’Darius Smith, a big piece of the Packers’ defensive puzzle, is out for at least three weeks.
Yet another Bears offensive lineman dealing with a serious injury. This time, it’s rookie Larry Borom.
The Giants and Football Team put on a show, which featured cautionary tales the Bears should note going into Week 2.
Week 1 is in the books, and we’re all ready to do it all over again.
Yeah, this feels like a good week for Matt Nagy and Bill Lazor to draw up some routes past the sticks for their receivers.
Seeing Eddie Goldman go from limited on Wednesday to not practicing on Thursday suggests the injured nose tackle had a set-back.
Andy Dalton was accurate with his throws, limiting poor decisions and tosses in his Bears debut. But there’s a but…
Now that Chicago has added speed to its roster, the time to use it has come for Matt Nagy and his offensive braintrust.
That should do it for the double doink jokes from Green Bay fans, at least for a while.
One small step onto the practice field for Eddie Goldman could ultimately be one large leap once Sunday rolls around.
You Can Add Bears Offensive Coordinator Bill Lazor to the Justin Fields Fan Club
Sunday’s loss could be a sign of what’s to come on future game days. GULP.
Some mid-week roster shuffling by the Bears brings in a 6-8, 308-pound developmental OL project.
Letting Monty Cook, DBs Getting Burned, Safety Responsibilities, Where’s Sherman? And Other Bears Bullets
It wasn’t pretty watching (or re-watching) Sunday’s Bears game, particularly when the defense was on the field in coverage.
D.J. Hayden was one of three cornerbacks reportedly in for tryouts. And with 91 games under his belt, he has the most experience.
If Nagy is still looking for an offensive identity, then he should walk over to FedEx Ground Player of the Week Nominee David Montgomery.
The Great Justin Fields Debate: Why Now? Why Not? Week 4 Expectations, Precedent, Free Agent Promises, More
I don’t know how much more Justin Fields we’ll see this week, but we haven’t seen the last of him.
When a new wide receiver is immediately comfortable questioning the game plan, you’ve got a problem. (Especially if he’s right.)
Andy Dalton is looking on the bright side.
Want more Fields? The Bears will need to be in more late/close situations moving forward.
Two images tell the story of what’s wrong with the Bears’ offense, and we can start with the Dalton-Robinson connection.
Not exactly what you want to hear after last night’s game, when Jackson was looking a lot like last year.
Defensive Shortcomings, Dalton vs. Fields (Because That’s Not Going Anywhere), and Other Bears Bullets
The defense broke down last night.
An ugly start to the 2021 season isn’t what anyone had in mind for tonight.
The Bears aren’t going away!
The first points of the year belong to David Montgomery.
Are you ready for some football? It’s Bears and Rams to close out a wild Sunday of NFL action in prime time.
Nice for the Bears in any case, but a little extra juicy ending.
That’s the first ejection of the season.
He can do that right away? It’s legal?
If 2020 was a year of reckoning for GM Ryan Pace, what does it make 2021 — especially when his contract is set to expire at year’s end?
If Andy Dalton struggles, Justin Fields could see time on the field with a package of plays.
So … we’re rooting for Andy Dalton to be at his absolute best tonight (right?).
After missing last year while sitting out due to coronavirus concerns, a knee injury is keeping Eddie Goldman out of action for Week 1.
Take One Last Look at Justin Fields Throwing Deep Balls at Practice Because It Might Be a While Until We See Them Again
This might be the most we’ll see from Justin Fields for a while.