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  • Former QB Rich Gannon: 'I'd sit Jay Cutler'

    Former QB Rich Gannon: 'I'd sit Jay Cutler'
    Rich Gannon’s experience with Marc Trestman helps his voice resonate louder than most of the echoing critics following the Bears’ second consecutive non-competitive loss.   Gannon has credibility as one of Trestman’s greatest examples...
  • Lance Briggs: 'This is probably my last year as a Chicago Bear'

    Lance Briggs: 'This is probably my last year as a Chicago Bear'
    Chicago Bears linebacker Lance Briggs insists he’s ready to return to action. This week. With few if any limitations. After missing three games with an injury to his ribs and then recharging over the team’s off week, Briggs wants it known...
  • Expect more from Ego Ferguson and Will Sutton

     Expect more from Ego Ferguson and Will Sutton
    With half the regular season behind them and all preseason, Ego Ferguson and Will Sutton already have played in as many games as they would during a college season. It's what the rookie defensive tackles do in the second half of the season that will...
  • Aaron Rodgers sympathizes with Jay Cutler

    Aaron Rodgers sympathizes with Jay Cutler
    NFL.com reports: Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers voiced support for Jay Cutler in the wake of Bears offensive coordinator Aaron Kromer's apology for being the source of anonymous criticism of his quarterback, saying he would have "a major problem if...
  • NFL Week 16: Schedule plan means fantastic finishes in division races

    NFL Week 16: Schedule plan means fantastic finishes in division races
    The fix is in — and it's working. Five seasons ago, confronted with the problem of playoff-bound teams resting starters and coasting into the postseason, the NFL began scheduling only division games for the final week of the season. The theory...
  • Sam Farmer's Week 17 NFL picks

    Last week: 8-8 (8-8 against the spread). Season: 153-86-1 (128-111-1 against the spread). Browns (7-8) at Ravens (9-6) Noon Sunday Ravens by 9 (O/U 41.5) The Ravens still have a postseason pulse, and that should be sufficient incentive. Stage...
  • Either Cowboys or Lions will end their NFL playoff drought

    Either Cowboys or Lions will end their NFL playoff drought
    Slowing running back DeMarco Murray is a huge key to stopping the Dallas Cowboys. The Detroit Lions caught a big break in that regard this week when the NFL reduced the one-game suspension of All-Pro defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh to a hefty fine. Suh...
  • Tony Romo rallies Cowboys past Lions, 24-20

    Tony Romo rallies Cowboys past Lions, 24-20
    — Face down on the turf, Tony Romo pounded his hands into the ground like a petulant child. Frustrated by a season-ending failure? Far from it. The quarterback was celebrating after giving the Dallas Cowboys the lead in a comeback victory....
  • Tough decision at quarterback looms for Kelly

    Tough decision at quarterback looms for Kelly
    PHILADELPHIA — Chip Kelly might have a decision to make in the wake of Sunday night's 38-27 loss to the Cowboys at the Linc. Nick Foles, who started the season as the No. 1 quarterback, broke his left collarbone in the Nov. 2 win over the Texans,...
  • Until a coach and quarterback align, little else matters

     Until a coach and quarterback align, little else matters
    Ernie Accorsi started as a sportswriter, which isn't the main reason he's the right consultant for the Bears. He began his NFL career in public relations for the Baltimore Colts, where Johnny Unitas was the quarterback. When he became general manager of...
  • Marc Trestman on Jay Cutler's body language: 'We all can do better'

    Marc Trestman on Jay Cutler's body language: 'We all can do better'
    The Bears’ three consecutive losses on national television have rekindled the narrative about how quarterback Jay Cutler’s body language equates to leadership, with various analysts and talking heads piling on at the end of a ruined season....