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  • Alshon Jeffery's drops prove crucial in Bears' failed upset bid

    Alshon Jeffery's drops prove crucial in Bears' failed upset bid
    Sitting in front of his locker stall late Sunday afternoon, Bears receiver Alshon Jeffery patted the front of his chest. Jeffery wanted the culpability for the Bears' 10th loss, a 20-14 stumble against the Lions. "That's my fault," he said. "Blame...
  • Three Bears

    Three Bears
    Too hot: Alshon Jeffery Friday at Halas Hall, Jeffery was reminded of his prolific track record against the Vikings — namely his 12-catch, 249-yard, two-touchdown effort at the Metrodome in Week 13 last season. "Hopefully I can have another game...
  • 10 thoughts after Bears' win over Vikings

    10 thoughts after Bears' win over Vikings
    Ten thoughts after the Chicago Bears ended their three-game losing streak Sunday with a 21-13 victory over the Minnesota Vikings at Soldier Field. 1. It sure looked like a here-they-go-again moment. The Bears were trailing 3-0 and had moved the ball a...
  • Receivers Brandon Marshall, Alshon Jeffery return to Bears practice

    Receivers Brandon Marshall, Alshon Jeffery return to Bears practice
    Chicago Bears receivers Brandon Marshall (right ankle) and Alshon Jeffery (hamstring) returned to practice Thursday with limited participation. They are expected to play Sunday against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Soldier Field. Returner/receiver Chris...
  • Bears found wanting against Cowboys whenever it mattered

    It is hard to overcome the loss of one of your playmaking wide receivers as the Bears were forced to do Thursday night when Brandon Marshall exited in the second quarter with two fractured ribs and a lung injury. The Bears were short-handed in other...
  • Brad Biggs' Bears film session

    Brad Biggs' Bears film session
    Marc Trestman acknowledged the Bears' clock management in the final minutes of the second quarter should have been handled better Sunday. The Bears failed to maximize their timeouts, so an opportunity to, at the minimum, push to get into field-goal...
  • Bears pick on lone Viking to assure victory

    Bears pick on lone Viking to assure victory
    Poor Josh Robinson. If you're looking for the quickest synopsis of the Bears' sometimes heartening, often clunky, altogether relieving 21-13 victory over the Vikings on Sunday, it's right there in that three-word summary. Poor Josh Robinson. In...
  • Jay Cutler's struggles continue, throwing 3 interceptions in loss

    Jay Cutler's struggles continue, throwing 3 interceptions in loss
    Jay Cutler fired his first pass against the Saints on Monday night into the Bears' sideline, a bailout on a doomed play. His next throw, on the ensuing snap, ended up in the hands of diving cornerback Patrick Robinson. That's to say it was business as...
  • Bears rookie safety Brock Vereen has a lot to work on

    Upon reviewing Thursday's 34-17 loss to the Lions, Bears rookie safety Brock Vereen reached a predictable conclusion. In surrendering 383 passing yards, the secondary never made the impact it desired. "We had opportunities to make plays, we just didn'...
  • What did Jimmy Clausen give the Bears? Reasons to fire Marc Trestman and Phil Emery

    What did Jimmy Clausen give the Bears? Reasons to fire Marc Trestman and Phil Emery
    You know what Jimmy Clausen proved against the Lions on Sunday? That Phil Emery and Marc Trestman have to be fired, that’s what. Emery paid Jay Cutler $126.7 million to be a franchise quarterback. Trestman benched him in favor of Clausen, trying...
  • Bears can try to get Matt Forte ball in some space with rail concept

    Bears can try to get Matt Forte ball in some space with rail concept
    With the ball in the red zone, quarterback Jay Cutler and the Bears can use the pick route to create a one-on-one situation for running back Matt Forte on the quick rail concept versus the Vikings man-coverage scheme. As shown here, the Bears have their...