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  • Bears are just like Detroit ... movies

    Bears are just like Detroit ... movies
    The Lions are coming to Chicago on Sunday, with both teams tied atop the NFC North at 5-3. For the Bears, 2013 has been a season in transition—they still have a star unit, but it's the offense, not the defense, that's turning heads. So in honor of...
  • Brad Biggs' 10 thoughts after Bears-Raiders

    Brad Biggs' 10 thoughts after Bears-Raiders
    OAKLAND, Calif — Ten thoughts after the Chicago Bears scored 27 points with the starters in the first half Friday night against the Raiders en route to a 34-26 preseason victory at O.co Coliseum. 1. Tom Flores, the distinguished former coach of...
  • A sign of Cutler's growth (maybe, hopefully, perhaps)

    A sign of Cutler's growth (maybe, hopefully, perhaps)
    You couldn’t miss Jay Cutler’s spreading the ball around in the Bears’ first-half vivisection of the Oakland Raiders on Friday. I mean, he threw to three different tight ends in the first quarter alone, or two tight ends and the...
  • Unprepared, undisciplined, unfocused -- again

    Unprepared, undisciplined, unfocused -- again
    The Bears weren’t ready to start the game. Again. They were undisciplined. Again. They were mistake-prone. Again. They couldn’t stop the run. Again. That’s on the coach. A lot of the Bears’ inexplicably awful performance in...
  • Not Trestman's best decision

    Not Trestman's best decision
    Jay Cutler was hurt. It was obvious. He was hobbling. Limping. His magically healed torn groin had to be some kind of issue. Same goes for his hand, which was slammed on a blitz. And his ankle, which was rolled in the second quarter. Just say his entire...
  • What you know about the Bears CAN hurt you

    What you know about the Bears CAN hurt you
    Sometimes I wish I didn't know anything about football. Because if I didn't, I might have enjoyed Sunday's two-point disaster against Detroit. I might even be smiling now, just like the bartender who served me and my friends during the game. For...
  • The one play the Bears' offense is missing

    The one play the Bears' offense is missing
    The decision to leave injured, inaccurate Jay Cutler in the game, a two-point conversion play that passed out of a run formation, a gift second-chance that ran out of a passing formation, going for it on fourth-and-1 in the first half of a tied game ---...
  • Ravens' secondary preparing for big and unique challenge

    Ravens' secondary preparing for big and unique challenge
    The Ravens have already faced the Denver Broncos’ trio of Demaryius Thomas, Eric Decker and Wes Welker, and prolific wide receiver duos like Jordy Nelson and Randall Cobb of the Green Bay Packers and A.J. Green and Marvin Jones of the Cincinnati...
  • Four Ravens-Bears predictions sure to go wrong

    Four Ravens-Bears predictions sure to go wrong
    The Ravens snapped a three-game losing streak last week, but many of the same issues lingered in their overtime win, none more critical than the running game. They have topped 100 yards on the ground just once, but my crystal ball tells me that their 2.8-...
  • Looking back at the Vikings' 23-20 win over the Chicago Bears

    Looking back at the Vikings' 23-20 win over the Chicago Bears
    Vikings 23, Bears 20 Strategy: The Vikings offense is built around the talents of Adrian Peterson, who is inarguably the NFL's best running back. They put the ball in his hands as much as possible, and they might trot out their fullback and heavy sets...
  • Pump the brakes on giving Cutler's job to McCown

    Pump the brakes on giving Cutler's job to McCown
    Not to diminish Josh McCown’s terrific game Monday night, but the Cowboys came in with the worst defense in the league. Worse even than the Bears’. Sure, McCown showed poise in finding open receivers downfield and even showed some shake in...