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  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Five things we learned about Bears in Week 10

    Five things we learned about Bears in Week 10
    The Chicago Bears’ season disintegrated in spectacular fashion Sunday night in a 55-14 loss to the Green Bay Packers. Stunningly, the Bears managed to sink lower than their 51-23 loss to the New England Patriots in Week 8. They appeared totally lost...
  • Can Bears right the many wrongs in their offense?

    Can Bears right the many wrongs in their offense?
    From the sounds of things last Monday, Bears coach Marc Trestman has a good idea where problems lie in his offense. Whether or not he and his staff indeed diagnosed the issues and, as importantly, developed a strategy to fix them remains to be seen with...
  • Which young player bears watching in the second half?

    Which young player bears watching in the second half?
    What young up and coming players should I focus on during the rest of the season? -- @GBlazek from Twitter I’d keep a close eye on continued development from the entire roster. Wide receiver Alshon Jeffery hasn’t produced quite like he did...
  • 10 thoughts after Bears' loss to the Dolphins

    10 thoughts after Bears' loss to the Dolphins
    Ten thoughts after the Chicago Bears continued their winless ways at Soldier Field, losing to the Miami Dolphins 27-14 on Sunday in a poor game all the way around. 1. The Bears were so ineffective offensively in the first half, they ran only 18 plays as...
  • Marshall calls Bears' 3-4 record 'unacceptable'

     Marshall calls Bears' 3-4 record 'unacceptable'
    It doesn't look like that schedule backloaded with home games is going to do the Bears much good. Not this season. The problem isn't just that the Bears lost 27-14 on Sunday to the Dolphins at Soldier Field. The issue is they were totally outclassed...
  • Poor 1st half puts Bears in hole they can't dig out of

    Poor 1st half puts Bears in hole they can't dig out of
    When Bears coach Marc Trestman appeared on the Soldier Field video board for his usual halftime interview Sunday, the home fans unleashed their collective frustration. The offense's inconsistency, the turnovers, the unmet expectations — all of...
  • Ten thoughts on Dolphins 27-14 win at Chicago

    Ten thoughts on Dolphins 27-14 win at Chicago
    Ten thoughts on the Dolphins win in Chicago: 1. Could the Dolphins Sunday have gone more to a good script? Ryan Tannehill was great. The defense caused three turnovers to help set up the offense. The Green Bay loss didn't linger at all. OK, the...
  • Bears can target receivers deep against Dolphins

     Bears can target receivers deep against Dolphins
    The Bears and quarterback Jay Cutler can continue to push the ball downfield to wide receivers Brandon Marshall and Alshon Jeffery by using max protection and targeting the Yankee route versus the Dolphins. As shown here, the Bears have their Ace/12...
  • Dolphins cornerbacks facing tall task vs. Bears receivers

    Dolphins cornerbacks facing tall task vs. Bears receivers
    The Dolphins have short cornerbacks. Brent Grimes, the Pro Bowl selection who plays the left side, is 5-foot-10. So is veteran Cortland Finnegan, who plays on the right side. The Chicago Bears have tall wide receivers. Brandon Marshall is 6-foot-4....