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  • Ready for the Josh McCown show?

    Ready for the Josh McCown show?
    Ouch. And double ouch. The football gods dropped the hammer on Bears Nation on Monday, as quarterback Jay Cutler is out at least four weeks with a torn groin muscle and linebacker Lance Briggs is out four to six weeks with a shoulder fracture. Which...
  • Bennett: Injuries just part of the roller coaster

    Bennett: Injuries just part of the roller coaster
    Bears tight end Martellus Bennett showed off his artwork publicly for the first time at a reception Monday for The Dinner Party, a monthly talk show at City Winery. And while proceeds from the show will benefit After School Matters, Bears fans wanted to...
  • Bears' death-spiral defense loses only guy who tackles

    Bears' death-spiral defense loses only guy who tackles
    You might think the Bears don’t have much of a team after what you saw in Washington. They lost to a bad team and lost their captains on both side of the ball. Dire, if not terminal. Bears coach Marc Trestman thinks you’re wrong. You...
  • NFL, NFLPA laughably hypocritical

    NFL, NFLPA laughably hypocritical
    Redskins cheap-shot artist Brandon Meriweather had his two-game suspension reduced to one game after an appeal. What, Meriweather was dirty on only one of those personal fouls against the Bears?  There’s your NFL player safety garbage in all...
  • High school coaches trying to clean up illegal hits to head

    High school coaches trying to clean up illegal hits to head
    Great concern abounds for the health and welfare of beloved NFL gladiators, whose quality of life may be compromised because of repeated concussions and other long-term injuries. But what about the masses of young amateur football players across the...
  • Preventing big passing plays, especially late in games, an issue for the Ravens defense

    Preventing big passing plays, especially late in games, an issue for the Ravens defense
    For much of the season, we have asked the Ravens about the need to generate more chunk passing plays down the field. Perhaps just as much of an emphasis should have been placed on the need to prevent them. Surprisingly, no defense has allowed more...
  • As Ravens continue playoff chase, defense knows it must catch up in fourth quarter

    As Ravens continue playoff chase, defense knows it must catch up in fourth quarter
    Amid a blur of confusion and botched tackles, the Ravens' defense was exposed late in the fourth quarter Sunday against the Minnesota Vikings. The timing and nature of the breakdowns that led to two touchdowns in the final minutes of the Ravens' 29-26...
  • Cutler's injury a blessing and a kick in the groin

    Cutler's injury a blessing and a kick in the groin
    If you had to vote on which opponent Jay Cutler should miss for any reason, it would be the Packers. So, the Bears should have that going for them on Monday night. That would appear to be the only thing the Bears have going for them Monday night....
  • Bears reality: Run the ball or get run over

    Bears reality: Run the ball or get run over
    Perhaps the only Bears playmaker who has made fewer plays against the Packers than quarterback Jay Cutler has been running back Matt Forte. Which is not good news for a team that doesn’t have Cutler -- for this week, at least, depending on who you...
  • Packaged plays give McCown solid choices

    Packaged plays give McCown solid choices
    The Bears can run their series of packaged plays against the Packers on Monday night to give backup quarterback Josh McCown multiple run/pass reads within the game plan. Using the All-22 coaches tape, here's the breakdown of Matt Forte's 50-yard...
  • Light touch helps keep game in perspective

    The intersection between serious, down-to-earth business and relaxed, carefree fun in professional football often becomes congested and confusing. As the Bears prepare to face the Packers on Monday night in Green Bay, we all are guilty of over-analyzing...