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  • Next 2 games watershed for Cutler

     Next 2 games watershed for Cutler
    I'm relieved the Bears have concluded the junior varsity portion of their schedule and finally have a worthy opponent Sunday night at Soldier Field. The comedy of errors in Nashville was entertaining, but it's time for a 15-round bout between two...
  • Ownership patience a virtue — for now

     Ownership patience a virtue — for now
    On the day after the Texans beat the Bengals last Jan. 7 in the AFC wild-card round for the franchise's first postseason victory, the Web site http://www.FireGaryKubiak.com came down as promised. "We always said if they won a playoff game we'd go away...
  • Bears' offensive line passes big test

    Bears' offensive line passes big test
    Going into Bears versus Texans, many thought the most important game within the game was the Bears offensive line against the Texans' pass rush. Well, a review of the tape shows the Bears won that battle convincingly but still lost the war. Give...
  • 49ers game isn't worth playing Cutler

    49ers game isn't worth playing Cutler
    I've heard it suggested that Jason Campbell is the best backup quarterback in this year's NFL — and that maybe the former Raider and Redskin is better than any No. 2 the Bears have ever had. That's tantamount to the proclamation that Jay Cutler is...
  • When it comes to diversity in the NFL, nepotism trumps the 'Rooney Rule'

    When it comes to diversity in the NFL, nepotism trumps the 'Rooney Rule'
    This NFL offseason represents the 10-year anniversary of the inception of the "Rooney Rule." The rule, named after Pittsburgh Steelers' Chairman Dan Rooney, requires teams to interview minority candidates for all head coaching and senior football...
  • Bears offense suffering identity crisis

    Bears offense suffering identity crisis
    In retrospect the question was more rhetorical than anything, a reaction that popped into my head late Monday night as Lovie Smith tried processing the punishment the 49ers had just inflicted on the Bears. What makes you think the offensive line will...
  • Bears pick off Cowboys 34-18, improve to 3-1

    Bears pick off Cowboys 34-18, improve to 3-1
    ARLINGTON, Texas — A national television audience got a good glimpse of the stout defense and volatile yet improving offense that has defined the first quarter of the Bears season. The defense intercepted Tony Romo five times — with Charles...
  • Cutler leads Bears where it counts

    Cutler leads Bears where it counts
    ARLINGTON, Texas — Leadership can be complicated. So you could walk away from Cowboys Stadium on Monday night questioning Jay Cutler's leadership. But you most certainly had to walk away from Cowboys Stadium on Monday night praising Jay Cutler's...
  • At least Cutler's latest dis comes during win

    At least Cutler's latest dis comes during win
    Jay Cutler’s behavior always seems to be a story, so I guess it’s good that all you really need to know about the Bears’ “Monday Night Football’’ tilt in Dallas is that the supposedly creaky defense outscored Tony Romo&...
  • Hard to argue with Smith's success

    Hard to argue with Smith's success
    If everybody is honest about it, Lovie Smith's disregard for the public aspect of his job can make it hard to say nice things about him. But his football team makes it harder not to. The Bears enter their off week 4-1 and rightfully considered one of...
  • Rice's firing long overdue

     Rice's firing long overdue
    With an uncomfortable laugh, former Chicago State coach Bo Ellis insisted the Mike Rice he knew never crossed the line dealing with players during three years as a Cougars assistant on his staff from 1998-2001. "He was a good basketball man at Chicago...