It wasn’t supposed to be this way for second-year quarterback Mitch Trubisky.
It’s only been one-eighth of a regular season -- a nod to former Bears head coach Lovie Smith -- and yet the Khalil Mack trade is inarguably paying dividends for Bears general manager Ryan Pace and the Chicago Bears.
The Bears defense exhibited another dominant performance in Monday night's 24-17 victory over the Seattle Seahawks. And although quarterback Mitch Trubisky was inconsistent in his play, he did engineer three scoring drives and threw two touchdown passes in the win.
There’s always a tinge of apprehension in the air anytime the Bears are playing the Packers.
When the news first broke on Friday that Bears head coach Matt Nagy had decided to rest his starters for the dress rehearsal preseason game against the Kansas City Chiefs on Saturday, disappointment was the first emotion that I felt.
With an extra game on the preseason schedule, thanks to an appearance in the Hall of Fame game, it seems as though it’s taken forever to get to that important, yet not so much “dress rehearsal” game.
Summer is here, the weather is hot, and the Bears kick off the 2018 preseason in two weeks when they take on the Baltimore Ravens in the Hall of Fame Game.
With new head coach Matt Nagy in place, ready to leave a footprint on the organization, general manager Ryan Pace set out to give him some tools to accomplish his goals with the installment of the Chicago Bears’ 2018 draft class.
Bears general manager Ryan Pace made an aggressive move by trading into the second round on Friday night in order to select Memphis wide receiver Anthony Miller.
It’s not entirely certain whether the Bears would have selected Notre Dame guard Quenton Nelson with the 8th overall pick on Thursday night, had he not gone two picks earlier to the Indianapolis Colts (the Bears instead picked Georgia linebacker Roquan Smith).