Month: November 2009

Four Downs: Keys to beating the Cardinals

Posted in News and Rumors on November 6, 2009 at 12:11 pm by

A look at four keys for the Bears to beat this week’s opponent. 1. Get after Kurt Warner The key to this game, more so than anything else, will be how well the Cardinals’ passing […] Read the full article »

The Depth Chart: 2009 Week 9 Power Rankings

Posted in News and Rumors on November 6, 2009 at 12:00 pm by

(Previous Rank; Previous Result; Rank Change) 1. Indianapolis Colts (No. 1; W, 18-14 vs. SF; No Change) Remain unbeaten with a narrow victory over the visiting 49ers. Can’t overlook Texans this week to Week 10’s […] Read the full article »

Barring injury, Bears won’t catch Vikings in 2009

Posted in News and Rumors on November 4, 2009 at 11:58 am by

While perusing the web for fan opinion as I often do to gauge the pulse of Bear Nation, I came across a curious question submitted by a fan to a Q&A article written by Sun-Times […] Read the full article »

In-season changes to offensive line not an option

Posted in News and Rumors on November 3, 2009 at 6:38 pm by

The Bears’ offensive line has been under heavy scrutiny all season and with just cause. What was supposed to be a vastly improved position with three new starters, including a red-shirt first round draft pick […] Read the full article »

Monday Morning Quarterback: Bears-Browns (11.01.09)

Posted in News and Rumors on November 2, 2009 at 12:36 pm by

Sunday’s victory over the Browns was a big step for the Bears for many reasons. First, it broke a losing streak that they were in and gave them some much-needed confidence after a demoralizing loss […] Read the full article »

Postgame Thoughts: Bears vs. Browns (11.01.09)

Posted in News and Rumors on November 1, 2009 at 3:33 pm by

There’s no such thing as a bad victory. A win is a win and a 1-point victory counts just the same in the standings as a blowout. I sat through three and a half quarters […] Read the full article »

Game Breakdown: Browns at Bears (11.01.09)

Posted in News and Rumors on November 1, 2009 at 9:37 am by

Bears offense vs. Browns defense If there’s one team against whom even the woeful Bears’ run game can have success, it’s the Browns. Cleveland’s defense is second-worst at stopping the run, yielding 170.6 yards per […] Read the full article »