I’d like to sit here and pontificate to you via my keyboard about every problem plaguing the Bears’ offense, and offer surefire solutions how to fix it.
In my 30-plus years of watching football, I’ve seen some crazy finishes. I’ve seen Hail Mary’s. I’ve watched trick plays. And, of course, I’ve witnessed back-to-back weeks of Mike Brown interception returns for touchdowns. In overtime, no less.
What does Bears quarterback Mitch Trubisky need to do Sunday in Denver to regain — or retain — your trust?
The Bears kicked off the NFL’s 100th season by renewing their storied rivalry with the Green Bay Packers. While they didn’t allow a 20-point comeback to a hobbled Aaron Rodgers this time, the final result had a similar feel to last year’s season opener.
Zzzzzz. What? Huh? Oh. I’m awake.
Expectations understandably are high as the 2019 Bears training camp kicks off.
The Chicago Bears had an impressive 12-4 record under the leadership of new head coach Matt Nagy last season.
Mitch Trubisky must take another big step forward for the Bears to make a run at Super Bowl LIV, argues Gary Davenport of Bleacher Report.
The Bears had the worst NFL offseason, according to former Bears head coach John Fox.
After trading up Friday night to select running back David Montgomery, the Bears kept the focus on offense on Day 2. The team selected Georgia wide receiver Riley Ridley in the fourth round of the 2019 NFL Draft.
I wrote a piece on Thursday identifying 5 needs the Bears could address with their five picks in the 2019 NFL Draft. The positions I targeted were running back, outside linebacker, safety, offensive line and cornerback. With the Bears trading Jordan Howard to the Eagles this offseason, running back felt like the most pressing hole to fill.
Draft Day is finally here! It’s the day (or three days, to be exact) that brings a wave of youthful talent to the NFL and provides every team with fresh, new hope.