Bears thoughts following general manager Ryan Pace and head coach Matt Nagy's press conference to recap the disappointing 2019 season.
The Green Bay Packers put an end to the Chicago Bears' slim playoff hopes with a 21-13 victory at Lambeau Field.
As they enter a brutal December stretch, the Bears pounded the Cowboys on national television on both sides of the ball, winning 31-24.
The Chicago Bears might not be headed for the 2019 NFL postseason, but the playoffs have already arrived for the month of December.
The Bears pulled even at 6-6 on the season following a 24-20 victory over the Detroit Lions on Thanksgiving.
The Bears could improve to 6-6 on the season if they beat the Lions on Thanksgiving. But what would a 6-6 record do for you after 12 games?
The Bears defeated the New York Giants, 19-14, Sunday at Soldier Field. The game had a similar script to it as the Bears held on for the victory.
A year ago, the Giants ended the Bears' five-game win streak. Now, the Bears are aiming to start a new one. What do you need to see to feel good?
Mitch Trubisky practiced in full on Wednesday and appears to be on track to start Sunday's game against the New York Giants.
There have been plenty of issues the Chicago Bears have faced in 2019. But who or what deserves the most blame for their struggles?