Category: Bears

Bears Buying Defense

Bears Buying Defense

Since free agency started last Wednesday the Bears have again opened up the purse strings in another attempt to shore up the defensive side of the ball. Chicago’s inked Danny Trevathan(ILB, Broncos), Jerell Freeman(ILB, Colts), and most recently Akiem Hicks(DE, Patriots) to deals which in theory should improve one of the worst defensive units in the league. Last year Chicago […]

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Lt. Gen. Michael S. Tucker, commanding general of First U.S. Army, headquartered in Rock Island Arsenal, Illinois, and Command Sgt. Maj. Sam Young, also of First U.S. Army, witness the coin toss prior to kick off between the Chicago Bears and Minnesota Vikings at Soldier Field, an NFL match designated to honor troops, held a few days after Veterans Day, Nov. 16. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. 1st Class Michel Sauret)

Alshon Staying A Bear

There’s never any doubt the four year pro out of South Carolina was ever going to leave the Windy City, especially not after Brandon Marshall was traded to the Jets last year for a fifth round selection (Adrian Amos). Alshon Jeffery had a modest season by his standards after setting career highs in the two previous seasons where he played […]

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No Brainer

No Brainer

Matt Forte announced on his instagram over the weekend that the Bears have decided not to re-sign him after eight season in Chicago. Forte was the Bears’ feature back for most of his career in Chicago finishing his Bears career with over 12,700 yards of total offense (8,602yds rushing, 4,116yds receiving) and 64 career touchdowns. Forte will be 31 by […]

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NFC North’s Last Stand

NFC North’s Last Stand

The Green Bay Packers went down in a blaze of glory and did two things before they exited the NFL in 2015. The first thing Green Bay did was exploit an Arizona Cardinals Offense that looked extremely shaky at best in scoring just 20 points in regulation. In addition they proved that Aaron Rodgers is by far and away the […]

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Gase to Dolphins

Gase to Dolphins

Apparently if you can help Jay Cutler become a viable quarterback in the NFL you’re more than capable of running a franchise, and over the weekend that’s exactly what happened as former Bears OC Adam Gase was named the head coach of the Miami Dolphins signing a five-year deal with the club. Gase, 37 becomes the youngest head coach in […]

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Minnesota Vikings' Adrian Peterson runs during the second half an NFL football game against the Green Bay Packers Sunday, Jan. 3, 2016, in Green Bay, Wis. (AP Photo/Matt Ludtke)

NFC North Week 17

The NFL Regular Season wrapped up on Sunday and as expected the final game of the season was the NFC North Championship Game up in Lambeau between the Vikings and Packers. It was a big night for the Vikings as they avenged the earlier loss to the Packers at home and claimed their first divisional crown since 2009. The Packers […]

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NFC North Week 16 Review

NFC North Week 16 Review

To start things off I hope everyone had a very Merry Christmas and celebrated it with friends and family alike. If you’ve been steadily reading the weekly reports of the NFC North throughout the year you’d know that the Bears have had another lost season and won’t make the playoffs for the fifth year in a row. The division has […]

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NFC North Week 14 Review

NFC North Week 14 Review

As it inches closer and closer to Christmas and the eventual end of the regular season, the NFC North now appears to be all but wrapped up by the Green Bay Packers who won at home on Sunday in blowout fashion over a depleted Dallas Cowboys 28-7. The Minnesota Vikings just three days earlier played a heck of a game […]

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NFC North Struggles In Week 13

NFC North Struggles In Week 13

The fact that the Green Bay Packers had one of the most unexpected wins of the season on Thursday does not take away from the Bears, Lions, and Vikings looking terrible at the end of the early games yesterday. Green Bay was saved by a face mask penalty that was undoubtedly warranted, however the defensive play calling on the extra […]

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NFC North Stretch Run

NFC North Stretch Run

The NFC North is quickly becoming the most competitive and well balanced division in football, and after the slew of games over Thanksgiving things are really going to be tight throughout the month of December starting on Thursday Night when the Packers travel to Ford Field in Detroit to take on the suddenly scorching Lions. The Lions have won three […]

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