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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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Good Riddance

Good Riddance

were the words tweeted by Bears OL Kyle Long upon Ray McDonald’s release after domestic abuse on a woman holding a child in California. McDonald is now a repeat¬†offender of domestic violence and could be kicked out of the league entirely after the NFL changed its stance on how it disciplines players who batter woman or children while playing in […]

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Spring Cleaning

Spring Cleaning

It appears the Bears are going to be looking a lot different when they take the field next year and for most Bears fans it should come with a huge sigh of relief. Chicago finished last season 5-11 losing their final five games amidst some of the worst turmoil in the league. Phil Emery and Marc Trestman were replaced and […]

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Picking Up The “Pace”

Picking Up The “Pace”

Today¬†the Bears introduced 37-year old Saints Director of Player Personnel Ryan Pace as their general manager, replacing the recently fired Phil Emery. Ryan Pace had been with the Saints since 2001 when he started as a marketing intern with the club out of Eastern Illinois. Pace was highly regarded by his former club and was sought after for other general […]

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A beleaguered Jay Cutler faces off against the Saints tonight

Fault Under The Stars

When ESPN decided to pick tonight’s Bears-Saints game at Soldier Field for their Week 15 matchup they never could’ve imagined it being a battle between two 5-8 teams. However in knowing that these two teams have identical losing records, it’s almost equally as unimpressive that the Saints have control of their own destiny and could host a playoff game at […]

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Second Half Surge

Second Half Surge

The Bears have won their second game in a row, expectedly defeating the now 2-9 Lovie Smith led Tampa Bay Buccaneers 21-13 yesterday at Soldier Field. Love Smith’s return wasn’t the biggest storyline on the day because of how poor the Bucs have been all year. The change over from Greg Schiano to Smith hasn’t gone as planned, and after […]

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Packing A Punch!

Packing A Punch!

Jay Cutler returned to form yesterday as he had his worst game of the season and suffered yet another loss at the hands of the Green Bay Packers and Aaron Rodgers. In the first half it was a tug of war with points galore on a sun drenched Soldier Field. The third quarter is really where Cutler lost the game […]

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Black and Blue Rivalry

Black and Blue Rivalry

First things first I don’t want either of these games played until after Week 9. I want both of these games to either be at 4:25 or 8:30 and the colder the better, preferably with snow covering the field. Last year everyone knows what happened between these two teams. Rodgers got injured during the first contest up in Green Bay […]

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Bearing Down

Bearing Down

It’s time to party like it’s 1985! Well maybe not, but the last time the Bears went into San Francisco and beat the Niners, it was the year of the super bowl shuffle. Last night Chicago erased a 17 point deficit in its comeback victory at San Francisco’s brand new home Levi Stadium, and managed to do what they couldn’t […]

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Week 2: By The Bay

Week 2: By The Bay

The Bears travel to the city by the bay this Sunday Night in the feature game of the week. Chicago’s coming off a difficult home loss to Buffalo while the Niners stomped the Cowboys on the road causing four turnovers in the win. Sunday Night will mark the opening of Levi Stadium, the newest in the NFL. Chicago last week […]

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