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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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Week 10: Bears @ Rams

Week 10: Bears @ Rams

Chicago’s got a chance to get their second win a row after losing two in a row wrapped around the bye week earlier this season. Chicago enters the game in St. Louis at 3-5 and yet to see themselves get to the .500 mark. Chicago came within a game of that, but a heartbreaking loss in Detroit in Week 6 […]

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Decision Time

Decision Time

A big moment is upcoming for the Chicago Bears in terms of the Jay Cutler saga because his roster bonus is due next week which will essentially guarantee him a roster spot in 2016 unless he can be traded. Cutler’s $15.5 Million is already on the books and that number will balloon to $26 Million if Chicago decides to keep […]

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Sunday Nightmare

Sunday Nightmare

Last night the Bears may have hit their franchises lowest point of all time as the wheels came completely off up in Lambeau Field. The Bears trailed the Packers 42-0 at halftime and Aaron Rodgers threw six touchdown passes before being taken out midway through the third quarter. The Bears eventually lost the game 55-14 and the talk about the […]

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How much of the blame falls on this man?

UNBEARABLE

In lieu of last weeks demonstrative adjective to describe how awful the Bears were at home against the Dolphins, the only demonstrative adjective I could use to describe them against another AFC East opponent was unbearable (pun-intended). Now granted the Bears were never going to win this game, and by Vegas appointing them as mere 6- point underdogs in Foxboro […]

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Sailing Away

Sailing Away

Is what the Bears season’s doing. Much like the pass that was severely overthrown and crippling in yesterday’s loss, the Bears seem to be losing what optimism they had coming into this season. The defense was again porous, and couple that with a special teams gaffe to go along with Cutler and Forte’s costly turnovers, and you get a blown […]

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Cut to the Chase

Cut to the Chase

Reporting day has come and the Bears have finally taken the field in Bourbonnais for their first official practice of the season. The Bears biggest question heading into the 2014-15 campaign is the play of Jay Cutler who in the offseason signed a new 7-year deal worth $127 Million. Cutler on average will be paid $17.6 Million which puts him […]

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Guess Who’s Back?

Guess Who’s Back?

It took GM Phil Emery less than a week to lock up his franchise quarterback to a seven-year extension keeping him away from pending unrestricted free agency. Jay Cutler will make an average of at least $17.6 million per year over the length of the contract while also being guaranteed $50 Million. Other contracts on par with this sort of […]

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Title Tilt

Title Tilt

Soldier Field will be the place to be this weekend when the Bears try to slay the dragon and their own inner demons en route to hosting the Wild-Card Weekend.  Notwithstanding the 43-point lambasting last weekend, the Bears are hopeful that the return of Lance Briggs will allow for a effective defense.  Unfortunately, the offense-challenged Packers also have a player returning from injury who goes by the […]

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Cubs Get Creamed

Cubs Get Creamed

Last night’s Bears-Eagles game was supposed to be the marquee matchup in the NFL  The Bears entered the game knowing that every team in the NFC North had already lost.  This presented the Bears with the opportunity to clinch the North and rest their starters for the playoffs. But that would be the smart and easy move.  Instead the little Bears took the field and allowed the Eagles […]

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