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Dec 21, 2014; Glendale, AZ, USA; Arizona Cardinals cornerback Patrick Peterson (21) against the Seattle Seahawks at University of Phoenix Stadium. The Seahawks defeated the Cardinals 35-6. Mandatory Credit: Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

Week 2: Bears vs. Cardinals

This weekend the Bears host their second consecutive 2014 playoff team when the Arizona Cardinals come to town. The Cardinals have a top five defense in the league and have their starting quarterback back in Carson Palmer. The Cardinals are led on defense by their secondary with what is known around the league as the “No Fly Zone”. The leader […]

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Preseason Opener 2015

Preseason Opener 2015

The Bears have their┬áPreseason opener on Thursday Night at home verse the Miami Dolphins at 7PM. The Bears have gone through nearly two weeks of practices before Thursday’s game and while no one expects any of the starters to play meaningful minutes, it’ll be of the utmost importance for those battling for a roster spot to “flash” in the time […]

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Nearing It’s End!

Nearing It’s End!

The Bears home schedule mercilessly ended yesterday, and it wasn’t pretty in any way, shape, or form. First of all the Lions are terrible and will be run off the field next Sunday at Lambeu Field. This game was probably a big reason why NBC decided to choose the AFC North title game over the NFC North even though the […]

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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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Calming Affect

Calming Affect

The Bears snapped a bunch of losing streaks yesterday in their 21-13 victory over Minnesota on a cold day by the lake. First off the Bears snapped an overall losing streak of three to get themselves out of the basement of the NFC North. The win got them to 4-6 on the season and by winning their only head-to-head with […]

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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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Bears Lose Opener

Bears Lose Opener

The Bears lost their season opener yesterday and it’s a game that although is the first of 16 has the ability to resonate throughout the season. Unlike every other sport in North America, football is played once a week for 17 weeks. The Bears are given eight home games, most of those games they need to win in order to […]

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Promising Bears Season Begins

Promising Bears Season Begins

The Bears open their preseason tonight against the team that started their demise last winter the Philadelphia Eagles. The last time these two teams met┬áthe Eagles clobbered the Bears via 54-11, it was this loss that lead to Chicago needing to beat Green Bay at home to clinch a playoff spot. Of course Chicago didn’t do that and tonight marks […]

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Starving For Football

Starving For Football

NFL Training Camps will start next week around the United States and for me like I’m assuming the rest of America it can’t come fast enough. This week is really a tough one in the sports world because baseball is put on hold for the annual All Star Game and the list of viable things to write about is scarce. […]

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Bears Free Agency Flurry

Bears Free Agency Flurry

There was a storm a-brewin’ last week and it wasn’t just the one that dumped 6″ on the Chicagoland area. The Bears turned their radar on to target free agency and joined a league-wide spending spree like nothing we’ve seen in the past. The NFL is the hottest sport in America right now with a popularity that not even Justin […]

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