It was another week and another win for the Chicago Bears after surviving a hotter-than-expected contest in the desert by beating the Arizona Cardinals 16-14 Sunday afternoon. It was a […]
There’s not gonna be much to this column, mainly cause I’m writing this later than usual and I don’t want there to be much to it. Also, this wasn’t that […]
So necessary is initiative in dealing with the issues that plague so many of the communities the NFL represent. In their actions this week Bears from both the past and present are sending a correct message to the youth of Chicago.
Scoring a combined six points while giving up a combined 58, Arizona is in search of answers. There may be an element of unexpectedness from the Cardinals due to their desperation to see something encouraging this week, but overall this is a team in the beginning stages of a rebuild.
The sights and sounds at Soldier Field Monday night were mostly unlike the kinds we’ve gotten used to in recent years, there was a buzz that was so persistent it […]
(Week 2 showed) a prime example of what the NFL offers as a weekly spectacle and the continued layers it flashes to generations of fans who can’t imagine a better routine each Sabbath day from Noon to around 10:30 in the evening…
In facing off against the Seattle Seahawks … Chicago is being given a rare second-consecutive chance at a winnable game against a team that they’d really impress the rest of the league with if they won.
The NFL is a week-to-week league and the first month of the season is almost an extension of the preseason with so many teams resting starters.
Ryan Bukowiecki covers the Chicago Bears for WARR
WARR Editorial Director Kyle Means offers a quick take on the Chicago Bears’ latest effort and the rest of the NFL each Monday