If you told Chicago Bears fans months ago that by the turn of the new year their favorite team would acquire arguably the best defensive player in the NFL, finish […]
This Sunday marks the final day of the 2018 regular season in the NFL and what a regular season it has been across the league, but particularly for the Chicago […]
It’s clear that the Bears still have work to do to maintain consistency on the road, but it was meaningful that they kept control of this game and didn’t allow it to be a disappointing late-season loss.
The Bears should look at this game as an opportunity to improve the way they play with less to their control and gain valuable road experience against an inferior team.
Fresh off their ultra-satisfying, division-clinching win over Green Bay Sunday, the Bears found out five of their starters were selected to the upcoming Pro Bowl, which will take place on Jan. 27th.
The Chicago Bears notched a ticket into the playoffs after clinching the NFC North with a 24-17 victory over the Green Bay Packers and its becoming clear the Bears aren’t scared to dance with anyone.
With the kind of team-wide excellence shown Sunday in all phases of the game an extra intense session at #clubdub — as reported by the guys right after to the post-game shows — is warranted.
In the case of a loss, the Bears can still win the division with another Minnesota Vikings…but the Bears should not settle for any backdoor clinches this week. The only satisfying situation this week includes embarrassment on the part of the Pack.
This marquee match-up boiled down to the Bears defense against the Rams offense. By the end of the game it was clear who won that heavyweight fight, the Rams offense hadn’t been held down anywhere close to the way it was against Chicago.
A couple weeks ago Dallas stunned many and looked like the most aggressive, hard-hitting team in the league. Today they look more like the second such team.