The NFL’s biggest pre-draft event has passed and as it typically does the NFL Combine came through to provide a weekend plus filled with news, starting with the continued ruminations […]
The combine is equivalent to the winter meetings in baseball. A lot of potential deals could be sparked in the coming week and fans get constant updates from the people running their franchises.
The future looks bright and promising with a roster of core players in the early stages of their prime or still have yet to reach their full potential…the problem is that nothing is guaranteed in the NFL, with roster turnover and injuries each season is its own.
The Chicago Bears acted swiftly in replacing much heralded defensive coordinator Vic Fangio after he was hired away to lead the Denver Broncos. The decision to hire from within or […]
A whole host of candidates will be interested in this job from former head coaches to up and coming assistants, the Bears job will be seen as a path to getting a head coach job.
We should prepare for some sort of difference in the defense in 2019, hopefully it won’t be enough to derail the next Super Bowl train, but it will be hard to replace the best Bears defensive coach since Buddy Ryan.
The playoffs are a time that can produce both blissful joy or utter despair and the Bears felt both in their loss to the Eagles.
Playing from behind is something this Bears team was not down to do this season, even at their best. In a pressurized situation such as Sunday’s they were exposed.
It was Chicago’s first win in the NFC North in over two years, and it wasn’t anywhere near as close as the final score let on. The entire team was uplifted before the game as its best overall player and best offensive player made their returns in edge rusher Khalil Mack and wide receiver Allen Robinson
Ryan Bukowiecki covers the Chicago Bears and the NFL for WARR; Each week leading up to the NFL Draft (April 26-28), Ryan and Ken Davis from “The D & Davis […]