Once the release of the schedule came out for the Bears, fans got a taste of what a division winning schedule looks like compared to a last place schedule.
Aaron Rodgers and Mike McCarthy shows that relationships in sports are usually short and if they are long, expect drama to come knocking.
April Fool’s day is the prankster’s Christmas and it also falls on the official start of the month of April every year, otherwise known as draft month in the NFL. […]
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.
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 […]
(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…
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