Somehow, someway the Bears have become a somewhat dangerous team, which is a miracle based on their mainly dismal season.
This might not be the sexiest match-up but both of these teams are 6-6 and can’t afford another loss, especially in a winnable game.
Thanksgiving, simply, is a day to be thankful and that exact feeling should be exuding from the Chicago Bears after a 24-20 victory over the Detroit Lions.
2019 has been a total struggle for the Bears, but there are still games to be played and this Sunday against the Giants might be the last time the Bears are favored this season
This team will not be in the playoffs in a year where the Bears were deemed “ready” to compete for a title, which means the final six games will be an observation in futility.
Usually at this time their are a few headlines, simply speculation on some players health at the least. This year is different because everything to this point is indicating the team will be healthy and confident for Week 1. In all likelihood, cut day will be one of the biggest newsworthy days for the Bears since the start of training camp.
Head coach Matt Nagy has elected to rest all his starters and key players for the second year in a row and will leave the back end of the roster to play against the Colts…plenty of young players and players fighting to make the roster will get extended playing time to impress.
And the plot thickens…as the Chicago Bears released some important kicking news over the weekend. To this point in training camp and the preseason, there has been a place kicker […]
Around the league, the parsing of minutes seems to continue to be the norm, but we have seen teams change up the normal preseason routine like the Bears did under coach Matt Nagy last year.
With exhibition game No. 1, a long journey begins based in high hopes and expectations for the reigning NFC North champions.