Things are different this year, where the Bears are the hunted but they seemingly don’t have the typical swag of a year ago…stealing a victory like that after a embarrassment in Week 1 must feel like a lift for the whole team.
This is a huge week for head coach Matt Nagy and quarterback Mitchell Trubisky, they have a lot to prove. The challenge will be extremely tough playing a familiar face in Broncos head coach Vic Fangio.
This celebratory opener against hated rival Green Bay was supposed to be the beginning of something special, what played out was more of a massive flop, or something from a horror movie.
Tonight marks the first time Bears fans will get to see what a promising young core can do playing against one of their bitter rivals. Make no mistake, the NFC North will be tough and likely the winner will be the team that wins in the division early and often.
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.