Despite elements of negativity in their win over the Giants, the Bears are now one of 10 NFL teams to start the year 2-0 after Sunday’s action. Never, ever apologize for victories in the NFL, no matter how ugly they are.
The Giants aren’t a very imposing team, which should allow the Bears early opportunities to seize control of the game like in the opener, though those opportunities weren’t seized upon.
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.
Brown could be a potential game changer for a team but he is also a 30 year old receiver with baggage…in a creative offense with a capable quarterback, the receiver could make a huge difference.
The sights and sounds at Soldier Field Monday night were mostly unlike the kinds we’ve gotten used to in recent years, there was a buzz that was so persistent it […]
(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…
In facing off against the Seattle Seahawks … Chicago is being given a rare second-consecutive chance at a winnable game against a team that they’d really impress the rest of the league with if they won.
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 is a student at the Illinois Media School and a contributor to The D & Davis Show The Chicago Bears had a tough Week 1 loss and should […]