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ClutchPoints Sep 11, 2018
Matt Nagy says Bears must have ‘finish mentality’

Matt Nagy says Bears must have ‘finish mentality’

Chicago Bears head coach Matt Nagy says his team needs to work on adopting a “finish mentality” after his team found a way to blow a 20-point lead against the Green Bay Packers in Week 1. From Dan Wiederer of the Chicago Tribune (h/t ProFootballTalk): “So we’ve got to really have that finish mentality,” Nagy […] The post Matt Nagy says Bears must have ‘finish mentality’ appeared first on ClutchPoints.
Bear Goggles On Sep 11, 2018

Chicago Bears Coaches Corner: Week One

After a gut wrenching loss to the Packers, it’s time to assess the damage and see what’s salvageable from the 24-23 loss for the Chicago Bears. There were both highs and lows, and certainly the coaches will have more than enough to give both praise and correction in the upcoming week.  Here is the Chicago […] Chicago Bears Coaches Corner: Week One - Bear Goggles On - Bear Goggles On - A Chicago Bears Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
Lombardi Ave Sep 11, 2018

Packers fantasy football fallout after Week 1 win over Bears

Aaron Rodgers threw touchdown passes to three different wide receivers on Sunday night, leading to big fantasy numbers for all three Green Bay Packers pass catchers. For a while it looked like it was going to be a long night for the Green Bay Packers on both sides of the ball. But once Aaron Rodgers […] Packers fantasy football fallout after Week 1 win over Bears - Lombardi Ave - Lombardi Ave - A Green Bay Packers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
Acme Packing Company Sep 11, 2018
Aaron Rodgers’ injury is one of the reasons why the Packers beat the Bears

Aaron Rodgers’ injury is one of the reasons why the Packers beat the Bears

It forced Mike McCarthy’s playcalling in a different direction — one that was much more effective against Chicago’s defense. Well, how was that for a season opener? Everyone, finally, doing all right about now? After looking at #Packers on twitter at half time, I’m glad that some who jumped off the nearest bridge ended up flying and those who took a long walk of the short pier were able to swim. I’m sure right about now your heart rates are close to back to normal. I’m more talking to fellow APC writer Matub on that one. For a little context, he sent our APC group chat updates...
Da Windy City Sep 11, 2018

Chicago Bears: Why the loss is not as bad as it seems

The Chicago Bears took a crushing loss last night to the rival Packers, but there are reasons to be optimistic about the Bears season. Welcome to overreaction Monday. Every team in the NFL played their first game this week and if there is one thing we know about week one, it is the most overhyped […] Chicago Bears: Why the loss is not as bad as it seems - Da Windy City - Da Windy City - A Chicago Sports Site - Bears, Bulls, Cubs, White Sox, Blackhawks, Fighting Illini & More
Da Windy City Sep 11, 2018

Chicago Bears: Winners and losers from loss to Packers

Once again, the Chicago Bears found a way to lose to the Green Bay Packers. Let’s look at some winners and losers from the game. The Chicago Bears have suffered many bad losses to the Green Bay Packers, yet somehow they manage to find different ways to lose. It started out nicely with a 20-0 […] Chicago Bears: Winners and losers from loss to Packers - Da Windy City - Da Windy City - A Chicago Sports Site - Bears, Bulls, Cubs, White Sox, Blackhawks, Fighting Illini & More
Chicago Tribune Sep 11, 2018

The problem with Bears rookie coach Matt Nagy talking about developing a ‘finish mentality’

A day after that epic choke in Green Bay, Bears rookie coach Matt Nagy said his team needs that “finish mentality.’’ Like, say, running the ball on third-and-2 and then even on fourth-and-2 deep in Packers territory to pretty much close out things when the rushing game was owning in Green Bay? ...
Chicago Tribune Sep 11, 2018

5 observations from re-watching Bears-Packers, including Mitch Trubisky's inconsistencies and Matt Nagy's play-calling

The Bears’ painful 24-23 loss to the Packers was shaped by a mix of positives and negatives that reflect a new, inexperienced team with pockets of talent that must be cultivated. Here are five observations from re-watching NBC’s national telecast of a game in which the Bears blew a 20-0 third-quarter...
Bear Goggles On Sep 11, 2018

Was moment too big for Mitchell Trubisky?

Mitchell Trubisky needed to show poise on the road to finish off a win. He did not deliver We all know what happened in the Chicago Bears loss to the Green Bay Packers. While all of the attention will go to Aaron Rodgers for making a comeback, and Matt Nagy, for getting conservative with his […] Was moment too big for Mitchell Trubisky? - Bear Goggles On - Bear Goggles On - A Chicago Bears Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
Da Windy City Sep 11, 2018

Chicago Bears: An optimist’s view on Week 1 loss to Packers

Following the Chicago Bears’ Week 1 loss to the Green Bay Packers, some fans have gone cliff jumping. Stop the madness, this instant. It still stings, doesn’t it? I know. This was not an easy loss to stomach. It might even be one of the most gut-wrenching losses I have ever witnessed between the Chicago […] Chicago Bears: An optimist’s view on Week 1 loss to Packers - Da Windy City - Da Windy City - A Chicago Sports Site - Bears, Bulls, Cubs, White Sox, Blackhawks, Fighting Illini & More
Lombardi Ave Sep 11, 2018

Packers: Offensive grades for Week 1 victory vs. Bears

Grading each position group on offense for the Green Bay Packers following their Week 1 victory. During Sunday night’s win against the Chicago Bears, Green Bay Packers fans rode an emotional rollercoaster for the entire game. After it appeared all hope for the 2018 season was lost when quarterback Aaron Rodgers went down, he was […] Packers: Offensive grades for Week 1 victory vs. Bears - Lombardi Ave - Lombardi Ave - A Green Bay Packers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
Lombardi Ave Sep 11, 2018

Packers News: Reaction, analysis from Week 1 win vs. Bears

A roundup of the latest Green Bay Packers articles for Tuesday, September 11. Good morning and welcome to the Titletown Report. As the Green Bay Packers’ comeback win on Sunday night was so good, today should officially be named Victory Tuesday. Happy Victory Tuesday, everyone! While head coach Mike McCarthy will have turned his attention […] Packers News: Reaction, analysis from Week 1 win vs. Bears - Lombardi Ave - Lombardi Ave - A Green Bay Packers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
Bear Goggles On Sep 11, 2018

2018 Chicago Bears: Week 1 Report Card vs. Green Bay Packers

The first regular-season game of 2018 for the Chicago Bears was a tale of two halves. The Bears, facing the rival Green Bay Packers, looked as if they were living up to the offseason hype—with the offense moving the ball down the field and the defense making quick stops. Unfortunately, everything unraveled in the second […] 2018 Chicago Bears: Week 1 Report Card vs. Green Bay Packers - Bear Goggles On - Bear Goggles On - A Chicago Bears Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
ClutchPoints Sep 9, 2018
Packers news: Aaron Rodgers coming back into game vs. Bears, officially questionable with knee injury

Packers news: Aaron Rodgers coming back into game vs. Bears, officially questionable with knee injury

Green Bay Packers fans just let out probably the biggest collective sigh of relief in the history of the NFL after seeing quarterback Aaron Rodgers jog back into the field out of the tunnel in the second half of Sunday’s game against the Chicago Bears. According to Rob Demovsky of ESPN, Rodgers is now deemed […] The post Packers news: Aaron Rodgers coming back into game vs. Bears, officially questionable with knee injury appeared first on ClutchPoints.
In one half of football with Bears, Khalil Mack destroys Packers, takes Raiders soul

In one half of football with Bears, Khalil Mack destroys Packers, takes Raiders soul

We aren’t even a half of football into Khalil Mack’s career with the Chicago Bears and he has already proven he is worth every penny of what the Bears paid him. He came in on second down on the first series and immediately pushed right tackle Brian Bulaga back to crash the pocket. The next play, Bulaga held him, but the pass fell incomplete on third down and the Bears declined it to force the punt. Later on, Mack got more pressure on the outside, which forced Aaron Rodgers to step up and he was sacked by inside pressure (imagine that) and left the game with an apparent knee injury and...
Acme Packing Company Sep 9, 2018
Packers vs. Bears Second Half Game Thread

Packers vs. Bears Second Half Game Thread

If you can stomach it, join us for the second half of the Packers’ opener. That was the most disastrous 30 minutes of football that the Green Bay Packers could have imagined. Not only did the Chicago Bears’ offense look creative and solid early on, but Mike McCarthy and Aaron Rodgers’ offense was stagnant and insistent upon running on first and second downs, picking up just a single first down in the first quarter. Then on the fourth offensive series of the game, disaster truly struck. On third and nine, Aaron Rodgers dropped back to pass and was sacked by Roy Robertson-Harris, who...
ClutchPoints Sep 9, 2018
Aaron Rodgers carted to the locker room after sustaining injury against Chicago

Aaron Rodgers carted to the locker room after sustaining injury against Chicago

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers has been carted to the locker room after suffering an apparent lower-body injury during Week 1’s gamer against the Chicago Bears at Lambeau Field, per Adam Schefter of ESPN. Aaron Rodgers is being carted to Packers’ locker room…. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) September 10, 2018 Here’s an image of a […] The post Aaron Rodgers carted to the locker room after sustaining injury against Chicago appeared first on ClutchPoints.
Pride Of Detroit Sep 9, 2018
Aaron Rodgers injures leg vs. Bears, carted to locker room

Aaron Rodgers injures leg vs. Bears, carted to locker room

Rodgers suffered an injury vs. the Chicago Bears and he did not immediately return to the game. The start of the opening “Sunday Night Football” game could not have gone worse for the Green Bay Packers. First, they were dominated by the Chicago Bears on both sides of the ball in the first quarter. But then something much more damaging may have happened. Aaron Rodgers went down with an apparent leg injury, and did not immediately come back in the game. On the play, Rodgers took a sack from Roy Robertson-Harris and his left leg appears to have bent awkwardly underneath the Packers...
Acme Packing Company Sep 9, 2018
Aaron Rodgers Injury: Packers QB carted off field with apparent leg injury

Aaron Rodgers Injury: Packers QB carted off field with apparent leg injury

Green Bay is struggling early, but that means little to nothing if their MVP and $133 million man misses significant time. The Green Bay Packers got off to an abysmal start in their opener against the Chicago Bears, but the early 10-0 Bears lead paled in comparison to what happened early in the second quarter. With the Packers’ offense scuffling early — picking up just 25 yards of total offense and one first down through four drives — Aaron Rodgers dropped back to pass on third and nine. The Bears, running a stunt up front on the offensive line, broke through the interior of the...

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