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Northwest Herald 12 hours ago
Hub Arkush: Bears locker room is fine, but why is Brandon Marshall making all the noise?
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Hub Arkush: Bears locker room is fine, but why is Brandon Marshall making all the noise?

After basically being silent on the football field for 60 minutes against the Dolphins Sunday, a few of the boys on the Bears made some noise in the locker room afterward.
Chicago Sun-Times 12 hours ago

Trestman cuts down on Cutler’s decision-making: Are big changes coming?

Halfway through the game Sunday against the Dolphins, the Bears decided that less of Jay Cutler was a good thing. Matt Forte ran the ball...
Dolphins In Depth | Miami Herald 12 hours ago

The PFF and Salguero rewind of the Bears win

Glad tidings on the scoreboard typically translate to good grades for the Miami Dolphins from my friends at ProFootballFocus.com and this week is no different. The Dolphins beat the Chicago Bears and the film rewind of the victoy was kind...
Boston Herald 12 hours ago

Chicago defense Bear-ly adequate

The Bears’ defensive woes might be a bit more tolerable if they had squared off against quarterbacks such as Jim Kelly, Joe Namath and Dan Marino.Yet, it’s been the likes of EJ Manuel, Geno Smith and Ryan Tannehill who have gotten the best of Chicago’s battered back seven, which has surrendered...
Windy City Gridiron 38 mins ago

NFL Power rankings: Where are the inconsistent, maddening and infuriating Chicago Bears this week?

We'll periodically peek in around the interwebs to see where the Chicago Bears are ranked in the eyes of the various Power Rankers out there. As you can imagine the Bears are dropping... Lately when the Chicago Bears are driving national chatter it's usually not a good thing. They've only been to one playoff since their Super Bowl loss in 2006 and that playoff defeat was as crushing a loss as SBXLI. Being a Bears fan hasn't been very fun lately. Their locker room melt down after the loss on Sunday made national news, their inconsistent play this season has been a national point of...
Windy City Gridiron 16 hours ago

Week 7 Monday Night Football open thread: Houston Texans at Pittsburgh Steelers

JJ Watt and Ben Roethlisberger face off against one another on Monday Night Football. AFC South meets AFC North tonight in the concluding game of week 7, as the 3-3 Houston Texans travel to face the 3-3 Pittsburgh Steelers at Heinz Field. The Texans are second in their division, two games behind the...

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The Film Don't Lie: Bears

A weekly look at what the Chicago Bears must fix: Head coach Marc Trestman, offensive coordinator Aaron Kromer -- even the players -- constantly harp on the need for the Chicago Bears to eliminate the turnovers, and if the club doesn't start to take some steps in that direction, it faces a long day at Gillette Stadium on Sunday against the New England Patriots, who come into this contest with 10 days of prep time. It all starts with quarterback Jay Cutler, who has spotted opponents an average of 9.
Northwest Herald 2 hours ago

Hub Arkush: Chicago Bears locker room is fine, but why is Brandon Marshall making all the noise?

After basically being silent on the football field for 60 minutes against the Dolphins Sunday, a few of the boys on the Bears made some noise in the locker room afterward.

Stock Watch: Ratliff explodes vs. Dolphins

RISING 1. Jeremiah Ratliff, DT: Ratliff played the best game of his brief Bears career with 3.5 sacks in the 27-14 home defeat to Miami. On two separate instances, a Ratliff sack of Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill on third down prevented Miami from putting points on the board. It had been a slow start to the season for Ratliff, who missed three consecutive games due to a concussion, but he played like a man on a mission Sunday. A 10-year NFL veteran, Ratliff had 3.

Rosen, Lynch, Oliver on Pats-Bears call

The New England Patriots host the Chicago Bears on Sunday, and Sam Rosen (play-by-play), John Lynch (analysis) and Pam Oliver (sideline) will call the game on Fox (1 p.m. ET). Patriots broadcast pairings at Dolphins: Greg Gumbel, Trent Green, Evan Washburn (CBS) at Vikings: Ian Eagle, Dan Fouts, Jenny Dell (CBS) vs. Raiders: Gumbel, Green, Washburn (CBS) at Chiefs: Mike Tirico, Jon Gruden, Lisa Salters (ESPN) vs. Bengals: Al Michaels, Cris Collinsworth, Michele Tafoya (NBC) at Bills: Kenny Albert, Daryl Johnston, Tony Siragusa (Fox) vs.

Getting to know the Chicago Bears

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- Any guesses on which player leads the NFL in receptions through seven weeks? If you answered Chicago Bears running back Matt Forte, well done. Forte's 52 receptions top the charts, and his 448 rushing yards rank fifth in the league. So when starting the process of becoming familiar with the Bears leading into Sunday's game against the Patriots at Gillette, the 6-foot-2, 218-pound Forte is a good place to start. He entered the NFL as Chicago's second-round draft choice in 2008 out of Tulane.
Boston Herald 12 hours ago
Borges: Blood, sweat and Jeers

Borges: Blood, sweat and Jeers

The Chicago Bears, like bears everywhere this time of year, have a choice to make. They can go into hibernation for the winter or they can stand on their hind legs like grizzlies and lash out at the world one last time before the snow falls.The choice is theirs to make and in the case of the Bears of Chicago, whatever they choose will impact the Patriots. Sunday the Patriots either will be like Grizzly Adams or simply grizzled, depending on whether or not the Bears stop fighting each other and start fighting their opponent.
Chicago Sun-Times 13 hours ago

Trestman has to get much tougher on his underachieving players

Three questions came to mind Sunday as the mushroom cloud settled over Soldier Field and refused to budge. Do you want Marc Trestman running the Bears? Do you want Brandon Marshall running the Bears’ locker room? Do you want Jay Cutler run out of town? Answers: Not like this, no and like that’s going to happen. Those of us who respect Trestman and appreciate his mind know that neither respect nor football knowledge necessarily makes a successful NFL head coach....
Dolphins still see plenty to work on after win over Bears

Dolphins still see plenty to work on after win over Bears

Sunday's 27-14 victory over the Chicago Bears was exactly what Miami Dolphins offensive coordinator Bill Lazor had been waiting to see all season. At least in the first half.
Northwest Herald 16 hours ago

Bears Rewind: Bears offense couldn't get rolling on Sunday

LAKE FOREST — The Bears weren't able to sustain drives during in the first half of Sunday’s loss to the Dolphins.

Bulls Game Day: Butler out vs. James' Cavs

COLUMBUS, Ohio -- LeBron James and Tom Thibodeau bonded over basketball when the Chicago Bulls made their free-agent pitch to the superstar in 2010.

Marc Trestman: Bears' ground game suffered due to lack of plays

LAKE FOREST, Ill. -- Held to an abysmal 54 total first-half net yards of offense on Sunday, the Chicago Bears completely abandoned the ground game in the opening 30 minutes, allowing tailback Matt Forte to carry the football only twice for 11 yards. How did this happen? “You know, there were a couple of reasons,” Bears head coach Marc Trestman said on Monday. “We only ran 18 plays. That would be one. We didn't convert on third down to roll anything over.

Surgery ruled out on Kyle Fuller's hand

LAKE FOREST, Ill. -- Chicago Bears head coach Marc Trestman called cornerback Kyle Fuller day-to-day after the NFL's reigning Defensive Rookie of the Month suffered a fractured right hand, and right hip pointer injury in Sunday's 27-14 loss to the Miami Dolphins. Fuller is not expected to need surgery on his broken hand, but he failed to finish the Dolphins' game because of the injured hip. Fuller's status is unknown for the Week 8 trip to New England to face the 5-2 Patriots.

Trestman: Fuller's broken hand a 'non-surgical issue'

Chicago Bears coach Marc Trestman believes cornerback Kyle Fuller’s fractured right hand will not require surgery.

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