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Northwest Herald Oct 29, 2014

Hub Arkush: Few highlights in Bears' loss to unbeatable Pats

Monday nights and Tuesdays are my favorite part of the week during the NFL season because that’s when I get to sit down, block out all the “noise” and just study the Chicago Bears' most recent game.
Chicago Sun-Times Oct 29, 2014

4 Downs with Mike Ditka on Bears: ‘It’s the worst defense I’ve seen in a long time’

Coming into the season, the expectations were very high for the Bears. They’re 3-5 and in total disarray heading into the bye week. Who’s to blame for this mess? I think everybody deserves a little bit of the blame. But I think it starts with the fact that they are not a very good team on defense, and that creates a lot of problems for the offense. They consistently put the offense in a position where they have to score to win. Their defense hasn’t been able...
Chicago Tribune Oct 28, 2014

Derrick Rose's health is No. 1 unknown of NBA season

When the Bulls begin their season Wednesday night in New York, we'll see Derrick Rose and Carmelo Anthony on the floor together, albeit under different circumstances than Chicago had hoped last summer.

Derrick Rose's health is No. 1 unknown of NBA season

When the Bulls begin their season Wednesday night in New York, we'll see Derrick Rose and Carmelo Anthony on the floor together, albeit under different circumstances than Chicago had hoped last summer.

Bulls championship window open, but for how long?

It's unfortunate the Bulls' 2010 free-agent summit with LeBron James and their perfunctory dalliance this summer didn't land the four-time most valuable player.

Bulls championship window open, but for how long?

It's unfortunate the Bulls' 2010 free-agent summit with LeBron James and their perfunctory dalliance this summer didn't land the four-time most valuable player.
Chicago Sun-Times Oct 28, 2014

Bears fans deserve better than this clueless crew

RICK MORRISSEY: What did Chicago do to deserve these people? Was it something we said? Did we take George Halas’ name in vain? Or are we simply the butt of some cosmic joke?
Chicago Sun-Times Oct 28, 2014

First-and-10: Bears passed on Bruce Arians for Marc Trestman

MARK POTASH: It’s not just that Marc Trestman and the Bears are 3-5. It’s that Bruce Arians and the Arizona Cardinals are 6-1.
Northwest Herald Oct 28, 2014

All-22 Slideshow from Chicago Bears loss to New England Patriots

Things got away from the Bears on offense following a holding penalty on Martellus Bennett, which set up a second-and-19.

The Film Don't Lie: Bears

A weekly look at what the Chicago Bears must fix: Bears coach Marc Trestman discussed the need to find some balance offensively. In its loss to New England, Chicago called runs on five consecutive plays to start the game, but finished the contest with 25 runs and 35 passes because the Patriots built a 38-7 halftime lead, which forced the Bears to abandon the run. Moving forward, look for the Bears to work harder to establish Matt Forte and the run game, which will enable them to keep opponents off balance in third-and-short situations.
Chicago Tribune Oct 28, 2014

Re-Marc-able failure

If the Bears are trying to find a hood ornament for the clown car representing the 2014 season, then Lamarr Houston just fell on his unproductive backside to claim that ignominious distinction.

Re-Marc-able failure

If the Bears are trying to find a hood ornament for the clown car representing the 2014 season, then Lamarr Houston just fell on his unproductive backside to claim that ignominious distinction.

Stock Watch: Forte continues to shine

RISING 1. Matt Forte: Forte touched the ball 25 times Sunday (19 carries for 114 yards, six receptions for 54) for 168 all-purpose yards, and scored the Chicago Bears' only non-garbage-time touchdown on a 25-yard catch in the second quarter. To label Forte as one of the lone bright spots in the humiliating 51-23 defeat at New England is an understatement. Forte has been the Bears’ best offensive player in the season's first half, period. The versatile tailback leads the team with 58 receptions, 562 rushing yards and six touchdowns.
Northwest Herald Oct 28, 2014

Hub Arkush: Hard to see how Emery, Trestman believe Chicago Bears can turn it around

Bears general manager Phil Emery and coach Marc Trestman met the media to answer questions on the day after the Bears’ 51-23 loss to the New England Patriots and expressed a firm belief the season could be saved.
Chicago Sun-Times Oct 27, 2014

Bears’ brass getting a bit more candid about Jay Cutler

The research was the retort. If Bears linebacker-turned-frequent critic Brian Urlacher is going to rip quarterback Jay Cutler, then general manager Phil Emery has some numbers for him. ‘‘I went back and looked at their time together,’’ Emery said. ‘‘Together on the field and at the same time, starting the game healthy, they played 38 games together, and during those games, [the Bears] were 26-12. So they definitely won together. ‘‘When Jay was off...

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