10:22 PM EDT, Tue October 23, 2018
Chicago Tribune 3 hours ago

Bears defense needs a boost, and here comes Jets QB Sam Darnold off a 3-pick game

If Bears defensive coordinator Vic Fangio needs to perk up his players after back-to-back losses, perhaps he just should show some of the lowlights from the Jets’ loss to the Vikings on Sunday. A week after losing to 19th-year quarterback Tom Brady, the Bears host the Jets and rookie quarterback...
Chicago Tribune 6 hours ago

Real Talk: If Khalil Mack isn't fully healthy and productive, where does that leave the Bears defense against the Jets and Sam Darnold?

Khalil Mack eased into the Bears defense in September like a sledgehammer into dry wall. The All-Pro edge rusher instantly elevated the team by inspiring a nasty pass rush and a collective relentlessness in playmaking. But since a week off so rudely interrupted their 3-1 start, the Bears have lost...
Chicago Tribune 15 hours ago
5 observations from re-watching Bears-Patriots, including Mitch Trubisky's repeated mistake and Khalil Mack in coverage

5 observations from re-watching Bears-Patriots, including Mitch Trubisky's repeated mistake and Khalil Mack in coverage

The Bears lost to the Patriots 38-31 Sunday after blowing a second-half lead for the third time in as many losses this season. Here are five observations from re-watching the game on a combination of the CBS telecast and the coaches’ video available through the NFL Game Pass subscription service....
Chicago Tribune 14 hours ago

Looks like it’s time for the Bears to sit Khalil Mack

The decision should be clear because the numbers are as obvious as Mitch Trubisky’s lack of accuracy. In the first four games of the season, outside linebacker Khalil Mack wasn’t totally in NFL shape, but still recorded five sacks, four forced fumbles, two passes defended, one interception, one...
ClutchPoints 8 hours ago
Matt Nagy says Mitchell Trubisky played better than most people think vs. Patriots

Matt Nagy says Mitchell Trubisky played better than most people think vs. Patriots

The Chicago Bears fell just short 38-31 against the New England Patriots in Week 7 action that saw second-year quarterback Mitchell Trubisky’s performance be among the primary talking points. It was a topsy-turvy type of outing for Trubisky, who completed 26-of-50 passes for 333 yards, two touchdowns and two interceptions along with 81 rushing yards […] The post Matt Nagy says Mitchell Trubisky played better than most people think vs. Patriots appeared first on ClutchPoints.
Bear Goggles On 12 hours ago

Chicago Bears Week Seven Sack Report

Mitch Trubisky was sacked twice in the Chicago Bears loss to the Patriots. Who is to blame? The Chicago Bears loss to the New England Patriots was frustrating. It felt like the team had opportunities but missed them. With that in mind, Mitch Trubisky was sack twice. As always, we will assign blame for...

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Windy City Gridiron Oct 22, 2018
Monday Night Football Open Thread

Monday Night Football Open Thread

This will serve as your official open thread for the Monday Night Football game between the New York Giants and the Atlanta Falcons. This should be an epic battle as the one win G-Men try and solve the mystery of the two win Dirty Birds. MNF Fever! For the record I’m taking the Falcons, and I’m also predicting that we’ll see a rare Julio Jones touchdown catch. These threads are usually a free for all (rated WCG-MA), so if there’s anything Chicago Bears related that you want to discuss, now is your chance. Just don’t be an ass or get personal to your fellow WCG members. We do...
Chicago Tribune Oct 22, 2018

It's unfair to blame Jordan Howard alone for the sluggish running game

Former Bears offensive coordinator John Shoop used to say it takes a village to run the football. With that in mind, it’s important to note running back Jordan Howard isn’t the only villager who has been underperforming, particularly in the Bears’ 38-31 loss to the Patriots on Sunday at Soldier...
Chicago Tribune Oct 22, 2018

Matt Nagy sticks with his assessment: Mitch Trubisky ‘played better than most people think’ against the Patriots

With Patriots defensive lineman Danny Shelton charging toward him Sunday afternoon at Soldier Field, Bears quarterback Mitch Trubisky took six strides to his right and ripped a pass toward a scrum of four players in the end zone, aiming for backup tackle Bradley Sowell. The football ricocheted...
Bear Goggles On Oct 22, 2018

2018 Chicago Bears: Week 7 Report Card vs. New England Patriots

Even with the great Tom Brady under center for the New England Patriots, some thought that the Chicago Bears still had a fighting chance to come away with a victory in Week 7. Unfortunately, the Bears (3-3) literally came one yard short of a possible win, and was defeated by the score of 38-31. Chicago’s […] 2018 Chicago Bears: Week 7 Report Card vs. New England Patriots - Bear Goggles On - Bear Goggles On - A Chicago Bears Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
ClutchPoints Oct 22, 2018
Mitchell Trubisky says ‘close doesn’t cut it’ for the Bears

Mitchell Trubisky says ‘close doesn’t cut it’ for the Bears

Mitchell Trubisky and the Chicago Bears got off to a hot start to the 2018 NFL season, but have come back down to reality a bit over the last couple of weeks. After beginning the year 3-1, the Bears are now 0-2 since their bye week. In Week 7, the Bears ended up falling to […] The post Mitchell Trubisky says ‘close doesn’t cut it’ for the Bears appeared first on ClutchPoints.
Windy City Gridiron Oct 22, 2018
With hand injury nearly healed, excuses running out for Leonard Floyd

With hand injury nearly healed, excuses running out for Leonard Floyd

Time is running out for the ninth pick in the 2016 draft to pick up the slack. Through six games, Chicago Bears outside linebacker Leonard Floyd has zero sacks and just one quarterback hits. Entering this season, it seemed as though there were very few defensive players - if any - Who would benefit from the addition of Khalil Mack more than Chicago’s 2016 first-round pick. After two solid yet on spectacular professional seasons, having an elite pass rusher playing alongside him would seemingly give him the chance to wreck havoc with an increase in one-on-one blocking opportunities. As of...
Chicago Tribune Oct 22, 2018

Bears coach Matt Nagy explains the decision not to take an end-zone shot on final play of first half

On the last play of the first half, with an end zone-or-bust scenario, Matt Nagy’s offense found a way to steal a touchdown. This was in 2017, in Week 9, with Nagy’s Chiefs needing 56 yards on the final play before halftime to cut into a 14-3 Cowboys lead. The Chiefs were too far from the end zone...
Windy City Gridiron Oct 22, 2018
Bears vs. Patriots: Snap counts, stats, and more

Bears vs. Patriots: Snap counts, stats, and more

We’ll list out the complete playing time breakdown, and spotlight a few individual and team statistics from the Chicago Bears in their gut-wrenching loss to the New England Patriots. All statistics and snap counts are taken directly from the NFL’s Game Statistic and Information System, as are the accompanying pictures. What if I told you that the Chicago Bears would out-gain the New England Patriots (453 yards to 381), have more first downs than them (29 to 21), a better third down conversion rate (8 of 16 for 50% to 6 of 13 for 46%), and drop 31 points on their defense while only...
NFL Spin Zone Oct 22, 2018

Chicago Bears: Young team suffering through growing pains

While the Chicago Bears are playing better than expected, they’ve suffered through some tough losses, disappointing many fans. They are going through growing pains, and continue to improve. The Chicago Bears suffered a tough 38-31 loss at the hands of the New England Patriots. They made some critical mistakes that led to the loss. On […] Chicago Bears: Young team suffering through growing pains - NFL Spin Zone - NFL Spin Zone - NFL news, rumors, analysis, opinions, stats, mock drafts, scores, and GIFs.
NESN.com Oct 22, 2018

Devin McCourty ‘Really Needed’ Bounce-Back Game In Patriots’ Win Over Bears

CHICAGO — New England Patriots fans watching Sunday’s win over the Chicago Bears probably didn’t notice Devin McCourty very often.... Read More »
Da Windy City Oct 22, 2018

Chicago Bears: 3 things fans must be tired of seeing

The Chicago Bears loss to the New England Patriots revealed a number of things fans are tired of seeing this year. As a Chicago Bears fan, I watched Mitch Trubisky launch a last-second prayer toward the end zone, I had no delusions that it would result in a touchdown. When Kevin White miraculously came down […] Chicago Bears: 3 things fans must be tired of seeing - Da Windy City - Da Windy City - A Chicago Sports Site - Bears, Bulls, Cubs, White Sox, Blackhawks, Fighting Illini & More
Pats Pulpit Oct 22, 2018
Patriots vs. Bears: Fan Notes from the Game

Patriots vs. Bears: Fan Notes from the Game

Notes, musings, and observations from the New England Patriots’ 38-31 victory over the Chicago Bears. So...yay? A win is a win is a win - it’s as easy as that. And the Patriots just brought home a road victory against a very good team with a stout defense while missing key starters. But after yesterday’s contest between the Patriots and Bears, you kind of have to wonder what the hell we just watched. That was just a sloppy game all around, the kind of thing you expect to see in a pop warner league with a bunch of kids just running around in circles the whole time. This just might be...

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