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Chicago, IL. With just three weeks until the 2012 NFL regular season kicks off, the Chicago Bears have become a very popular and trendy pick to be a playoff team this coming January. With the additions of Brandon Marshall and Michael Bush, they have bolstered the offense and given the team some nice, new weapons. This is a team which was really hitting their stride in 2011, and looked to be a dangerous foe for any opponent down the stretch. Then came the injury to Jay Cutler, which completely derailed any serious plans that the Bears had and ultimately ended their hopes of a deep post-season run. Heading into this year, there is a renewed sense of optimism. Cutler is healthy, Matt Forte is under contract, and the defense still appears to be very good. Although the Chicago Bears look to have everything necessary to be an NFC power, there are several reasons why they will come up short once again. Great Selection of Chicago Bears Apparel! A few years ago, the Jay Cutler to Brando...
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Chicago Bears running back Matt Forte may miss time due to a high ankle sprain sustained against the Green Bay Packers on Thursday Night Football, but Michael Bush has a history of coming off the bench and performing well.
The Oakland Raiders have been known for having one of the most explosive running backs in the NFL in Darren McFadden, but McFadden has a history of getting injured...
As captain of the Chicago Bears Brian Urlacher is acting like the agent that binds things together as the team approaches their first game since Week Two’s Thursday night fiasco.
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The Tim Tebow haters finally received a break. Thanks to what has been dubbed as the "shoved heard around the (sports) world, Jay Cutler stole the spotlight over the past week and then some. Cutler's shove of offensive lineman J'Marcus Webb, during the Bears' 23-10 beat-down by the Packers last Thursday, has become fodder for any and all talking sports heads around...
Dear Chicago Bears, it is time for the Jay Cutler experiment to come to a merciless end. He's not having fun, and neither are Bears fans. It's time to say goodbye.Look Bears, I know Cutler is under contract through 2013. If the Colts can let Peyton Manning walk, you can let Cutler go, too. It will be painful, I know There's the whole throwing a season in order to move...
Chicago Bears RB Matt Forte suffered a sprained ankle last Thursday against the Green Bay Packers. It’s highly likely that the Bears will be without him in the lineup this week at home against the St. Louis Rams. Forte did not practice on Thursday along with LB Brian Urlacher.
Forte’s injury was originally reported as a high ankle sprain, an injury which could limit Forte’s...
Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler did his weekly radio show with ESPN 1000 in Chicago today and says e doesn’t regret the way he treated J’Marcus Webb during last week’s loss to the Packers.
“I probably shouldn’t have bumped him, I’ll go with that. As far as me yelling at him and trying to get him going in the game, I don’t regret that,” Cutler said on ESPN 1000...
Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler is having a rough week with his teammates and fans, so it only makes sense that he needs a smoke break. Check out some of our favorites at this Smokin’ Jay Cutler Tumblr page. H/T Deadspin
Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler plans to treat Sunday's game against the Carolina Panthers like any other, even with bruised ribs.
''I'm not concerned at all,'' Cutler said Wednesday at Halas Hall. ''I think by Sunday it'll all be cleared up. I'll be fine.''
Cutler suffered the injury Monday night on a sack by Detroit's Ndamukong...
Bears quarterback Jay Cutler deserves criticism like every other NFL quarterback does, but not to the extent that he has been scrutinized as of late.
The media has lashed out at him for his poor play and demeanor on the field since arriving in the league.
Last Thursday night against Green Bay he tossed four interceptions in a disappointing 23-10 loss to the Packers.
He was seen...
Bears quarterback Jay Cutler was sacked twice in the home opener versus the Colts and seven times in Week Two against the Packers. Nine sacks through two games is just unacceptable.
Clearly a change had to be made up front.
The Bears decided to move backup guard Chilo Rachal into the lineup. He spent his first four seasons in the NFL with the 49ers.
He appeared in 55 games making...
According to the Chicago Tribune, it’s highly unlikely that Bears running back Matt Forte will play this Sunday since he hasn’t practiced all week.
This doesn’t come as a surprise at all. Michael Bush will certainly get the start this week in Forte’s place.
Even though the Bears claim that Forte’s ankle injury isn’t serious, I wouldn’t expect him back for another few weeks.
I like everyone. Or, at least most people. But Chicago Bears Quarterback Jay Cutler is just not one of them. I want to like him. I do. He just makes it so damn hard for me. The Bears are a … Continue reading →
The Chicago Bears defense played well enough to win in the week two game against the Green Bay Packers. They allowed only one offensive touchdown and sacked Aaron Rodgers five times in the game. There wasn't much the defense could have done better given they got pressure from all four defensive line positions and Tim Jennings had a second consecutive strong game.
After a week of Jay Cutler discussion and critique, the Chicago Bears are putting the past behind them and preparing for Sunday’s home date with the St. Louis Rams. It figures to be a pivotal game for the 1-1 Bears, as they seek to rebound from their dismal showing in the Green Bay game. The Bears hope to be more [...]
In this week's edition of BearReport radio we talked to Will Horton of Ramsherd.com to get the inside scoop on the St. Louis Rams. Also Jeremy and I got into an energetic discussion about the Chicago Bears offense. What is the future with Jay Cutler, can he get better as a player and is he worth a contract extension? What about Brian Urlacher should the Bears bench him...