Found September 05, 2013 on
The Sports Bank:
Boomer Esiason is best known today for his role on CBS Sports, primarily on The NFL Today, as well as a morning co-host on New York radio station WFAN. Norman Julius Esiason is also a Monday Night Football analyst for Westwood One. He played with three NFL teams, primarily of course, the Cincinnati Bengals (obviously) where he made the Pro Bowl four times and won the 1988 NFL MVP award. His Bengals take on the Chicago Bears in week one; the CBS national broadcast. Expectations are sky high for both teams. However, you could call Boomer Esiason McKayla Maroney because he is “not impressed” with either Jay Cutler or the Chicago Bears. “Jay Cutler has been one of the more frustrating players over the last four years,” Boomer Esiason said on media conference call. “Yet again another offensive coordinator, a coach has been fired, a new coach hired, a GM change- there hasn’t been a lot of consistency in his career path in Chicago, so I kind of get the struggles that he has had,” Boomer c...
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Chicago Bears coach Marc Trestman didn't want to touch the question. However, it's only common sense in a league where every advantage counts, not watching the HBO series 'Hard Knocks' who chronicles the Cincinnati Bengals training camp, the Bears season opener opponent wouldn't be doing due diligence.
According to Larry Mayer of ChicagoBears.com, the Chicago Bears list zero players on their Friday injury report.
The team is the only one of the 32 clubs not to report any injuries this week.
Mike Wilkening of Proofootballtalk.com writes:
'The Bears’ Week One opponent, Cincinnati, lists eight players on its injury report, with starting left tackle Andrew Whitworth ...
The NFL season is just minutes away from beginning and ESPN’s 35 NFL pundits predicted the eight divisional winners, AFC and NFC wild cards, Super Bowl matchup, Super Bowl XLVIII champion and NFL MVP for 2013. Mike Ditka predicted the Chicago Bears to go all the way.
(I’m sure, cough, cough, there’s NO BIAS at work there. None whatsoever). Of the 35 pundits, Mike Ditka was...
Here are the Week One power rankings from various sites around the web:
ESPN: #14 (Last year: #13)
Analysis, “New offensive-minded head coach Marc Trestman has work to do. The Bears’ offense has finished above the bottom 10 in total yards once in the past 11 years.”
NFL.com: #12 (Last year: #13)
Analysis, “Sketchy details are just now coming in about some Bears fans picketing...
The Chicago Bears have signed tight end Kyle Adams and waived offensive tackle Jonathan Scott.
As the 2013 NFL season kicks off the Chicago Bears welcome the Cincinnati Bengals to Soldier Field for what should be one of the best games of the opening weekend.The Bengals enter the season with lofty expectations in the AFC as the Bears come in with questions surrounding their team.The Bears fired Lovie Smith after finishing 10-6, but missing the playoffs. New head coach Marc...
According to the official website of the Chicago Bears, the team released former Pittsburgh Steelers tackle Jonathan Scott late Tuesday evening.
Now, before any of you get too excited about Scott possibly returning to Pittsburgh for a second tour of duty, you should know that he has recently had issues with one of his knee and just recently returned to practice. According to Brad...
I totally understand why ESPN and now FOX Sports 1 want to have athletes on as studio analysts. People still remember these players from their playing days and will want to tune in to see their favorite former superstars talk about the game since they can't see them play it anymore.
They need to stop it. Too many of these guys just aren't any good at it.
Maybe you think the Danica Patrick coverage on this site is excessive. To that I say, she is our “home team” NASCAR racer. Danica hails from Northern Illinois, and this site is based in Chicago. She is an Illinois woman. And this website puts Illinois first.
Besides unless Danica really does something newsworthy. Or something really newsworthy happens with Danica, you usually...
(Eds: Updates with player quotes.) By ANDREW SELIGMAN AP Sports Writer Marc Trestman wasn't about to wax poetic.
He makes his debut as an NFL coach when the Chicago Bears host the Cincinnati Bengals, and to say he's come a long way is no exaggeration.
After years as an assistant in the league and on the college level before heading to the CFL, Trestman finally has his opportunity...
Bears coach Marc Trestman says it’s possible both Jon Bostic and D.J. Williams will get reps at middle linebacker with the first team in Sunday’s regular season opener against the Bengals.
Jim Nantz and Phil Simms, the lead announce team will call Sunday’s season opener between the Cincinnati Bengals and the Chicago Bears. As CBS is the AFC carrier, they don’t get to see the Bears very often. But that could change this year:
“I’m just delighted that we’re going to be in Chicago. Our group did not get a Bears game last year, and I think they’ll...
Matt Forte knows he's on the verge of his best season as a pro. Plus Lance Briggs discusses the return of D.J. Williams, Jermon Bushrod talks about the new O-line and much more.