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Beating the Vikings by 1 isn’t that impressive, but they did it despite losing the turnover battle, something that only happens 20.9% of the time. The NFC is tough, but the Bears have a chance to be right in the playoff hunt. They aren’t dominating the turnover battle like they were last year, as could be expected, but they have an improved offense thanks to a very impressive rookie right side of the offensive line with Kyle Long and Jordan Mills. Along with fellow newcomers Jermon Bushrod and Matt Slauson, they’ve fortified an offensive line that has allowed just 1 sack all season, despite facing Minnesota and Cincinnati, two of the better sack teams in the NFL a year ago.
Week 2 Studs
C Roberto Garza
TE Martellus Bennett
LOLB Lance Briggs
Week 2 Duds
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Devin Hester is back, and the Chicago Bears are flying high
When Chicago Bears return specialist Devin Hester was given a shot at wide receiver, he was mediocre at best. Granted, he did not have an offensive coordinator who utilized him correctly, but he was just not cut out for that position. For the life of me, I still can’t believe at one point he was our number one wideout...
Chicago Bears tight end Martellus Bennett had some nice and rather unique words for his head coach Marc Trestman. “I think me and Coach Trestman are probably the only two people who understand each other,” Bennett said during an appearance on ESPN 1000, via the Chicago Tribune. “I always say Coach Trestman reminds me of the first Willy Wonka. Not the Johnny Depp one; the Johnny...
Marc Trestman leads the 2-0 Bears into Pittsburgh to face the Steelers Sunday night
The Chicago Bears (2-0) take on the Pittsburgh Steelers (0-2) at Heinz Field Sunday night on NBC. The last time these two teams saw each other was in 2009, and the Bears lead the series 17-7-1. This game will be the Bears’ first road test, and it will be a loud environment. On the other side, the...
(Eds: APNewsNow. Will be updated. With AP Photos.) By ANDREW SELIGMAN AP Sports Writer Devin Hester appears to be back to his havoc-wreaking ways for the Chicago Bears.
Ineffective a year ago, the three-time Pro Bowl pick returned five kickoffs for a team-record 249 yards in last week's win over Minnesota. He'll try to keep it up against Pittsburgh on Sunday.
Hall of Famer Gale Sayers sued the NFL on Friday, claiming negligence in handling his repeated head injuries, according to a published report.
The Chicago Tribune reports that Sayers, who played for the Chicago Bears from 1965-71, states in the suit that he suffered headaches and short-term memory loss after retirement. He futher states that sometimes he was sent back into games...
The final injury report for the week is now out for the Chicago Bears, who will take on the Pittsburgh Steelers Sunday night at Heinz Field, and only one player is listed as questionable on it.
Cornerback Charles Tillman (knee) practice on a limited basis Friday after not practicing Wednesday and Thursday. He is listed as questionable.
"He worked today," said Bears coach...
Bears TE Martellus Bennett (shoulder) fully participated in Thursday's practice.Fantasy Spin:Bennett was limited Wednesday but was never expected to miss Sunday's game. The tight end has been a favorite receiver of Jay Cutler in the red zone so far and has three TDs in two games.
Devin Hester talks about being named special teams Player of the Week, Matt Forte discusses facing a 3-4 defense, Julius Peppers is confident in the team’s pass rush and more.
“The League” has done a fantastic job getting big name guest stars to come on their show the past few years and this week they had Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler and his wife Kristin Cavallari. I was surprised that Cutler looked so comfortable and performed so well on TV, especially because most of “The League” is unscripted. The episode itself was hysterical and...
Bears defensive ends Corey Wootton and Shea McClellin have been working overtime with assistant defensive line coach Mike Sinclair in an effort to improve the pass rush.
Chicago Bears wide receiver Martellus Bennett paid his head coach, Marc Trestman, a relatively odd and interesting compliment on Tuesday, likening Trestman to Willy Wonka, specifically the Willy Wonka portrayed by Gene Wilder in the 1971 film.
"I always say Coach Trestman reminds me of the first Willy Wonka. Not the Johnny Depp one. The Johnny Depp one was really cool, but...
Peyton won the Manning Bowl, Jay Cutler led the Bears to their second straight comeback win, and the 49ers were embarrassed by the Seahawks. All this and more reflected in week 3 of the NFL power rankings. 1) Denver Broncos (Last week: 1) No reason to move them from the top spot as they handled the […]
Chicago Bears head coach Mark Trestman is considered a passing genius. And through two games, he has Jay Cutler playing well and his team off to a 2-0 start. One of the biggest beneficiaries of Trestman's new offense is Martellus Bennett, who has 10 catches for 125 yards and three TDs on the season, including the game-winning 16-yard grab with 10 seconds to go in Sunday's...
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The Chicago Bears QB and his wife, Kristin Cavallari, appeared on the FXX Network show "The League."
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The main question the HQ has, more than anything, is how do all these athletes end up in...