Found October 23, 2011 on Da' Bears Blog:
The above photo is from Marty Booker’s three touchdown performance against the Tampa Bay Bucs on November 18th 2001.  It was the finest single game performance by a Bears wide receiver in my lifetime.  (It was also a terrific performance by Jim Miller.)  The game is more notoriously known around here as the afternoon where... Read more »

Bears overcome inexplicable play-calling by Mike Martz

SEAN JENSEN: The Bears could laugh and hug in their locker room at Wembley Stadium, because to the victor go the spoils.

At 4-3 are the Chicago Bears Pretenders or Contenders?

After seven games the Chicago Bears are four and three going into their bye-week.  This is exactly the same position they were in a season ago when they went on to win the NFC North Division before eventually advancing to the NFC Championship game.  Will the Bears come out of the bye primed for another playoff run, or will they fade into hibernation, quietly and meek missing the...

1st quarter: Bears 0, Bucs 0

Bears coach Lovie Smith had more shuffling in his lineup Sunday as the Bears and Bucs showcased American football in England.

Bears Take Down Bucs at Wembley

The Bears dominated the first half, then stayed focused and on target in the second. Cutler threw for 226 yards and remained reliable throughout the game. The offensive line held the opponent off more effectively; everyone did their part to move the ball down the field and score. It was a notable team effort to get big plays on the field. Forte rushed for 145 yards. He is practically...

3rd quarter: Bears 21, Bucs 5

The Bears and Bucs brought American football to London Sunday in the NFL’s International Series, but as slowly as the game started, it looked more like the English brand of football—soccer.

Grading the Bears

Quarterback (C) Jay Cutler looked efficient at times and mistake-prone at others. No excuse for throwing second interception off his back foot and into triple coverage. Running backs (A) Matt Forte had 183 total yards, including 145 on the ground. Marion Barber averaged 6.5 yards per carry. Both scored...

Chicago Bears (3-3) vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (4-2)

The Chicago Bears look really solid last Sunday Night in their demolition of the Vikings.  The Buccaneers bounced back last weekend and they beat the Saints at home.  Here is a look at the matchups in this game: When the Bears have the ball:  The Bears are going to come out trying to establish the running game with Matt Forte against a Bucs’ D that is allowing 114.5 yards rushing...

Tampa Bay Bucs fall to Chicago Bears in London 24-18

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Bears S Harris starts with Wright (hip) inactive

One week after being a surprise inactive, veteran safety Chris Harris was back in the starting lineup as the Bears faced the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday at Wembley Stadium.

TPP Postgame Report

Bears 24, Buccaneers 18The bears defense channeled the glory days it has had against the Bucs intercepting Freeman 4 times and holding the Bucs in checkLONDON, U.K. — The NFL may want to make London Tampa’s second home but that didn’t stop them from dropping to 0-2 there as this time the Chicago Bears manhandled the Bucs early and Tampa never fully recovered.Josh Freeman wasn’t...
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