Found October 24, 2012 on
As Week 7 in the NFL season came to an end last evening, the Chicago Bears picked up their fifth victory of the young season and sit atop the NFC North with a 5-1 record. It was a hard-fought battle against the division rival Detroit Lions. It was a perfect autumn evening for football, and the Bears did not disappoint the home crowd at Soldier Field in Chicago.The Bears have had some bumps along the road so far this season. The offense has shown some weaknesses, both in personnel and internal communication. The offensive line has some sub-par talent starting and there are consistently too many timeouts wasted due to slow play calling. Those are the downsides of that offense. Fortunately for Chicago, there are plenty of positives to speak of as well. The Bears welcomed in offseason acquisition Brandon Marshall with open arms, as the Bears have lacked a star wide receiver for decades. The reunion of he and former teammate Jay Cutler had the potential for great success, and it seems as...
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There is no debating that the Chicago Bears thoroughly dominated the Detroit Lions on Monday night. Even though the Chicago Bears only won by six points, anyone who watched the game would agree that it felt more like a 30 point blowout than a game decided by less than a touchdown. Either way, the Chicago Bears won the game, but not without Jay Cutler suffering bruised ribs after...
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Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall took to Twitter following the game Monday night to call out Lions defensive lineman Ndomukong Suh for his sack of Jay Cutler.
Watching the coaches film on this run is particularly fun for a blogger like me, because you can see things come together and work to perfection. As Mike Tice likely said in the meeting room, and it's been said by countless other coaches throughout the history of the game, "that's how you draw it up on the chalk board.
When a running play is this well blocked...
Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall isn't happy with Ndamukong Suh and his violent play on Monday night. Although the Lions defensive tackle was not flagged and will not be fined for the controversial play on quarterback Jay Cutler, Marshall took his rage to Twitter after the game.
"A Suh. What u did to Jay wasn't cool. Great players don't have to do that,"...
Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler plans to treat Sunday's
game against the Carolina Panthers like any other, even with
The game plan for the Chicago Bears on offense was to establish the run to open up the passing attack that would take advantage of a depleted Detroit Lions secondary. The run game was established but Jay Cutler once again struggled with his accuracy throughout the game. Prior to the sack by Ndamukong Suh that led to the bruised ribs, Cutler was 10 for 18 for a 55 completion percentage...
With Halloween just around the corner, Chicago's aptly nicknamed Monsters of the Midway lived up to their menacing moniker by absolutely dominating the Detroit Lions at Soldier Field on Monday Night Football. The 13-7 final score was not actually indicative of the brutal beating that the vaunted Bears' defense bestowed upon the lackluster Lions' offense.In fact, the...
Against the Detroit Lions on Monday Night Football, the Chicago Bears' defense was outstanding, forcing four turnovers, three of which came in the red zone.
In a game reminiscent of the old “Black and Blue” days, the Chicago Bears forced three Detroit turnovers in the red zone and held the Lions’ Calvin Johnson en route to a 13-7 victory at Soldier Field Monday night. The Bears improve to 5-1 on the season, and hold a one-game lead in the NFC North over Minnesota. Detroit dips [...]