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The Football Fan Spot:
Last week: 10 (+0)
Net points per drive: 0.31 (9th)
DVOA: 18.9% (6th)
Weighted DVOA: 17.0% (6th)
I detailed the Giants/Bears battle for the 6th seed in the Giants’ write up. The Bears should take care of their business and beat the Cardinals and Detroit. They’ve beaten everyone they’re supposed to, going 7-0 SU as favorites of 3.5 or more this year. That would put them at 10-6 and needing a New York loss in Baltimore, which I think they get, to make the playoffs. However, the 6 seed will probably send them to Green Bay in the first round (against whom Jay Cutler is 1-8) and if it doesn’t, it’ll send them to San Francisco, who blew them out earlier this year (albeit without Cutler) and who might be the best team in the NFL. The Bears’ major struggles against playoff caliber teams should make them one and done this postseason.
RE Julius Peppers: 2 sacks and 3 quarterback hurries on 36 pass rush snaps, 1 penalty, 2 solo tackles, 4 stops
LE Corey Wootton: 2 sacks and 2...
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Per the NFL rules, a player can't throw a ball into the crowd because it can create a potential problem with fans fighting for the ball, much in the way fans go after foul balls in baseball.
The difference is, in baseball it's unintentional, and in the NFL, a player will be $5,250 lighter in the wallet for doing so.
He can however, hand a ball to a fan in the first...
Chicago Bears wide receivers Brandon Marshall and Earl
Bennett were both limited at Thursday’s practice, while the team has already
ruled out linebacker Brian Urlacher for this weekend’s matchup against the
Arizona Cardinals, reports Michael C. Wright of ESPN Chicago.
The Chicago Bears added receiver Brandon Marshall (hamstring)
and linebacker Blake Costanzo (calf) to their...
The daughter of a former Chicago Bears player from the 1950s is accused of illegally collecting money from an NFL pension plan years after her father's death.
Constance Helwig-Langlois was charged Wednesday with fraud in Detroit. She's the daughter of John Helwig, who played defense for the Bears.
Federal prosecutors say the NFL retirement plan kept sending checks to John...
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Following a 4-0 start, the Cards have lost nine of their last 10...
Linebacker Brian Urlacher will miss his third straight game
because of a hamstring injury when the Chicago Bears visit the
Arizona Cardinals on Sunday.
After starting the season 7-1, the Chicago Bears have been in a free fall, winning just one game in their last six.
The offense has continued to sputter while, not as dominate as it was earlier in the season, the defense continues to put the team in a position to win. With just two games left, the Bears will likely need to win out and have some help along the way if they want to...
The Chicago Bears' prolonged slump has left them likely needing victories in back-to-back road games and some help to reach the playoffs.
The Bears will seek the first of those wins Sunday against the Arizona Cardinals, who are eager to build on the end to a lengthy skid.
It appeared Chicago would easily make it to the postseason after a 7-1 start, but losses in five of the...
The Arizona Cardinals defense allow 335.8 ypg which ranks 11th in the league. They allow 21.6 ppg as well.
They’ve done a solid job at stopping the pass allowing just 199.3 ypg through the air, which ranks fourth.
However they haven’t found a way to stop the run this season. They rank 28th allowing 136.5 yards per game on the ground.
The Chicago Bears need to capitalize on the...
RideThePine.com investigates Brian Urlacher’s comments about hating fans and Wade Boggs’ terrible dance moves.
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