Posted September 26, 2012 on
Bears player representative Adam Podlesh talked today about the potential return of the regular NFL referees and the end of the shoddy officiating that has plagued the league through three weeks.
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Ok, perhaps I am rushing to judgment being that it is only Week 3 in the 2012 NFL season, but the Chicago Bears being manhandled by a division rival in the manner they were on two Thursday night’s beckons the immediate call for questioning at the helm of their offense.
Jay Cutler’s performance was abysmal and truly there is no one else to blame except the signal caller himself...
According to Vaughn McClure of the Chicago Tribune, Bears running back Michael Bush has a shoulder injury. It’s reportedly his AC joint that’s been affected.
McClure says that Bush wouldn’t confirm the injury. We’ll monitor his status leading up to this week’s game.
Chicago Bears receiver Brandon Marshall is apologizing for firing back at former NFL star Warren Sapp with some harsh comments - even though he meant what he said.
He says he's sorry for going public with his feelings and probably should have ''kept it private.''
Instead, he lashed back at Sapp in an online video Monday for calling him a ''retard'...
Chicago Bears running back Matt Forte is known as a fast healer. That became evident Wednesday when the Bears Pro Bowl back returned to the practice field after suffering a high ankle sprain in the week two loss at Green Bay. Forte was originally expected to be out 4-6 weeks. While no decision has been made on his status for [...]
Three weeks into the 2012 season and the Bears' offense is amongst the worst in the NFL and on Monday Night will face one of the best defenses. The Dallas Cowboys lead the league in total defense, and are second overall in pass defense and are likely to be more than up to the task of shutting down the Bears.
What will it take for the Bears to find some semblance of offensive...
Jay Cutler was hardly at his best - both on the field and with one of his teammates - during the Chicago Bears' first prime-time game this season, but he shined in his most recent road contest against the Dallas Cowboys.
The quarterback will try to duplicate the positive performance and avoid another meltdown on national TV when Chicago visits Dallas on Monday night.
This Monday night will see a matchup between my favorite team, the Bears, and one of my least favorite teams, the Cowboys. Forgive me as this is my first piece of writing about the NFL. Any comments are welcome, both positive and negative… both help. So, my hunch is that this is going to be a fantastic game. Let’s see if I can back this up with some stats.
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