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The New Orleans Saints rolled into town and systematically dismantled the Chicago Bears, handing the team their second loss in an as many weeks.
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The Chicago Bears really have nothing to be ashamed about.
Hear me out for a second. Yes, It’s easy to criticize your offense for only targeting your best player four times. It’s easy to criticize after a gut wrenching defeat littered with unforgiveable mental errors. Heck, it’s even easy to criticize whomever littered Earl Bennett onto the field on Sunday, that person needs...
For Sean Payton and the New Orleans Saints, time of possession is of the essence.
''It's an important statistic,'' Payton said Monday, acknowledging the role that his team's ability to control the clock has played in its 5-0 start.
The Saints' fourth-ranked offense has had the ball for an average of 34:37 per game, which led the NFL heading into Monday...
Bears head coach Mar Trestman told the media today that defensive tackle Nate Collins is done for the season after tearing his ACL on Sunday.
LM: Trestman confirms that DT Nate Collins has torn ACL and will miss rest of season.
— Chicago Bears (@ChicagoBears) October 7, 2013
Collins is the second defensive tackle to tear his ACL this season. They recently lost Henry Melton.
Saints running back Pierre Thomas saw a season-high 28 touches in Week 5 against Chicago and had 91 yards from scrimmage and two receiving touchdowns.Fantasy Spin:Thomas' touches have been all over the place this season. He had 13 in Week 1, nine in Weeks 2 and 4 and 17 in Week 3. We think he'll be closer to 10 than 25 most weeks.
A battle of two of the NFC’s top teams through the first quarter of the season is on tap when the New Orleans Saints take on the Chicago Bears...
For the Saints, the key to containing the Chicago Bears may lie in stopping two products of Louisiana football: Lake Charles native and former Tulane running back Matt Forte --- plus University of Louisiana Lafayette cornerback - Charles "Peanut" Tillman. These two players have translated their small-school success into star production in the pros.
The Bears run game is...
The New Orleans Saints are now one of three teams in the NFL to be a perfect 5-0 on the season after Sunday's win over the Chicago Bears at Soldier Field. More promising for the immediate future, The Black and Gold is the only unbeaten team in the NFC, after Seattle fell to Indianapolis.
Saints fans may be reveling in perfection, frenzied by the fact that 90 percent of teams...
The Chicago Bears announced that DT Nate Collins suffered a torn ACL against the Saints and will miss the rest of the 2013 season.
HC Mark Trestman says the Bears will look for help at defensive tackle for their Thursday matchup against the Giants, per Tom Pelissaro.
Trestman added that it will be tough to find someone who’s capable of contributing in just a matter of days.
New Orleans Saints QB Drew Brees and New England Patriots QB Tom Brady both saw some long running streaks come to an end on Sunday. Both players were on the road. Brees was trying to break his own record while Brady was trying to continue his assault on a touchdown record.
Drew Brees tied his own record last week, throwing for 300 or more yards in his ninth consecutive game. After...
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The Packers needed defense to stifle the Lions at Lambeau Field while the Bears couldn’t find enough defense on Jimmy Graham and the Saints at Soldier Field.
Join Bear Report publisher Jeremy Stoltz from the Soldier Field press box throughout today's NFC contest between the Chicago Bears and the New Orleans Saints.
The Chicago Bears say defensive tackle Nate Collins will miss
the rest of the season because of a knee injury.
Chicago Bears players and coaches discuss today's 26-18 loss to the New Orleans Saints.
The Chicago Bears (3-1) are looking to bounce back from last week’s mistake-prone loss to Detroit when they host the high-flying New Orleans Saints (4-0) Sunday afternoon at Soldier Field. Through four games, the Bears are a study in contrasts. They rank third in the NFL in points scored (31.8) and tops in takeaways (14), yet the usually reliable defense stands near the [...]