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The Saints are back on track this season standing at 4-0. The Bears are looking solid under their new coach, but they are in a tough division.
After a rough Week 3 we were able to get back on track with a 12-3 week 4 performance. That puts us at 48-15 for the season, better than all of the ESPN Experts.
Week 5 is gives us some more tough match-ups. Let's stay above .500 this week.
Lions @ Packers - This is a great division match-up the in the NFC North. The Lions are playing well, but still have weaknesses at WR and DB. The Packers get their rookie RB this week to help the offense. I like the Packers at home.
Panthers @ Cardinals - The Panthers are coming off an early bye after demolishing the Giants. Can the defense hold-up and can Cam get things rolling on offense? The Cardinals needed some help to win last week and need to get the running game going to help Palmer and the offense. I'll go with Arizona at home.
Saints @ Bears - This is going t...
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There are several untold stories to the family affairs in this game as Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints travel to Soldier Field to play the Chicago Bears this Sunday. Will Aaron Kromer be able to give insight to the Saints’ offense to help the Bears’ defense? How will Jermon Bushrod fair against his former team and friends? Matt Forte and Darren Sproles are tied among...
The New Orleans Saints have agreed to a deal with former Canadian Football League star receiver/kick returner Chris Williams, agent Dan Vertlieb confirmed Thursday. It’s not clear yet if Williams will join the practice squad or the active roster. In the CFL he made his mark, scoring a team-record 17 touchdowns last year (11 receiving, […]
The FOX NFL Game of the Week features the New Orleans Saints traveling to the Windy City to take on the Chicago Bears. As both hold realistic aspirations of claiming the conference crown, let's get the lowdown on each team's subplots heading into this matchup:
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Darren Sproles: revitalized or one-week wonder?
God bless him, but...
The Saints are back.After posting a disappointing 7-9 record a year ago, New Orleans is off to a 4-0 start.With Drew Brees throwing for 4 touchdowns and over 400 yards last Monday Night against Miami, New Orleans is finally playing their best football.Their last two games have been blowouts, and it seems they have come a long way from the last second victory against Tampa Bay back...
Saints tight end Jimmy Graham has been so good this season that when he catches 10 passes for 135 yards it's considered a minor disappointment.Fantasy Spin:Graham didn't get in the end zone Sunday against the Bears after scoring six touchdowns in the first four games. The big tight end is averaging 119 receiving yards per game this season.
After a fantastic first half, maybe the best of the season, the Saints played some ugly and mostly conservative football to hang on 26-18 (led 20-7 at halftime). But a win is a win, particularly on the road with a field like that. Soldier Field was in horrific condition and footing was very difficult, affecting the offense negatively. Drew Brees played very smart and efficiently...
That Drew Brees-to-Jimmy Graham connection for New Orleans was just too much for the Chicago Bears.
Brees threw two touchdown passes, Graham tied an NFL record with another 100-yard game and the Saints beat the Bears 26-18 on Sunday to remain unbeaten.
Brees was 29-of-35 passing for 288 yards in his first victory in four career games at Soldier Field. Garrett Hartley matched a...
The New Orleans Saints and Chicago Bears will meet on Sunday. While the Saints (4-0) are looking to start the season 5-0, the Bears (3-1) are looking to rebound from a disappointing loss in Week 4.
With Sean Payton back on the sidelines the Saints have wiped away the troubles from 2012 while first-year Bears coach Marc Trestman has to Bears playing well.
Coverage of the game between...
When the Chicago Bears host the New Orleans Saints Sunday, you’ll see former Fighting Illini Pierre Thomas starting at tailback. On the other side, the Saints have another former Illini, Martez Wilson who is a part time starter at right outside linebacker (he’s two on the depth chart now) Thomas, a T.F. South product from the Chicago suburbs, were on Illini teams that went 8...
The offense didn't have one of their best performances by any means, but got the job done. The offensive line continues to be the achilles heel of the entire team, but they had a mediocre game this week which I view as an improvement. The running game was decent early, just good enough to force the Bears to passively pay attention to it. That helped the passing game and protection...
So, ESPN, what are you trying to say here? Is Darren Sproles not a hard worker? Does Danny Woodhead work harder than Darren Sproles? Perhaps there are some racial undertones here as well. Either way, interesting take on the Chargers running back who is a diminutive dynamo.
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After a brutal loss at Detroit in Week 4, the Chicago Bears (3-1) return to the friendly confines of Soldier Field, where they will host the undefeated New Orleans Saints. This should be an extremely difficult game for Chicago, as New Orleans brings a dominant offense, lead by quarterback Drew Brees, and a feisty defense […]The post Chicago Bears host New Orleans Saints in clash...
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.
Chicago’s offensive line was a mess in the first quarter of today’s contest against the New Orleans Saints. The protection issues early put the team in hole, from which they could not recover.
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.