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The Marc Trestman era in Chicago began with a win for the Bears against the Cincinnati Bengals in the season opener. Now, Trestman is set for his first NFC North opponent to visit Soldier Field. The Bears welcome the Minnesota Vikings to the Lake Front on Sunday in a divisional battle.The Vikings were defeated by the Detroit Lions in their season opener and are facing a 0-2 start that would put them behind the eight ball in the division. The Bears are trying to go 2-0 for the fist time since 2010 and put some early distance between themselves and the Vikings.Stopping Adrian Peterson is obviously a no-brainer if the Bears want to win, but here are three other keys to a Chicago Bears victory on Sunday:1. Defensive line pressureAgainst the Bengals there was absolutely no pass rush generated by the Bears. Andy Dalton had all day to throw and his receivers were getting open. AJ Green torched the Bears for 162 yards and two touchdowns. If not for a couple of excellent plays by Charles ...
BEST OF MAXIM
Tweet Brian Urlacher, the retired All-Pro Chicago Bears linebacker, has been in the sports headlines for his quotes a lot lately. This time, Urlacher is sounding a lot bit bitter that current Bears quarterback is the only former teammate that hasn’t called Urlacher since he’s been retired. Urlacher recently sat down with Graham Bensinger and vented about […]
(Eds: With AP Photos.) By GENE CHAMBERLAIN Associated Press Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler might be showing signs he's a different player this season. What is certain is that he's a less frustrated, healthier and better-protected player in new coach Marc Trestman's system.
Cutler showed signs of leadership and determination in last Sunday's 24-21 comeback win...
Jay Cutler avoided a sack in the opener, which is a different feeling for him. He’s working behind a new offensive line that offered more protection than it had in the past.
Jay Cutler and the Chicago Bears are showing their resiliency, if nothing else. Two games into the season they have two comeback wins and they remain unbeaten under coach Marc Trestman.
They're not making it easy on themselves, though.
Cutler fired a 16-yard touchdown pass to Martellus Bennett with 10 seconds left to lead the Bears to a 31-30 victory over the Minnesota Vikings...
Jay Cutler engineered a 10-play, 66-yard touchdown drive in 3:05 to send the Vikings to 0-2 on the season.
The Chicago Bears rallied in the fourth quarter for the second straight week Sunday as Jay Cutler hit tight end Martellus Bennett on a 16-yard touchdown pass with 10 seconds remaining to beat the Minnesota Vikings 31-30 at rainy Soldier Field.
The Bears who overcame Cincinnati 24-21 in the season opener improved to 2-0 while the Vikings fell to 0-2.
"We can get better"...
Recap The Chicago Bears (2-0) turned the ball over four times, including three turnovers by quarterback Jay Cutler, but still managed to pull out a 31-30 over the Minnesota Vikings (0-1) in dramatic fashion. The Vikings dominated most of the second half and held a 30-24 lead after a Blair Walsh field goal with 3:17 […]The post Chicago Bears overcome turnovers to defeat Minnesota...
Athletes get sensitive over the wildest things, and apparently Brian Urlacher is no exception. TMZ is reporting that Urlacher is feeling a little betrayed by his former teammate, Jay Cutler, since Jay hasn’t called him since his retirement. Urlacher recently sat down with Graham Bensinger and had this to say:
“I did not hear from Jay … out of all the guys I played with. I felt...
The Chicago Bears are focusing more on their pass rush than stopping Adrian Peterson as they head into Sunday’s game against the Minnesota Vikings. “I think as a D-lineman, we definitely want to stop the
In this weeks edition of Inside the Huddle, Downtown and Dorf preview Week 2 of the NFL, ask the fans to take their pick of Andy Dalton or Jay Cutler and zero in on Ndamukong Suh’s hit on John Sullivan last Sunday. Downtown and Dorf also give their sits and starts for Fantasy Week 2. […]
The Chicago Bears overcame four turnovers to beat the Minnesota Vikings 31-30 and improve to 2-0 for the third time in the last eight seasons.
With the Bears trailing 30-24 with 3:15 left in the fourth quarter, Jay Cutler engineered a 10-play, 66-yard drive to win it.
Tight end Martellus Bennett reeled in his second touchdown of the afternoon with 10 seconds remaining. Bennett had...
Fortunately for the Bears style points don't count in the NFL. After an ugly 59 minutes and 39 seconds of play Jay Cutler hit Martellus Bennett for a 16 yard touchdown pass to give the Bears the final lead and the victory 31-30.Jay Cutler finished the game with 28 Completions in 39 Attempts for 290 Yards, 3 Touchdowns and 2 Interceptions for a 97.2 Passer Rating. Matt Forte carried...
Not a Chance in Hell
Have you ever felt more certain of the outcome of a game already than the game between the Vikings and the Bears this weekend? The Vikings head to Chicago for only the second game of the season, but they leave Detroit with a division loss and head into a raging inferno or herpes needles at Soldier Field to face another divisional opponent in Chicago. But...
Brian Robison with a nice scoop and score after a Jared Allen sack of Jay Cutler. A little luck never hurt though to be in the right spot after the kicked ball comes right to him.