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When he turned on the film of the Eagles-Bears game Tuesday, ESPN Monday Night Football analyst Ron Jaworski marveled at Jay Cutler’s confidence and command. “That comes from success,” Jaworski told the Sun-Times on Wednesday. “Jay has been outstanding, but it starts with the offensive line...
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Welcome back, Earl! Bennett records the go-ahead touchdown in the fourth quarter.
Just who exactly were those Bears who showed up in Philadelphia on Monday night and delivered a 30-24 victory over the heavily-favored Eagles?
Who was that team who defied my expectations? And these local guys? And these national guys, too?
It was a team on a mission, that’s who. A team who meant...
Lovie Smith has Michael Vick’s number. In 4 regular season games against Vick Lovie has won all of them, adding win number 4 last night as the Chicago Bears beat the Philadelphia Eagles 30-24 on Monday Night Football. Vick was contained again by the Bears defense forcing him into a turnover, keeping his running in check, and making Vick uncomfortable in the pocket. While the Bears...
Eagles defensive end Juqua Parker is inactive against the Chicago Bears because of a sprained ankle.
Defensive end Brandon Graham, a 2010 first-round pick, was activated on Saturday and should play for the first time this season. He had three sacks last year.
Also inactive for the Eagles are: QB Mike Kafka, CB Curtis Marsh, S Jarrad Page, G Julian Vandervelde, T Winston Justice...
Lance Briggs didn't get the raise he wanted, but he was happy to see one of his teammates get rewarded: As first reported by the Tribune's Brad Biggs, the Bears signed center Roberto Garza to a two-year extension worth $6.55 million, with $2.6 million guaranteed.
Jay Cutler threw two touchdown passes, including the go-ahead score to Earl Bennett late in the fourth quarter, and Chicago overcame two rare fumbles by Matt Forte to win their third consecutive game, a hard-fought 30-27 road decision over the Philadelphia Eagles. The Bears move to 5-3 and firmly plant themselves into the NFC playoff picture with a huge home [...]
Jay Cutler threw a 5-yard touchdown pass to Matt Spaeth and the Chicago Bears took a 7-0 lead over the Philadelphia Eagles after one quarter on Monday night. The Bears took the opening kickoff and drove 79 yards on 12 plays, capped by Cutler's TD toss to Spaeth. Matt Forte had 52 yards rushing on the drive, and the Bears got 60 of the 79 yards on the ground.
Bears defensive tackle Anthony Adams is an affable, fun-loving guy who elicits some off-the-wall questions and answers every one of them. But this was a new one, even for Adams: ‘‘Did you ever see young boys around Jerry Sandusky?’’ ‘’No, no,’’ Adams said in the Bears’ locker room...
Staff writer Steve Fini looks back at five players who made the difference in Monday night’s loss.Earl Bennett (WR/Chicago) – I stated in my player preview for this game that the problem for the Eagles secondary would be getting off the field on third down, and that Dane Sanzenbacher, the Bears slot receiver, would be the reason. Well, I wasn’t aware that Bennett was going...
LeSean McCoy's 33-yard touchdown run after Matt Forte's second fumble helped the Philadelphia Eagles take a 24-20 lead over the Chicago Bears after three quarters on Monday night.