Found November 11, 2012 on
Green Bay Packers
The Bears cruised into the 2012 season’s halfway point by utterly eviscerating the Tennessee Titans in Nashville, 51-20. Titans fans came to watch a football game, and were instead treated to ritual sacrifice.
The Bears led 28-2 after their relentless first quarter defensive onslaught, a quarter which saw a blocked punt for a touchdown, a 46 yard pick-six for Brian Urlacher, and two very short touchdown drives set up by a dazzling Devin Hester punt return, and a Charles Tillman forced fumble on Chris Johnson, respectively. On the back end of the Bears merciless, game-long blitzkrieg, Chicago pulled its starters leading 51-20 with 10 minutes left.
Yep, definitely could have been worse. They could have scored 70. The Bears offense was bound to come out of pseudo-hibernation against an atrocious Titans defense. After all, you can’t score 51 points in the NFL with defense alone. Well, maybe this defense could, forcing 5 more turnovers, and the aforementioned Urlacher touc...
BEST OF MAXIM
AROUND THE WEB
The Chicago Bears are expected to sign quarterback Josh McCown with Jay Cutler's status in doubt because of a concussion, ESPN Chicago reported Monday. Cutler sustained a concussion after taking a hard hit during the Bears' 13-6 loss to the Houston Texans on Sunday night. Jason Campbell replaced Cutler for the second half of the game. The Bears will need another backup...
Jay Cutler left the game against Houston at halftime having also been diagnosed with a concussion, but, for me the issue poses a bigger question than whether or not Jason Campbell can do enough to lead the Bears to victory (I'd suggest it just got quite a bit harder for them). The question is why wasn't a concussion test administered on Cutler before he went to the locker...
Join the guys for their observations and insights on Sunday night’s loss to Houston on the next edition of “Bears Claws”. They’ll discuss Jay Cutler’s injury, the Bears offensive struggles, and whether they can rebound next Monday night on the road in San Francisco. It will be a lively 30 minutes of blocking, tackling, and tongue-in-cheek humor, so make sure [...]
The constant rain has turned this Sunday Night Football game between the Houston Texans and Chicago Bears into an utter slop fest. But even then it’s not without its big plays.Tim Dobbins made a play to get after Jay Cutler and unfortunately for Cutler, despite absorbing a massive hit, it was all for nothing. Cutler had barely crossed the line of scrimmage, making the pass...
Bears quarterback Jay Cutler has left Chicago's game against the Houston Texans because of a concussion.
A scrambling Cutler took a helmet-to-helmet hit from Tim Dobbins after unleashing a pass on third down at midfield late in the first half Sunday night.
There were offsetting penalties on the play. Cutler got called for an illegal forward pass because he was beyond the line...
Chicago Bears tight end Kellen Davis (87) drops a pass in the second quarter at Soldier Field in Chicago on Sunday, November 11, 2012. (Chris Sweda/ Chicago Tribune)
The Bears’ offense flat out stunk on Sunday night. The Texans’ offense played the way the Bears typically do to win 13-6.
RB Matt Forte was completely shut down adding just 39 yards on 16 carries. His longest run...
Houston DC Wade Phillips says the Texans will double team Chicago wideout Brandon Marshall all game Sunday, meaning the Bears must have an executable Plan B in place.
CHICAGO (AP) -- Bears star cornerback Charles Tillman is active for Sunday's game against Houston, while Texans tight end Owen Daniels is out because of a back injury.
There was some question about Tillman's status after he told a Chicago radio station he might not be available because his wife, Jackie, is due to give birth to a girl -- the couple's fourth child. He...
Late in the second quarter on Sunday night, with the Chicago Bears down 10-3 to the Houston Texans, Jay Cutler stepped out of the pocket and eventually crossed the line of scrimmage to make a pass to Devin Hester. The play would be called back, and a review of whether Cutler stepped over the line would ensue.
Bears fans everywhere would also soon suffer from scary memories of...
What else must Lovie Smith do to win over the Bear’s fans and front office?
Don’t become a prisoner of the moment and scoff at the title of this article simply due to the fact the Bears lost to the Texans this past weekend. Lovie Smith has proven to be one of the best coaches in Bear’s franchise history, and he deserves to be rewarded with a long term contract before his current...
(Eds: Adds photos. With AP Photos.) By JIM LITKE AP Sports Columnist Bears defenders have been running off the field for a half-century now and yelling the same thing at their offensive teammates.
''Try and hold `em.''
One more time, that turned out to be too much to ask.
The Houston Texans arrived in Chicago with the same glittering 7-1 record and ranked in the...
A reader pointed us to this Facebook update from “Chicago’s Premier Boutique Wedding & Boudoir Photographer”:
One of the most requested 1/2 outfits at Jenny Taylor Boudoir Photography
Use 1 word to describe this photograph.
– Two Bears fans got married at a tailgate just before the team’s loss to the Texans. Now it’s clear that their marriage is toxic and any...