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Chicago Bears vs San Francisco 49ers: Week 13 Keys to the Game

While some want the Bears to lose for a better draft pick, John Fox will have his troops coached up to win. If the Chicago Bears follow these keys, they will earn their third victory of the year. The Chicago Bears find themselves in a winnable matchup against the San Francisco 49ers. Bears fans possess […] Chicago Bears vs San Francisco 49ers: Week 13 Keys to the Game - Bear Goggles...
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John Fox: No decision on Kyle Fuller's availability

Bears coach John Fox talked about Kyle Fuller's injury status.
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1 day ago

John Fox: Jay Cutler injury is ‘not season-ending’

Those of you who were hoping Jay Cutler’s last game with the Chicago Bears was last week will be sorely disappointed by Wednesday’s news. Bears head coach John Fox indicated that Cutler’s shoulder injury is not season-ending in a press conference with reporters. John Fox said Jay Cutler’s injury is “not season-ending." — Kevin Fishbain (@kfishbain) November 23,...
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Jay Cutler lashes back at criticism from teammates

This could get really ugly before the season is over. Heck, it already seems to be pretty darn ugly at this point in what has been a disastrous campaign for the last-place Chicago Bears. In his own words, Bears quarterback Jay Cutler had previously indicated that head coach John Fox has no other option but to start him. In reality, he’s not wrong here. That became a reality once...
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16 days ago  |  Discuss

John Fox puts Alshon Jeffery on blast over PED suspension

Thanks to a positive PED test, Chicago Bears wide receiver Alshon Jeffery will be suspended for the next four games. Jeffery has issued a statement taking responsibility, saying that the test positive test came from a substance made to combat inflammation (read more here). If Jeffery is hoping for sympathy, he shouldn’t look towards his head coach John Fox. “Everybody in...
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16 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: 'Growing uncertainty' over Fox's future with Bears

Following an embarrassing 36-10 loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday, the Chicago Bears find themselves at 2-7 and with the second-worst record in the NFC. Sunday’s disastrous performance can be summed up in looking at two Jay Cutler first-half passes, both ending in interceptions and coming on consecutive attempts. The last one resulted in a pick-six for former Bears safety...
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19 days ago  |  Discuss

Eddie Royal on 2-6 Bears: ‘Why not win out?’

The Chicago Bears stumbled to a 2-6 record at the 2016 NFL season’s midway point. But Eddie Royal doesn’t see any reason why the Bears cannot go on a run. The Bears wide receiver, in fact, believes the team needs to believe it can win its remaining eight games. “You look around and you see so many good players, it’s like, why not win out?” Royal said, via ESPN. “You’ve...
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25 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Bears assessing future of coach John Fox

Changes could be coming to the 1-6 Chicago Bears. According to NFL Media’s Ian Rapoport, the Bears hierarchy is assessing all facets of the team, including head coach John Fox and general manager Ryan Pace. Pace is viewed as the safer of the two, with the team believing that two years is not enough time for him to have proven his worth as general manager. Fox appears to be on...
Via Larry Brown Sports
October 30, 2016  |  Discuss

Report: John Fox told friends he is ‘done’ with Jay Cutler

If John Fox keeps his job as the head coach of the Chicago Bears through the offseason, we are likely going to see Jay Cutler in a new uniform come 2017. With speculation growing that the Bears are planning to move on from Cutler after the season, Mike Mulligan of the Chicago Tribune cites two NFL sources who claim Fox has told friends he is “done” with Cutler. That meshes with...
Via Larry Brown Sports
October 27, 2016  |  Discuss

Fox to reporters: Worry about eating hot dogs in press box

The Chicago Bears lost a tough game to the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday to drop their record to 1-4, and head coach John Fox seemed to still be in a salty mood about it the next day. On what ended up being Chicago’s final offensive play against Indy, quarterback Brian Hoyer missed a wide-open Alshon Jeffery running down the sideline. Had Hoyer delivered the ball, the result could...
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October 11, 2016  |  Discuss

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