In advance of the showdown between Chicago and Detroit this weekend, Major Wright took a shot at Matthew Stafford about how the Lions QB handles pressure.
In anticipation of the Chicago Bears regular season finale with the Detroit Lions, Bears safety Major Wright offered some insight on what it takes to stop Lions QB Matt Stafford, and it’s quite simple and expected from every defense. Pressure.
Wright feels the more pressure you put on Stafford, the more he behaves like something akin to a lawn chair.
“You put a little pressure...
At the moment it's time to eat some crow because after the first preseason game I called for the benching of Major Wright because of his out of control play. While Wright was out of control in the first preseason game, it's become apparent through the first five of this season that the light bulb has clicked on.
Wright has been solid in run support and has played in control...
Bears Do Dallas Monday Night
It hasn't exactly been pretty but the Chicago Bears are 2-1. Now they'll go up against another team that can look discombobulated on occasion, the 2-1 Dallas Cowboys, for this week's version of Monday Night Football (8:30 pm ET, ESPN) down in Arlington.
Just Happy to Be Here (at 2-1)
Chicago opened this season with a 41-21...
Bears safety Major Wright’s pick-six against St. Louis capped off a strong overall performance by Chicago’s defense, a group that has been dominant so far through three games.
Major Wright's late-game interception return for a touchdown sealed the Bears' 23-6 victory over the St. Louis Rams, a game dominated by Chicago's defense.
The finality of the decision in the battle between Major Wright and Craig Steltz is still a number of practices and three preseason games away, but it's clear now.
Craig Steltz should be the starting strong safety for the Chicago Bears and Major Wright should be benched. The evidence couldn't have been more clear than in the first preseason game of the season.
Chicago Bears safety Major Wright has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Denver Broncos because of a shoulder injury.
Wright was hurt in last week's loss to Kansas City. He will be the third starter to miss Sunday's contest.
The Bears are already without starting quarterback Jay Cutler and running back Matt Forte.
Wright has 41 tackles and three interceptions this season.
The Chicago Bears have ruled safety Major Wright out for Sunday's game at Denver because of a shoulder injury, leaving them without three starters.
The Bears are also missing their top two players on offense, with quarterback Jay Cutler (broken thumb) and running back Matt Forte (sprained knee) out indefinitely.
Cutler was injured in a win over the San Diego Chargers on Nov...
Chicago Bears safety Major Wright, plagued by minor injuries throughout his short two-year career, sat our practice Thursday and is unlikely to play Sunday at Denver. Wright’s play had improved noticeably in recent weeks, including a nine tackle performance against Oakland. A handful of other Bears players returned to workouts and are expected to see action. According to the Bears [...]