Chicago Bears Blueprint To Still Making NFL Playoffs

Most fans, understandably so, believe the Chicago Bears are done for 2014.  They aren’t, and here is what they must do to prove it. Step #1:  Beat the New England Patriots The bye is two weeks away.  At 3-4 the Bears are not looking good and now they have to go on the road into one of the hardest stadiums to win in the league against a team in the New England Patriots that is...
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Fantasy Football Week 7 Targets Leaders

Since targets have become a stat, fantasy junkies have fallen in love with it, including us! But just because your favorite WR gets thrown to 12 times each week, that does not guarantee anything! That is why we calculated their Catch % for you!Stats courtesy of ESPNRB Target Leaders table.tableizer-table { border: 1px solid #CCC; font-family: Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif font-size...
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22 hours ago  |  Discuss

Forte On Pace For An INSANE 119 Catches

Bears running back Matt Forte scored two more touchdowns against the Dolphins on Sunday.Fantasy Spin:Forte had 18 touches for 109 yards. He had a rushing touchdown and receiving touchdown. Forte is up there with DeMarco Murray as the best fantasy running back of the first half.
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1 day ago  |  Discuss

Here Is How Matt Forte Can Reach The Hall of Fame

The Chicago Bears have high hopes for Matt Forte, as he does for himself.  Can the running back reach Canton?  If so, what will it take? Stay Healthy Reaching the Hall of Fame is becoming harder and harder for modern running backs if for no other reason than they don’t mean what they used to for offenses.  However, beyond that a huge key to making a lasting impact on the game...
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3 days ago  |  Discuss

How I Acquired LeSean McCoy & Matt Forte

In my $300 buy in fantasy football league, I drafted last in a 12 man league. I went with a strategy that clearly backfired. I drafted A.J. Green and Brandon Marshall with back to back picks. Not only have the both of them dealt with injuries early on in the NFL season, but it really left me with a WEAK group of running backs. Luckily, Ahmad Bradshaw has been scoring touchdowns...
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4 days ago  |  Discuss

It’s Time For Chicago Bears To Unleash Ka’Deem Carey

There was a reason a 4th round pick was invested by the Chicago Bears in running back Ka’Deem Carey.  The time has come to cash in. Matt Forte Trailing Only DeMarco Murray In Touches Nobody would dare argue that the best player on the Bears offense through six weeks has been Matt Forte.  The two-time Pro Bowl running back has looked like his typical self, gashing defenses both...
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4 days ago  |  Discuss

Is Matt Forte the Best PPR Running Back in Fantasy Football?

Six exciting weeks into the NFL season, there has already been quite a shuffle towards the labeling of the word “best” at several positions. Many of last year’s reigning leaders, Peyton Manning and his Week 4 bye aside, are off-pace from their 2013 outputs. This is paving the way for new challengers to fight for the honor of being labeled the NFL’s “best” in any category…...
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5 days ago  |  Discuss

Three keys for a Chicago Bears Week 7 win over the Miami Dolphins

Coming off what could be classified as a “season saving win”, the (3-3) Chicago Bears are looking to get back over the .500 mark for the second time this year. The team is coming off it’s best performance of the year and looking to not only build some momentum but get healthy and stay that way. Quarterback Jay Cutler is coming off of a season high 381 yards performance in which...
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Bears' offense taking Matt Forte places he’s never been

When Marc Trestman was hired as the Bears' coach, the most significant individual impact was expected to register on Jay Cutler. The improved play at the Bears quarterback position was evident in the play of both Cutler and Josh McCown. But arguably the single biggest impact of Trestman has been felt at running back, where Matt Forte has gone from a solid running back to arguably...
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5 days ago  |  Discuss

You'll Never Guess Who is Leading the NFL in Receptions So Far This Season (hint--he plays for the Chicago Bears)

Matt Forte is a beat. He is without a doubt on of the best running backs in the NFL today; something he proved once again on Sunday with a stellar performance against the Atlanta Falcons (157 all purpose yards and two touchdowns). That comes as no surprise to those that know and love the Bears running back (talking to you fantasy owners).What may surprise fans is that he actually...
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6 days ago  |  Discuss

Bears Put Together Complete Victory

This past Sunday the Chicago Bears shocked quite a few people, including myself, when they took down the Atlanta Falcons 27-13 on the road. The best part of this game was seeing both sides of the ball play well. This is a good sign for what the Bears are capable of doing the rest of the season. The offense, lead by the “good Jay Cutler,” racked up a total of 478 yards. Before...
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6 days ago  |  Discuss

Grading the Chicago Bears’ offense, defense & special teams vs. Atlanta

Call it what you will but the Chicago Bears week six win could end up being a season saver. For the first time all season, the Bears played a complete game for all four quarters and dominated each facet of their 27-13 win. The defense gave up 13 points, which happens to be the lowest it has been in the Trestman/Tucker era. On top of it all, the team was missing four starters on defense...
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Chicago Bears: Young and Forte have shined this year

Through the first six games of the year, the Chicago Bears currently are third in the division behind the Detroit Lions and the Green Bay Packers. The Bears are only one game behind the division lead which is not too bad considering that they have had two disappointing losses in which they gave up the lead. The good sign for the Bears is that they finally put a whole game together...
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Tracking the Bears…Monday leftovers

Notes, quotes, and tidbits following the Chicago Bears road win in Atlanta: -Jay Cutler’s 381-yards passing ties him for fifth place in Bears franchise history with Brian Griese. Johnny Lujack holds the club record with 468-yards against the then Chicago Cardinals on December, 12, 1949. -Matt Forte eclipsed the 7,000-yard rushing barrier in Sunday’s contest. Forte and Hall-of...
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7 days ago  |  Discuss

Top undead performers of Week 6

Week 6 marked the season five premiere of AMC’s hit television series ‘The Walking Dead’ which most likely stole plenty of Sunday Night Football viewers due to another one-sided prime time football game.  To celebrate the return of this fan-favorite TV show and the spooky fall festivities going on in October, I decided to give you the top ‘undead’ performers of Week 6...
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7 days ago  |  Discuss

Matt Forte Runs All Over Falcons

Bears running back Matt Forte did everything Sunday against Atlanta.Fantasy Spin:Forte rushed 17 times for 80 yards and two touchdowns and caught a team-high 10 balls for 77 yards. Forte has 775 yards from scrimmage in six games (129.6 ypg).
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7 days ago  |  Discuss

Hey Look! The Chicago Bears Figured Out How To Finish

One of the biggest knocks on the Chicago Bears both as an offense and a team was not being able to finish.  Recent results say they’ve found some answers. Jay Cutler and Matt Forte Perfect In Red Zone Finishing drives is something the offense has struggled with for weeks.  Punching the ball in the end zone is what decides the top offense, regardless of how well they can move...
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8 days ago  |  Discuss

Chicago at Atlanta: Three Things We Learned

It is pretty safe to assume that coming home was a good thing for the Atlanta Falcons.Two straight losses one the road and the Chicago Bears coming to town, this was a pretty important game for these Falcons – almost “must-win” like. But the Bears and Jay Cutler (who I started this week on my fantasy team) had other ideas.Behind Cutler’s arm and the running of Matt Forte...
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8 days ago  |  Discuss

Why The Chicago Bears Beat Up the Atlanta Falcons

Pessimists will find problems with it, but the Chicago Bears basically spanked the Atlanta Falcons in Week 6.  How did they do it? Dominated The Line Of Scrimmage The basis of winning any NFL game starts with being able to control the trenches and make the opponent bend to your will.  Chicago did it on both sides of the ball in the Georgia Dome.  On offense, Matt Forte and Ka’Deem...
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8 days ago  |  Discuss

Chicago at Atlanta: Sunday's Game Preview

Two road games, two losses. The Atlanta Falcons are happy the game this weekend against the Chicago Bears is at home in the Georgia Dome.The Falcons will try to regroup against a Bears defense that is still trying to find an identity. The Bears offense, on the other hand, has been solid with the play of Jay Cutler, Matt Forte and the receiving tandem of Bandon Marshall and Alshon...
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9 days ago  |  Discuss

The Chicago Bears Need to Get This Kid Moving

Tough road games are nothing new to the Chicago Bears. They have seen plenty of them already this year. That’s why this 2-3 Bears team need to get rookie running back Ka’Deem Carey’s feet pounding the turf on Sunday. Hard runners gain ground If there is one weakness of a base 3-4 defense, it’s the short run at mid/guard. Offensive coordinator Aaron Kromer has been one of...
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9 days ago  |  Discuss

Chicago Bears; recipe in beating Atlanta

The Chicago Bears maybe aren’t as good offensively as we thought they could be. In fact, statistically the Bears rank just about as good on defense as they do on offense. Not what you would expect with the set of receivers and Matt Forte in the backfield. As of today, the Bears rank 17th in total offense and defense. There defense is ranked 16th in stopping the run and they only...
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Chicago Bears RB Matt Forte named biggest goat from Week 5

Some teams are off to a fast start, others are stumbling out of the gates, and a majority are languishing somewhere in the middle. That’s the NFL landscape after five games. How did each team get to their current point? In part, it was because of the performance, good or bad, of some key players and coaches. Some helped their team, while others hurt the squad. Who fell into each...
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13 days ago  |  Discuss

Systematic failure by the Chicago Bears demands accountability

Another week led to another letdown and it is time for someone to take the fall for the weekly disappointment that the 2014 Chicago Bears season has become. While a lot of fans like to blame Jay Cutler, the simple fact is that it isn’t one player. Say what you will about his performance against the Carolina Panthers, he played within their system and game plan. His mistakes weren’t...
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14 days ago  |  Discuss

Matt Forte Sucks In 12 Catches For 105 Yards

Bears running back Matt Forte gained 166 yards of total offense and had one touchdown against the Panthers on Sunday.Fantasy Spin:Forte led the Bears in rushing and receiving. He had 17 carries for 61 yards and 12 receptions for 105 yards. His touchdown came through the air. He was likely considered a top-four running back along with LeSean McCoy, Jamaal Charles, and Adrian Peterson...
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15 days ago  |  Discuss
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