Amidst chatter about helmet-to-helmet hitting and unnecessary roughness, the Bears are still trying to wrap their heads around a new offense in week seven while the Fire say goodbye to legend Brian McBride.Many goodbyes this week in Chicago Sports: The Bears now share the lead for the N
A series of missteps on offense led the Chicago bears to a 17 to 14 loss to the Washington Redskins Sunday afternoon.Quarterback Jay Cutler was sacked four times and was plagued by turnovers throughout the game."Obviously it's very discouraging right now [to] let a game get away from us,"
With the political news and the Super Bowl dominating the news headlines last weekend, we missed a very big story. Former Chicago Bears Defensive End Richard Dent was snubbed once again by the NFL Hall of Fame.