Get used to this feeling Chicago. It is obvious to say that the Bears live and die on the arm (and mind) of their gunslinger quarterback. Now that we all know that, let's sit back and enjoy the remaining games. I watched the Bears game yesterday with my brother in Lakeview.
The Chicago Bears pulled off a win against the Buffalo Bills over the weekend.The Bears' win ended a two-week slump, although they're still not as bad as the Bills, who are now winless for the entire season after playing eight games.The Bills made a game of it, though: the Bears had to come from beh
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.