Overshadowed by Jay Cutler's injury during yesterday's game was Devin Hester's brilliant acting turn on ESPN's NFL Countdown. ESPN's Kenny Mayne came to town last week to shoot a sketch for the pre-game broadcast.And guess who they called? That's right, Kate James!
The Chicago Bears won big against the Minnesota Vikings at Soldier Field Sunday night.At halftime the Bears led 26 to 3, and the final score was equally comfortable: Bears 39, Vikings 10.Bears quarterback Jay Cutler threw for 267 yards and wide receiver Devin Hester ran back a 98-yard kickoff return
As the Bears get set to host the Seattle Seahawks in their divisional playoff this Sunday, Chicagoans are starting to come together like they did when the Blackhawks glided toward hockey’s Stanley Cup last spring.The excitement brings to mind some words of a 19th century German philosopher: &l
What a game. For a fan, it was nice to have a game that was out of character. Unfortunately, I missed it. I was celebrating a late Christmas with my in-laws in South Bend, Indiana. All week I was assured the Bears game would be on their CBS affiliate.
On behalf of Bears fans at Soldier Field, at restaurants, at parties or watching at home, I would just like to say:Boo.We don't ask much of our squad. We love and support football in this town because organized sports have replaced community.
The Bears game in Detroit proved to be the kind that we all expected: really boring battle against a really bad team. The Lions aren't bad. They are baaaad. I don't care if the announcers and experts around the NFL say otherwise. They are wrong.
The Chicago Bears are in Miami Thursday night to face the Dolphins.It's been a short week for the Bears, who are coming off a victory over Minnesota that propelled the team into a first place tie with the Green Bay Packers.One key for the 6-3 Bears has been the recent improved play by the offensive