The Bears defense looked worn out in their overtime 23-17 loss to Seattle. Now there's plenty of work for Lovie Smith and his staff to do to get this tired and banged up team ready for the playoff push.
The Chicago Bears will not know until at least Thursday and possibly Friday whether quarterback Jay Cutler will play against the Minnesota Vikings this weekend. They know for certain some things will change within the offense.
The Chicago Bears. That is supposed to mean something. But right now, I'm not sure it does.Instead, it shines brightly as a symbol of incompetency and joke football. Is it the heart? Is it the soul? The brains?
This week, the Chicago Bears had a bye. This usually means that the players are given time to rest up, visit family and do non-football related things in various parts of the country. But not Coach Lovie. He takes football very serious.
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