Bears fans, want the secret to winning Sunday’s NFC Championship? "It’s really all about the fat guys. If you think about it, the first line of defense is usually fat guys, and the first line of offense is fat guys. You know, that’s a bonus.
The 2010-11 Chicago Bears are hosting the NFC Championship game. Let that sink in. In the face of doubting fans and contrarian media, the Bears team quietly excelled to elite status, becoming one of the top four teams in football.
The Chicago Bears stayed healthy and regained their swagger on defense, too. So even though they went all in and lost 10-3 to Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers, they could take some positives away from the regular-season finale.The way coach Lovie Smith sees it, there was no better way t
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.
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 looked sharp in their win over the Philadelphia Eagles, 31-26.The Bears' Matt Forte rushed for 117 yards Sunday and Quarterback Jay Cutler threw 14-of-21 passes for 247 yards.Coach Lovie Smith says this is the time of year the team needs to come together to prepare for a run for th