Getting Into Soldier Field Is Pricey, Even For Bears Preseason Action

John Fox takes over the lead role in Chicago, mainly to reinvent a defense that was one of the worst in the NFL last season after ranking 30th in yards allowed and 31st in points-against. Fox also has the challenge of coming from Peyton Manning to now coaching Jay Cutler, whose turnovers last season caused […]

August 2015 by Joe Sudberg

Chicago Bears One Of Least Traveled Teams During 2015 NFL Season

After a nightmarish and disappointing 2014 season, the Chicago Bears are starting fresh with new general manager Ryan Pace and new head coach John Fox, who comes over to the Windy City after a successful stint in Denver. If the Bears are to turn it around, they’ll have to do it after quite a bit […]

June 2015 by Joe Sudberg

Bears’ Thanksgiving Clash With Packers Most Expensive Ticket Of 2015 Season

The Chicago Bears went backwards in 2014, missing the playoffs for a fourth consecutive season, having second year head coach Marc Trestman and general manager Phil Emery fired and raising many questions if Jay Cutler is the right guy to have under center moving forward. The team is also focusing on turning around the defense, […]

April 2015 by Joe Sudberg

Bears Get Offseason Facelift; Draft Five Weeks Away

The Chicago Bears failed to get back to the playoffs in 2014, instead being swallowed up by turnovers and bad defense. Their poor play led to the demise of head coach Marc Trestman after just two seasons and even had fans calling for the head of quarterback Jay Cutler. Cutler remains with the team though, […]

March 2015 by Joe Sudberg

If available at #7, Mari-NO-ta for the Bears

Heard a ton of discussion over the last week about the top two quarterbacks in the upcoming NFL draft and where they might land.  More and more it seems Florida State’s Jameis Winston will be a sure thing for the #1 spot to Tampa Bay and then things get cloudy as far as where Oregon’s […]

February 2015 by jeremymolchan

Culter shows toughness

I bet many of you thought the same thing as myself after Jay Cutler took that vicious shot in the chest last night during the Bears-49ers game. Just like the playoff game against the Packers, Cutler was going to be a spectator for the rest of the game. Down 17-0 already and the defense looking […]

September 2014 by jeremymolchan

Lynch Gets His Chance to Impress

Jordan Lynch was a Heisman Trophy finalist in last year’s voting before going undrafted.  When he was picked up by the Chicago Bears, he was required to undertake a position change from quarterback to running back.  So far, the preseason has been limited for Lynch.  During the upcoming fourth preseason game against the Browns, Lynch […]

August 2014 by Brandon Moffet

Defense still difficult to watch after win over Jags

Our beloved Bears are 2-0 after a 20-19 comeback win over the Jacksonville Jaguars on Thursday night at Soldier Field, but big question marks remain when it comes to the defense. Jacksonville put up 13 first quarter points against the 1st team defense giving up big chunks of yardage and back breaking penalties that kept […]

August 2014 by jeremymolchan

Jennings and Ratliff not practicing today

A pair of defensive starters out of Bears practice today. Defensive tackle Jeremiah Ratliff is sitting out and cornerback Tim Jennings is out of practice once again as he continues to be hampered by a bad quad. Jennings tweeted this morning, “so frustrating” stating his displeasure with the injury that has him sidelined for the […]

July 2014 by jeremymolchan