Bears Win, Miss Playoffs

The Chicago Bears did their job, and all they could do was hope that their arch rivals, the Green Bay Packers, could do the same. The Bears went to Detroit and beat the Lions 26-24, holding off a late charge but ultimately missing out on the playoffs by virtue of the Vikings win later in […]

December 2012 by chrbro

Bears Defense Comes Through

Just like they have all year, the Bears defense came through on Sunday when the team needed it most, leading Chicago to a 28-13 romp out in the desert of Arizona. The defense returned two turnovers for touchdowns, and the offense did enough to give themselves a cushion and Chicago cruised over the hapless Cardinals. […]

December 2012 by chrbro

Bears Slip Up, Lose Playoff Ground

The Chicago Bears certainly wanted some revenge on the Green Bay Packers, but wanting it was not enough on Sunday. The Bears fell at home 21-13, failing to take advantage of a somewhat sloppy game and ultimately losing their grip on the playoffs that once seemed so secure. With the loss, the Packers clinched the […]

December 2012 by chrbro

Bears Lose to Vikings; Lose Cutler Too

What was once a dominant, promising season for the Chicago Bears has now turned into an uncertain playoff run after Chicago lost in Minnesota to the Vikings, 21-14. Adrian Peterson continued to have his way with opposing defenses, rushing for 154 yards and two touchdowns, providing all the offense Minnesota needed to keep themselves above […]

December 2012 by chrbro

Bears Fall in Overtime

Just when they thought they had the game won, the Bears discovered that rookie Russell Wilson had other plans in mind. Wilson led the Seattle Seahawks on a last minute touchdown drive to put the Seahawks ahead, and after the Bears tied it at the end of regulation he led them on a touchdown drive […]

December 2012 by chrbro

Bears Handle Vikings, Take Control of NFC North

Chicago certainly seemed happy to have Jay Cutler back. The Bears rolled over the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday, 28-10 at home. The Vikings were without star Percy Harvin, and missed his presence in their offense more than the score probably indicates. The Bears’ defense suffocated the Vikings’ offense, forcing three turnovers and keeping their offense […]

November 2012 by chrbro

Bears Throttled in San Francisco

The Bears should have left at halftime and saved themselves a couple of huge Aldon Smith hits on Jason Campbell. The 49ers manhandled Chicago on Monday Night Football, 32-7 in a game that seemed to be over from the start. Even if Jay Cutler had been able to play, the 49ers controlled every phase of […]

November 2012 by chrbro

Bears Lose to Texans, Lose Cutler too?

The loss to the Texans was bad; losing Jay Cutler could be worse. The Bears lost a defensive slug-fest Sunday night to the Texans 13-6, committing 4 turnovers and not scoring a touchdown. They were stifled all night by the Texans’ defense, who picked off Jay Cutler twice and recovered two fumbles. Those turnovers often […]

November 2012 by chrbro

Bears Defense Roars To Victory

The Bears are a force to be reckoned with in the NFC. Today Chicago dismantled the Tennessee Titans in all aspects of the game 51-20, starting on special teams and continuing that dominance on offense and defense. For the third time in their last four games, the Bears got some offensive help through their defense […]

November 2012 by chrbro

Game One: Chicago Bears vs. Indianapolis Colts

The Chicago Bears with their reloaded offense will battle the Andrew Luck and the Indianapolis Colts today at Soldier Field. This will be the first game for Brandon Marshall as a member of the Chicago Bears, a player who certainly hopes to make a difference for the Bears. The game is at 1:00pm EST and […]

September 2012 by Craig