John Knox and Brandon Hardin sidelined first six weeks of the season

Chicago Bears Wide Receiver Johnny Knox will begin the season on the Physically Unable to Perform (PUP) list due to a back injury sustained in December 2011 after colliding with Seahawks defensive lineman, Anthony Hargrove. Knox is still recovering from a spinal fusion surgery to stabilize a vertebra and is optimistic about returning to the […]

August 2012 by Niyi

No Cutler = Big Problems in Chicago

Ever since the the Bears have lost Jay Cutler to injury the Bears offense have looked like a shell of their former selves, and it is probably going to get worse with Matt Forte being lost to injury for the next couple of weeks. The Bears’ game with the Chiefs was a quintessential defensive stand off. Chicago […]

December 2011 by bears360

Chicago Gets Bested by Oakland 25-20

This match up played out as one might expect with a back up quarterback in place for Jay Cutler. Caleb Hanie came into a difficult situation last year when Cutler got injured in the NFC Championship game. Hanie played well in that game and definitely better than how he performed last week against the Raiders, a game […]

December 2011 by bears360

Da Bears are Rolling

After starting the season (2-3) the Bears have put four wins together and were able to get their fourth against the division rival Detroit Lions 37-13. Everybody was ready to throw Chicago under the bus four weeks ago, with Cutler looking iffy, the offensive line playing atrociously, and the defense showing age, but four weeks […]

November 2011 by bears360

Chicago gets a Big Win in Philly 30-24

The Bears came into Philadelphia needing a win to keep pace not only with Green Bay, but also with Detroit who have a 6-2 record and a win over Chicago already this season. From the first drive of the game, the Bears looked prepared for a battle. The offense drove the ball down the field, […]

November 2011 by bears360

Chicago Defeats Tampa Bay 24-18 in London

In Chicago’s first game in London, the defense put on quite a display for all the English fans to enjoy. The Bears were able to intercept Josh Freeman four times and shut down the Buccaneers offense for most of the game. If the Bears have any interest in winning their division this year they are […]

October 2011 by bears360

Da Bears Whip the Vikings 39-10

With their backs against the wall, including a 2-3 record, the Chicago Bears came out in a fury Sunday Night and buried the Vikings 39-10. On the Bears opening drive of the game, Cutler hit Devin Hester on a 48 yard touchdown pass, giving Chicago a 7-0 lead. Later in the 1st quarter the Bears […]

October 2011 by bears360

Bears Defeated 24-13

In a game that had great importance on the rest of the Chicago Bears’ season, the team could not come up any smaller. The lone bright spot in the loss on Monday Night in Detroit was the much maligned quarterback Jay Cutler, who performed commendably in defeat. After a first quarter in which was officiated […]

October 2011 by bears360

Forte has Huge Game in 34-29 Win

Chicago was facing the Carolina Panthers Sunday in a must win game to keep pace with the Green Bay Packers and Detroit Lions. The Panthers gave the Bears all they had, but came up short falling 34 to 29, in Chicago. After trading field goals in the first quarter, Bears defensive back D.J. Moore picked […]

October 2011 by bears360

Chicago Loses to Division Rival

After an opening day game where the Chicago Bears looked great against the Atlanta Falcons, they have looked anything but that since then. The Bears have now lost consecutive games after dropping another one to the Green Bay Packers 27-17. The Packers jumped on Chicago on the opening drive and never looked back. The Bears […]

September 2011 by bears360