We are less than a week out from the 2016 NFL Draft. That can only mean one thing. It's time for my one and only full 1st round mock draft. Frankly, you guys... Read On...
Kyle Long has always been a man of the people. So it's no surprise that he responded to a high school senior looking to get his favorite Bear to his party.
Peyton Manning wants the Colts to hold a 10-year anniversary when the Colts play the Bears this year. Go to sleep, man. No one cares.
Ryan Pace doesn't flex muscles with anyone because he doesn't have to. In only two years as an NFL GM, he's proved that he has the savvy of a 25-year vet.
Lovie Smith will be the new head football coach of the University of Illinois and that couldn't be better news for a program in flux.
With the 44th pick in the 2008 NFL Draft, the Chicago Bears select Matt Forte, running back, Tulane University. Do you remember that?
Say those three words - "The '85 Bears" - and any self-respecting fan of professional sports will know the team you're talking about.
The 2016 Super Bowl is going to be as painful to watch for John Fox as watching "Good Luck Chuck" is for every human being ever.
We have a failsafe way to be a smart bandwagon fan for the rest of the NFL Playoffs. Just follow the guidelines and your friends won't hate you.
As he's taken upon himself to prove this season, any narrative about Brandon Marshall should start with "He's really damn good." All the other stuff that makes better headlines can come after that.
The box score is where you uncover the stories that truly and objectively define each NFL team in the 2015 season. Numbers can paint some pretty pictures.
If the NFC North was Thanksgiving dinner, which team would be what? Would the Chicago Bears be the sacred turkey or just the questionable cranberries?
Jay Cutler is playing like a Pro Bowl quarterback and he has Adam Gase to thank for that.
Earlier today, I came across this article on Monday Morning Quarterback. I expected it to be an in-depth analysis about Cutler, something that might shift my co... Read On...
In the first half of Sunday’s home loss to the Cardinals, Bears quarterback Jay Cutler face planted while trying to make a tackle after throwing an interception. Although he appeared to hurt his upper-body, the team has reconfirmed their initial consensus of a “hamstring injury.” But just for a second, let’s pretend that the Chicago Bears aren’t telling the truth. Let’s pretend that an NFL team is capable of lying or cheating. And just for a second, let’s pretend that Jay Cutler didn’t injure his hamstring on Sunday.
Already sick of seeing and hearing way too much about a bad quarterback on an even worse team, all we could do was laugh when we got a press release Tuesday abo... Read On...
Everyone loves rocking the jersey of their favorite team or player to the stadium. It's part of being a fan. It's the ultimate sign you're "legit." Or a sign of... Read On...
If you want to put it truthfully, Phil Emery was dog shit as the general manager of the Chicago Bears. His departure wasn't only necessary, it was welcomed. Bu... Read On...
Lollapalooza, not included. Frankly, you should be there right now. It may be August 1st but Lolla is already on its second day. However, there are plenty of o... Read On...