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John Fox: Bears must win to remain 'relevant' in playoff conversation

Bears head coach John Fox is quickly molding his team into one that can win. Dennis Wierzbicki USA TODAY SportsThe Chicago Bears are on the fringe of postseason relevancy. Although they currently have a losing record (5-6), the Bears could run the table and wind up with a spot in the playoffs.In order to stay relevant, the Bears must take control of their remaining schedule and start...
Via Fox Sports
2 hours ago  |  Discuss

Bears in position to grab wildcard spot

The Chicago Bears climbed to 5-6 after bearing the Packers last Thursday and sit three games behind NFC North-leading Minnesota; however, while a division title might be out of the question, a wildcard berth is very attainable. Per CBS Local, the Bears are only one game from the last wildcard spot, currently held by Seattle. 'There’s plenty of competition for the final wild-card...
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3 hours ago  |  Discuss

Bears LB McPhee fires back at Aaron Rodgers after Week 1 comment

Bears linebacker Pernell McPhee had some extra motivation to beat the Packers last week. Jake Roth USA TODAY SportsIt took more than two months, but Chicago Bears linebacker Pernell McPhee finally got the last laugh. McPhee did not forget about Aaron Rodgers' comment about how "fun" it is to beat the Bears, after a Green Bay Packers victory at Soldier Field in Week 1. He took it...
Via Fox Sports
18 hours ago  |  Discuss

Chicago Bears: Heart of a bear

Jay Cutler is playing some of the best football of his career. Mandatory Credit: Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY SportsIn the Chicago Bears’ 17-14 win over the Green Bay Packers on Thanksgiving night, I witnessed something from the Bears that I had not seen in a long, long time. Heart. In the majority of the Bears’ games last year, the team clearly gave up on the field. I think I speak...
21 hours ago  |  Discuss

Monday web roundup: Chicago Bears

Playoff hopes for the Chicago Bears increase with Vikings win In order for the Chicago Bears to reach the playoffs, they need to continue to win and they will need help along the way. On Thursday, the Bears got a big win ... Thayer: Cutler's Patience Key To Bears' Success On Offense CHICAGO (CBS) — With Jay Cutler coming off his first win ever in Green Bay ... on Thursday...
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Bears make several roster moves

According to, the Chicago Bears waived long-snapper Thomas Gafford and signed Patrick Scales. Scales played in two regular season games and two in the postseason with the Ravens in 2014. writes: 'The 6-4, 244-pounder entered the NFL in 2011 with the Ravens as an undrafted free agent. He has also spent time with the Dolphins, Jets and Buccaneers....
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Don’t sleep on the Chicago Bears

The Chicago Bears pulled one of the biggest upsets in recent memory by defeating the Green Bay Packers 17-13 on the road in a Thanksgiving thriller. No sane Bears fan picked Chicago to win. Jay Cutler and the Bears have had a track record of performing horribly whenever they were in Green Bay. The only person to pick the Bears to win was probably Mike Ditka, but he picks the Bears...
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Five takeaways from Bears win over Packers

The Chicago Bears first Turkey Day win in 22 years contained its share of ups, downs, and a thrilling ending. Here are five takeaways from the 17-13 Bears victory: 1. Reversal of script: in previous Bears-Packers games, the Bears and specifically, Jay Cutler, made the crucial mistakes that led to defeat. On Thursday night, the Packers coughed up the ball [...]
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Recap: Chicago Bears Feast on Cheese this Thanksgiving

There is nothing more that Bears’ fans, players and coaches could be thankful for this Thanksgiving than to beat the Packers in Lambeau on turkey day. The Bears and Packers rivalry is the longest in NFL history with almost 200 games played, but out of all of those games Thursday was the first time they have met on Thanksgiving day. It was a slow start for both quarterbacksm but...
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Bears-Packers highest rated NFL Thanksgiving primetime game

The primetime Thanksgiving game is still a relatively new phenomenon compared to the traditional daytime affairs in Dallas and Detroit.  However, it’s been great for the league and its fans in being able to give some Turkey Day showcases to more teams and more cities around the country.  There’s only so many times we can sleep through blowouts in Dallas and Detroit after engaging...
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Not even Aaron Rodgers can fix the Packers' broken O-line

The most awkward truth of the 2015 season was available for all to see to finish off the NFL’s Thanksgiving slate on Thursday night. The Green Bay Packers—a team quarterbacked by two-time NFL MVP Aaron Rodgers—are wholly inadequate at throwing the football and playing productive offense. On a night the Packers retired Brett Favre’s No. 4 and welcomed home Hall of Fame...
Via The Sports Daily
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Kyle Long rips fan on Twitter after Bears beat Packers

    The Bears pulled off a stunning upset over the Packers Thursday night, but that didn’t stop a Twitter troll from taking a shot at one of Chicago’s best players. At one point toward the end of the game, someone tweeted that Bears offensive lineman Kyle Long probably roots for his games to be telecast on FOX so his father, football Hall of Famer and FOX analyst Howie...
Via Larry Brown Sports
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Early Bird Breakdown Thanksgiving Special: Chicago Bears @ Green Bay Packers

Early Bird Breakdown Thanksgiving Special: Chicago Bears @ Green Bay Packers Hello and welcome to Early Bird Breakdown on this Thanksgiving. Before we dive into the breakdown, we need to have an appetizer of last week’s recap: The Recap: Last week the Packers began to play a more complete game and came away with a pretty easy over the Vikings. Eddie Lacy looked fresher and was...
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Three Things Chicago Bears Fans Are Thankful For

Welcome to Thanksgiving 2015, hopefully you’re spending today with the ones you love while stuffing your face with turkey and football. In this recent dismal spell the Chicago Bears have been under I find it easier to reflect on the better days, and those things I have been thankful to bear witness to. See, I’m not old enough to recall the 1985 Bears, so when those gathered...
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Kevin White hopes to play this year: 'I'm not closing the doors'

Bears wide receiver Kevin White is still waiting to make his rookie debut. Dennis Wierzbicki USA TODAY SportsRookie wide receiver Kevin White, who underwent surgery to repair a fractured shin in August, is still holding out hope that he can play this season. He spent the first 11 weeks of the season on the physically unable to perform list, but the Chicago Bears opened up a 21-day...
Via Fox Sports
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Report: Baylor's Jarrett Stidham out for regular season

The hits keep coming for the quarterback position at Baylor. Bruce Feldman of Fox Sports reported Jarrett Stidham, who took over for an injured Seth Russell, is out for the rest of the regular season. #Baylor QB Jarrett Stidham is out for rest of the regular season, source tells @FoxSports. — Bruce Feldman (@BruceFeldmanCFB) November 25, 2015   Stidham started three games...
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Rodgers looking forward to seeing Brett Favre, Bart Starr

Aaron Rodgers will share the Thanksgiving night spotlight when two former Green Bay Packers quarterbacking greats hold court in Lambeau Field during halftime of the team’s showdown with the Chicago Bears. And he’s looking forward to seeing both of his signal-calling predecessors. Brett Favre will have his jersey retired during a halftime ceremony, an event that will include...
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6 days ago  |  Discuss

Do the Chicago Bears need to consider a Forte-less future?

Matt Forte has easily been the most productive and best running back I have seen in a Chicago Bears uniform since Walter Payton. He’s willing to, and can, block. He can catch passes out of the backfield and also can line-up at receiver for the deep threat. He runs hard. His work-ethic is unmatched. He has quality vision, able to find the hole, and he’s very rarely an off...
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6 days ago  |  Discuss

Kristin Cavallari, Bears QB Jay Cutler welcome baby girl

Jay Cutler is a dad, again. The Chicago Bears quarterback and his wife, former reality star Kristin Cavallari, welcomed their third child, Saylor James Cutler. The couple already has two boys together. Thumbnail photo via Instagram/@kristincavallari   Filed under: NFL, Pat Bradley, Top Stories
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Bears come up short in loss to Broncos

Chicago Bears rookie Running Back Jeremy Langford was stuffed at the line of scrimmage on a potentially game-tying two-point conversion in the final :30 seconds, and the Bears fell to Denver 17-15 on a sunny but frigid day at Soldier Field . The failed conversion ended a frustrating afternoon for the Bears, who drop to 4-6 and saw their two-game [...]
Via Bears Claws
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Matt Forte on Jeremy Langford: ‘Ya’ll going to throw me to the side like that?”

Should Chicago Bears running back Matt Forte be worried about his job with rookie Jeremy Langford performing stunningly over the past two weeks? Not according to Forte, who is aware of Langford’s growing success but is confident he’ll still continue on with his career no matter where he plays, via the Chicago Sun Times. “I’m not worried about it. I’ll be a free agent at...
Via Sportsnaut
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Demaryius Thomas surprised John Fox left Broncos so quickly

John Fox and his Chicago Bears will face the Denver Broncos this weekend for the first time since Fox left the Mile High City. Fox, who compiled a record of 46-18 in four seasons with the Broncos, insists it is just another game. Demaryius Thomas doesn’t believe him. It’s no secret that there was some...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
12 days ago  |  Discuss

Will the Chicago Bears activate rookie WR Kevin White?

The Chicago Bears have until next Tuesday to decide whether to active highly touted rookie wide receiver Kevin White, or shut him down for the remainder of the season.White, the seventh overall pick of the 2015 NFL Draft out of West Virginia, has been on the physically unable to perform (PUP) list all season due to a stress fracture in his shin he suffered in August.White underwent...
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13 days ago  |  Discuss

Deceased NFL player’s son suing for father dying of CTE

The son of Art DeCarlo, a former NFL defensive back, is suing the NFL with the claim that his father died from Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy, or CTE, due to injuries to the brain he sustained during his 10-year career. DeCarlo’s son claims the NFL did nothing to prevent his father’s injuries. He said his father sustained concussions on the field after temporarily losing...
Via Sportsnaut
18 days ago  |  Discuss

Jeremy Langford finds redemption in Bears’ win over Chargers

Instead of letting his game-altering drop a week ago obliterate his confidence, Chicago Bears rookie running back Jeremy Langford used the mishap to power a breakout performance in place of Matt Forte on Monday night. Last Sunday, Langford dropped what would have been a first down reception on Chicago’s final drive against the Vikings. The incompletion on third down led to...
Via The Sports Daily
20 days ago  |  Discuss

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