It’s no secret at this point. The most glaring need that the Chicago Bears need to address this offseason is their offensive line. You can copy and paste the 2 sentences above into a description of the Bears heading into last offseason. And in 2010… And in 2009… You get my point. Unfortunately for Jay Cutler, he had to get dragged to the turf 148 times over the past 4 … [Read more...] about What’s the 2nd biggest problem the Chicago Bears have?
Wow! The kids in elementary school (in the insurance ad) aren't as hard on Aaron Rodgers as the sister of Greg Jennings. No discount double check applicable to Valyncia Jennings. Despite the fact that her brother was targeted 12 times and had 120 yards receiving in the Green Bay Packers loss to the Minnesota Vikings, she was still less than satisfied. She's an example of how … [Read more...] about Aaron Rodgers ripped on Twitter by Greg Jennings’ sister
With a thrilling 37-34 loss to the Minnesota Vikings, the Green Bay Packers are in the gift-giving mood. It was the Chicago Bears who were naughty and the Vikings who were nice this holiday season. Not only did the Packers gift-wrap a spot in wild-card weekend, Adrian Peterson and his 199 yards (a mere nine yards short of the single-season record) was most likely enough … [Read more...] about Green Bay Packers are in the giving mood with a loss to the Minnesota Vikings
No disrespect to the Minnesota Vikings who are one of the better stories in the NFL and NFC North particularly. Still they are without their best receiver in Percy Harvin and are riding a very young and inexperienced quarterback in Christian Ponder. The one thing the Vikings (6-5) do have is Adrian Peterson who has miraculously come back from a nasty knee injury to put up … [Read more...] about Previewing the Green Bay Packers vs. the Adrian Petersons
Five of the Green Bay Packers' seven remaining games will come against NFC North opponents. That should make for a very interesting division battle as Green Bay (6-3) sits just one game back of the Chicago Bears (7-2). The marathon begins with the Detroit Lions who are coming off a tough 34-24 loss to the Minnesota Vikings and will need every game they can get in order to … [Read more...] about NFC North Marathon begins with the Detroit Lions for the Green Bay Packers
The Green Bay Packers opened the season by playing teams who now have a combined record of 28-18 including the San Francisco 49ers (5-2), Chicago Bears (5-1) and Houston Texans (6-1). Against the league's cream of the crop, they went 2-1 and are inching back up the power rankings with each week's stronger showing. Finally, the Packers get to welcome one of the league's … [Read more...] about Green Bay Packers schedule gets easier with the Jacksonville Jaguars
For the first time in franchise history, the Green Bay Packers will play their third consecutive game in a dome. After road games with the Indianapolis Colts and Houston Texans, the St. Louis Rams are the next team to welcome Green Bay into their house. The Rams (3-3) are an up-and-coming team with a stingy defense. All three of their wins have come at home, but they haven't … [Read more...] about Green Bay Packers will experience a franchise first against the St. Louis Rams
The Bears have taken full advantage of facing the weakest strength of schedule in team history over the first 5 games of the season. They’ve rode their dominating defense to a 4-1 record and now stand alone at the top of the NFC North after the Minnesota Vikings fell to the Washington Redskins this past weekend. In my first 2 installments of “Quarter Previews” (1, 2), I … [Read more...] about Chicago Bears Season Outlook: 3rd Quarter