‘D’ gets it done for Bears
This is how it's going to be, huh?
Feeling good about the 'D.'
Feeling lukewarm about the 'O.'
Feeling just a little better 'O'verall, even though a Monday night showdown in Big 'D' is cause for concern.
I cannot believe what I just saw:
The Bears' first play from scrimmage was not play-action pass.
A simple solution:
It looks like Jay Cutler has finally figured it out: When you keep your helmet on on the sidelines, it's hard for the cameras to catch smirky, frumpy or any other look.
Helmet or not, a 58 QB rating ain't going to cut it against top-tier teams.
A pregame tribute at Soldier Field and a halftime commercial spot saluting the career of NFL Films president Steve Sabol.
Refs say the darndest things:
No shoving, no cursing, no pointing?
I'm guessing that means kudos to you, J'Marcus Webb.
"You know who's smiling now? Steve Sabol."
— Fox analyst John Lynch, after a wild play that featured an interception, a fumble, another recovery and yet another fumble.
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