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  • Knox No. 1 in Bears' receiver-by-committee attack Nov 23, 2010 10:10 PM
    Spraying to all fields, even though it's not baseball season: &bul;For years the Bears have downplayed the idea of a No. 1 receiver, preferring a passing attack by committee with any of three or four players capable of being the leading receiver in any particular game, including tight end Greg Olsen or running back Matt Forte.

  • Bears should ignore any thoughts of Moss Nov 2, 2010 4:45 PM
    The Bears should never, under any circumstance, consider picking up Randy Moss. Don't even think about it. He was booted out of two universities Notre Dame and Florida State and was jailed twice before ever catching a pass in college.

  • Bears troubles tied to draft history Oct 27, 2010 11:16 AM
    It’s too bad the Bears’ offense is such a disaster because the defense is playing well enough to lead an average offense to the playoffs. Come to think of it, if the Bears strived for average on offense they’d be better off.

  • Smith admits missing challenge Oct 25, 2010 10:03 PM
    Lovie Smith on Monday admitted he made a mistake by not challenging the ruling on the field that Jay Cutler had not crossed the goal line before he lost a fumble Sunday on a quarterback sneak from the Redskins' 1-yard line.

  • Bears in the driver's seat with control of NFC North Oct 12, 2010 5:17 PM
    From a nationally televised embarassment at the new Meadowlands Stadium, where Jay Cutler had to be peeled off the field turf, the Bears have, in just one week, ascended to the driver's seat in the NFC North.

  • Bears must run more or Cutler will remain a sitting duck Oct 6, 2010 12:16 AM
    Two of the most basic rules of coaching are: 1. Don't ask players to do something they're not capable of, and 2. Don't put players in a position to fail. Bears offensive coordinator Mike Martz broke both rules Sunday night. He continued to call for pass plays that the offensive line had no chance of supporting with adequate protection, thereby giving quarterback Jay Cutler and the Bears' offense no chance for success.

  • Message or not, policy a welcome one Jan 31, 2011 6:36 PM
    Whether it's his tenuous job security or a diminished tolerance for mistakes and poor play after three straight nonplayoff seasons, Lovie Smith is not the same "players' coach" he was considered to be during his first six seasons with the Bears.

  • Even with 2-0 start, Bears still have things to work on Feb 8, 2011 2:39 PM
    The good news for the Bears is that, since 1990, 64.1 percent of NFL teams that start the season 2-0 make the playoffs.

  • No, Lovie, please do not make that call every time Feb 24, 2011 4:44 PM
    First off, in fairness, it should be pointed out that Lovie Smith's decision to go for the touchdown on fourth-and-goal from inside the 1-yard line Sunday against the Detroit Lions eventually resulted in a Bears victory - this time.

  • No matter how you cut it, looks like nothing better than .500 Mar 1, 2011 5:41 PM
    Upon further review and after a game-by-game evaluation of the schedule, the Bears still look like an 8-8 team.

  • Bears shopping Alex Brown a bad gamble Mar 27, 2010 12:01 AM
    The admission by the Bears that they are shopping defensive end Alex Brown might make sense from a bottom-line, financial standpoint, but it's a bad gamble for a team trying to get back to the playoffs after a three-year absence.

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