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Ryan Pace Needs to Build Around His Quarterback Mitch Trubisky

With his NFL debut out of the way, Chicago Bears rookie quarterback Mitchell Trubisky showed potential but it was clear that he is lacking a supporting cast. The team lost their top two starting wide receivers to injuries early this season and the rest of the group has been a large weakness for the offense so far this season. As the Bears plan to have Trubisky start for the remainder of the season, it will ...

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Chicago Bears offense has been historically bad in Baltimore

The Chicago Bears will travel to Baltimore this weekend to take on the Ravens in Week 5. It will be just the third time the team will play in Baltimore since Art Modell moved the Browns to Baltimore to become the Ravens in 1996. A recurring theme for the Bears in the two games played there and might prove as a bad omen on Sunday is that the offenses have not performed well there. It was all the way back in ...

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Mitchell Trubisky’s debut comes at the right time of the schedule

On Monday the Chicago Bears and head coach John Fox named rookie quarterback Mitchell Trubisky the starting quarterback. Trubisky will make his first start for the team on Monday night against the Minnesota Vikings. The decision was made after veteran quarterback Mike Glennon lost his job due to poor performance as he turned the ball over eight times in four games. Many worry about whether or not Trubisky i ...

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John Fox’s Future Rests on the Arm of Mitchell Trubisky

"At the end of the day, it's about performance, and ultimately that's what we make decisions on." Those were the words of Bears’ head coach John Fox when discussing the decision to make rookie quarterback Mitchell Trubisky the starter for Monday night’s game against Minnesota. Strangely enough, the same words could be said of Fox’s tenure with Chicago if this season continues barreling down its current cell ...

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Lambeau Field has become a House of Horrors for the Chicago Bears

The Chicago Bears took on the Green Bay Packers lastThursday night with full momentum on their side after a thrilling overtime win against the Pittsburgh Steelers. But the momentum was gone after the first play on offense once the game started as Mike Glennon was sacked and fumbled, giving the Packers a quick 14-0 lead. The Bears never recovered. The loss is just another notch added to a growing trend that ...

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Jordan Howard has Fought His Whole Career for the Tough Yards

In the Week 3 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers, Chicago Bears running back Jordan Howard had a memorable game for his courageous performance from the start of the game to the finish. Howard played with through a shoulder sprain throughout the game and even needed to be helped up off the field by Bears medical staff twice. The performance should not come as a shock to anyone because the Bears starting runnin ...

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Chicago Bears secondary comes up big in win over Pittsburgh

In a stunning upset on Sunday, the Chicago Bears beat the Pittsburgh Steeler 23-17 in overtime at Soldier Field. It was Chicago's first win of the season and comes in a tough four-game stretch to open the year. With running backs Jordan Howard and Tarik Cohen deserving the headlines with their big plays that led to the Bears winning, but it was the Bears defensive secondary that had a very impressive game. ...

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“Give Him a Chance”: Bears’ Trubisky Has Supporter in Cubs’ Kris Bryant

The collective groan following Mike Glennon's performance in the Bears' loss to Tampa Bay on Sunday got a little louder as one of Chicago's biggest stars, Kris Bryant, weighed in on the topic during an appearance on 670 The Score on Thursday afternoon. Discussing the Bears' recent woes in starting the season 0-2, Bryant was asked by The Score's Jason Goff and Anthony Herron whether he believed rookie QB Mit ...

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Mike Glennon’s Limitations limit the Bears Offense Drastically

The Chicago Bears 29-7 loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers was frustrating for many reasons. Quarterback Mike Glennon has received most of the blame for the loss and deservedly so. With an offense already limited by injuries along the offensive line and wide receiver position, the Bears quarterback provides no threat for opposing defenses making the offensive game plan simple to defend against going forward. I ...

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Markus Wheaton could be the missing piece on offense for the Bears

Injuries are apart of the NFL season and the Chicago Bears already have their fair share as they have lost both their two best wide receivers in Cameron Meredith and Kevin White. With Sunday's game against the Buccaneers, the team's number one wide receiver may be Markus Wheaton who has been sidelined with several injuries so far this year, but may be just what the offense needs. Wheaton came over in the of ...

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