BEARS NEWS

You Are Here: Home » BEARS (Page 3)

Screens have not been seen with the 2017 Bears Offense

The Chicago Bears offense has struggled to find consistency through the passing game this season. The team currently has just eight passing touchdowns through the first half of the season with two of the eight passing touchdowns coming from non-quarterbacks. Offensive coordinator Dowell Loggains has struggled with a subpar talent level of wide receivers which has affected the rest of the passing game. Passi ...

Read more

Could Patrick Sharp be the solution to the Chicago Blackhawks scoring woes?

This early in the season it's not a bad idea to try every line combo humanly possible when scoring becomes a problem. Joel Quenneville is trying to spark the Blackhawks offense tonight against Philadelphia with a nostalgic top line of Patrick Sharp - Jonathan Toews - Patrick Kane. https://twitter.com/BHTVeric/status/927978321433858048 Don't count on Sharp to keep up with Toews and Kane. If anything Sharp ha ...

Read more

Chicago Bears Kickers Have Been Costly During John Fox Tenure

As the Chicago Bears continue to prep for their Week 10 matchup against the Green Bay Packers, there are mounting concerns and criticism for kicker Connor Barth. Barth has been inconsistent through his two seasons as the Bears place kicker replacing then fan-favorite Robbie Gould before the start of the 2016 season. The inaccuracy of the Bears kicker through the John Fox tenure has actually been one of the ...

Read more

Chicago Bears Favored against the Packers for the first time since 2008

As the Chicago Bears returned from their bye week on Monday to prepare for their next opponent in the Green Bay Packers, they achieved something that they had not done against the Packers since 2008. Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune reports that the Bears are favored against the Packers heading into a match up for the first time since 2008 when they beat the Packers 20-17 in overtime at home. https://twitt ...

Read more

Zach Miller’s Bears Career Featured Success Through Hardship

When Zach Miller was carted off the field following his gruesome knee injury during the Bears-Saints game, it was tough to watch because it defined Miller's career with the Bears in a nutshell. He sustained a serious injury after making a terrific catch even though it was called back on a terrible officiating call. Throughout the tight end's NFL career, injuries have hampered what should have been a very ta ...

Read more

Forecasting the Possibility of a Bears Playoff Push

The Chicago Bears won back-to-back games for the first time since 2015 on Sunday as they beat the Carolina Panthers 17-3. The win marked the second-straight week where the defense did not allow the opposing offense to score a touchdown. In a season that started with little to no expectations or excitement, the team has now provided a spark and rightful inspired playoff hopes. With the team's recent performa ...

Read more

Dontrelle Inman Trade Bolsters a Struggling Bears Offense

On Wednesday, Adam Schefter reported that the Chicago Bears traded a 2018 seventh round draft pick to the Los Angeles Chargers in return for wide receiver Dontrelle Inman. The trade bolsters a Bears wide receiving group that has been viewed as the worst from a talent and production standpoint. Inman has been injured the majority of the season limiting him to just two catches for nine yards in four games. Hi ...

Read more

History Shows Why the Chicago Bears should pass on Martavis Bryant

Following a Week 6 win, Chicago Bears media and fans were buzzing about Ian Rapport's tweet that Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Martavis Bryant had apparently requested to be traded following their win against the Kansas City Chiefs. Many speculated whether or not the Bears should inquire about trading for Bryant following their massive struggles for production from their wide receivers this year. Althou ...

Read more

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 ...

Read more

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 ...

Read more
Scroll to top