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Mitch Trubisky turns in his best performance of career against Cincinnati Bengals

Rookie quarterback Mitchell Trubisky had his best performance of the year this past Sunday against the Cincinnati Bengals. He completed 25 of 32 passes for 271 yards and had both a passing and rushing touchdown. It was the first time all season that Trubisky had a multi-touchdown game. His performance ranks up there with one of the best Bears rookie quarterback performances of all-time. Trubisky became the ...

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Devin Hester was a big play specialist with the football

On Tuesday, Devin Hester announced his retirement from the NFL, leaving the game as the best return man in history and one of the more all-around exciting players in NFL history. From his first game as a pro way back in 2006 to his final game in the playoffs last season, anytime he touched the ball it was must-see television. Over his 11 year career, Hester showed so many times that he was the definition of ...

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VIDEO: Awesome Chicago Sports Holiday Light Display for 2017

'Tis the season for the holidays as we turn the calendar over to December. With the holiday season here, that means holiday lights! All around the Chicago area, there are awesome light displays in neighborhoods that are worth going out to see. Places in the city including the Lincoln Park Zoo also puts on great light shows to get you in the spirt. But if you're a Chicago sports fan, you have to check out th ...

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Recent Moves May Lead to Kevin White’s Return

The Chicago Bears wide receiver position has been the subject of much scrutiny this season due to the lack of talent and production from the position. The team has less than five catches from their projected top four wide receivers heading into training camp. Victor Cruz was released before the start of the season and both Cameron Meredith and Kevin White have been on injured reserve since week one of the s ...

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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 ...

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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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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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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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