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Grading the Chicago Bears after a week one loss

It wasn't the start the Chicago Bears were looking for in 2014. The Buffalo Bills marched into Soldier Field and stole a win from the Bears, leaving question marks about a team that many thought had a chance to win the NFC North. There are still 15 games left in the season obviously, but is it too early to panic? Here is how the Bears graded against the Buffalo Bills: Quarterback The Bears took their first ...

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Two Week Off Season Report Card: Chicago Bears

Last year, the Chicago Bears defense was once again historic. This time, the once dominant defense did a complete 180, going from best to worst. The team gave up an average of 394.6 yards-per-game, that was good for 29th in the league. The most worrisome statistic comes from the team being ranked dead last against the rush, giving up a startling 2,583 yard total. General manager Phil Emery has already locke ...

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Grading the Bears: Dominant in Jacksonville

It was another dominant performance by the Chicago Bears Sunday in Jacksonville. The defense held the lowly Jaguars to just 3 points, and after struggling for most of the first half, the offense got it together and put up 24 of the teams 41 points in the second half. Led by two interception returns for touchdowns by Charles Tillman and Lance Briggs, the Bears defense dominated. The Jaguars couldn't establis ...

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Grading the Bears Week 2 – Disaster in Green Bay

It was defiantly a game to forget for the Chicago Bears. The Bears went into Lambeau Field and were spanked by the Green Bay Packers. It was a complete disaster for the Bears, who had the chance to put the Packers in a 0-2 hole to start the NFL season. Instead, it was the Bears who left feeling like they were put into a hole. The offense never got going and it turned into a mess for Chicago. The defense hel ...

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