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Preseason Week 3: Bears’ offense nonexistent, defense pays the price

Here are five big things (and a few small things) that I noticed during the Bears’ dress rehearsal game against the Chiefs. 1. The Bears offense misfired on all cylinders… This was like a replay of the first preseason game against the Broncos, expect worse. Without Kyle Long, the Bears’ offensive line looked slow and dysfunctional. Outside running plays—particularly to the left side—showcased backup center ...

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Preseason Week 1: Bears offense struggles; Hall, Floyd flash potential

Here are five observations from the Bears' first preseason game against the Denver Broncos. Believe it or not, a couple of positives did emerge from what otherwise was a tremendous buzzkill: 1. The Bears' offense accomplishes nothing, starting with the offensive line There was very little silver lining in this effort by the offense as a whole, from starters to reserves, and the blame falls almost wholly on ...

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Cutler calls out “dumb” fighting, further establishes himself as leader

Some fans and former players may not mind, and perhaps even applaud, the scuffles that have broken out at Bears training camp practices, viewing them both as a normal occurrence—true enough for all teams—and also as a sign of the team’s toughness. But at this point, Jay Cutler has seen enough. After Monday’s practice, the Bears’ quarterback called out his team for the all-too-frequent altercations, indicati ...

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Chicago Bears: Cutler takes high road (mostly) in regards to Bennett, Marshall

Say what you want about Jay Cutler, but the man knows how to handle media noise. Cutler finally addressed comments by Brandon Marshall and Martellus Bennett. One of them directed to Bennett was just pure gold: “Hopefully, Tom, I guess, can do a better job of finding him than I did.” He didn't take the bait and his responses were high road mixed with some subtle trolling. After years of being run through the ...

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Chicago Bears: Bennett disses Cutler, bites the hand that fed him

Another day, another hot take regarding Jay Cutler. What else is new? Yesterday, it was Brandon Marshall proclaiming his old quarterback as possibly being this season’s NFL MVP on First Take, drawing the ire of Max Kellerman and known-Cutler-hater Stephen A. Smith. Then, the oft-outspoken duo of Martellus—who played with the Bears last season—and Michael Bennett offered their opinions on him in a story post ...

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Chicago Bears: Brandon Marshall stumps for Cutler as potential MVP

Brandon Marshall and Jay Cutler may not be close friends anymore, but the former Bears wide receiver still respects his old teammate enough to make a bold statement regarding his upcoming season. Appearing on First Take—bastion, or cesspool, of sports hot takes—Tuesday morning, Marshall dropped a bomb on Stephen A. Smith and Max Kellerman: Cutler could very well be this season’s NFL MVP. Listen below, start ...

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Jay Cutler’s perfect opportunity

With the July 15 deadline only days away for the Chicago Bears and wide receiver Alshon Jeffery to reach a long-term deal, I can just see Jay Cutler sitting back with that smirk grin on his face. Not because he has any ill feelings towards Jeffery, simply because this could be his chance. The majority of NFL analysts and experts are leaning towards Jeffery holding off and waiting until after the regular sea ...

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Five reasons the Chicago Bears will make the playoffs in 2016

It's time to be optimistic Chicago Bears fans. As most people know the Bears are rebuilding the roster with youthful talent that possess the character and physical traits they are looking for to build up into a playoff, and ultimately Championship roster that can sustain that success for decades to come. Contrary to popular belief by some this is not a full on rebuild. Bears are trying to win now with the v ...

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NFL Scouting Combine: John Fox speaks on Jay Cutler, Alshon Jeffery

The NFL Scouting Combine kicks off in Indianapolis this week as draft hopefuls look to increase their stock The first year of the John Fox and Ryan Pace era is over in Chicago. Now the second year of the rebuilding phase is upon us and the Bears have some big moves to make. One of those moves involves wide receiver Alshon Jeffery who is seeking a long term deal with the franchise. The Bears are officially a ...

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Chicago Bears offseason: Exploring each offensive position

We take a look at the Chicago Bears' biggest offseason needs on the offensive side of the ball It's that time of year to discuss the Chicago Bears positions of need, and as in recent years, they have several.  With a solid coaching staff in place, and a strong draft that yielded several starters and contributors in 2015, the Bears rebuilding phase is well on its way.  But even if he lands a strong 2016 draf ...

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