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The Driver’s Seat in the NFC North Belongs to the Bears

Due to the heroics of Justin Tucker’s six field goals in an 18-16 Baltimore Ravens’ victory over the Detroit Lions, the Chicago Bears now have sole-possession of first place in the NFC North. They also control their own destiny in division title race. The Packers also control their own destiny because they play the Bears week 17. The Bears’ record of 8-6 is good enough for a ½ game lead over the Green Bay P ...

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The Top 6 Memories From the Bears 2012 Season

The 2012 NFL season started off with high expectations for the Chicago Bears. The team acquired their number one receiver fans had dreamed of for years, their quarterback and running back both were healthy after suffering season ending injuries and the thoughts of a Super Bowl run in Chicago stirred through many fans heads. It ended in a completely different matter however. After starting the season 7-1, th ...

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O-Line gets face lift in second mock draft

The end to the 2012 season hurt. There's no other way around it. After a 7-1 start, the Bears struggled to a 3-5 finish and find themselves on the couch watching division rivals Green Bay and Minnesota vie for a berth in the Super Bowl. Needless to say, the screeching halt to the season magnified the teams' glaring weaknesses. Some would argue the offensive line resembled a group of grade schoolers playing ...

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Lovie Smith: NFL Coach of the Year?

It's hard to believe I have actually typed those words, but I did, and I'm not the only one. What has happened this season, whether it has been pretty or not, has to have Lovie Smith in the discussion for the honor of Coach of the Year, and I'm sure it brings mixed emotions to Bears fans all over. Prior to the season, the Bears hadn't been given much respect in the minds of the prognosticators: Fox Sports ( ...

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Predicting the Bears season from here (a craptastic journey)

I've never been good at making predictions. Sometimes I will get a gut feeling about an upcoming game, but I am never able to make picks with any consistency. I tried that ESPN Beat the Streak thing, but usually only got about 4-5 games in row correct. One thing I think I may be good at however is telling you how I think the Chicago Bears season is going to end, because if anything is predictable, it's the ...

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