Archive for the ‘Chicago Bears’ Category

Gould-en Oldie comes back to kick Bears where it hurts

San Francisco’s Robbie Gould kicked five field goals on his return to Soldier Field to inflict misery on his former team. This loss was just so Bears, writes a dejected Dave Usher…

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The 300: #20 Dick Stanfel

Today’s member of The 300 is another star from the post-war years of the NFL

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The 300: #13 Devin Hester

Yesterday, The 300 brought you one of the Hall of Fame’s most recent entrants. Today, it is the turn of one of the NFL’s most recent retirees.

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The 300: #11 Walt Kiesling

Today, The 300 takes us right back to the earliest days of the NFL.

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Bears slump against depleted Packers – time for Fox to go

The improving Bears had been looking forward to a strong second half of the season, kicking off with a win over their under-strength rivals Green Bay at Soldier Field last Sunday. Let’s just say it didn’t go according to plan…

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3 and out: Battling effort but Bears come up just short

It was another spirited showing from the Bears but ultimately they just fell short in New Orleans, as silly mistakes and a controversial call from the officials proved too much to overcome…

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3 and out: Bears win again on back of great defensive effort

The Bears recorded back to back wins for the first time since 2015 to move to 3-4 and match their win total for the whole of last season. They have their defense to thank for this one…

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3 and out: Bears clip Ravens wings in a wild one in Baltimore

Mitch Trubisky claimed his first win as an NFL quarterback as the Bears finally won on the road in a wild game against the Baltimore Ravens. The men from Chicago never do things the easy way though, as Dave Usher reports…

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3 and out: Trubisky era brings hope but still ends in a loss

It was all change at quarterback in Chicago as exciting rookie Mitchell Trubisky replaced the ponderous Mike Glennon, but in the end it was the same old story. Turnovers and a loss. Dave Usher reports…

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End of the 1st Quarter: The Bears are who we thought they were

The Bears were tipped to be the weakest team in the NFC North going into the season and after three losses in four games that’s exactly where they are. Still, they were one dropped catch away from 2-2, so what should we make of Chicago? Dave Usher answers the questions…

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