The Pro Bowl is beloved by NFL fans across the globe, and the league’s players often react with joy or disdain at being selected or passed over for the annual showcase. It is, however, a flawed concept, given that every year it appears to be more of a popularity contest, reflecting which team’s fans can register the most votes.… Read more
This is an absolutely vital season for the Chicago Bears power duo Head Coach Matt Nagy and General Manager Ryan Pace.
This offseason has seen the 'QB Carousel' been turning more at an active pace than previous years. One such name upon the carousel is former Miami Dolphins and current Tennessee Titans quarterback Ryan Tannehill.
Following the parting of ways with head coach Ron Rivera and then the shock retirement of Luke Kuechly, the Carolina Panthers made it clear that they are in rebuild mode by officially announcing that they will be moving on without Greg Olsen too, after nine years with the tight end.
If he is to carry on, there is no doubt he will have options. Here's a look at a few of the teams who could use Rivers in 2020.
Last Thursday night at Soldier Field we saw the peak of the recent Mitchell Trubisky mini-revival. In front of a primetime audience, the much-maligned quarterback of the Chicago Bears put in his best performance of a disappointing season.
Per the infamous 'Dalton line', the Bengals QB is the most average quarterback in the NFL, something a lot of teams would take right now. Here we take a look at which teams may trade for Andy Dalton this summer.
It wasn’t supposed to be like this. After last season’s playoff berth and Coach of the Year honours for their rookie head coach hire, Bears Nation went into this season hoping to take the next step forward. With a second full offseason to fully immerse his unit in his offensive scheme, in particular third year quarterback Mitch Trubisky, Matt Nagy’s team were expected to make a significant leap forward.
All the talk in the lead up to the first of this season’s London series games was about the performance of the Chicago Bears defence four games into the season. Some folks in Bears circles were even talking of what it would mean for QB Mitch Trubisky’s job security if backup Chase Daniel dominated against the Oakland Raiders.
For the second year in a row, the NFL has sent a strong lineup of games to London (less said about the Browns vs Vikings, Kizer vs Keenum blowout of two years ago the better).
Sunday’s narrow victory over the Broncos raises, rather than solves, many questions the Chicago Bears have about their offence going forward.
On NFL opening night, the Monsters of the Midway showed up emphatically. But they were wearing green and white.
2019 sees the NFL celebrate its 100th season. To commemorate this, the league has scheduled a weekly game to honour landmark moments throughout its history.
However, given the depth of Chicago's roster and lack of turnover, I’m cautiously optimistic about the Bears chances of playing football into January.
The NFC North looks set to be the tightest division in the NFL in 2019. The Chicago Bears, Green Bay Packers and Minnesota Vikings all have serious – and realistic – playoff ambitions, while the Detroit Lions are still in contention, having picked up six wins in 2018.