The Chicago Bears quarterback saga, which has twisted and turned since the team were dumped out of the playoffs at the hands of the New Orleans Saints, now has a conclusion. Or something close to a conclusion.
The Chicago Bears have a new quarterback, but it isn't Russell Wilson. Andy Dalton is the consolation prize of sorts for a fanbase still waiting for a franchise-level player at football's most important position.
At this stage of his career, it doesn’t appear likely that Bell will be receiving the multi year contract offers he sought while in Pittsburgh. He’ll likely be limited to one year, incentive laden deals for teams looking to bring in a complimentary back. Which franchises could be interested in kicking the tires on the two time All-Pro?
But there are some key questions: is this a move the Bears should be seriously considering? What’s the likelihood of Watson agreeing to the move?… Read more
It is widely known around the league that Carson Wentz is unhappy with the Philadelphia Eagles right now. A trade might be the only solution for both parties.
Allen Robinson, or “Old Fashioned” as he likes to be known, appears to be done with Chicago. At least according to his interview on Monday, one day removed from the Bears being comfortably dumped out of the Wild Card Round by the New Orleans Saints.
After an 8-8 finish and a resounding defeat to the New Orleans Saints in the Super Wild Card Round, the Chicago Bears find themselves in a tricky situation.
Nobody knows where Deshaun Watson will be playing his football in 2021, but the one thing that we know for sure is that whatever team he’s playing for will be a hell of a lot of fun to watch on offense, and whatever jersey he is donning will be flying off the shelves for years to come.
Stopping Alvin Kamara and disappointing Mitchell Trubisky. That's how the Chicago Bears can upset the New Orleans Saints in the NFC Wild Card Playoffs on Sunday.
Many thought it was last week’s hammering at the hands of fierce rivals the Green Bay Packers that would sound the death knell for Matt Nagy and Ryan Pace’s tenures as head coach and general manager, respectively, of the Chicago Bears. Instead, this weekend, ‘Da Bears’ plumbed new depths against the lowly Detroit Lions.
The Chicago Bears underperforming offense continues to haunt the franchise as the Bears stumbled to 5-4 on the season.
The NFL's trade deadline, scheduled for November 3rd, is rapidly approaching. As is always the case, there already are quite a few teams who have stood out as top contenders in the two conferences.
Khalil Mack and the Chicago Bears' defense have already shut down some useful offenses en route to a surprising 5-1 start this season. They stopped Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Week 5 before stifling Teddy Bridgewater and the Carolina Panthers last week.
Le'Veon Bell and the New York Jets have severed their ties. One year removed from agreeing a 4-year $52.5 million contract; it's just the latest saga under Adam Gase's reign that has sent this franchise spiralling into near disaster.
This is an absolutely vital season for the Chicago Bears power duo Head Coach Matt Nagy and General Manager Ryan Pace.