Danny Parkins joins Bears Banter as Justin Fields gets ready for his first NFL start
It’s week 3, and we have multiple games to reflect on to set our fantasy lineups.
Lester breaks down the three sacks the Bears allowed against the Cincinnati Bengals on week two.
The Chicago Bears are (1-1) after a 20-17 win at Soldier Field. While the arrow seems to be pointing up from Week 1, there are still plenty of questions to be resolved. We’ll answers those and more in Week 3’s edition of the Windy City Gridiron Mailbag.
We go around the interwebs to see what the experts think about the Bears this week...
Jeff and Lester have had some time to reflect on the Bears first win of the 2021 season, 20 to 17 over the Bengals, so what kind of thoughts do they have now?
Part 1 starts off with Justin Fields in high school before going to his time at Georgia, and then part 2 (scroll down the page) begins with him heading to Ohio State and ends with him a member of the Chicago Bears.
The Chicago Bears have their first win of 2021 after a nail biting 20-17 finish at Soldier Field. With a (1-1) record, what’s next? All of that and more.
We’ve go over the complete playing time breakdown, and spotlight a few individual and team statistics from the Chicago Bears in their 20-17 win over the Cincinnati Bengals.
It wasn’t pretty, but the Bears won their first game of the season at home.
It wasn’t how we wanted to see it, but Justin Fields got his first half of quarterbacking for our Beloved Bears. An era begins...
The Bears have downgraded Andy Dalton to doubtful, so it’s Justin Fields’ time!
The Bears and Bengals get started for the second half right here!
Here’s the full list of inactive players for the Chicago Bears and the Cincinnati Bengals.
We have everything you need to know about Sunday’s Bears vs Bengals game right here.
More bad news for the Chicago Bears’ offensive line.
Justin Fields has a chance to set a new Bears rookie record for touchdown passes. Until this week, that record was in dispute. But due to a query from WCG historian Jack M Silverstein, the Bears are changing their record books. Meet Chuckin’ Charlie O’Rourke, Bears record holder.
Here’s the full and final injury report for both the Chicago Bears and the Cincinnati Bengals in advance of their game this Sunday.
Jay Morrison of The Athletic joins Jeff and EJ for a deep dive into the suddenly interesting Bengals
Heading into fantasy football week 2, we grow and learn from the week 1 results.