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It wasn’t pretty, but the Bears won their first game of the season at home.
We talk with Patrick Judis from Cincy Jungle about this weeks matchup with the Cincinnati Bengals
Though by a more narrow margin than one would hope, the Bears find themselves as the favorites for their home opener.
The 2021 NFL season is off and roaring and Aaron Leming opens up his Bears mailbag to answer your questions!
David Montgomery’s 6th 100-yard rushing performance and how it ranks in franchise history
The Bears lost a game they expected to lose. Amidst the depths of disappointment, some rays of light still peak from the darkness, the brightest of which is their rookie QB.
We discuss the Bears upcoming opponent with our Rams sister blog, Turf Show Times.
Week 1 has arrived but that hasn’t stopped the questions about Chicago’s immediate future.
While it is highly unlikely that all fans will agree with any one definition of success, looking at league-wide trends and rebuild-specific outcomes can give insight on what criteria are available to call a team "successfully rebuilt".
A lot of fans and pundits like to talk about "rebuilds" in the NFL, but what do these projects actually look like? Instead of looking at individual efforts, this series is going to look at what actually happens when teams take on new general managers.
There have been some reasons floated around for why the Bears shouldn’t start Justin Fields Week 1, but are any of them without flaws?
Some officially licensed by the NFLPA shirts and hoodies from our friends over at BreakingT!
This article is an attempt to give some basic, objective data and a few points of comparison in the ongoing fan discussion of Ryan Pace. Some fans might not care. For the rest of you, here are the numbers themselves, with all commentary marked as such.