From The Desk Of...
Looking at the Bears Packers series in a new way, brick by brick
The Bears have their first road win of the year after a dominant 20-9 victory against the Raiders. Despite all of the questions surrounding this team, they find themselves winning games. Could this be a monumental win in the 2021 season?
The Bears improved to 3-2 with their win in Las Vegas on Sunday.
Patti gets a chance to pick the mind of Raiders blogger Matt Holder in five questionable questions about this week’s opponent.
It took nearly a quarter of the regular season for the Chicago Bears to allow nature to take it’s course at their QB position. They’ve finally pulled the trigger. And, now they stand to benefit. Both now, as well as in the distant future.
It’s never too early to start thinking about the draft.
Matt Nagy has made a number of bad calls, from questionable timeouts to failing to adjust his playbook to his personnel. Therefore, his recent statements about the quarterback situation are predictable. Just like his offense.
The Bears were able to get it together and put together a quality outing in their second win of the season.
I’m sure the Chicago Bears know who will be calling plays on Sunday against the Detroit Lions, but apparently no one else needs to know right now.
The Chicago Bears are (1-2) and coming off one of their worst offensive performances in recent memory. Should the focus change from wins to a regime change? What about Justin Fields’ development after being sacked nine times? We’ll cover all of that and more in Week 4’s mailbag.
With injuries to two quarterbacks, the Bears could look to add a free agent at the position.
Yikes. That’s all.
Frustration has reached a new high for Chicago Bears’ fans.
To wrap up this mini-series, members of our staff here at WCG reveal their original timelines for Justin Fields to take over as QB1.
5 Questions with Dawgs by Nature: Will the Browns defense have a “get right” game against the Bears?
We sit down with Chris Pokorny for 5 juicy questions about the Bears upcoming opponent.
The writers now combine their thoughts on how they see this transition unfolding at QB for the Chicago Bears.
The crew gathers and discuss their thoughts on how the transition at QB has gone for the Chicago Bears.
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.
The dawn of a new age at Halas Hall.