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    10 thoughts after the Chicago Bears found a new way to give another game away in the final minute — this time to a former undrafted quarterback making his first NFL start. Tyler Huntley was able to leave Soldier Field as the hero after the Baltimore Ravens claimed a 16-13 victory Sunday afternoon. 1. Flash back to the middle of October 2019: The Bears were in a rut and had just lost at home to the New Orleans Saints. The final score was 36-25, but the game wasn’t nearly that close as the offense scored two touchdowns in garbage time to turn a rout-in-the-making into an 11-point loss. Mitch Trubisky was forced to attempt 54 passes that afternoon, and when all was said and done, Matt Nagy was forced to answer for why the team handed the ball off only five times and the offense had a total of seven rushing attempts when adding in quarterback runs. The seven attempts set a franchise record for fewest carries in a game. I reference this head-scratcher because this was...
    The Chicago Bears are coming out of their bye week on a four-game losing streak with a 3-6 record. But plenty of football is still to be played with eight games remaining this season. Our team of Bears writers weighs in on four timely topics heading into the Week 11 game Sunday against the Baltimore Ravens at Soldier Field. 1. The most impressive part of Justin Fields’ development to date has been _______________. Brad Biggs: His ability to protect the football. Yes, he has eight interceptions and has lost two fumbles in nine games (seven starts). But not all of the interceptions have been his fault, and with the exception of the five-turnover meltdown last month at Tampa Bay, he has been excellent in this regard. This is one of the first steps for a young quarterback, and Fields is without question ahead of the curve. You knew he would emerge as a dual threat at the position, and he has showcased the ability to escape the pocket to extend plays and attack defenses with his running...
    The Chicago Bears are back from their bye week, and so is Brad Biggs’ weekly Bears mailbag. Despite a four-game losing streak, an encouraging performance the last time out in Pittsburgh has some readers wondering if Justin Fields and the offense are hitting their stride. If Teven Jenkins returns to the active roster in the coming weeks, what will the offensive line look like? Does someone slide inside? — @twtamtrakandrew That was the No. 1 question in the mailbag this week by a landslide. I don’t think there is a clear answer right now, and I also don’t believe the Bears need to pick a spot for him immediately. This process could take several weeks to play out. Jenkins practiced Monday for the first time since the spring. He has yet to practice in full pads, and an important element people should keep in mind is that the collective bargaining agreement prevents teams from conducting more than one practice in full pads each week. So Jenkins will get one practice in full pads (with very limited contact) this...
    Astroworld Festival victims remembered in somber vigil, as officials press for answers Trump: 2024 announcement probably coming after midterms The Pittsburgh Steelers know how they need to win this season. We saw it last week.  It's not with Ben Roethlisberger peppering his receivers with targets and throwing for 5,000 yards anymore. Roethlisberger is on the back nine of his career, maybe even on the 18th hole, and the Steelers don't have the offensive line to protect a 39-year-old quarterback anyway. The Steelers had a grind-it-out 15-10 win at the Cleveland Browns last week. That works.  Between the Steelers offense and the Bears offense, we're in for what should be a rough Monday night game. The Bears are 7-point underdogs at BetMGM. The over/under is a very low 39.  The Bears (31st in points, 32nd in yards) don't really know how to generate an offense with rookie quarterback Justin Fields. Fields ran it more last week and had 100 yards rushing, and he'll get better as his confidence grows. But it's not like he'll light up a good Steelers defense....
    Chicago Bears: Situationally, the Bears can’t execute. Usayd Koshul October 17, 2021 Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on reddit Reddit Sunday afternoon at Soldier Field for the Chicago Bears was a classic case of what to expect when playing the Green Bay Packers. The Bears may have marched down the field with an eight-play, 54-yard drive that took a little over four minutes off the clock and scored a touchdown on their opening posession, however, Chicago failed to execute when it matters most on offense. Throughout the first half, the Bears did manage to keep the game close. Both rivals did trade punches early on in what appeared to be a heavyweight fight in the making. Then Aaron Rodgers decided to takeover, doing what he does best against the Bears: Dominate. Four years into the Matt Nagy era and the Bears offense still fails to execute. The Bears would punt on four straight possessions after Justin Fields’ interception, which was questionable after a Packers defensive lineman was...
    Chicago Bears: What does Sunday’s win over the Lions mean? Usayd Koshul October 3, 2021 Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on reddit Reddit The Chicago Bears accomplished on Sunday afternoon what many fans hoped: A win against the Detroit Lions at home. In the Bears’ first divisional game of the season, Chicago closed out the Lions 24-14, with rookie quarterback Justin Fields going 11-for-17 and 209 passing yards. The Bears’ win over the Lions is significant for two reasons. First, Chicago is back to .500 and trying to keep pace in the division with the Green Bay Packers. Second, Fields and the entire Bears offense rebounded, proving that poor playcalling and bad execution was holding the Bears offense back. While head coach Matt Nagy acknowledged after the game that offensive coordinator Bill Lazor was calling plays, Chicago proved in week 4 that the offensive coaching staff could cater the game plan to Fields strengths. Sunday afternoon also showcased what the Bears’ philosophy on offense needs to be: A balanced...
    Shakira Is All Smiles in First Outing Since Revealing She Was Attacked by Wild Boars Tesla sees big jump in third quarter car production Chicago will start its rookie QB for a second straight game. According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, Justin Fields will be the starter for the Bears when they host the 0-3 Lions on Sunday. Bears’ QB Justin Fields will start Sunday vs. the Lions. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) October 2, 2021 Fields made the start last week against Cleveland and completed 6-of-20 passes for 68 yards, struggling against constant pressure from the Browns that saw him sacked nine times. NFL PICKS: Against the spread | Straight up Nagy had previously said the decision would be a gametime decision, having previously only said it wouldn't be Nick Foles. "The starter is going to be a game-time decision," Nagy said. "Both [were] out there this week for practices and you know Andy is getting better each day. We're just going to see where he's at on Sunday." Dalton is dealing with a bone bruise that kept him out...
    Chicago Bears: Examining who really failed the offense in week three Usayd Koshul September 29, 2021 Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on reddit Reddit It’s been just over 48 hours since the Chicago Bears lost to the Cleveland Browns in week 3 but debates continue among the Bears fanbase and the NFL community about who was really at fault for Chicago’s offensive woes: Head coach Matt Nagy or rookie quarterback Justin Fields. Talk to Bears fans and they’ll tell you Nagy was at fault. Listen to some in the national media, and two groups will emerge: Team Nagy and team Fields. Then there’s a third group that is willing to blame both, citing Nagy’s poor game planning coupled with Fields’ inability to get the ball out quickly as a reason for the Bears debacle on Saturday. The answer is simple: Nagy. Three full seasons and three games into year four as head coach, Nagy has cycled through five starting quarterbacks and has yet to put together a consistent offensive....
    Chicago Bears backup quarterback Nick Foles had some thoughts about the Bears’ offense. Yesterday was the highly anticipated, first career start of Chicago Bears rookie quarterback Justin Fields. The collective excitement quickly became a collective disappointment as the offense struggled against the Cleveland Browns. The disappointment was not with Fields, but the offense in general. As fans took to social media to express their discontent, Chicago Bears quarterback Nick Foles was caught on the sideline expressing his. “This offense just isnt working.” – Nick Foles It’s clear Matt Nagy has lost the lockerroom. #FireNagy pic.twitter.com/8qeOt7VTZb — Max Markham (@MaxMarkhamNFL) September 27, 2021 Foles, who was originally the third-string quarterback, is seen talking to injured quarterback Andy Dalton. A close reading of Foles’ lips and it appears he says “This offense just isn’t working.” With those five words, Foles became the voice of the people.Chicago Bears offensive strugglesFoles was right, the offense isn’t working. Sure, it was a rookie quarterback’s first game starting against a pretty talented defense, but many deemed Chicago’s offensive performance intolerable. Fields completed just...
    The best and worst fictional teachers The Best and Worst Deals at Costco Chicago Bears head coach Matt Nagy surprised nobody who has been following the situation when he confirmed Wednesday that rookie quarterback Justin Fields will make his first NFL start this Sunday at the Cleveland Browns as veteran Andy Dalton is sidelined with a left knee injury.  © Steve Roberts-USA TODAY Sports Justin Fields will make his first NFL start this Sunday at Cleveland. Nagy reiterated comments he made throughout the summer that Dalton will be his QB1 when healthy and cleared to return to the lineup, but Kevin Patra of the NFL's website noted somebody couldn't help but ask Fields if the door is now open for him to leap to the top of the depth chart.  "I think every time I go in, I have that mindset," Fields responded. "Of course, I'm going to go out there on Sunday and play my best and, of course, just try to come out with the win. That's my main focus. My main focus isn't winning the starting...
    Assessing the Chicago Bears offense in week two Usayd Koshul September 20, 2021 Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on reddit Reddit Sunday afternoon proved to be fruitful for Chicago Bears fans. Not only did the Bears come away with a victory but Chicago also got an extended look at rookie quarterback Justin Fields for the first time in the regular season with veteran Andy Dalton leaving the game due to a knee injury. Fields playing a majority of the game doesn’t mean he’ll be the starter moving forward but the Bears coaching staff now has to make a decision to make: Should the Bears continue to roll with Dalton if healthy or start Fields and bring the future to the present? The final call with be made by head coach Matt Nagy but Fields performance on Sunday while leading the offense could be enough to name the 11th overall pick the starter. Chicago’s offense showed plenty of positives on Sunday, including the ability to consistently move the ball through...
    Most of the great quarterbacks throughout history are a tandem with a great coach. Joe Montana and Bill Walsh. Dan Marino and Don Shula. Roger Staubach and Tom Landry, Terry Bradshaw and Roger Noll, Joe Theismann and Joe Gibbs. John Elway and Mike Shanahan, Jim Kelly and Marv Levy, Brett Favre and Mike Holmgren, Drew Brees and Sean Payton. And yes, even Brady and Belichick. Dan Fouts won just 12 games through his first five years as quarterback of the San Diego Chargers, and then Don "Air" Coryell came in as head coach. Fouts is now in the Hall of Fame. Fields and Nagy don't work, and the Bears' players see it. They're blaming Nagy. After the Bears' humiliating blowout to the Los Angeles Rams in the season opener, speed receiver Marquise Goodwin said the offense's water-torture-like dependence on short passes — my description — made things easy on Rams cornerback Jalen Ramsey. "Especially in short spaces and (with) us not running past 10 yards," Goodwin said. "That fell right into his hands. "It's challenging, but you've just...
    Chicago Bears: Why didn’t the Bears gameplan on offense work? Usayd Koshul September 15, 2021 Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on reddit Reddit Just over 48 hours have passed since the Chicago Bears‘ week 1 loss to the Los Angeles Rams and with the Bears now looking ahead to week 2, Chicago must figure out what went wrong against the Rams. On the surface, the Bears’ offensive gameplan included short, quick passes designed to get the ball out of quarterback Andy Dalton’s hands in just under 2.5 seconds. Throughout the evening, the Bears’ offensive line did create solid running lanes for running back David Montgomery. The real reason the Bears left Los Angeles winless is due to the passing attack. Despite throwing 38 times, Dalton completed just 27 passes, with only one pass of 10+ yards being completed. “I think just the kind of way this defense plays, they limit the big play and they make you just kind of move the ball down the field,” Dalton said via...
    Getty Head coach Matt Nagy of the Chicago Bears watches action during the first half against the Los Angeles Rams. Matt Nagy likely didn’t think about it that much. The head coach of the Chicago Bears was just filming an ad for McDonald’s — he wasn’t thinking about the fact that he might get skewered on social media for it. Trouble is, Nagy entered the 2021 season with many questioning his job security, so the image of him working at McDonald’s was one many couldn’t help but comment on. “I was hired to help you make this great team even better,” Nagy says in the ad, clad in Bears gear and his usual visor. “And hey, if they put in the work, they can make manager on this team.” Still images of the ad also started popping up, and the reaction, particularly on Twitter, was swift, hilarious — and brutal if you’re the Bears’ coach. This is some amazing stuff right here. Real ad. #DaBears #mattnagy pic.twitter.com/tx5MZpVru8 — JT (@JTespn) September 13, 2021 ALL the latest Bears news straight to your...
    Mark Hamill Goes Viral on Twitter for Tweeting His Own Name Ryanair Ends Talks for Follow-On Boeing Max Order Over Price © Provided by NBC Sports Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad Chicago’s plan at quarterback continues to be that Andy Dalton will be the starter to start the season. How long that lasts remains to be seen. Ultimately, it may not be up to Dalton. It may hinge on how the overall offense performs when he plays. Coach Matt Nagy explained to Albert Breer of SI.com that, for the preseason, the Bears focused on Dalton’s performance and only Dalton’s performance, given that he didn’t have full access to all starters — and that he had limited reps. “You see a lot of these teams where there’s a lot of players that aren’t playing at all, what we wanted to do was get him a few live reps, getting in there and understanding what it’s like with this offense,” Nagy told Breer. “And we knew going into it that some of it was not going...
    Dissecting Andy Dalton’s vision for the Chicago Bears offense Usayd Koshul July 28, 2021 Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on reddit Reddit Chicago Bears starting quarterback Andy Dalton took a direct approach when speaking about what the Bears’ offense could accomplish throughout the 2021 season. Dalton, who spent last season with the Dallas Cowboys after spending nine seasons as the starting quarterback of the Cincinnati Bengals has continued to command respect throughout the offseason in Chicago. Despite Bears’ fans’ desire to see rookie Justin Fields start, something cannot be denied when analyzing Dalton: Experience. Dalton has started 142 games since 2011 and has been to three Pro Bowls. Despite never having won a playoff game, the 11-year veteran has seen enough football to know what the Bears offense is capable of. “I feel like with this offense and the players that we have, I think we can be pretty versatile,” Dalton said via the Bears official YouTube Channel. “We can run the ball, tight formations, we can spread you...
    Getty Head coach Matt Nagy of the Chicago Bears Matt Nagy wants Chicago Bears fans to know one thing: He’s ready to run the football in 2021. The Bears head coach and offensive play-caller has been criticized for both his play choice and design, as well as the inability of his offense to run the ball with any kind of regularity, but he says he understands the value of the run game — and says he’s ready to use it. Nagy called plays for the Bears offense in 2018 and 2019, but he gave up play-calling duties last year in the midst of a six-game losing streak. The Bears averaged 19.7 points a game with Nagy calling plays, and after he turned the job over to offensive coordinator Bill Lazor, that number jumped to 27.7 points. To be fair, when Lazor called plays, Chicago faced much tougher opponents, particularly on the defensive side of the ball. Bears top running back David Montgomery also thrived with Lazor calling the plays, netting 579 of his 1,070 yards in the six...
    Chicago Bears: Biggest questions at the WR position Usayd Koshul July 13, 2021 Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on reddit Reddit As the Chicago Bears report to training camp in exactly two weeks and the wide receiver position is perhaps the most intriguing on the offense. Besides Allen Robinson, the Bears feature 2020 fifth-round pick, Darnell Mooney, as well as fourth-year wide receiver Anthony Miller. Add in speedsters Damiere Byrd and Marquise Goodwin and head coach Matt Nagy is looking to have his offense take another step forward with quarterbacks Andy Dalton and Justin Fields. The Bears depth chart also features Javon Wims, Riley Ridley, rookie Dazz Newsome, Rodney Adams, Thomas Ives, Chris Lacy, and Jester Weah, creating some intriguing competition for the final two or three roster spots. As the Bears report to Halas Hall, what are some questions at the wide receiver position? Let’s find out. 1) Can Anthony Miller finally live up to the draft status? Heading into 2021, Miller is on the Bears...
    Chicago Bears: Biggest questions at the QB position Usayd Koshul July 11, 2021 Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on reddit Reddit The Chicago Bears will start training camp at Halas Hall in just over two weeks, with significant turnover at the quarterback position. The Bears moved on from Mitchell Trubisky this offseason, replacing the former second overall pick with veteran Andy Dalton and rookie Justin Fields. Set to return is also veteran Nick Foles, who started seven games for the Bears in 2020, winning just two games. As Chicago continues to get ready for the 2021 season, what are three questions at the quarterback position? Let’s find out. 1) How long will Dalton hold off Fields? The million-dollar question that has every Bears fan buzzing: When will Fields start? Bears head coach Matt Nagy has consistently said this offseason that a plan exists to develop Fields. Part of that plan is hoping Dalton plays well enough to hold off Fields, giving the Bears a stable bridge quarterback. ...
    Could Khalil Herbert be an instant impact player for the Chicago Bears? Usayd Koshul May 18, 2021 ShareTweetFlipRedditDuring the 2021 NFL Draft, the Chicago Bears made an eyebrow-raising selection by opting to add former Virginia Tech running back Khalil Herbert in the sixth round. Many would just view the selection of Herbert as additional depth for David Montgomery and Tarik Cohen but the Bears’ return duties on special teams remain unsolved. The last two seasons (2019 and 2020), saw Cordarrelle Patterson be the main return man on special teams for the Bears but for a price tag of $10M over two years, Patterson’s price tag was simply too much. Chicago moved on from Patterson this offseason and Herbert is expected to be a much cheaper option. Playing at Virginia Tech for just one season, Herbert averaged 26.9 yards per return on special teams. For the Bears, he should provide similar value as a player who makes quick decisions and can be considered to be a homerun hitter when it comes to...
    The Chicago Bears finally got it right in the 2021 NFL Draft ukoshul May 3, 2021 ShareTweetFlipRedditWith the 2021 NFL Draft officially having concluded, the Chicago Bears came away with quite the haul. First-round picks quarterback Justin Fields highlight’s the Bears class, but second-round pick offensive tackle Teven Jenkins projects to be a day one starter. Chicago used its final five draft picks to add players who are expected to be depth options in 2021 but could eventually become starters down the road. What’s significant about the Bears draft haul is that five of Chicago’s seven draft picks were offensive players. Investing heavily on offense isn’t something that the Bears franchise has been known to do. In what is a defense-first town, the Bears have lacked on offense. Between 2019 and 2020, Chicago’s offense was in the bottom half of the NFL in nearly every category. Head coach Matt Nagy and general manager Ryan Pace both saw issues that the Bears had in 2020 and used the 2021 NFL Draft to...
    MINNEAPOLIS, MN – DECEMBER 20: Chicago Bears head coach Matt Nagy calls to his team in the second quarter of the game against the Minnesota Vikings at U.S. Bank Stadium on December 20, 2020 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. (Photo by Stephen Maturen/Getty Images) The Bears are still desperate to secure an upgrade at quarterback. Can Chicago make that happen in the first round of the 2021 NFL Draft? The NFL quarterback carousel is in full swing but the Bears still haven’t managed to nab their franchise quarterback of the future. In a perfect world, they’d like to use their first round pick in April’s draft to accomplish that objective. The problem for Chicago is that they don’t go on the clock until the No. 20 overall selection. That pick almost certainly won’t be high enough to grab one of the consensus top four signal-callers in this year’s class. If the Bears want Trevor Lawrence, Justin Fields, Zack Wilson, or Trey Lance they’ll need to trade up. Landing Mac Jones at 20 is possible, but he could also go off the board...
    Fears over unstable Trumps fitness for office in final dangerous days Young people in Iraq have been protesting for civil rights and a better economy for more than a year - heres what it looks like on the ground Ranking the 14 coaching staffs in the 2021 NFL Playoffs: No surprise at the top, Bears land in bottom tier We're now just two days away from the start of the NFL playoffs. It was a long, strange road to get here, but here we are. Throughout this week you have likely read a whole lot about the matchups, the players, the tactics, the injuries, and everything else that will affect who advances out of Super Wild-Card Weekend and into the Divisional Round and beyond.  © Provided by CBS Sports We're here today to add to the list of things that will affect exactly that by taking a look at the coaches. But not just the head coaches. Instead, we want to take a more holistic view, examining each team's head coach, offensive coordinator, and defensive coordinator. Because the people...
    Just two years ago, the Bears won the NFC North and then-first-year head coach Matt Nagy was recognized as AP Coach of the Year. Oh, how things have changed. Following a lopsided 41-25 loss to the Packers on Sunday, Nagy was fielding questions about his job security and the team appears to be bubbling over with frustration. “No, I’m not,” he told reporters when asked if he was concerned about keeping his job. Since beginning the season at 5-1, the Bears have lost five straight. Three of those games — Sunday night’s loss to the Packers and Monday night defeats to the Vikings and Rams — have been in primetime. Another loss to the Saints was the national game in the late afternoon Sunday slot. And, as is almost always the case in Chicago, the offense — Nagy’s speciality — has been the biggest culprit. Chicago currently ranks 31st in total offense, trailing only the winless Jets. Nagy relinquished play-calling duties to offensive coordinator Bill Lazor two games ago, but the results have remained the same. “S–t embarrassing,” wide receiver...
    Just two years ago, the Bears won the NFC North and then-first-year head coach Matt Nagy was recognized as AP Coach of the Year. Oh, how things have changed. Following a lopsided 41-25 loss to the Packers on Sunday, the Bears’ fifth straight defeat, Nagy was fielding questions about his job security and the team appears to be bubbling over with frustration. “No, I’m not,” he told reporters when asked if he was concerned about keeping his job. Since beginning the season at 5-1, the Bears have lost five straight. Three of those games — Sunday night’s loss to the Packers and Monday night defeats to the Vikings and Rams — have been in primetime. Another loss to the Saints was the national game in the late afternoon Sunday slot. And, as is almost always the case in Chicago, the offense — Nagy’s speciality — has been the biggest culprit. Chicago currently ranks 31st in total offense, trailing only the winless Jets. Nagy relinquished play-calling duties to offensive coordinator Bill Lazor two games ago, but the results have remained the...
    The Chicago Bears have quickly lost their contender status. The Chicago Bears were once a 5-1 team that took down Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, as their ferocious defense looked good enough to carry them deep into the playoffs. Over the last few weeks, however, Nick Foles and the offense have looked completely outgunned, and those poor performances have been reflecting in the betting line for their next Monday Night Football matchup. The Bears’ magic has totally ebbed away, as they are underdogs at home against Kirk Cousins and the Minnesota Vikings despite the superior defense and record to this point. The Bears are GETTING 2.5 points at home against the Vikings for MNF. The bloom is more than off that rose for Vegas. — Matt Verderame (@MattVerderame) November 9, 2020 The Chicago Bears’ offense is a complete mess right nowWhile Foles did manage to get some garbage time stats that made his box score look better against the Tennessee Titans, he was held scoreless for most of the game by a poor defense playing without pass...
    Next1 of 3Prev postUse your ← → (arrows) to browse The Chicago Bears need to make some big moves on offense. It’s the same old song and dance for the Chicago Bears. At 5-3 and in possession of one of the league’s best defenses, the Bears are being let down by the poor quarterback play of Nick Foles and an offense that looks completely discombobulated at the moment. .@Saints feelin good after picking off Nick Foles!! @shonrp2 comes up with the Int! pic.twitter.com/Sgf9d5KU7Y — FOX Sports: NFL (@NFLonFOX) November 1, 2020 While they stood pat at the 2020 trade deadline, Ryan Pace might be able to fix their offense if he adds one of these three players in the spring.These three players could help the Bears if they get them in a trade 3 Matt Breida RB Miami Dolphins David Montgomery has plenty of the traits you look for in an NFL running back, but it’s clear that his slower, patient style isn’t meshing with Nagy’s West Coast style that favors speed and lateral quickness. While he has potential,...
    For Latino entrepreneurs, business growth is as disparate as their political views Do You Snack on Energy Bars? Here’s When You Should Actually Eat Them Rams punter Johnny Hekker was the real MVP in win over Bears We here at For The Win love us some Johnny Hekker, as does — I hope! — the rest of the NFL world. © Provided by For The Win The Los Angeles Rams punter is the most fun, whether he’s pulling off no-look holds during field goals, booting epic punts in the Super Bowl or calling for boycotts of RedZone. On Monday night, in the Rams’ win over the Chicago Bears, he had himself an incredible night thanks to his punting, so much so that the NFL put together a highlight reel, which includes lots of fawning from the broadcast over his technique and ability to pin the struggling Bears’ offense deep: Punters are playmakers too. @JHekker pic.twitter.com/FbrA8LhbJZ— NFL (@NFL) October 27, 2020 Hekker isn’t a punter. He’s a punting god. And all celebrations from his Rams’ teammates are completely justified. He’s...
    The lesson in Trumps unfortunate diagnosis What you need to know about reheating food safely The Bears offense has a lot of problems no matter who plays quarterback The Colts came to Chicago and beat the Bears 19-11 this afternoon, in a game CBS flexed to the late window as a replacement for the postponed Patriots-Chiefs game. © Provided by The Comeback That was unfortunate for neutral fans, because they were rewarded with a flailing Chicago offense struggling to do much of anything for most of the game, along with a lot of sloppy penalties and other miscues. The Colts fared slightly better, though Philip Rivers didn’t exactly light up Soldier Field, and Indianapolis should have probably put the game away much more emphatically than they were able to do. That the Bears were in it at all is a testament to their defense, which remains one of the better units in the league and probably only requires a competent offense to be able to win games on its own. Unfortunately, the Bears do not have a competent offense....
    Khalil Mack knew how bad the New York Giants were on offense, and showed it with a great quote. The New York Giants were by no means lifeless against the Chicago Bears last week, as they managed to rally and put a Saquon Barkley injury behind them to fight their way back into the game. However, the Chicago Bears were not intimidated by Joe Judge, Daniel Jones, or this offense in the slightest, as they teed off on the Giants by blitzing them heavily. Superstar defensive end Khalil Mack went over to the sideline during yesterday’s game, a game in which he picked up his first sack of 2020, and he referred to this matchup as a “stat game”, implying that the Giants had such a decrepit offensive line that the Bears could look to pad their stats. Khalil Mack on the sideline early in the Giants game to teammates: "This is a stat-game, fellas". Knew they were gonna have a day vs the Giants OL. — Sam Monson (@PFF_Sam) September 24, 2020 Khalil Mack showed the major flaw that...
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