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  • Biggs' 10 thoughts after Bears beat Giants

    Biggs' 10 thoughts after Bears beat Giants
    Ten thoughts after the Chicago Bears held on for a 27-21 victory over the New York Giants Thursday at Soldier Field, improving them to 4-2 on the season. 1. The arrival of the Giants represented an opportunity for the Bears to get the dormant pass...
  • Marshall could exploit open field chances

    Marshall could exploit open field chances
    Jay Cutler will have opportunities Thursday night at Soldier Field to attack a Giants defense that has been shredded through the first five weeks of the season with vertical concepts that open up underneath throwing lanes. As shown here, the Bears...
  • Haugh: Marshall's next statements should be toward good of team

    Haugh: Marshall's next statements should be toward good of team
    Anybody with a heart can respect the way Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall consistently uses his star power to promote the cause of mental health. The latest example came Tuesday at Halas Hall when Marshall, afflicted with borderline personality...
  • Fantasy Fix: Bears-Giants gold mine

    Fantasy Fix: Bears-Giants gold mine
    The Bears host the Giants on Thursday in what should be a great game. And it should be a track meet, as the Bears are beaten up on defense and the Giants defense has been nonexistent. Which means both teams could have fantasy game changers. Jay Cutler,...
  • Saints show Bears how it's done

    Saints show Bears how it's done
    On the first play of the Bears' 26-18 loss Sunday to the Saints, running back Matt Forte let a soft toss slither through his fingers for a 10-yard loss. It set the perfect tone for a day defined by the Bears dropping the ball, literally and...
  • These aren't the Bears we know

    These aren't the Bears we know
    I was sitting at the Blue Line Bar watching the Bears eek out a loss to New Orleans when two Bears veterans made horrible plays. People were rolling off the train and lining up to watch Cutler and the offense march and march and march. The Bears were...
  • Bears should have opportunity in red zone

    Bears should have opportunity in red zone
    When quarterback Jay Cutler and the Bears move the ball into the red zone Sunday against the Saints, they should prep for some combination man looks (bracket coverage) from Rob Ryan's defense. Using the All-22 coaches film, let's breakdown how Falcons...
  • Bears can target Jeffery against Vikings' Cover-2

    Bears can target Jeffery against Vikings' Cover-2
    As the Bears prepare for the Vikings on Sunday at Soldier Field, Jay Cutler and the offense should expect to see plenty of Cover-2 looks from Leslie Frazier's club. Using the All-22 coaches tape from the Week 1 victory over the Bengals, let's examine...
  • Cutler will have to be on alert

     Cutler will have to be on alert
    Jay Cutler and the Bears offense should expect multiple fronts and creative blitz schemes from Dick LeBeau's Steelers defense. It's a unit that will disguise and roll coverage while using zone pressures to attack the quarterback. As shown here, the...
  • Acting like a pro has been a plus for Cutler

    Acting like a pro has been a plus for Cutler
    Killing the fun notion that the Bears had hired a football facsimile of life coach Tony Robbins, Jay Cutler kidded that Marc Trestman has yet to ask him to fall blindly backward to prove he would catch the quarterback. "He hasn't said, 'Hey, this is a...
  • Emery should've dialed down volume on Marshall

    Emery should've dialed down volume on Marshall
    Phil Emery went on and on about Brandon Marshall on Labor Day, and I believe he’s still talking. The Bears general manager said his Pro Bowl wide receiver is a better player than he was during his record-setting 2012. More dynamic, Emery said....
  • Bears may need quick passing game

    Bears may need quick passing game
    The Bears offense under Marc Trestman could have to lean on basic West Coast passing concepts Sunday at Soldier Field to minimize the talented Bengals defensive line. Think of three-step routes for Jay Cutler to get the ball out with a quick read...