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  • Why Tice sounds crazy

    Why Tice sounds crazy
    J’Marcus Webb has yet to play 16 NFL games. He’s the Bears’ starting left offensive tackle. Chris Williams has played enough games for me to think he’s a bust. He’s the Bears’ starting left guard. Roberto Garza has...
  • Woodson creates problems for Vikings

     Woodson creates problems for Vikings
    With defensive back Charles Woodson returning from injury, the Packers will have opportunities to pressure Vikings quarterback Christian Ponder on Saturday night in their NFC wild-card game. Think of zone blitz schemes that force the young quarterback...
  • Offensive line lets Chicago Bears down

     Offensive line lets Chicago Bears down
    GREEN BAY — It's one thing to block the Colts, without Dwight Freeney and with the comforts of playing at home. It's quite another to block the Packers, with Clay Matthews and the thunder that some 70,000 lathered-up Cheesies can create. The...
  • Bears honeymoon over

    Bears honeymoon over
    We have nine days to debate if the Bears offense can be as bad as Thursday night's debacle in Green Bay would lead one to believe. I'm going with yes, it can. For the record, I've not been pushing Lake Forest propaganda. Of the nine-man Tribune...
  • Cutler usually rebounds well from poor games

     Cutler usually rebounds well from poor games
    The Jay Cutler-J'Marcus Webb controversy may wind up being a bigger problem for the Rams than it has been for the Bears. The key figures involved in last Thursday night's incident, celebrity quarterback Cutler and social media butterfly Webb, always...
  • Pessimism not rush to judgment

    Pessimism not rush to judgment
    It would be snobbish — not to mention cowardly — if I suggested we all park our opinions of the Bears and the NFL until there's more evidence to evaluate in a few weeks. But pessimism over the 1-1 Bears is not a rush to judgment, a knee-jerk...
  • Smith's tenure at crossroads

     Smith's tenure at crossroads
    Suspense surrounded Halas Hall last year over who would take the fall for the Bears squandering a 7-3 start and missing the playoffs. Who besides Mike Martz, that is, because in retrospect we practically blamed Martz for everything from causing too many...
  • No silver lining for Bears

    No silver lining for Bears
    The 49ers defeated the Bears every way a team can be beaten Monday night — power, speed and thought. Almost no one on the team did his job well enough for the Bears to win. Three aspects of the 49ers' victory stood out upon closer inspection....
  • Stunning playoff loss fuels 2012 drive

    Stunning playoff loss fuels 2012 drive
    GREEN BAY, Wis.—After a season in which 15 opponents were vanquished, some NFL teams might become self-congratulatory. Big headed, even. There has been none of that in Green Bay, however. In fact, the talk in cheese country is all about...
  • Bears offense suffering identity crisis

    Bears offense suffering identity crisis
    In retrospect the question was more rhetorical than anything, a reaction that popped into my head late Monday night as Lovie Smith tried processing the punishment the 49ers had just inflicted on the Bears. What makes you think the offensive line will...
  • McClellin looks like he was made to play for Bears

    McClellin looks like he was made to play for Bears
    Shea McClellin wasn't born wearing shoulder pads, but he plays like it. That's why the Bears general manager Phil Emery made him his first draft pick ahead of Whitney Mercilus, Nick Perry, Chandler Jones, Courtney Upshaw or any other defensive end who...
  • Bears' Cutler showing leadership

    Bears' Cutler showing leadership
    When the quarterback talks in the NFL, the rest of the locker room should listen up. Like it or not, they are natural leaders in the pro game because of the position. And when they raise the bar, as Jay Cutler did with his offensive line earlier this...