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  • Watch this: Cutler to Marshall

    Watch this: Cutler to Marshall
    I know that the first exhibition game doesn’t mean much to the starters because, as Tribune football columnist Matt Bowen writes, that first game is about basics. Yes. Well. Fine. But not for me. I don’t care about footwork. I want fireworks....
  • Bears big problem isn't Urlacher's injury

    Bears big problem isn't Urlacher's injury
    Stephen Paea is injured. Of course he is. It’s what he does, occasionally finding a spasm of health and talent to rush the passer. Paea had a bad knee last season, then underwent arthroscopic surgery and looked like a player during the early...
  • So much good stuff, and then there are the Bears safeties

    So much good stuff, and then there are the Bears safeties
    The Bears’ passing game? Just like big-boy offenses. The Bears’ running game? Looks like third-and-1 is no longer their version of clown college. The Bears’ pass rush? Look at you, Israel Idonije, finally racking up sacks the way...
  • Biggs: 10 thoughts on Bears' exhibition opener

    Biggs: 10 thoughts on Bears' exhibition opener
    Ten things to take away from the Chicago Bears' 31-3 loss to the Denver Broncos in their preseason opener: 1. No one game plans for the opening preseason game and starters don’t play into the fourth quarter in the first exhibition. But maybe nobody...
  • Dan Pompei's Bears mailbag

    Dan Pompei's Bears mailbag
    Dan, do you see Marc Trestman replacing Johnny Knox with another speedy receiver in the draft? I really believe that he was a major missing piece of their offense since his catastrophic injury. I just don't think Trestman will find another one in free...
  • By not saying much, Bears coaches say a lot about Cutler

    By not saying much, Bears coaches say a lot about Cutler
    Maybe it’s just me, but members of the Chicago Bears new coaching staff sound like they don’t have a clue. Based on what they’ve said publicly, at least. Which is virtually nothing. Starting with new coach Marc Trestman and going...
  • Bears' offense is light years from what I saw last weekend

    Bears' offense is light years from what I saw last weekend
    You know what happened last weekend? Quarterbacking happened, that’s what. Offense happened. Points happened. You know what else happened? Yet another example of how far the Bears' offense is from being championship-worthy, that’s...
  • Not that Phil Emery cares, but ...

    Not that Phil Emery cares, but ...
    Did Jimmy Johnson tweet anything else today? Hey, don’t laugh. There’s more information about the Bears coaching search coming off a houseboat in Miami than from the offices in Lake Forest. But until we see white smoke coming out of...
  • In trying to support Hester, Drake indicts him

    In trying to support Hester, Drake indicts him
    I don’t think Darryl Drake meant to expose Devin Hester as mentally and emotionally weak, but the former Chicago Bears wide receivers coach just gave the Bears' fake wide receiver something else to mope about. “The thing about Devin is,...
  • Big-talkin' Marshall didn't talk big enough

    Big-talkin' Marshall didn't talk big enough
    After another miserable performance against the Packers on Sunday, Brandon Marshall said everyone on offense must be accountable, “even if that means jobs.’’ A day after his team lost for the fifth time in six games, Bears coach...
  • There's no crying in football

    There's no crying in football
    So, let me get this right: The Bears are supposed to follow a guy reduced to tears? The Bears, I’m talking. The Chicago Bears. You remember them: They used to be tough. Now, after yet another loss to a better team and a better organization, they...
  • Bears defense unable to hold off Seahawks

    Bears defense unable to hold off Seahawks
    You can question the decision by Lovie Smith to go for it on fourth-and-1 in the second quarter and pass on a field goal, something the coach did himself. But following the collapse Sunday afternoon at Soldier Field in a 23-17 overtime loss to the...