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  • Who will be the next big-time college coach to leave for NFL?

     
    Writers from around the Tribune Co. discuss which college football coaches might jump to the NFL....
  • Big mouth, little production -- WIlliams just doesn't get it

    Big mouth, little production -- WIlliams just doesn't get it
    Muhsin Muhammad said famously that Chicago was where wide receivers go to die. Tribune Bears beat monster Brad Biggs brought up that line in this piece about Roy Williams, who is the first Bears receiver to be presented as a No. 1 guy since Muhammad....
  • Question of the day: Who will be the first NFL coach fired this season? [Updated]

     
    Reporters from around Tribune Co. weigh in on the topic. Check back throughout the day for more responses and feel free to leave a comment of your own. Sam Farmer, Los Angeles Times With all the labor uncertainty and the......
  • Question of the day: Which NFL team will be the last to lose a game?

     
    Writers from around the Tribune Co. weigh in on the topic. Check back throughout the day for more responses and feel free to leave a comment of your own. Steve Svekis, South Florida Sun Sentinel The only team that we......
  • Tiger let me down, too, and other reflections on the year that was

     
    My worst prediction for 2010 was, and I quote, "A highly focused Tiger Woods will win at least seven PGA tournaments." As it happened, a highly erratic Tiger Woods won zero tournaments this year. I also predicted that former Bolingbrook......
  • Could you ever root for your rival?

     
    I'll root for the Packers in the Super Bowl if, God forbid, they should somehow beat the Bears Sunday afternoon. This sentiment horrifies and disgusts many Bears fans, I realize. But it's based on two factors: Respect: To be a......
  • Jay Cutler's controversial injury is a sprained knee ligament, coach says

     
    Chicago quarterback Jay Cutler sprained a knee ligament during Sunday's NFC championship game and would have been questionable had the Bears advanced to the Super Bowl, Coach Lovie Smith said Monday. Smith said Cutler sprained a medial collateral ligament...
  • Kobe Bryant finds criticism of Bears quarterback Jay Cutler unfair

     
    Sitting at his locker, Lakers guard Kobe Bryant held court with a handful of reporters in a joyful mood that captured the Lakers' 120-91 victory Tuesday over the Utah Jazz. Informed that he has shot at least 50% in the past seven games, Bryant deadpanned,...
  • Bears don't run, can't hide from problems

    Bears don't run, can't hide from problems
    A week after their biggest rushing effort in two decades, the Bears got back to who they are: A dysfunctional mess on offense. Jay Cutler isn't throwing interceptions at an alarming rate, but otherwise a case can be constructed the Bears offense was...
  • Dysfunctional Bears self-destruct

    Dysfunctional Bears self-destruct
    One can only wonder if Mike Shanahan recognized the Jay Cutler he developed into a Pro Bowl player with the Broncos by age 25, or did he just see the remains of what the Bears have ruined. This sure isn't what anyone expected as the dysfunctional Bears'...
  • Bears hold off Bills

    Bears hold off Bills
    TORONTO — The Bears hit the halfway point of the season Sunday and they're not looking back, not even for a brief glance. They made enough plays in front of a pro-Bears crowd of 50,746 at the Rogers Centre to stave off the winless Bills 22-19. Now,...
  • Win sets up a seven-week race

    Win sets up a seven-week race
    Lovie Smith didn't make small talk about Sunday's meeting with the Minnesota Vikings when he called it the biggest game in these parts in some time. He was all-in, and you got the sense Smith was putting the future of a make-or-break season on a Week...