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Mike Martz

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  • On your Martz, get set, go!

    The Choice (and remember, death is not an option): Mike Martz’s end-around to Dane Sanzenbacher with the game still in doubt or Mike Martz’s bootleg for Jay Cutler with the game already decided? But wait, other than those two curious calls, I...
  • Bears get little right in loss to Packers

    Bears get little right in loss to Packers
    If the Bears were looking for something to hang their hats on Sunday, the Packers locker room was full of players saying the 89-yard punt return for a touchdown by Johnny Knox was the greatest play they've ever witnessed. Too bad a holding penalty...
  • What's worse than Bears wideouts? Their coach's pity party

    I have an answer for Darryl Drake: Because we’re tired of being served dung and then told it’s dinner. This is not “Jeopardy!’’ This is not about giving an answer and then getting to the question. Because Drake did not ask a...
  • Offense anemic as Bears fall to Chiefs

    Offense anemic as Bears fall to Chiefs
    A report before Sunday's game said Mike Martz will not return next season as the Bears offensive coordinator. If a painfully bad 10-3 loss to the Chiefs at Soldier Field weighs in the final decision, perhaps he won't. But what matters now is the Bears'...
  • Wanted: A GM who doesn't want to be a real GM

    Wanted: A GM who doesn't want to be a real GM
    The Bears should’ve made their fans happy with the firing of general manager Jerry Angelo on Tuesday. He made a spectacular move in trading for Jay Cutler, then failed to surround him with the tools needed to make him the franchise quarterback that...
  • Bears' Emery makes statement

    Bears' Emery makes statement
    I doubt anybody describes Bears general manager Phil Emery as dull today. This is how a new GM gets his point across clearly, by pulling off the type of trade that drops jaws and potentially changes the balance of power in the NFC. This is when you can...
  • Cutler delivered the way a leader does

    Cutler delivered the way a leader does
    Jay Cutler wasn't particularly sharp as a passer against Philadelphia on Monday night. But Jay Cutler was particularly brilliant when it came to being a quarterback. Being a leader. Being a winner. Yeah, Cutler underthrew some deep passes. But when it...
  • Bears make opening statement with rout of Falcons

    Bears make opening statement with rout of Falcons
    The Bears didn't just announce to doubters they're to be taken seriously in the NFC this season. They screamed it. A 30-12 dismantling of the Falcons in the season opener Sunday at Soldier Field was as much an affirmation as it was a victory. They took...
  • Time to hear from the Bears' latest McChairman

    Time to hear from the Bears' latest McChairman
    If ever there was a time for George McCaskey to let everyone know who’s in charge of the Bears, this would seem to be it. If ever there was a time for the rookie chairman to make clear what his expectations are and how quickly he wants them met,...
  • A vote for giving the Bears more help

    The NFL’s competition committee had an idea that the Bears should like but don’t. The committee recommended increasing offseason rosters from 80 players to 90 as a way of developing more talent. Nothing wrong with that, right? A chance to...
  • Cutler sees what Lovie misses

    Cutler sees what Lovie misses
    Jay Cutler apparently is fed up with being run down. And thrown down. And beaten down and beaten up. And if the Bears quarterback had to pants his head coach to make things better, then fine, Cutler will offer cold-eyed honesty that ought to embarrass...
  • Bears' season all but over

    Bears' season all but over
    A week after being Tebowed, the Bears managed to get T-Jacked with their fragile season hanging in the balance. Minus quarterback Jay Cutler and running back Matt Forte, the Bears admitted their defense needed to step up and carry them. Brian Urlacher...