| Dec 27, 2007
| 4:39 PM
Kyle Orton . . . gunslinger?
Drew Brees used that word to describe his successor at Purdue, where quarterbacks practically are issued a holster and ammo clip with their playbooks.
But in the NFL, the Bears have yet to equip Orton with any schematic...
| Oct 5, 2009
The Bears were outgained and shown up by a rookie hotshot quarterback. Their offense was atrocious on third downs, and they lost their two best wide receivers to injuries in the course of the game.
But this one will feel good, really good, for every...
| Nov 13, 2009
SAN FRANCISCO -- Lovie Smith plugged up the hole that was leaking points, but he didn't have enough fingers to plug the hole that starting leaking interceptions. And the hole that starting leaking penalty yardage.
And so the Bears ended up all wet again....
| Dec 14, 2009
Bears nose tackle Marcus Harrison slumped by his locker, pulled his baseball cap down almost over his eyes, then mumbled under his breath when asked about Packers running back Ryan Grant's 62-yard touchdown sprint Sunday.
"Their bread-and-butter play...
| Aug 31, 2009
DENVER -- This game wasn't about the Bears versus the Broncos as much as it was about Jay Cutler versus everything he no longer wanted to be a part of.
Cutler had his way Sunday night, just as he did last April when he forced the Broncos to trade him...
| Sep 4, 2009
On a clear Thursday night, the moon was full over Soldier Field. But the stars were all but impossible to find.
The objective of the fourth exhibition game was to avoid injuries, so none of the big names even broke a sweat.
The objective, however...
| Jan 4, 2010
DETROIT -- While Lovie Smith dodged direct questions about his future Sunday after the Bears' 37-23 victory over the Lions, defensive tackle Tommie Harris didn't mince any words about possible coaching changes.
Sitting in the corner of the locker room,...