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Robbie Gould

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  • The bigger Cutler question for Trestman

    The bigger Cutler question for Trestman
    Marc Trestman sounded optimistic that Jay Cutler would start Sunday.  One question, of course, is whether Cutler would finish the game. The doctors cleared Cutler to practice at full speed and Trestman planned to put him through a full-speed workout...
  • All you can eat at Bears' bad-and-stupid buffet

    All you can eat at Bears' bad-and-stupid buffet
    Bad and stupid is no way to go through the NFL. However, those are good reasons the Bears have fallen to 6-6 and seemingly had their season ended after a 23-20 overtime loss to the Vikings. The Bears always have depended upon the stupidity and...
  • Bears take advantage of Rodgers injury for 27-20 victory

    Bears take advantage of Rodgers injury for 27-20 victory
    GREEN BAY — Bears quarterback Jay Cutler spent Monday night at Lambeau Field stuck on the sideline, a torn groin rendering him inactive — for at least one game. Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers disappeared after one series, his left...
  • Biggs' 10 thoughts after Bears beat Giants

    Biggs' 10 thoughts after Bears beat Giants
    Ten thoughts after the Chicago Bears held on for a 27-21 victory over the New York Giants Thursday at Soldier Field, improving them to 4-2 on the season. 1. The arrival of the Giants represented an opportunity for the Bears to get the dormant pass...
  • Full-metal Jay

    Full-metal Jay
    This season always has been about Jay Cutler. Sunday’s game against the Browns certainly was all about Cutler. Especially about Cutler. After missing four games because of injuries and then regaining his starting position after Josh McCown&...
  • Bears let victory slip away

    Bears let victory slip away
    MINNEAPOLIS — Blank stares. Hard swallows. Heads shaking, bobblehead style, side to side in utter disbelief. Misery engulfed the visiting locker room Sunday at the Metrodome. After a long and emotionally draining game that required overtime to...
  • Where Bears roam free

     Where Bears roam free
    BOURBONNAIS, Ill. — Twelve years ago, the Chicago Bears staged a statewide hunt for their new summer home. They traveled to Charleston, site of Eastern Illinois University, to meet with the mayor. They drove five hours south to Carbondale to check...
  • Special teams: A future without Devin Hester?

     Special teams: A future without Devin Hester?
    Expiring contracts: Devin Hester, Patrick Mannelly, Blake Costanzo, Anthony Walters, Derrick Martin, Sherrick McManis Hot topic: Hester, one touchdown away from setting an NFL record for all returns, wants to break that mark and wants to do so as a...
  • How to fix the Bears defense

    How to fix the Bears defense
    Welp, the Bears paid Jay Cutler. Paid him like they landed on Boardwalk with three hotels and a Risk ten-army on top. (You make some rules changes to get through Chicago winters.) And whether or not you agree they overpaid for No. 6, all Bears fans can...
  • Cutler, Marshall connect in Bears' 33-28 win over Chargers

    Cutler, Marshall connect in Bears' 33-28 win over Chargers
    Jay Cutler was reunited with Brandon Marshall on Thursday night and the pair connected on four passes and a touchdown in the first half of the Bears' 33-28 preseason victory over the Chargers at Soldier Field. The best-laid plans to spread the ball...
  • Bears dominate Raiders in first half of win

    Bears dominate Raiders in first half of win
    OAKLAND — The Bears’ most significant dress rehearsal for the regular season was encouraging as the first-team offense moved the ball efficiently and the starting defense was its usual dominant unit Friday night. In the third exhibition of...
  • Gould's got legs--and knows how to use them

    Gould's got legs--and knows how to use them
    It's easy to forget this now, but in October 2005, Robbie Gould was an unknown solution to a known problem. Veteran kicker Doug Brien had missed three of four kicks and injured his back, and the Bears held a tryout for his replacement. Emerging from the...