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Tribune staff reporterUsually it is the losing team that is fuming about officiating. Not Sunday. The steam was coming from the Bears, who felt like they needed to overcome more than just the Atlanta Falcons for their 14-13 victory. The Bears were flagged five times for...
Tribune staff reporterFor the second straight week it truly mattered not whether the Bears won or lost their exhibition game. It mattered only how they played--and this time they played it well where it mattered most. The final score was Bears 19, St. Louis Rams 17 in front...
Tags: Kurt Warner, Chris Chandler, Football, Marshall Faulk, Dez White
Tribune staff reporterThe Bears spent Monday much the same way they did the previous two Mondaysassessing injuries, contemplating personnel moves and getting ready for the next game. Except without the glow of a victory. With local angst rising, the Bears were left to...
Tribune staff reporterThe Bears' injury nightmare deepened Monday night when left guard Rex Tucker was carted off the field in the third quarter with a dislocated ankle. Tucker, a Pro Bowl alternate last season, could be lost for the season. Tucker signed a six-year...
Tribune staff reporterIt was not the kind of unveiling the Bears were seeking. After a 13-3 season in 2001, the Bears bumbled through a less-than-auspicious start to what they believe should be a Super Bowl season, losing 27-3 Saturday night to the Denver Broncos in their...
Tribune staff reporterQ Who will start at quarterback next Sunday against the VikingsChris Chandler or Jim Miller? A Difficult to say this early in the week, but Miller is counting on returning if the tendinitis in his shoulder continues to subside. Chandler completed 16-of-...
Tribune staff reporterThe debris, including at least one bottle aimed at an official, had barely settled on the field when John Shoop jogged into the dressing room under his own assault from above. "Shoop, you [stink]," his detractors yelled as the Bears' offensive...
ChicagoSports.comWelcome to ChicagoSports.com and a chance to share the Bears game with us. There are a couple of changes this week. One is that we finally came up with something to call this thing: 'Bear' with us. Here's what we mean by 'Bear': To worry about the...
Tribune staff reporterThe Football Doctor finally wrote the Bears a prescription for a win Sunday: Take two aspirin and call me in the Mornhinweg. With Detroit Lions coach Marty Mornhinweg providing opportunities to get healthy after eight straight losses, the Bears avenged...
Tags: Chris Chandler, Ahmad Merritt, Football, Dez White, Olin Kreutz
Tribune staff reporterAt one point Sunday, Henry Burris was caught on camera throwing a pass with his eyes closed, an expression of apparent fear in the face of the oncoming rush. But what Burris could not see still hurt him as the Bears quarterback, thrust into his most...
Tribune staff reporterDez White posted the first two-touchdown game of his three-year career Sunday and did it with a little bit of schoolyard flair. White's 76-yard touchdown pass from Chris Chandler on the game's second play was little more than a "run-and-get-open play,...
Tags: Chris Chandler, Football, Ahmad Merritt, Dez White, Dick Butkus
Tribune staff reporterLeon Johnson insists he would do nothing to fuel a running back controversy on the Bears, and he's being at least half-truthful. It is indeed hard to imagine the aw-shucks fifth-year man out of North Carolina generating any serious competition for the...
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