The Chicago Bears and general manager Phil Emery are conjuring up images of the disaster that was the Jerry Angelo era. Both the Matt Forte situation and Brandon Marshall trade prove the Bears are back to their idiotic ways, which we fully endorse.
The Chicago Bears made the bold move of trading for receiver Brandon Marshall. Oh, by the way, he may have punched some broad in the face last Sunday. Smooth move Chicago. Here’s the rundown.
The Chicago Bears are relevant again. Chicago traded two third-round picks to Miami for receiver Brandon Marshall, addressing one of their weakest positions and reuniting one of the best quarterback/receiver combos in the NFL.
After years of employing a buffoon as a general manager, the new Chicago Bears front office might actually attempt to make the team better this offseason. That plan reportedly starts with receiver Vincent Jackson.
Chicago Bears general manager Jerry Angelo has been canned and offensive coordinator Mike Martz has resigned. Coach Lovie Smith will get to keep his job, but the times they are a changin’ in Chicago.
Here’s one last look at the Green Bay Packers victory over the Chicago Bears to clinch the No. 1 seed. We break down the tape and look at the key plays, how they happened, who made them work or who screwed them up.
The Green Bay Packers thrashed the Chicago Bears Sunday night and in turn knocked them out of the playoffs picture entirely. Here’s how we saw the beating.
The Chicago Bears will trot out Josh McCown at quarterback on Sunday when the team faces the Green Bay Packers. We’re pretty sure this will go well.
In light of the revelation that law enforcement officials have a list in the double digits of NFL players who were clients of Chicago Bears receiver Sam Hurd, we wonder: Which Packers are on drugs?
It’s been a while, but the Chicago Bears reminded us who they are. Receiver Sam Hurd was arrested Wednesday for allegedly running a high-volume drug operation. Federal agents were tracking the receiver’s movements for some time. Here’s the (hilarious) story.
The Green Bay Packers could face Jay Cutler when they take on the Chicago Bears in two weeks. The injured quarterback left the door open for a possible return, which would make the Packers quest for an undefeated season a little tougher.
A source close to Brett Favre says he’s listen to the Chicago Bears want him to play. The Bears seem more likely to stick with the quarterbacks they have in house, though.
The Denver Broncos released quarterback Kyle Orton and he may be the answer to the question: who will replace the injured Jay Cutler in Chicago? Here’s why it makes sense and why it still might not happen.
Chicago Bears defensive tackle Anthony Adams ran into a Green Bay Packers fan at a recent visit to a children’s hospital. What did he do? Take a look for yourself.
The Chicago Bears will be without starting quarterback Jay Cutler for, potentially, the rest of the season with a broken thumb. Meanwhile, the Bears are fighting for a playoff spot. Does this mean their finished? We’re not so sure.
Glenn Timmerman has taken being a douchy Chicago Bears fan to a new level of douchiness. We’re not even kidding. This guy’s a real asshole. Take a look for yourself.
Michael Wilbon likes the idea of the Chicago Bears signing free agent receiver Terrell Owens. Here’s why it makes sense, why it doesn’t and how it could affect the NFC North.
Frustrations are starting to boil over in Chicago, where the Bears are solidly mediocre. Jay Cutler doesn’t like Mike Martz, the local media doesn’t like Cutler and Lance Briggs doesn’t like management. Implosion forthcoming?
We’re not fans of the Chicago Bears, but we do know this — their general manager, Jerry Angelo, is one of the biggest buffoons in the league and we have no idea how he still has a job. Others are finally starting to wonder the same thing.
After slogging through the tape, we’re back with the breakdown of the Green Bay Packers win over the Chicago Bears. Here are all the important moments, what happened and why.