Senior writer Larry Mayer identifies three things that stand out about the Bears' 2017 schedule, including a difficult stretch to start the season.
One day later, senior writer Larry Mayer discusses three things that stood out in the Bears' 41-21 loss to the Washington Redskins Saturday at Soldier Field.
Watching tape of Sunday's snowy 26-6 win over the 49ers, Bears coach John Fox saw a dominant performance by veteran defensive end Akiem Hicks.
Watching tape of Monday night's win over the Vikings, Bears coach John Fox liked what he saw from outside linebackers Pernell McPhee and Leonard Floyd.
Given what transpired Sunday at Soldier Field, you won't hear Bears coach John Fox complain about having to turn the page quickly to Thursday night's road game against the Packers.
One day after the Bears fell to the Colts 29-23 in Indianapolis, coach John Fox fielded several questions about the team's quarterback situation during his Monday press conference.
Watching tape of Sunday's 17-14 win over the Detroit Lions, Bears coach John Fox saw his team play with the most tenacity it has displayed all season.
After watching tape of Sunday night's loss in Dallas, coach John Fox discussed the Bears' inability to put a complete game together during the first three weeks of the season.
After studying tape of Sunday's season-opening loss to the Texans, coach John Fox said he felt the Bears are "really close" but still have a lot of work to do.
Looking back at the recent interview with Bears general manager Ryan Pace on ChicagoBears.com, senior writer Larry Mayer identifies four things that stood out.
Bears coach John Fox was impressed with how quarterback Jay Cutler performed in Sunday's 26-21 win over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, but that's nothing new.
Coach John Fox on Monday discussed the disappointment associated with the Bears' current three-game losing streak and some of the main reasons for the skid.
Tight end Zach Miller provided a bright spot in Sunday's loss to the Redskins, catching five passes for 85 yards and one touchdown.
One day after their disappointing overtime loss to the 49ers, coach John Fox vowed that the Bears would rebound as they enter the final four games of the season.
Most NFL games seemingly are decided by a handful of plays, and the Bears' thrilling 17-13 win over the Green Bay Packers Thanksgiving night was no exception.