From Chicityassassin on Twitter
I'm receiving a lot of emails and tweets from fans wondering when the Bears will play rookie linebacker Jon Bostic on defense. The bottom line is that his time will come. Right now, the Bears coaching staff feels that playing experienced veteran
From Cdcorky on Twitter
The reason that Michael Bush was only on the field for two plays last Sunday in Detroit mostly had to do with the fact that the Bears were down big for the final two-and-a-half quarters and virtually had to pass the ball the majority of the time. Coach Marc Trestman described the second half as a 30-minute two-minute drill, and
What are the Bears going to do differently against the Saints than they did in Detroit?
From Tim C. on Twitter
One thing they're determined to do better is hold onto the ball. The Bears are 32-7 since 2008 when they win the turnover battle, and it was clear last Sunday in Detroit how big of a role that plays when the Lions converted four Bears turnovers into 17 points in a 40-32 win. This week in practice the Bears have focused on protecting the ball and working on their fundamentals in an effort to avoid turnovers against the Saints.