When the Bears face coach Bill Belichick and the New England Patriots Sunday at Gillette Stadium, they’ll be challenged by the NFL’s top-ranked pass defense.
Jay Cutler understands Brandon Marshall and the frustration that led to the receiver's post-game rant last Sunday. Said Cutler: "Brandon wants to win. He wants to see this team do as well as possible."
Behind quarterback Tom Brady, the New England offense is still one of the league's best, despite several changes in personnel and scheme.
Healthy again after missing three games with a concussion he suffered in a Week 2 win over the 49ers, Bears defensive tackle Jeremiah Ratliff is emerging as a disruptive force.
Contrary to the views expressed by some outside Halas Hall this week, veteran defensive end Jared Allen doesn’t believe that the Bears lack leadership in their locker room.
The Bears defense will face a difficult challenge Sunday in New England against a potent Patriots offense that's led by future Hall of Famer Tom Brady.
Tom Brady is dominant in October, is great at home and has never lost to the Bears, making this week's matchup with the Patriots extra challenging.
From teaching new players schemes in a matter of days to adjusting to the weather, special teams coordinator Joe DeCamillis puts in a lot of work to make his unit successful.
Three days after their disappointing loss to the Miami Dolphins, the Bears return to the practice field Wednesday to prepare for Sunday’s road game against the New England Patriots.
Senior writer Larry Mayer discusses why the Bears threw deep on third-and-one against the Dolphins, if Jordan Mills is in jeopardy of losing his starting job and a fake punt return the Rams borrowed from the Bears.
Senior writer Larry Mayer discusses if receiver Marquess Wilson is on schedule to return after the bye week, if Brock Vereen has moved ahead of Danny McCray on the depth chart and whether Chris Conte is in jeopardy of losing his starting job.
Senior writer Larry Mayer discusses two blindside-block penalties the Bears were assessed against the Panthers, Carolina's punt return TD and the last time the Bears were 2-3.
Senior writer Larry Mayer discusses whether Sherrick McManis will compete at the nickel back position, if Roberto Garza and Matt Slauson are assured of regaining their starting jobs and why the Bears lined up in the shotgun at the 1-yard line against the Packers.
Senior writer Larry Mayer discusses why the Bears didn't employ more blitzes against the Packers, if Sunday's game was the first in Bears history without a punt and the last time the Bears opened a season 2-0 on the road and 0-2 at home.
Senior writer Larry Mayer discusses the improvement of the Bears defense, Matt Forte as a runner and receiver and who holds the Bears rookie record for interceptions.
Senior writer Larry Mayer discusses where Sunday night's win over the 49ers ranks among Bears comeback victories, how a San Francisco penalty resulted in first-and-one and Kyle Fuller's college stats.
Senior writer Larry Mayer discusses why linebacker Khaseem Greene wasn't active against the Bills, the arrival of safety Ahmad Dixon and whether Robbie Gould is still the third most accurate kicker in NFL history.
Senior writer Larry Mayer discusses why the Bears called a pass play on third-and-one late in Sunday's loss to the Bills, if there was a mix-up with Santonio Holmes on that same play and the latest injury news.