Julius Peppers: How the Chicago Bears Misused Their Star and What His Future Holds

By now, most NFL fans have heard how historically bad the Chicago Bears’ defense was in 2013. They were terrible against the run and could not pressure the quarterback, ranking worst in the league both sacks and rushing yards allowed. For both of … [Read more...]

Predicting the Final 53: Chicago Bears’ Defense and Special Teams

As the final deadline for roster cuts looms, NFL teams across the country make some very difficult roster decisions. Teams will release players that they do not want to lose but just do not have room for. Some players are kept on practice squads, … [Read more...]

Two Extremes: Best and Worst Case Scenarios for the 2013 Chicago Bears

The NFL is a league of extremes. Fans think either someone is really good, or they are really bad. There is very little in between anymore. If a player messes up, he immediately becomes the worst player in the league at his position and even the … [Read more...]

Training Camp: 5 Things to Watch as the Chicago Bears Head to Bourbonnais

Training camp is a wonderful time of year. It is the closest thing to real football that fans have had since the Super Bowl. Offseason minicamps just do not bring the same intensity without the pads. Training camp lets the linemen suit up and really … [Read more...]

Depth Perception: How Phil Emery Has Strengthened the Chicago Bears From its Core

Depth is one of the most important facets of a strong NFL team. It is one of the things that separates the good teams from the great ones. All of the top teams have great players that start, but the backups and the bench-warmers are what makes a team … [Read more...]

Chicago Bears: What they must do to contend for a Super Bowl in 2013

It is rare for any head coach to take his team to the Super Bowl, let alone a first-year coach. The Bears were playoff contenders almost every year under Lovie Smith, but they were only able to reach the Super Bowl once, losing to the Indianapolis … [Read more...]