4 things we learned about the Bears on Monday at Halas Hall, including updates on Trey Burton’s and Bilal Nich
Bears coach Matt Nagy addressed the media Monday at Halas Hall after reviewing film of Sunday’s 16-14 victory over the Broncos. Here are four things we learned. 1. Sunday’s result put a fresh coat of over
The Bears escaped Week 2 with a narrow win over the Broncos, but they still have legitimate concerns on the offensive side of the ball that raise questions about how far this team can really go. For an
5 observations from rewatching the Bears’ Week 2 win over the Broncos, including the stifled downfield passing game and defense’s
The Bears’ wild 16-14 win over the Broncos in Week 2 kept their season on track. They know they have a lot to fix on offense, but they’ll work on that this week with smiles and energy because they’re instead
Trailing 14-13 and facing a 4th-and-10 late in Sunday’s game against the Broncos, Bears quarterback Mitch Trubisky connected with a wide receiver who was tackled as time expired. Game over, right? Officials
The biggest concern for the Chicago Bears heading into the 2019 season was kicker. With the game on the line with one second left, Eddy Pineiro came up clutch where his predecessor Cody Parkey could not.
Matt Nagy stepped to the lectern still trying to process that absolutely mad finish. A season-saving sequence that that defied reason, expectation and maybe even time itself. Yes, it was ugly. Yes, it