Glennon was a questionable free-agent signing in the first place, and fate has tied one hand behind his back.
On paper, the Steelers vs. Bears matchup on Sunday looks like a gimme.
The Chicago Sun-Times’ experts offer their predictions for the Bears’ matchup against the Steelers in Week 3.
In Chicago, he’s known as the $18.5 million placeholder. In Pittsburgh, he’s commonly referred to as the “Steelers Killer.”
Will the Bears consider playing rookie Mitch Trubisky at all?
Or, is it Trubisky’s chance yet?
Whether Fox wants to acknowledge it or not, the Bears set the bar pretty high for Glennon.
Mike Glennon will remain the starting quarterback Sunday against the Steelers, coach John Fox said Monday.
Some thoughts and observations after watching the film and going through the stats.
Their 20 rushing yards Sunday was their lowest since Marc Trestman’s infamous pass-happy Thanksgiving loss to the Lions in 2014, when the Bears had 13
Patrick Finley is joined by the Chicago Sun-Times’ Mark Potash and the Daily Herald’s Bob LeGere to debate where the Bears can go after the debacle
What didn’t Bears coach John Fox replace Mike Glennon with Mitch Trubisky?
‘‘We just didn’t put our team in good situations,’’ Glennon said. ‘‘And that falls on me.’’
One week after the Bears were a 5-yard pass away from beating the defending NFC champions, they left Raymond James Stadium in disarray.
In the latest Halas Intrigue, Patrick Finley looks at three factors that could swing Sunday’s game between the Bears and Buccaneers: