The NFL end-zone celebrations this season are often more entertaining than the touchdown that put them there.
Big finish or not, it's all about 2018 for Bears' QB Mitch Trubisky
DETROIT — Random thoughts and observations while covering the Bears’ Week 15 matchup against the Lions at Ford Field.
DETROIT — Follow along with Saturday’s game with our pdates from the Bears’ game at the Lions:
Adam Shaheen was limited in practice all week with what the team called a chest injury. Coach John Fox said the rookie hurt it in the end zone
During his glory days with the Bears, Urlacher’s head was spotless and shiny, but now he said his newfound hair gives him an entirely different look.
With Quandre Diggs moving from nickelback to safety, Wright likely will match up with rookie Teez Tabor. That’s a match-up the Bears need to win.
Regardless of what Trubisky does in the final three games, his most significant “progress” is that he looks the part … of quarterback-of-the-future.
This offseason, general manager Ryan Pace must replenish the position both through the draft and free agency to surround Mitch Trubisky with talent.
Adam L. Jahns’ “Inside the Huddle” column appears in game-day editions of the Chicago Sun-Times.
The Chicago Sun-Times’ Adam L. Jahns and WGN Radio’s Adam Hoge break down the Bears’ Week 14 matchup against the Lions in Detroit.
Howard sits in fourth place in the NFL, 73 yards behind leader Le’Veon Bell of the Steelers.
The Sun-Times’ experts offer their predictions for the Bears’ matchup against the Lions in Week 15:
DE Akiem Hicks is in his ultimate comfort zone in Fangio’s defense, which makes this offseason particularly interesting for him.