Three observations from the Bears’ 27-24 loss to the Lions on Sunday:
Wide right: Bears lose 27-24 after Connor Barth misses in last seconds
The plays leading up to Connor Barth’s shank from 46 yards were signs of progress for rookie quarterback Mitch Trubisky.
Team’s up-and-down existence is on full display Sunday in another close loss — as if close matters.
Whatever the motivation, the Bears finally found a way to get the diminutive Cohen his elusive touches in a 27-24 loss Sunday to the Lions.
Connor Barth pushed it far right, sending what fans were left — there were 10,145 no-shows at Soldier Field — home angry.
Bears linebacker Leonard Floyd was carted off the field in the fourth quarter with an apparent knee injury.
Inside linebacker Danny Trevathan and tight end Dion Sims will both miss Sunday’s game against the Lions, as expected, against the Lions.
And when he eventually lost his starting job to Bennie McRae in 1963, Caroline become a stalwart on special teams with key tackles and blocked kicks
Caroline, a member of the College Football Hall of Fame, led the nation in rushing for Illinois in 1953 with 1,256 yards in nine games.
Adam L. Jahns’ “Inside the Huddle” column appears in game-day editions of the Chicago Sun-Times.
The Bears announced Friday that it plans to double the size of its already first-class facility, Halas Hall.
More than the numbers, Inman looks like a receiver Trubisky can believe in, count on and look for.
Does cornerback Kyle Fuller have a short memory? “I hope so,“ defensive coordinator Vic Fangio said. “You need to at that position in this league.”
Bears are worth $2.85 billion but can’t win where it counts — on the field.
Defensive end Akiem Hicks hasn’t listened to those calling for coach John Fox’s job since the Bears lost to the Packers on Sunday.