Ryan Pace can’t win ’em all. But most of his hits have a chance to clear the wall.
If there was a play that encapsulated the Bears’ rough-and-tumble front seven Sunday, consider the Panthers’ fourth-and-two run in the third quarter.
Before the Bears’ victory Sunday, only two teams since 1983 had thrown seven or fewer passes in a game.
Just because the Bears’ defense is so good, it doesn’t follow that the passing offense has to be so invisible.
Thoughts and observations watching film of the Bears’ 17-3 win against the Panthers in Week 7.
Some thoughts and observations after watching the film and going through the stats of the Bears’ 17-3 win against the Panthers on Sunday.
In the latest Halas Intrigue podcast, Patrick Finley and Sun-Times colleague Mark Potash break down the Bears’ win against the Panthers on Sunday:
It’s official: Justin Timberlake is bringing “Sexy Back” to the Super Bowl halftime show.
Some weeks are better than others for the Bears.
The Bears held Panthers rookie Christian McCaffrey to only 10 yards on seven carries in Sunday’s win.
When the defensive end Akiem Hicks sacked Cam Newton in the third quarter Sunday, he celebrated by impersonating Willie Young’s fishing-pole dance.
The Bears needed only a half-yard, but John Fox preferred the field goal.
Three quick observations from the Bears’ 17-3 victory Sunday.
Asked what he learned about Trubisky against the Panthers, Fox said he “managed the game pretty well.” In other words, Trubisky has more to prove.
In victories against the Ravens and Panthers, the Bears’ defense has scored more points (21) than it has allowed (12).