In the latest Halas Intrigue, Patrick Finley breaks down what the Bears need to do to upset the Lions:
Halas Intrigue: 3 keys for Bears to tune out job chatter, beat Lions
The Chicago Sun-Times’ experts offer their predictions for the Bears’ matchup with the Lions in Week 11:
Ben Roethlisberger threw for 299 yards and four touchdowns, three to Antonio Brown, to lead the Pittsburgh Steelers past the Tennessee Titans.
Until the injury, Trevathan had been one of the Bears’ best success stories.
The organization owes Pace that opportunity — minus an advisor and its earlier work on candidates.
McManis and Robertson-Harris both practiced in full Thursday for the first time since they suffered their hamstring injuries.
Kyle Fuller was the one with his back turned to the quarterback when the man he was covering, Davante Adams, caught the Packers’ 19-yard touchdown.
Whatever happened to Tarik Cohen? You remember, that little guy on the Bears who took the NFL by storm in Week 1 with 158 all-purpose yards.
The Bears hired John Fox to be their turnaround guy, but the veteran coach has taken the team sideways.
Tarik Cohen was double-teamed out of the left slot on the second play of Sunday’s game. “I hate it,” he said. “I want them to play me 1-on-1.”
Coach John Fox’s emphasis on running the ball is seemingly putting rookie quarterback Mitch Trubisky in too many tough situations.
Root for rebellion from the Bears and more silence from the Bulls.
Two-and-a-half weeks after hurting a finger on his left hand, Long was limited in practice Wednesday.
Golden Tate doesn’t want Jim Bob Cooter, his offensive coordinator, to go anywhere.
They sucker their fans into believing in them, then inevitably dash their spirits.