Author: Patrick Comiskey

Bears Release Running Back Mike Davis After 11 Carries

In cutting Davis, Pace now lines himself up to receive a compensatory pick in the 2020 NFL Draft.

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If (When) the Bears Miss the Playoffs, All Five Chicago Teams Will Miss the Playoffs for the First Time Since 2004

There hasn’t been a calendar year where all five Chicago teams missed the playoffs since 2004. It’s been a nice 15-year run, but that streak is surely coming to an end as Chicago sports fans are swimming in misery.

Stan Bowman no Longer has a Head Coach to Blame his Incompetency on and Now the Clock is Ticking on his Career

Bowman tried to paint Quenneville as the team’s biggest issue when he fired the future Hall-of-Famer last season. Since Quenneville was fired, not much has changed.

The Bears Need a Pass-Rusher Opposite Khalil Mack Who Doesn’t Disappear for Months at a Time

How many guys in the league get to say they line up opposite of the league’s best pass-rusher? One. His name is Leonard Floyd.

Matt Nagy’s End of Game Clock Management Was a Fireable Offense

Your head coach needs to be the smartest guy on the field every Sunday. Bill Belichick has never, in his life, been on a field where he wasn’t the smartest guy on it. Nagy? Not so much, as he was outcoached yet again this season.

Drafting Mitchell Trubisky will Ultimately Cost Ryan Pace his Job and Legacy, and it Should

The training wheels came off Trubisky’s bike this season, and he flew over the handlebars, landing on his face. In the process, he brought his entire team down with him.

Mitch Trubisky Has Some Interesting (Infuriating) Comments Today at Halas Hall

The Bears QB1 handled today’s press conference about as well as he handled the Packers defense in week one.