Breaking down film from the 2019 season to highlight the strengths and weaknesses of Chicago Bears’ offensive linemen.
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Diving into Bill Lazor’s coaching history to better understand what the Bears new offensive coordinator will bring to the table.
All signs are pointing to 2020 being Mitchell Trubisky’s last chance to display significant development.
Clancy Barone will bring a long resume of success to the Chicago Bears underwhelming tight ends group in 2020.
After a letdown season, there will obviously be ‘hard decisions’ for the Chicago Bears front office, but Prince Amukamara, the inside linebackers, and Taylor Gabriel are atop the list.
If you saw an armored money truck at Halas Hall today, it’s because Eddie Jackson just got paid big time.
As we prepare to kiss 2019 goodbye, Patrick Flowers and David Wildman are on the mic to discuss the latest from the Chicago sports landscape this afternoon. Mitchell Trubisky is your starter in 2020 (for now). Ryan Pace makes a bevy of coaching changes after the season-ending press conference. Twins sign Rich Hill and Homer
Shortly after this morning’s press conference, a few coaches were relieved of their jobs.
Even though the Bears have “nothing to play for,” there are still some obvious storylines the NFL wants to feed to fans.
Should the Bears rest their QB1?