Lovie Smith didn't like what he saw out of Caleb Hanie during Sunday's loss to the Seahawks, but fell short of saying that won't be the starter next week.
How will Johnny Knox's absence, after undergoing surgery on his back Monday, affect the Bears' offense? CSNChicago.com's John Mullin says the wide receiver corps has taken a big hit.
Jim Miller takes a look at Bears quarterback Caleb Hanie's painful performance against the Seahawks Sunday and says he should know the basic principles by now to not make the mistakes he made.
Johnny Knox was the victim of a scary injury Sunday as he was bent over backwards by a blow from Seahawks defensive end Anthony Hargrove while diving for a fumble. Knox will undergo surgery Monday.
The Bears struggled badly at the quarterback position all game Sunday, dragging down the grades of the entire offense.
Matt Forte suffered a left knee sprain vs. the Chiefs with a 2-6 weeks recovery. As things sound, Forte's return will probably be prolonged.
The Bears are a team that cannot afford distractions but faced a major one with Sam Hurd. Can the team switch their focus? Some insist that what happens off the field won't affect their play on the field.
Caleb Hanie is worried about Sunday's game against the Seahawks, as he should be. Sunday will be his final test and the deciding point on whether or not the Bears bring out Josh McCown.
The Bears need to shake off their offensive issues and avoid more distractions as they face a "must win" situation vs. the Seahawks to keep any playoff hopes alive.
Everybody has been quick to blame Bears GM Jerry Angelo for signing a - drug-dealing wide receiver - Sam Hurd. In reality, there's no way the team knew about the situation, John 'Moon' Mullin explains why.