It was just one game in the preseason, and they didn't have Jay Cutler or Matt Forte, but the Bears left plenty to be desired offensively against the Broncos. There were, however, some bright spots Thursday night.
After losing to the Broncos in Thursday's preseason game, Jason Campbell said the Bears were "vanilla" and didn't roll out their offense.
The Bears may reopen the competition between J'Marcus Webb and Chris Williams for who will start at left tackle during the season, depending on how Saturday's preseason game goes.
CSNChicago.com's John 'Moon' Mullin explores the possibility for different on-field options for Bears rookie Shea McClellin as team coaches figure out how to fit him exactly into the equation.
In the debut of our season-long "Eye on the Enemy" series, see what Peyton Manning learning from Caleb Hanie and why Gabe Carimi is a beast.
Robin Ventura, manager of the first-place White Sox, Bears linebacker Lance Briggs and Bears analyst Tom Thayer are guests in the latest edition of the Pat Boyle Podcast.
The Bears got some good production out of their top three 2012 draft picks -- Shea McClellin, Alshon Jeffery and Brandon Hardin -- in the preseason opener on Thursday.
Outside of center Roberto Garza, the Bears' projected starting offensive line played deep into Thursday's preseason opener and didn't inspire much confidence.
Join the Bears Talk crew and CSNChicago.com's John Mullin for a live blog during tonight's Bears preseason opener at Solider Field.
Undrafted free agent and Chicago-native Terriun Crump will make his NFL debut with the Bears tonight in the place he's always dreamed of playing: Soldier Field.