A disturbing phenomenon in a very good offense continued last weekend in Carolina, a phenomenon that has the Bears befuddled.
One of the true positives of the lurching start to the season has been the play of Brian de la Puente filling in at center while Roberto Garza recovers from a high-ankle sprain
With their three main pass receivers standing 6-3 and up, the Bears pose significant matchup problems for opposing secondaries.
USA Today sports writer Josh Peter joined SportsTalk Live on Friday to clarify the interview he had with ex-Bears general manager Jerry Angelo.
Just as the Bears did last week against the Carolina Panthers, their secondary may feel a little like there’s something familiar when they line up across from the Atlanta Falcons.