In 12 Bears seasons, Lance Briggs has rarely pointed fingers of blame. He has generally pointed the thumb instead, meaning at himself.
As the world honors the best and bravest of our countrymen Tuesday, Veterans Day hits home for Bears cornerback Charles Tillman.
After jokingly asking how the other Chicago sports teams were doing, Charles Tillman knew there wasn't a way around avoiding an explanation from the Bears' 55-14 throttling to the Green Bay Packer
After the defensive debacle of 2013, the organization committed to overhauling the unit, increasing its depth with youth through the draft while targeting the pass rush through free agency.
It was the Nightmare in New England.