Chris Conte


Bears defensive backs are accustomed to dealing with big, physical receivers simply from what they see all offseason and into practice during the year.


In 12 Bears seasons, Lance Briggs has rarely pointed fingers of blame. He has generally pointed the thumb instead, meaning at himself.


At different points of their 55-14 crushing of the Bears on Sunday night, Aaron Rodgers and the Packers offense sure seemed to have the Bears defense figured out, almost to the degree of knowing w


GREEN BAY — The Bears are who we thought they were. 

They are exactly the same team that was throttled by the New England Patriots just two weeks ago.


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.