It looked like Jay Cutler was going to add another game-winning fourth quarter drive to his resume.
Last offseason, Bears defensive coordinator Vic Fangio cited Jeremiah Ratliff as the one defensive lineman at the requisite performance level needed in the developing defensive scheme.
In poker, chess and certain other endeavors, you don’t so much play the cards or the board, as play the man. In the NFL coaching fraternity, maybe it’s a little bit of both.
Since Monday became a night of Bears becoming ex-Bears, we begin our preview of Sunday's matchup with Oakland with this: J'Marcus Webb is the Raiders' starting right guard.
Rarely will the Bears need more impact from their tight ends than Sunday against the Seattle Seahawks.