Earlier this week, Carolina Panthers head coach Ron Rivera noted the comparisons and unsung importance between his team's offensive line and that of the 1985 Bears.
A cliche perhaps, but living well is the best revenge.
The problem with Super Bowl 50 is that both the Carolina Panthers and Denver Broncos come in with quirks, things that fall outside the box, and not just the tackle-to-tackle one.
Every game has “keys.” Commonly those are variations on a theme — stop the run, pressure the passer, avoid turnovers, the usual suspects.
The Bears offense and its weekly musical-chairs situation at wide receiver would have welcomed one more lineup shuffle, that of working rookie Kevin White into the lineup for a unit ranked 18th in