Grading Every Chicago Bears Starter's 2013 Regular Season » The Chicago Bears were sent on early vacation after a crushing loss to the Green Bay Packers on Sunday. The Bears finished with an 8-8 record in what is considered an underachieving season.  Changes to the roster will come, but before the Bears can move forward they must evaluate the team. The ... Packers vs. Bears: Takeaways from Chicago's 33-28 Loss to Green Bay » The NFC North division crown and a trip to the playoffs were laid out before them, but the Chicago Bears could not capitalize and lost to the Green Bay Packers by a score of 33-28 on Sunday afternoon. The offense sputtered in the first half but was able to stay in check due to the defense. Unfortuna... Jay Cutler More Than Deserves to Be Bears' QB of the Future » The disappointment of once again falling short of the postseason should not cloud the decision-making process that lies ahead of the Chicago Bears on soon-to-be free agent quarterback Jay Cutler.  While the Bears were unable to beat Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers in Week 17, Cutle... Referee Error Aids Green Bay Packers in Win over Chicago Bears » The Green Bay Packers, now NFC North champs and playoff bound after their 33-28 win over the Chicago Bears, converted on fourth down three times on their final drive, culminating with a 48-yard touchdown pass from Aaron Rodgers to Randall Cobb on 4th-and-8. However, one of those fourth-down con... Packers vs. Bears: Final Game Grades and Analysis for Chicago » Aaron Rodgers throws a 48-yard touchdown pass to Randall Cobb to eliminate the Chicago Bears from playoff contention.     Final Score Green Bay Packers: 33 Chicago Bears: 28 Final Analysis for the Chicago Bears Passing Offense: Jay Cutler did everything he could to keep his team in t...
Monday, 26 January 2015


Photogallery: ASA Action Sports World Tour
ASA Action Sports World Tour PhotogalleryThe ASA Action Sports World Tour came to Chicago and brought an action-packed night to the Sears Centre.  ASA features the best pro skaters and BMX jumping in the world.  Illinois natives Koji Kraft and Zack Warden battled in the BMX triple jump semi-finals.

Photography by CS Staff Photographer Sean Evans
Chicago Bears 2010 Mock(ery) Draft: Predicting Rounds 3-7
Written by Chicago Sporting    Friday, 15 January 2010 05:05    PDF Print E-mail

Over the next three months, there will be hundreds and hundreds of mock drafts circulating across the internet, and I challenge you to find a more difficult team to try and predict for than the Chicago Bears.

The Bears managed to trade away both of their first day draft picks (the first round pick went to the Broncos in the Cutler deal and their second rounder went to the Bucs for Gaines Adams... yes Gaines Adams). Which just leaves the third through seventh round.

Chipper Jones Forgets Where He Is, Takes A Dump vs. Cubs
Written by Zachary Stovall / 2nd Opinion Editor    Wednesday, 03 June 2009 13:15    PDF Print E-mail
ATLANTA, GA — Perennial All-Star 3B Chipper Jones of the NL East's Atlanta Braves briefly forgot where he was during the top of the third inning of a home stand against the Chicago Cubs, and in that moment removed his glove and took a dump in left field.
Joakim Noah Disheveled, Letting Himself Go After First Rd. Exit
Written by Zachary Stovall / 2nd Opinion Editor    Friday, 29 May 2009 06:11    PDF Print E-mail
Joakim Noah seen here in a Memorial Day weekend party.CHICAGO,IL — Friends and relatives have become worried over the apparent lack of care and personal attention Bulls C Joakim Noah has been giving himself since the first round playoff exit, as the former-first-round draft pick has apparently ‘let himself go,’ refusing to come his hair, brush his teeth, or act in any way that resembles a civilized manner.  He was seen over the Memorial Day weekend "partying it up".
White Sox Beaten by Only 19 Runs
Written by Zack Stovall - 2nd Opinion Editor    Friday, 22 May 2009 07:10    PDF Print E-mail
White Sox Beat by Only 19 RunsChicago, IL — A breath of fresh air flowed through Southern Chicago as the beloved White Sox were only beaten by 19 runs on Thursday at the hands of the Minney-Soda Twins.

“Hey, it could have been worse,” said Coach Ozzie Guillen. “It could have been 20, 21, 22 runs, 23, 24, 25 points, 26, 27, 28…”
Temperamental QB Cutler melancholy over back-up QB’s attending practices
Written by Zachary Stovall / 2nd Opinion Editor    Wednesday, 06 May 2009 09:57    PDF Print E-mail
Lake Forest, IL — As Bears’ mini-camp revs up with the ceremonial hazing/paddling of the new rookies, an unlikely quarterback controversy is brewing between the designated starter, Bronco’s trade acquisition Jay “Meh” Cutler, and the admitted back-ups whose names are known by no one.
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