Jay Cutler has signed a contract extension to stay with the Chicago Bears, as has Tim Jennings and Matt Slauson. Let’s get into the details!
The season was on the line as the Bears and Packers played a game right down to the wire on Sunday, but Chicago’s defense was once again its undoing.
Sunday afternoon the Bears will try and keep their season alive while ending the season of their historic rivals.
In a game with everything on the line against a team with not much to play for, of course Chicago would find a way to crap the bed, right?
If the Bears win out, they’re the NFC North champs and get a home game in the first round of the playoffs. To do that, Marc Trestman’s squad must go on the road and defeat the Philadelphia Eagles, who are in a division race of their own.
With their starting quarterback back under center and a possible playoff trip on the line, the Chicago Bears put down the Cleveland Browns.
Chicago’s quarterback drama continues on Sunday as Jay Cutler returns to the starting line-up against the Cleveland Browns, who are at the bottom of the AFC North.
In a frigid atmosphere with a Ditka “sweater retirement” ceremony on tap, the Chicago Bears manned up on Monday Night Football and put down the Dallas Cowboys.
The Cowboys are coming into Chicago Monday night for a contest between two teams entrenched in playoff pushes. Who will come out victorious? Let’s preview this game.
This NFC North showdown was one minute and forty-three seconds away from ending in a tie. Thankfully, an actual resolution was reached in overtime, but it wasn’t in the favor of the Chicago Bears.