As always, week one in the NFL had so many surprise endings, upsets, and injuries. It’s time for the first Final Drive of the season!
The Cowboys, Eagles, Giants, and Offensive Names can always be counted on for good drama, but can they provide good football? The NFC East kicks off our Divisional Previews!
We begin the semi-useful endeavor of rewviewing the Bears’ 2014 preseason schedule. First up? A meaningless win against the Eagles!
In the first preseason outing of 2014, the Bears will look to start answering some lingering questions about the roster.
Before this weekend hits and we have to dive deep into the pool that will be the Divisional Round, I had a few lingering thoughts about the four games that occurred last weekend.
Wild Card Weekend fulfilled all of our wildest expectations. The failures and successes of the weekend were on full display as we were treated to four playoff contests, three of which were decided by a three points or less.
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.
Alright football fans, you knew it was coming. The trade deadline passed today at 4 PM Eastern time, so let’s break down some juicy trade action!
Monday was full of more quarterback news than normal in the NFL, with releases and signings making headlines.