Bears Coach Lovie Smith
CHICAGO | There are two stories taking shape this Bears season that won't cause coach Lovie Smith to lose any sleep, though he may keep one eye open.
The numbers don't lie. Heading into the much-anticipated Bears-Cowboys showdown on Monday Night Football, neither team is expected to leave cleat marks on the other.
CHICAGO | How ironic that the Bears' Game Day program featured cover boy Brian Urlacher, arms folded and looking like he was ready to seek and destroy anyone in a Colts uniform.
Countdown to kickoff is five days away.
Robbie Gould doesn't know what all the fuss is about.
CHICAGO | Midway through this preseason, the Bears still face a myriad of issues before they can hope to win the Super Bowl.
CHICAGO | A quality quarterback fills seats and gives the NFL Network reason to like you even more.
BOURBONNAIS, Ill. | At 6-foot-7 and 333 pounds, offensive tackle J'Marcus Webb is a towering shade tree with legs.
Phil Emery talked for what seemed like hours at his Monday press conference.
CHICAGO | Playing in an open-air stadium like Soldier Field had its advantages Sunday.
You Bears fans on the ledge. Don't look down. You can come in now. Pick a window. Everything's fine.
For the sake of little children everywhere, I would never question the existence of Santa Claus or the Easter Bunny.
Lovie Smith mailed in another news conference Monday, spending a few minutes telling us what we already knew without giving any specifics.
Once again, Bears coach Lovie Smith has some things to "tighten up" three games into the season.
The trouble with an average team playing a really good team is they expose your every weakness.
CHICAGO | Had Caleb Hanie continued to sputter along in the preseason like a broken down Edsel, he might've been circling the want ads this weekend.
CHICAGO | In the Bears' first three preseason games, Robert Hughes had two carries for zero yards. The Invisible Man got more looks.
CHICAGO | Imagine following Lady Gaga on stage or being Carlos Zambrano's publicist.
CHICAGO | People have told rookie Dane Sanzenbacher he reminds them of another Bears blue-collar, dirt-under-the-nails wide receiver.
CHICAGO | Bears coach Lovie Smith will be taking notes tonight like a playground monitor watching how well the children behave together.
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