Archive for December, 2010

Congrats to Cutler, Peppers

Yesterday it was announced that Jay Cutler has won the NFC Offensive Player of the Week award for his performance against the Eagles, and that Julius Peppers was awarded NFC Defensive Player of the Month.  It’s the first time a Bears has won Defensive Player of the Month since Trace Armstrong did back in 1990. [...]

Ah, The National Media

I just love it how the Chicago Sun-Times headline “Jay Cutler confident his team can go all the way” is turned into “Jay Cutler thinks he’s headed to the Super Bowl” at profootballtalk.com.  Wouldn’t you say that’s more than a little misleading? (Let me disclaim once again that PFT is my favorite website hands down.  [...]

Bears Catch Another Break

Couple days late on this one, but as we all know by now, the Bears catch another break this week when they will face yet another third-string quarterback in Detroit’s Drew Stanton.  Here’s a little background on Stanton from the Detroit Free Press. Chicago still can’t take Detroit, or any team, lightly.  Every game is [...]

Wednesday Good Reads

“Cutler’s development under Martz is what makes the Bears a dangerous team in the NFC in the race to the postseason,” writes Brad Biggs.  Who would have thought we may have read something like that? Matt Bowen warns the Bears not to look past the Lions. And I agree, these are the games that scare [...]

Bears History Downers Grove Recap

Great turnout last night in Downers Grove for the Bears history talk.  I thank the staff there for having me, and to everyone that turned out on a suddenly freezing cold night. Share