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The Forecast- Lions vs Bears

Sometimes, I love being wrong. This is one of those cases. The Bears went up to Lambeau Field and beat the Packers in a game between two back-up quarterbacks. Luckily, Josh McCown actually deserves to pick up a check every week while Seneca Wallace does not. McCown managed the game perfectly, and my lone Bears […]

The Forecast- Bears vs Packers

I desperately wanted to pick the Redskins in my last forecast. Honestly, I went back and forth with myself all week, but I went with the Bears. Clearly, I underestimated how bad the Bears’ defense really is. They were solid in the first half, but in the end, Josh McCown got them 31 points and […]

The Forecast- Bears vs Redskins

I really love the progress the Bears offense continues to make. Once again, they didn’t give up any sacks against an underachieving yet dangerous Giants team. Jay Cutler hasn’t thrown an interception in his last 94 passes. Matt Forte is on pace for 1,000 rushing 600 receiving yards. If only they can start to get […]

The Forecast- Giants vs Bears

I have never been someone who blames anyone but players for a loss. When a team only scores 18 points at home, it’s going to be tough to win. It’s also a pretty good guess to assume that the players were responsible. It was no different on Sunday. There was a lack of execution. The […]

The Forecast- Saints vs Bears

So much for that whole “on pace for” line I wrote last week for Jay Cutler, huh? Cutler played horribly last week in Detroit. He threw three interceptions, two of which are pathetic throws, and lost a fumble that Nick Fairley ran in for six points. It wasn’t all on Cutler, though. Alshon Jeffery has […]

The Forecast- Bears vs Lions

When a team begins a game winning 17-0 in a tough environment, it seems like nothing can go wrong. After Michael Bush’s touchdown, I thought the game was over. In hindsight, I wasn’t actually wrong, but the game got very interesting in the 3rd quarter. The Bears offense hit a wall and went into the […]

The Forecast- Bears vs Steelers

Another up and down game goes the Bears way. Thinking about it, I can’t remember the last time there was a kick return for a touchdown, an interception for a touchdown, and a fumble return for a touchdown all in the same game. Jay Cutler tried to piss the game away (two interceptions and a […]

The Forecast- Bears vs Vikings

The win last week was very satisfying. The reason why: the Bears finally have coaches who can make halftime adjustments. Over the past couple of years, the Bears were absolutely putrid when trailing at halftime. Aside from one drive in the first half, the offense was generating nothing. They came out in the 3rd quarter, […]

The Forecast- Bears vs Bengals

This isn’t exactly a historic day, but as some of you know, I have done game previews for absolutely no reason at all since 2010. These previews were typed up along the course of the week leading up to the game and then sent out via text message to anyone who cared to read, and […]

Key questions facing the Bears in 2013

With the preseason all but wrapped up, excluding a meaningless game against Cleveland on Thursday, it’s finally time to look ahead to week one against the Bengals. The Bears, like any team, have holes going into this season, and those holes were on display at times during this preseason. Right now, they are not the […]