Last season, the Chicago Bears showed promise with a 7-3 record. Then injuries to Jay Cutler and Matt Forte sent them into a downward spiral that resulted in them missing the playoffs, the team's offensive coordinator retiring and the general manager being fired. The Bears are now looking forward. They will face difficult competition with the powerhouse Green Bay Packers and upstart Detroit Lions.
The Chicago Bears face some high expectations going into the 2012 season. After a 7-3 start last year, the Bears dropped five straight, after key injuries to Jay Cutler and Matt Forte crippled their offense. This season, the Bears a... Read Post
There were two players on the Chicago Bears offense they could ill-afford to lose to injury: Jay Cutler and Matt Forte. Three weeks ago against the San Diego Chargers the Bears lost Cutler to a fractured thumb on his throwing hand, ... Read Post
The Chicago Bears were one of the best teams in football last season before their string of injuries on offense. Jay Cutler and Matt Forte teamed up to shred opposing defenses to the tune of 30 points game-in and game-out last seaso... Read Post