The Chicago Bears, led by Kristin Cavallari’s husband Jay Cutler, won their game against the Kansas City Chiefs yesterday. Kristin’s response: Read more...
Running backs Jacquizz Rodgers and Antone Smith were once teammates with the Falcons and now both men will be in the Bears organization at the same time as well. The only catch is that only Smith will be playing for Chicago for the rest of the season. Rodgers broke his arm in Sunday’s victory over…
The Chicago Bears replaced one former Falcons running back with another Monday, signing Antone Smith and placing Jacquizz Rodgers on season-ending injured reserve. Bears coach John Fox said Rodgers suffered an arm fracture in Sunday's 18-17 win over the Kansas City Chiefs. Show More Summary
Everybody loves Jay Cutler… ripping on him that is. So when he stepped up in a big way for the Chicago Bears against the Chiefs, he just had to go on Facebook to gloat about it. When he did, all hell broke loose in the thread. If you missed the Week 4 version of this, […]
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Ten thoughts after the Chicago Bears rallied with two late touchdowns to defeat the Kansas City Chiefs 18-17 on Sunday at Arrowhead Stadium. 1. There wasn’t a grand meeting for Hroniss Grasu. He wasn’t called into coach John Fox’s office and informed he would be the starting center in the days...
Week 5 of NFL action featured plenty of intrigue. There were multiple games that went into overtime, including Washington at Atlanta, Seattle at Cincinnati and Cleveland at Baltimore; a surprising Chicago Bears upset over the KansasShow More Summary
After starting off the season 0-3, the Chicago Bears improved to 2-3 on the year following their 18-17 victory over the Kansas City Chiefs in Week 5. The Bears controlled the clock for over 33 minutes and finished the game with 328 yards of total offense. Show More Summary
Jay Cutler and the Chicago Bears showed Sunday how to overcome injuries.
Looks like we're retiring early! Jay Cutler and the Chicago Bears made a bad day even worse for the Kansas City Chiefs. Cutler led the Bears to a pair of fourth-quarter touchdowns Sunday, the second an alert toss to Matt Forte with 18...Show More Summary
In Sunday's 18-17 loss to the Chicago Bears, the Kansas City Chiefs lost running back Jamaal Charles to a knee injury, which NFL.com national insider Ian Rapoport is reporting to be a torn ACL. What is the fantasy impact of Charles'Show More Summary
The Kansas City Chiefs didn't just lose a battle with the Chicago Bears on Sunday at Arrowhead Stadium, but with star running back Jamaal Charles suffering what appears to be a season-ending knee injury, the Chiefs might also have lost...Show More Summary
Kansas City Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles suffered a torn right anterior cruciate ligament in the team's 18-17 loss to the Chicago Bears on Sunday.
Looking like a lock to be the NFC North's basement dwellers just a couple of weeks ago, the Chicago Bears claimed their second straight win on Sunday thanks to two fourth-quarter touchdown passes from much-maligned quarterback Jay Cutler. The Bears were down 17-3 at halftime and 17-6 after three quarters. Show More Summary
The Chicago Bears were 0-3, but two straight fourth-quarter comebacks have them at 2-3 heading into Week 6. The Chicago Bears started the season with three consecutive losses, and they could easily be 0-5, if not for two miraculous comeback wins in back-to-back weeks. Show More Summary
Jay Cutler led Chicago to a pair of fourth-quarter touchdowns, including an alert toss to running back Matt Forte with 18 seconds left, giving the Bears a stunning 18-17 victory over the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday.
Chicago Bears kicker Robbie Gould overtook Kevin Butler on Sunday to become the franchise's all-time leading scorer. With a 30-yard field goal in the third quarter against the Kansas City Chiefs, Gould collected the 1,118th point ofShow More Summary
Kansas City Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles was helped off the field with a non-contact injury against the Chicago Bears that had him grabbing his right knee in agony. Charles went down on a non-contact injury in the third quarter at the Bears' 9-yard line, crumpling to the ground. Show More Summary
Kansas City Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles was forced to leave the team's Week 5 game against the Chicago Bears Sunday due to an apparent knee injury. Continue for updates. Charles Out for Game After Suffering Knee Injury Sunday, Oct. Show More Summary
Kansas City Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles limped off the field with a right knee injury midway through the third quarter of Sunday’s game against the Chicago Bears. Charles’s right leg gave way as he cut toward the middle of the line. There was no contact on the play and he was helped off the […]