Alex Brown says blame players, not coaches for Bears' loss.
The Chicago Bears have a chance to gain national acclaim Sunday night against the Atlanta Falcons.
Chicago's defensive front four is enjoying a renaissance, and the Bears credit their new coach for making all the difference.
It's early, but with Lovie Smith calling the plays and Rod Marinelli coaching the defensive line, the Chicago Bears' defense has shown marked improvement over the previous two seasons.
The Chicago Bears' front seven need to take the pressure off a young secondary by putting the pressure on Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, writes Jon Greenberg.