After suffering two historically bad losses, Jay Cutler and the Bears showed signs of improvement against a very beatable Vikings team, Jon Greenberg writes.
This is a Bears team headed nowhere, from the front office to the ever-churning bottom of the roster, Jon Greenberg writes.
For a Chicago Bears franchise that is this bad from top to bottom, a complete overhaul should not be out of question, Jon Greenberg writes.
There's no quarterback better-armed to get the Bears to that win-some, lose-some state of being than Jay Cutler.
Brandon Marshall's rant speaks to the truth of the Bears' 'unacceptable' 3-4 record, writes Jon Greenberg.
With some big downfield strikes and no killer turnovers from its quarterback, Chicago escapes Atlanta with a victory and still in the thick of the NFC North, Jon Greenberg writes.
The explosiveness and versatility of former Chicago Bears returner and receiver Devin Hester already is missed as the team prepares to play his Atlanta Falcons, writes Jon Greenberg.
The Chicago Bears boast considerable potential to be a contender, but Jay Cutler's mistakes highlight a team that keeps losing winnable games.
Matt Forte is bucking the trend in the new NFL, proving that a big contract was money well spent for a versatile running back who actually needs the ball even more.
Jay Cutler failed yet again to lead the Bears over the Packers, falling to 1-9 against them.
If the Chicago Bears are to reverse the Green Bay Packers' dominance at Soldier Field, the defense must fluster Aaron Rodgers and his offense, Jon Greenberg writes.
As injured veteran cornerback Charles Tillman faces an uncertain future, his Peanut Punch always will be remembered as a key component of the Chicago Bears' defense.
Quarterback Jay Cutler tossed three touchdowns in a fourth-quarter rally to beat the San Francisco 49ers and just maybe salvage the Chicago Bears season.
A fat contract and fewer excuses than ever make Sunday's game a must-win for Bears' quarterback.
A focused offseason of honing the details of the Bears' offense looks ready to pay off for the quarterback.
With variables so great for the Chicago Bears entering the regular season, optimism vs. skepticism reigns. And that's exactly what makes the NFL king of sports.