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Who's Leading The Bears? & Kerry Wood: 10/22/14 Hour 1

In the opening hour of Kap & Haugh, the guys discuss the most recent comments from Lance Briggs and Brandon Marshall regarding the state of the Bears.  18 more words

Kap And Haugh

Hanley: Trestman Needs To 'Fix It'

By Brian Hanley-

(CBS) — Those were damning words uttered Sunday in the aftermath of the Bears’ latest Soldier Field no-show.

And we’re not talking about Brandon Marshall’s few media minutes, during which he squeezed “unacceptable'” in 17 times. 793 more words


Durkin: Impressions From Bears-Falcons

By Dan Durkin-

(CBS) For one week at least, Chicago general manager Phil Emery’s vision for 2014 crystallized in Atlanta as the Bears downed the Falcons, 27-13, on Sunday to even their record at 3-3. 779 more words


Team shows complacency

It seems a series of unfortunate events has set the tempo for the Bears this season. Team captain, Lance Briggs, was the first to reveal his priorities when he missed one of the season’s… 546 more words

Peppers: I'd Still Be In Chicago If I'd Sacked Rodgers On 4th Down

(CBS) The play will forever live on in lore of the Bears-Packers rivalry. On fourth-and-8 in the 2013 regular-season finale to decide the NFC North title, Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers bought enough time to find receiver Randall Cobb wide open behind the Chicago defense for the winning 48-yard touchdown, a victory that sent the Packers to the playoffs and the Bears home. 270 more words


Bernstein: Attempted Cutler Makeover Fizzling

By Dan Bernstein-
CBSChicago.com senior columnist

(CBS) This isn’t about what you think of Jay Cutler at a microphone or off the field, nor is it really about what I think. 824 more words


Happy Days: The Story Of Jay Cutler

Robert Zeglinski. September 7th, 2014

The young Jay Christopher Cutler has always been quite the enigma. As we turn the page on perhaps the new career starting point for Cutler in the 2014 season, I thought it was appropriate to look back and comment on the over dramatized story of everyone’s favorite quarterback. 2,529 more words