What a difference a week makes. The Chicago Bears’ offensive line went from the laughing stock of the NFL after Week 1 of the preseason when the group gave up seven sacks to the Denver Broncos, to one of the league’s big winners with their performance against the New England Patriots on August 18. 265 more words
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Bears legend Doug Plank previews Bears v. Chiefs: "This is really going to be an honest test for the Chicago Bears"
Chicago Bears legend Doug Plank joins Justin to talk about the Bears performance against the New England Patriots, the rash of injuries the team is dealing with, what Jeremy Langford means to the offense, becoming a more physical squad and the important third preseason game this weekend against Kansas City. 29 more words
After an abysmal seven sacks allowed in Week 1 of the preseason, the Chicago Bears’ offensive line fared much better against the New England Patriots in both pass protection and in the run game. 339 more words
Many people assumed Brian Hoyer had the Chicago Bears’ backup quarterback job in the bag, but after struggling through two games, the 30-year-old passer is on the hot seat. 292 more words
The Chicago Bears fell to 0-2 on the preseason with their Week 2 loss to the New England Patriots by a score of 23-22. Despite the final score, Chicago played much better than their Week 1 showing against the Broncos especially when the starters were on the field through the first one-and-a-half quarters. 440 more words