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Imagine for a moment that Jason Campbell leads the Bears to a victory Monday night against the San Francisco 49ers. It won’t take much imagination, given that many of you true believers imagined the Bears going 16-0 before the season began, the way yo
Share TweetA look at Monday night's game between the Bears and the 49ers.Source: nytimes.comShare TweetDETROIT -- As we await kickoff here at Ford Field, I just want to pass along some great news: Former Chicago Bears coach and current ESPN analyst Mike Ditka has been released from the hospital. Ditka suffered a minor stroke Friday and is not appearing i…Source: ESPN.com
Brandon Marshall, sociologist, on his QBsUpdated Nov 18, 2012 Share TweetIt’s obvious that Jason Campbell is not the same as Jay Cutler. But Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall challenged people to look beyond the easy stereotypes when describing them. “Jason’s black and Jay’s white,” Marshall began, via John MullinSource: profootballtalk.com
Marshall math resembles ‘Randy Ratio’ under Bears’ Mike TiceUpdated Nov 18, 2012 Share TweetOffensive coordinator Mike Tice, the Bears’ most candid and colorful coach, doesn’t shy away from discussing much. But one of the taboo topics is the ‘‘Randy Ratio,’’ a plan he hatched before the 2002 season after he was named the Minnesota ViSource: suntimes.com
Don Banks: Luck, Colts get an up-close lesson about what it takes to be el…Nov 18FOXBORO, Mass. -- By late Sunday night there was still no word yet on whether Andrew Luck's mother (or perhaps his father in this case) told him there'd be days like this. But no matter. By the time this one was over, it was well understood that a messa…
Don Banks: NFC East again a mess you can't take your eyes off of; more Sna…Nov 18FOXBORO, Mass. -- Musings, observations and the occasional insight from a wild, overtime-drenched Week 11 in the NFL...
John Clayton's Last CallNov 18NFL fans were treated to a pre-Thanksgiving feast of close games, wild finishes and crazy offensive efforts, writes John Clayton.