• Bears defense be warned: Eagles can pull a fast one

    Summary of 10 articles · Updated Dec 21, 2013
    Source: suntimes.com
    • Scouting the Eagles and Bears

      Both the Eagles and the Bears fired successful head coaches after last season and replaced them with unconventional hires. The Eagles wooed Chip Kelly, who had never spent a day in the NFL. The Bears picked Marc Trestman, who had spent the previous five…
      Source: philly.com
    • Eagles shouldn't rest anyone against Bears, no matter what

      Because of playoff implications, Eagles should play to win, regardless of playoff implications or lack thereof.
      Source: philly.com
    • Can the Eagles play their best if the game isn't as big?

      Thanks to the magic of flex scheduling, the Eagles will enter Sunday night's game against the Chicago Bears knowing it is either the biggest game of their season or a mostly moot contest that could have some implications further down the road but can't …
      Source: philly.com
    • Eagles are wild, crazy guys on defense

      There are countless ways to move the ball against the Eagles’ hair-on-fire defense. “You kind of have to simplify what they do,” Bears quarterback Jay Cutler said Thursday at Halas Hall. “And sometimes you’ve got to fight crazy with crazy — and attack t…
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    • Trestman hasn’t thought about resting starters, but he might

      If the Lions lose on Sunday afternoon and the Packers win on Sunday afternoon, the Bears’ Sunday night game against the Eagles would have absolutely nothing to do with whether or not Chicago goes to the playoffs. Instead, the Bears’ path to the playoffs…
    • Double Coverage: Bears at Eagles

      The Philadelphia Eagles have found themselves in the middle of the NFC North race as much as the NFC East race over the past month. Sunday night’s game against the Chicago Bears is their third game in a row against an opponent from the North. Two weeks …
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Trestman not focused on playoff scenarios

      LAKE FOREST, Ill. – Under one possible scenario, the Chicago Bears (8-6) would be in a position to clinch the NFC North title with a victory over the Philadelphia Eagles (8-6) on Sunday night if both the Green Bay Packers (7-6-1) and Detroit Lions (7-7)…
      Source: ESPN.com
  • Playing at full power, not resting players, is Bears’ best bet

    PHILADELPHIA — Should the Bears coast into the regular-season finale against the Green Bay Packers next week if they have the chance Sunday night against the Philadelphia Eagles? Maybe to give receiver Brandon Marshall a chance to rest his sore hamstrin…
    Source: suntimes.com

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Bears defense be warned: Eagles can pull a fast one
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Eagles are wild, crazy guys on defense
Trestman hasn’t thought about resting starters, but he might
Trestman not focused on playoff scenarios