Yesterday was something of a bleak-ish day for your author, so I decided to cobble together what I believe are positives for the Bears franchise in regards to one Ryan Pace. Let’s swig a bit of blue and orange kool-aid, shall we? 2015 DRAFT Eddie Goldman, 2nd round: He’s the anchor of the Bears defensive…
I have been and continue to be a big supporter of Ryan Pace. I believe by the time his era ends, for better or worse, we will look back on the Pace era as one that returned the Bears to a relevant state. That said, this entry is not aiming to be kind or optimistic. …
In E04 of the BearsFansOnline Podcast, Chris & Andy ponder the Jordan Howard drama, speculate about Top 10 NFL Draft scenarios, and speculate about Cam Meredith’s likely (or unlikely?) return to the team.
The Bears Fans Online podcast talks NFL Draft, Tremaine Edmunds, new NFL Rules, and Andy tests Chris’ mettle with some draft trivia.
In e02 of the BFO Podcast, Jason joins Andy & Chris to break down several sleeper picks in the 2018 NFL Draft class.
In E.01 of the BearsFansOnline Podcast, Andy & Chris discuss Ryan Pace’s 2018 free agency period…so far.
The Bears add talented targets, but the goal for much of the existing core remain the same – Endure.
In the 3rd and final portion of this look back, the 2014 Bears sank to the bottom of the NFL thanks to collapses in every facet of the organization.
The Chicago Bears 2013 campaign seemed like a bump in the road. It was a signal fire for impending disaster at Halas Hall.
Looking back at the end of Lovie Smith’s Bears regime, and what made the fall from grace culminate into a festering wound.
Bears coach Matt Nagy’s staff is a football motley, seasoned with talent, age, & mettle.
As discussed in my previous article, the primary thing that John Fox had going for him upon his hiring was that he was not Marc Trestman. He never really evolved past that point. Matt Nagy (næg-gēē) isn’t John Fox, and his press conference yesterday proved as much. He was unabashedly emotional regarding his family and…