Sitting atop the NFC North, the Chicago Bears appear anything but satisfied with plenty of football still to come.
The Chicago Bears understand the math and don’t need any tutorials.
The Chicago Bears and Detroit Lions for the most part did their best to downplay the idea leading into their game on Monday night.
The Lions are making more national news and this time with a starring roll in a new Monday Night Football commercial.
For the first time in five weeks, Lions coach Jim Schwartz wasn’t answering questions about a lack of run production in his post-game press conference.
Being around athletes for the last 10 years or so, I find myself sometimes tuning them out — because most players speak in clichés.
Detroit Lions fans counted down the final seconds — as if it was New Year’s Eve — when the franchise finished its first Monday night game in a decade.
In the latter stages of yet another losing season, the Detroit Lions suffered a close defeat at home to the Chicago Bears.
It has been so long – a decade, in fact – since the Detroit Lions played a regular season game on Monday night that kicker Jason Hanson can’t remember it.
Chances are the Minnesota Vikings won’t return to Ford Field to play their Monday Night football game against the Chicago Bears. I am hearing the game will be played at the University of Minnesota if […]
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