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Bears progress difficult to find, but it's there
There are no moral victories in the NFL, but Mitch Trubisky and the Bears showed some progress in a 27-24 loss to Detroit, even if it's hard to find.
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Bears lose, but Trubisky proved how much he has developed
Mitchell Trubisky may have another loss under his belt, but he proved how much he has developed.
Under Center Podcast: Alex Brown goes off on Connor Barth
On the latest Under Center Podcast, our crew breaks down the Bears loss to the Lions on Sunday following Conner Barth’s missed field goal in the last seconds of the game.
Why wasn't Cohen in with the game on the line?
Tarik Cohen was a ghost when the Bears needed to make some plays in the fourth quarter. What gives?
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Why Bears' confidence in Trubisky continues to grow
The Bears might be 3-7, but their record hasn't kept the locker room from buying into Mitchell Trubisky and believing in his bright future.
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Was Cohen frustrated not being on field for 2-minute drill?
Tarik Cohen talks about not being in the two-minute drill in the Bears' loss to the Lions on Sunday.
Leonard Floyd has a 'fairly serious knee injury'
John Fox announced what most could've figured out: Leonard Floyd has a "fairly serious knee injury." It's tough news for the Bears' defense — and for a star on the rise.
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Is this it for Connor Barth?
After Connor Barth missed his fifth field-goal try of the season at a crucial moment in Sunday's loss to the Lions, is it the end of his time with the Bears?
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Bears continue a concerning trend in loss to Lions
JJ Stankevitz and John "Moon" Mullin react to the Bears' 27-24 loss to the Lions on Sunday.
Highs and lows in Bears loss to Lions
Vinnie Duber, JJ Stankevitz and Tony Andracki talk about the positives and negatives in the Bears' 27-24 loss to the Lions.
Barth misses game-tying field goal in Bears loss to Lions
Mitch Trubisky put the Bears in field goal range with eight seconds left, but Connor Barth missed a 46-yard field goal that would've tied it in a 27-24 loss to Detroit.
Promising start all for naught
The Bears started out red-hot against the Lions but it was all for nothing as Connor Barth's 46-yard field goal was wide right in the final seconds.
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Bears-Lions prediction: Will Fox's NFC North woes continue?
John Fox is 3-12 against NFC North opponents as Bears coach, and if his team can't beat a Packers side without Aaron Rodgers, can it beat Detroit?
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John Fox on Tarik Cohen's limited touches
John Fox talks about why Tarik Cohen hasn't gotten as many touches in the previous couple of Bears games as he did at the beginning of the season.
SportsTalk Live Podcast: How hot is John Fox's seat?
The SportsTalk Live panel discusses whether Sunday should be John Fox's last game as head coach of the Bears if they lose badly to Detroit.
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Some final thoughts on Cohen's usage
Why are the Bears not using Tarik Cohen frequently? John Fox offers an explanation, and a few thoughts on the subject. 
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STL Podcast: Who might be the next Bears head coach?
The SportsTalk Live panel discusses who could potentially be the next head coach for the Bears ad Fox Watch continues.
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Trubisky: 'Ball security is very important'
Bears rookie QB Mitch Trubisky says ball security is very important, but admits so is staying aggressive.
Vic Fangio on Golden Tate: 'He's a double threat'
Bears defensive coordinator Vic Fangio talks about trying to defend Lions wideout Golden Tate.
Stankevitz, Moon on keys to a Bears win over Lions
JJ Stankevitz and John "Moon" Mullin provide three keys to a Bears victory against the Detroit Lions.
A Golden opportunity for Kyle Fuller
Golden Tate will present a difficult challenge for Kyle Fuller, who's coming off his worst game of the 2017 season. 
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The solution for Trubisky's sack woes
Mitchell Trubisky isn't the first rookie quarterback to be sacked at a high rate, but the only solution to those problems may be getting him more experience. 
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Beer Down: Upset Bears fans recap loss to Packers
On the latest episode of Beer Down, the guys give their take on the tough loss to the Packers and look forward to the rest of the season.
What is John Fox's future in Chicago?
On the latest Under Center Podcast, J.J. Stankevitz, John "Moon" Mullin and Leila Rahimi discuss John Fox's job status with the Bears.
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The metrics are not a fan of Hroniss Grasu
Bears center Hroniss Grasu had a game to forget in Week 10 against the Green Bay Packers.
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STL Podcast: Is Kyle Long healthy enough to play vs. Lions?
On the latest SportsTalk Live Podcast, the panel discusses if Kyle Long will be healthy enough to play on Sunday against the Lions.
How steep is Trubisky's learning curve?
John "Moon" Mullin explains just how steep Mitchell Trubisky's learning curve really is.
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Why aren't Bears using Tarik Cohen more?
Why aren't the Bears using Tarik Cohen more? Dowell Loggains and John Fox explain.
Shaheen taking steps in the right direction
Adam Shaheen is taking the right steps in his development, and the Bears are noticing.
Adam Shaheen taking baby steps in his development
Adam Shaheen started strong against the Green Bay Packers, and while he didn't keep that up, the Bears liked what he did on Sunday. 
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Why aren't Bears using Tarik Cohen more?
Tarik Cohen only played 13 of the Bears' 60 snaps on Sunday, a head-scratching usage total given how the team feels about their rookie running back. 
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Analyzing Mitch Trubisky's first game against the Packers
We take a look back at how Mitch Trubisky fared in his first career game against the Packers and how he can continue to grow.
STL Podcast: Who could potentially replace John Fox?
We're breaking down the hottest topics in Chicago sports with this edition of the SportsTalk Live Podcast.
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Why did Mitchell Trubisky take a sack on this play?
This week's film breakdown looks at an egregious sack Mitchell Trubisky took, as well as two game-breaking plays by the Green Bay Packers' offense. 
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Intriguing scenarios remain for Bears
The Bears' playoff hopes are dashed, and John Fox's future with the Bears is in real jeopardy. But should it be? John Mullin examines it all.
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Bears grades vs. Packers: Quarterback not bad, coaching was
JJ Stankevitz gave out grades from the Bears' 23-16 loss to the Packers.
STL Podcast: How much pressure is on John Fox?
David Haugh (Chicago Tribune), Adam Jahns (Chicago Sun-Times) and Patrick Finley (Chicago Sun-Times) join Chuck Garfien to talk John Fox, Bears-Packers and Nikola Mirotic.
Beer Money: Season 5, Episode 5
Kelly Crull and Luke Stuckmeyer host this episode of Beer Money from Waukegan.
Would John Fox have challenged the Cunningham fumble again?
John Fox and the Bears won a challenge that gave the Packers the ball and took the Bears out of a potential scoring situation in Sunday's loss.
JJ and Moon analyze Bears' penalty woes, lack of focus
John Moon Mullin and JJ Stankevitz break down how the Bears have struggled with laundry on the field this season.
For Bears, more questions than answers
There were some questionable decisions made in the Bears' loss to Green Bay on Sunday that weren't explained much on Monday. 
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Bears grades: Coaching earns an 'F'
The Bears were sloppy and undisciplined coming out of their off week, which does not reflect well on John Fox and the coaching staff. 
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Fox: 'I've never worried about my job security'
Bears coach John Fox, quarterback Mitchell Trubisky and Prince Amukamara give their thoughts on the 23-16 loss to the Packers.
Stankevitz, Duber recap Bears' 'flat effort' after bye week
Vinnie Duber and JJ Stankevitz give the biggest takeaways from the Bears' 23-16 loss to the Packers.
John 'Moon' Mullin: John Fox might have gotten himself fired
JJ Stankevitz and John 'Moon' Mullin talk about the 23-16 loss to the Packers.
Same old story for the last-place Bears
There has been a theme to some of the Bears losses this year, a theme that continued against the Packers.
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Loss offers little toward Fox’s job security
How much did the Bears's 23-16 loss to the Green Bay Packers on Sunday affect coach John Fox's job security?
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Podcast: How did Bears lose to Rodgers-less Packers?
Prince Amukamara joins Alex Brown, Jim Miller and Laurence Holmes to break down the Bears' loss to the Packers.
Bears whiff on golden opportunity
No Aaron Rodgers did not equal no problem for the Bears on Sunday, still unable to stop a Packers quarterback — even one not named Rodgers or Favre.
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Benny Cunningham takes the blame for review debacle
Benny Cunningham felt like he shouldn't have ever dove for the pylon on Sunday, leading to review officials ruling he fumbled out of the end zone for a touchback. 
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Cunningham, Fox talk about overturned touchdown
John Fox and Benny Cunningham talk about a key play that went to review against the Packers.
Bears blow chance at taking down Packers
While Aaron Rodgers’ absence gave the Bears a golden opportunity, they couldn’t get out of their own way Sunday, leading to a disappointing 23-16 loss.
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Bears-Packers prediction: The Bears are favored, so...
For the first time since December 2008, the Bears are favored to beat the Green Bay Packers. 
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Amos and Jackson solidifying Bears secondary
A pair of Ryan Pace draft picks have solidified the Bears at safety, and Adrian Amos and Eddie Jackson are only getting better.
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Why the defenses should be key to Bears-Packers
With both offenses struggling, the Bears-Packers game could be decided by which defense is more locked in.
Just how bad are things in Green Bay without Aaron Rodgers?
The Packers have lost all three games they've played since Aaron Rodgers was hurt, with their offense and defense both struggling mightily. 
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Bears on getting healthy through their bye week
The Bears took full advantage of their bye week, by resting up and recharging for the second half of the season.
Podcast: Is Sunday a must-win game for John Fox?
JJ Stankevitz and John “Moon” Mullin explain the importance of this weekend’s Bears-Packers game for John Fox and look at how there aren’t any excuses for the Bears on Sunday.
The Bears' WRs may not be as bad as you think
The Bears' receiver room is getting as healthy as possible at an opportune time for Mitchell Trubisky and the offense. 
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Trubisky: Opposing defenses have tried to confuse me
Bears quarterback Mitchell Trubisky talks about facing exotic defenses that teams have thrown at him and the Bears so far.
'Moon' Mullin, Stankevitz give keys for Bears vs. Packers
John 'Moon' Mullin and JJ Stankevitz preview the Bears' Week 10 game against the Packers.
Podcast: Is John Fox coaching for his job against Green Bay?
The SportsTalk Live panel debates whether John Fox should be under pressure going up against Aaron Rodgers-less Green Bay.
What the Bears can prove about Pace
The limping Packers give the Bears an opportunity to see just how far they've grown under Ryan Pace.
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How much can weaker opponents help Trubisky?
Mitchell Trubisky faced nothing but top-10 defenses in his first four starts, but won't this weekend against the Green Bay Packers. 
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Time for rookies to step up
As the Bears try to keep their playoff hopes alive int he second half of 2017, they will need to rely heavily on rookies taking the next step. 
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STL Podcast: Bears have better QB than Packers?
Do the Bears finally have the edge at quarterback in a matchup with the rival Packers? The panel discusses the Bears as they get ready to face the Aaron Rodgers-less Packers.
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This play sums up how good the Bears' 'D' has been
The Carolina Panthers usually convert a first down when they run QB power with Cam Newton on fourth-and-short. They didn't against the Bears. 
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Who could be the breakout offensive weapon for Bears?
The Bears offensive has been abysmal of late. We take a look at who could be a weapon for Mitch Trubisky.
Playoffs? Predicting the Bears second half
It may be hard to believe, but the Bears have a chance to make a run at a playoff berth. John 'Moon' Mullin gives his predictions for the second half. 
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Things setting up well for Bears in second half of season
JJ Stankevitz and John 'Moon' Mullin look ahead to the second half of the season for the Bears.
STL Podcast: How many wins will Bears finish with?
David Haugh (Chicago Tribune), Mark Carman (Fanside/WGN Radio) and national college football analyst Anthony Herron join Kap on the panel. The Bears are back from the bye. How many wins can they get over...
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Zach Miller returns to Chicago
Eight days after suffering a horrific and extremely serious knee injury in New Orleans, Zach Miller is headed back to Chicago. 
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Five most important Bears for second half
The Bears need improvements from multiple positions on offense, as well as their kicking game, if they have any hope of mounting a playoff push. 
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NFL officials know they messed up Miller TD
NFL rules expert Mike Pereira has heard whispers of league officials who know they messed up and wrongly took a touchdown away from the Bears in Week 8.
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What kind of QB should Trubisky be?
The Bears coaching staff needs to establish a template for the kind of quarterback they want Mitch Trubisky to become now and in the future.
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A key for Trubisky's development
When the Bears are ready to open up the offense for Mitch Trubisky, having that ability to take care of the football should greatly benefit him.
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Why NFL is big loser in TD reversal with Miller
The NFL's explanation to reverse Zach Miller's touchdown pass cast doubt of the efficacy of replay as well as the rules involved in using it.
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Amos discusses the ups and downs of his development in NFL
Adrian Amos and Bears defensive backs coach Ed Donatell talk about the ups and downs of the 24-year-old's development in the NFL.
Bang for their buck
Adrian Amos kept his head up after losing his starting job during training camp and has been one of the Bears' best defensive players in 2017. 
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A tale of two seasons
Halfway through the 2017 season, the Bears have shown reasons for optimism but also know they have a long way to go.
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STL Podcast: Why did NFL overturn Miller's TD?
On the latest edition of the SportsTalk Live Podcast, the panel tries to make sense of the NFL’s explanation on why the league overturned Zach Miller’s touchdown from Sunday's Bears game.
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Bears WR coach on Inman: 'Nice to have guy with some length'
Bears wide receivers coach Zach Azzanni talks about what new addition Dontrelle Inman brings to the team.
Why Inman fits what the Bears need
Dontrelle Inman has some significant similarities to Cameron Meredith that could benefit the Bears' offense in the final eight games of the 2017 season. 
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Bears make a statement
The Bears opted not to make a move at the trade deadline on Tuesday, but they did make a statement.
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Shaheen: 'Next man up' after Miller injury
Bears rookie tight end Adam Shaheen discusses his mentality with Zach Miller lost for the season.
Podcast: Are Bears developing Trubisky the right way?
On the latest Under Center Podcast, JJ Stankevitz and John "Moon" Mullin debate if we should be second-guessing the Bears’ offseason quarterback decisions.
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Can Adam Shaheen step in for Zach Miller?
The Bears will need Adam Shaheen to take on a larger load in their offense without Zach Miller for the rest of the season. 
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Fantasy Football: 11 targets after a nutty NFL trade deadline
After a crazy week in the NFL, here are the fantasy implications of all the league's moves and suspensions.
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Grading the Bears: How'd they do against the Saints?
Handing out grades to some of the higher-profile units after the Bears' loss to the Saints on Sunday in New Orleans.
Current, former Bears take to Twitter to send love to Miller
After Zach Miller's severe knee injury in Sunday's game, current and former Bears players took to Twitter to send their love to the injured tight end.
Bears discuss why losing Zach Miller 'sucks for the team'
Bears head coach John Fox, defensive lineman Jonathan Bullard and wide receiver Tre McBride talk about the severe knee injury to tight end Zach Miller.
STL Podcast: Will Pace regret not drafting Watson?
Plenty of Bears news in this episode of the SportsTalk Live Podcast. Zach Miller, Jerrell Freeman and Deshaun Watson are among the topics.
How does Garoppolo trade impact Bears?
Local guy Jimmy Garoppolo was traded from the Patriots to the Niners on Monday, meaning he'll face off against his hometown team in December at Soldier Field.
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Beer Down: Frustrated Bears fans recap loss to Saints
On this episode of Beer Down, the guys have Bourbon Street blues after the Bears loss to the Saints. Can the Bears salvage the season after the bye week?
Watson over Trubisky? Tap the brakes
Of the opinion that the Bears should've taken Deshaun Watson over Mitch Trubisky in the draft? You might want to tap the brakes — hard.
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Bears react to Zach Miller's horrific injury
John Fox offered an update on Zach Miller's severe knee injury on Monday at Halas Hall. 
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Jerrell Freeman suspended — again
Bears linebacker Jerrell Freeman was suspended for the second time in a calendar year.
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Bears grades: Mixed bag for Trubisky, coaches
Mitchell Trubisky did some things well, but struggled in other areas in the Bears' 20-12 loss to the New Orleans Saints on Sunday. 
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Zach Miller nearly lost his leg
Zach Miller's knee injury in Sunday's Bears loss isn't just affecting his playing career, but possibly his life after emergency surgery.
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Podcast: Should Bears go to Howard more in late-game situations?
Alex Brown, Jim Miller and Laurence Holmes recap the Bears' 20-12 loss to the Saints.
Bears are what their record says they are – but what is that?
The Bears are at the midpoint of 2017, but the team's standing in the league still isn't quite clear yet.
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Why the Bears feel they’re ‘close’ to playing winning football
The Bears' record isn't a great endorsement, but the players believe the team is turning a corner.
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Trubisky: 'We're getting close'
Bears quarterback Mitchell Trubisky talks about the team's 20-12 loss to the Saints.
Bears players reflect on Zach Miller's injury
Zach Miller suffered a dislocated knee in the loss to the Saints on Sunday.
Bears showing a vibe of a team that's close to winning
JJ Stankevitz explains why the Bears feel confident that they are close to becoming a consistent winner.
So why was Zach Miller's TD overturned?
See what referee Carl Cheffers had to say about why Zach Miller's touchdown was overturned, and why Kendall Wright thought the Saints were "disrespectful" after it. 
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Three plays that swung Bears' loss
It was clear the Bears have a mighty slim margin for error, with three key plays costing them points and a win Sunday in New Orleans.
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Predicting Bears-Saints
The New Orleans Saints will present a difficult challenge for the Bears in all three phases on Sunday in the Superdome. 
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Can Trubisky grow from his seven-pass game?
Mitchell Trubisky has already shown he can fix issues with his game while with the Bears, so why won't this week be any different?
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A chance to 'start fresh' after the bye
If the Bears manage to beat the New Orleans Saints on Sunday, they'd go into their bye week with a .500 record -- the significance of which wouldn't be lost on the team. 
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Inman: 'There's not an offense that I haven't been in'
New Bears wideout Dontrelle Inman talks about being ready to jump into this Bears offense.
Keys to a third straight Bears win
JJ Stankevitz and John 'Moon' Mullin break down their keys to the Bears getting a third straight win.
Fantasy Football Fix Podcast: Quarterback busts and bye week fillers
On the latest Fantasy Football Fix Podcast, the guys analyze which players could help you during the bye week and much more.
Setting the early expectations for Dontrelle Inman
If Dontrelle Inman plays on Sunday -- and that's still an "if" -- what kind of an impact can he make on the Bears' offense?
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The right time to open up things up for Mitch?
The New Orleans Saints' defensive profile doesn't seem to lend itself to the Bears opening up their offense for Mitchell Trubisky. 
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Drew Brees really loves Ryan Pace
Saints quarterback Drew Brees talks about his love for Bears GM Ryan Pace during their time together in New Orleans.
Podcast: How Bears can use Trubisky's skillset going forward
JJ Stankevitz and John “Moon” Mullin look at how the Bears can use Mitchell Trubisky’s skillset going forward, and how Dontrelle Inman and Kendall Wright can be big parts of that solution.
Loggains, Trubisky on what Inman brings to the Bears
Dowell Loggains and Mitchell Trubisky discuss what Dontrelle Inman brings to the table.
Even with Inman, are Bears adding right skill sets around Trubisky?
While Dontrelle Inman fills an immediate vacancy for the Bears, something of a shadow still falls over the future of the wide receiver position in general.
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How can Inman affect Bears’ offense?
The addition of wide receiver Dontrelle Inman, who the Bears acquired from the Chargers on Wednesday, should help Kendall Wright see more snaps.
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Bears trade for WR Dontrelle Inman
The Bears on Wednesday traded a seventh-round pick to the Los Angeles Chargers for wide receiver Dontrelle Inman, according to a report.
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Would Martavis Bryant make sense for the Bears?
The Bears need a receiver and Martavis Bryant wants out of Pittsburgh. But there are plenty of reasons to think this isn't as clean of a match as it may seem. 
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STL Pod: Should Bears let Trubisky throw more?
On the latest SportsTalk Live Podcast, David Haugh, Adam Jahns and Mark Carman join David Kaplan to discuss the Bears' second straight win and whether Mitch Trubisky should be throwing more often.
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Grades: Bears defense stars in win against Panthers
The Bears defense got stellar grades for a stellar performance. The offense, not so much.
Bears' plan with Trubisky is clear
There's plenty of talk about the Bears not throwing much with Mitch Trubisky, but some of the numbers are a bit deceiving.
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Moon on Bears ugly win: 'Take the win and just be quiet'
JJ Stankevitz and John 'Moon' Mullin analyze the talk about the Bears' struggling offense.
Beer Down: Bears fans react to team's second straight win
Bears fans give their take on the team following the 17-3 victory over the Panthers and look ahead to next week in New Orleans.
Eddie Jackson dominates one year after season-ending injury
Eddie Jackson dominates one year after season-ending injury
Straight A's for the Bears' 'D'
The Bears defense was dominant on Sunday from top to bottom, and earned straight A's in this week's report card for it. 
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Trubisky: 'I just got to be better overall'
Mitch Trubisky talks about his performance in the Bears' 17-3 win over Carolina on Sunday afternoon.
Vic Fangio's defense puts the team on its back
The Bears' defense was on the field for nearly 40 minutes on Sunday, but relished the challenge of stopping Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers. 
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Bears show another sign of culture shift
The Bears' 17-3 win over the Carolina Panthers in Week 7 on Sunday wasn't pretty, but it was another sign of a culture shift within an emerging team.
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Podcast: Eddie Jackson single-handedly beats Panthers
The Bears have won two games in a row and Laurence Holmes, Alex Brown and Jim Miller chat with the game’s MVP, Eddie Jackson, after his historic performance in the Bears 17-3 victory over the Panthers.
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Not passing on an opportunity
The Bears squandered a 14-point lead last week against the Baltimore Ravens, and conservatively schemed to make sure that didn't happen against Carolina. 
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Eddie Jackson becomes breakout star of Bears' D
A year to the day after breaking his leg and watching his college career come to an end, Eddie Jackson became the breakout star of the Bears' defensive renaissance.
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Eddie Jackson has historic day, records two 75-yard TDs
Eddie Jackson recorded two 75-yard defensive touchdowns in the Bears' win over the Panthers on Sunday.
Monsters of the Midway are back
Eddie Jackson and the rest of the Bears defense dominated for a second straight week. It looks like the Monsters of the Midway are back in Chicago.
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Eddie Jackson, you are ridiculous!
Eddie Jackson's two 75-yard turnover-return touchdowns were an NFL first. That and more crazy facts about Jackson's first-half highlights.
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Predicting Bears-Panthers
The Bears haven't led after the fourth quarter this year, a stat indicative of how this team hasn't played a complete game yet. 
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Why Ron Rivera likes Trubisky so much
Carolina Panthers head coach Ron Rivera explained this week why he's been so impressed by Mitchell Trubisky since his days at North Carolina. 
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How Tarik Cohen is thriving in 2017
Tarik Cohen has handled everything the Bears have asked of him in 2017, and that's been a lot. 
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Could Kwiatkoski return this weekend?
Nick Kwiatkoski sounded optimistic he'd be able to play this weekend against the Carolina Panthers after being sidelined due to a pec injury suffered in Week 2. 
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Bears (not so) special teams needing improvement
The Bears special teams were less than ideal in Sunday's win over the Ravens. The coaching staff discusses ways to fix the problem.
Bears (not so) special teams needing improvement
The Bears special teams were less than ideal in Sunday's win over the Ravens. The coaching staff discusses ways to fix the problem.
(Not so) special teams needing to catch up
The Bears are beginning to form an identity this season, but baffling special teams mistakes are holding the team back. 
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Keys to the Game: Bears-Panthers
NBC Sports Chicago Bears reporters JJ Stankevitz and John 'Moon' Mullin gives their keys to a Bears' victory over the Carolina Panthers in Week 7.
Controlled playmaking
The Bears' offense may not be very dynamic right now, but Mitchell Trubisky's ability to make plays still is showing up. 
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STL Podcast: What are Bears' chances against Panthers?
On the latest SportsTalk Live Podcast, the panel discusses Bobby Portis' suspension, the Bears' chances against the Panthers, and more.
Under Center Podcast: Defending Dowell Loggains
Dowell Loggains' gameplan for Mitchell Trubisky has come under fire. JJ Stankevitz and John "Moon" Mullin explain why it's worked.
The gameplan for Mitch is working
The Bears may be asking Mitchell Trubisky to "manage" games, but it's a good way of going about developing a rookie quarterback. 
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Trubisky must respond to NFL defenses
The book is beginning to come out on Bears quarterback Mitch Trubisky. How he responds to defenses is his next developmental step.
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'Spatula Hands' as a representation of the Bears' defense
Adrian Amos hadn't picked off a pass in nearly 2,000 career snaps before Sunday, while the Bears defense hadn't made a big play until Week 6.
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Bears need to stack wins, cut down on mistakes
John 'Moon' Mullin and JJ Stankevitz talk about the keys to the Bears going forward after winning Mitch Trubisky's second start.
Report card: Grading Bears after Week 6 win
Check out what grades the key Bears players walked away with after a Week 6 win.
STL Pod: Should Bears let Trubisky throw more?
Adam Jahns (Chicago Sun-Times), Ben Finfer (ESPN 1000) and Jordan Cornette (The U/ESPN 1000) join Kap on the panel. Justin Turner hits a walk-off 3-run HR off of John Lackey to give the Dodgers a 2-0 lead...
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Beer Down: Good vibes after Bears win in Baltimore
This round is on the house! The Beer Down boys are back to celebrate another Bears victory.
Why the Bears could start stacking wins
There's a chance that the Bears' latest win was different, assuming Mitchell Trubisky can string together a few victories.
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Bears-Ravens report card
Mitchell Trubisky and the Bears' running backs executed Dowell Loggains' gameplan well, but two huge special teams mistakes marred this effort on Sunday. 
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Tarik Cohen channels his 'inner Mitch'
Tarik Cohen channeled his "inner Mitch" to throw a touchdown pass in the Bears' overtime win over the Ravens on Sunday.
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Why Trubisky showed progress vs. Ravens
Mitchell Trubisky's decision-making was better on Sunday than it was against Minnesota, and he flashed the playmaking ability the Bears are waiting to tap into. 
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Bears win over Ravens has deeper implications than one game
There are a lot of ways to look at the Bears after their 27-24 overtime win over the Ravens on Sunday, but that game had deeper implications than one game.
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Cohen becomes shortest player to throw TD since 1934
Tarik Cohen became the shortest player to throw a touchdown since 1934.
Under Center Podcast: What Trubisky did right in Bears win over Ravens
On this edition of the Under Center podcast, Laurence Holmes, Jim Miller and Alex Brown dive into the Bears 27-24 overtime win vs. the Ravens.
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Trubisky on Wright's catch: 'He made a heck of a catch'
Mitchell Trubisky reacts to Kendall Wright's catch in the fourth quarter of Sunday's Bears win over the Ravens.
Howard wills Bears to ugly victory
Just like he did against the Pittsburgh Steelers in September, Jordan Howard willed the Bears to an OT victory over the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday.
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What Tarik Cohen and Wee Willie Smith have in common
Tarik Cohen on Sunday became the shortest player to throw a touchdown in an NFL game since 1934. 
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Three and out: Revenge for McPhee against Baltimore?
Pernell McPhee will face the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday for the first time since they let him walk in free agency following 7 1/2 sacks in 2014. 
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Bears-Ravens prediction: Can Trubisky end a few streaks?
Rookie quarterbacks haven't fared well on the road against John Harbaugh's Baltimore Ravens, and the Bears haven't won away from Soldier Field since 2015. 
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Despite inexperience, John Fox confident in Mitch Trubisky
John Fox was happy with the way Mitch Trubisky started out his NFL career. He said the rookie QB played well enough to win last week.
Gentry, McBride get their shots
Tanner Gentry and Tre McBride deserve an opportunity to prove themselves, and with Markus Wheaton injured, it looks like both will get it this weekend. 
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Would Bowman make sense for the Bears?
With San Francisco 49ers releasing linebacker NaVorro Bowman on Friday, could he be a fit for the Bears?
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Bears defense still looking for turnovers – and an identity
The Bears defense hasn't earned a nickname, an identity or many turnovers so far this season.
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Fantasy Football Podcast: What the $&?* is wrong with Amari Cooper
Rotoworld and NBC Sports fantasy analyst Josh Norris joins the Fantasy Football Fix Podcast to discuss who you should target to replace the injured Odell Beckham Jr. and much more.
Cohen learning how to play with a target on his back
Tarik Cohen admitted he was trying too hard to make a play against the Minnesota Vikings, who clearly schemed to stop the 5-foot-6 rookie running back.
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Stankevitz, Moon share three keys to a Bears win vs. Ravens
JJ Stankevitz and John "Moon" Mullin share their three keys to a Bears win against the Ravens this Sunday.
Paying the price for penalties
The Bears have been penalized eight or more times in four of their five games this year, creating problems for a team that's not good enough to overcome those mistakes. 
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Do Bears have an identity on defense?
JJ Stankevitz and John "Moon" Mullin talk about the Bears' identity -- or lack thereof -- on defense.
Jill Feldman's special night with the Bears
Check out the story of Jill Feldman, a hero in the lung cancer community who had a special honorary captain for their team on Monday night.
Trubisky can 'raise all boats' during growing pains
Mitchell Trubisky can "raise all boats" during the growing pains of his rookie season.
STL Podcast: What should we expect from Mitch Trubisky in second start?
The SportsTalk Live panel talks about their expectations of Bears QB Mitch Trubisky in his second career start against Baltimore.
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Why Trubisky can ‘raise all boats’
Mitchell Trubisky will have some ups and downs in his rookie season, but the Bears are confident he can work through some of the growing pains.
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'We just installed it 17 years later'
Dowell Loggains made note of a trick play the Tampa Bay Buccaneers ran in 2000. On Monday, he called for that same play. 
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Get your popcorn ready: Trubisky-Gentry connection is back
The Bears added wide receiver Tanner Gentry to the 53-man roster and released wide receiver Deonte Thompson on Wednesday.
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Why timing of Bears QB change was interesting
John "Moon" Mullin shares a few final thoughts on the Bears quarterback change from Mike Glennon to Mitchell Trubisky.
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Fantasy Football: 10 waiver wire targets for Week 6 and beyond
After another wild week in the NFL, here are the top guys to target on fantasy football waiver wires for Week 6 and moving forward.
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How a fake works to perfection
It was a total team effort for the Bears to successfully run -- and score on -- a fake punt Monday night against Minnesota. 
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Beer Down: Bears fans recap Mitch Trubisky's debut
Beer Down! After a tough loss to the Vikings, the guys are back to talk Trubisky's debut, injury concerns, and give their predictions for next week at the Ravens.
Bears report card: Trubisky passes first NFL test
Mitchell Trubisky brought a different energy to the Bears' offense on Monday, even if his final stat line didn't reflect it. 
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View from the Moon on Ditka's comments
Mike Ditka ruffled feathers with his comments on what he believes is a lack of social injustice in America. John "Moon" Mullin responds.
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The Bears' wild coin toss streak
The Bears had won FOURTEEN straight coin tosses going before the Vikings won last night. Seriously, take a look at this.
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The good and bad from Mitch Trubisky's start
Mitch Trubisky wasn't exactly brilliant in his first regular season start, but he wasn't terrible either. Get a closer look at his Monday night game.
Bears feeling something different
The Mitch Trubisky Era is upon us, and it ignited hope into a Bears team and fanbase that's looking for exactly that: "I think everybody felt it."
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Why the Bears are so confident in Trubisky
Mitchell Trubisky's final stat line may not show it, but the Bears have plenty of confidence in their rookie quarterback. 
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Under Center Podcast: Breaking down Mitch Trubisky's NFL debut
Laurence Holmes, Jim Miller, Lance Briggs and Alex Brown break down Mitch Trubisky's NFL debut on Monday Night Football in the latest Under Center podcast.
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Punter completes longest Bears pass of the year
Bears punter Pat O'Donnell currently has the longest passing play of the season for the team, but had no experience running fake pass plays.
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Pat O'Donnell on first career touchdown pass
Punter Pat O'Donnell surprised the Vikings and just about everybody watching the game when he threw a 38-yard TD pass on a trick play.
Bears proved Fox and Loggains correct
John Fox and Dowell Loggains were proven right in Monday's 20-17 loss to Minnesota with sloppy play from the supporting cast around Mitch Trubisky.
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Beer Down: Previewing Mitch Trubisky's first NFL start
The guys are back to preview Mitch Trubisky's debut with the Bears against the Vikings.
Can Trubisky win right away?
Will Mitchell Trubisky get a win in his first career start? JJ Stankevitz explains why he and the Bears can beat the Vikings. 
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Million dollar question for Bears
John Fox is a defensive guy, which means the task of handling and developing Mitch Trubisky into the Bears' franchise quarterback falls on Dowell Loggains. Can he do it?
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Another season-ending injury for Bears?
Willie Young's triceps injury will keep him out for the rest of the 2017 season, according to the Chicago Tribune. 
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A depth check for Bears-Vikings
 Both the Bears and Vikings will be missing key players on Monday night, and how backups like John Timu play will be a deciding factor in the outcome.
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What should be expected of Mitch Trubisky in first start?
JJ Stankevitz and John Mullin talk about Mitch Trubisky as he heads into his first start with the Bears.

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