Who should be the Bears starting quarterback right now? Does playing Fields now give him the best chance to eventually succeed?
Justin Fields showed Sunday that he still has a lot to learn. How much he progresses next week against the Browns will be fascinating to watch, Hub Arkush writes.
Will the Bears' defense show enough improvement to slow the Bengals? And will Matt Nagy open up his playbook? Hub Arkush previews the Week 2 contest.
Justin Fields is obviously the Bears' future at quarterback, but Andy Dalton's performance Sunday will go a long way toward determining how soon we see Fields as the team's starter.
Maybe the Bears defense is too old? Or maybe they didn't play with enough fire Sunday? Either way, the Bears need to find answers fast, Hub Arkush writes.
The Bears clearly have plenty to improve upon, but a review of the Week 1 game tape reveals more positives than the final score indicated, Hub Arkush writes.
It’s not about the play calling, It’s what Bears coach Matt Nagy should be doing instead, Hub Arkush writes
The Bears had chances to take down the Rams on Sunday, but Andy Dalton's red-zone interception and a pair of defensive breakdowns can't happen if the Bears want to be taken seriously.
The betting experts have the Bears' over/under win total at 7.5 for the season. Shaw Local's Hub Arkush and Sean Hammond debate whether the Bears are more likely to be over or under that mark.
The Bears open the season on the road Sunday night in Los Angeles against the Rams. What will it take to pull off an upset?
While it's not yet time to hit the panic button, the Bears' injury report is a already a concern heading into Week 1 against the Rams, Hub Arkush writes.
The Bears and Rams will play for the fourth consecutive season Sunday night, but both sides will look dramatically different than when they last met in October.
Agree or disagree, but there's no indication Bears general manager Ryan Pace and head coach Matt Nagy enter the 2021 season on the hot seat, Hub Arkush writes.
While the football world has been focused on the Justin Fields’ phenomena and the 24-7 debates over when he should become the starter, the Bears have made an even bigger bet on acquiring an Olympic track team to make both Fields and Andy Dalton better.
Now that the Bears' roster is set, Hub Arkush breaks it down position by position to see how it stacks up against the rest of the NFL.