This will certainly be a statement game for the Bears – one way or the other – and it is a first-place showdown. Do the Bears have enough to take down the Packers?
The Bears will have to play much better than they did against the Raiders to beat Aaron Rodgers and company, but suddenly it feels like they have a puncher’s chance, Hub Arkush writes.
A review of Sunday's game against the Raiders shows a Bears team that is quickly improving in multiple areas, Hub Arkush writes.
As much as we are often made to feel it's heresy to say anything good about the man, the Bears' beatdown of the Raiders was a “Matt Nagy win.”
The Bears beat the Raiders with ferocious defense Sunday. Justin Fields showcased his toughness and leadership. All-in-all, there were a lot of encouraging signs for the Bears, Hub Arkush writes.
With all the drama of the past week and the commitment to the Justin Fields era in Chicago, this meeting with the Las Vegas Raiders is the most interesting and important game of the Bears’ season to date, Hub Arkush writes.
Let's set aside the excitement surrounding Justin Fields for just a moment. If the Bears contend this season, it will likely be due to their defense, Hub Arkush writes.
The Bears have committed to Justin Fields as their starter. But what changed between Monday and Wednesday to change Matt Nagy's mind, Hub Arkush writes.
The Bears showed progress pretty much across the board against Detroit, but a review of the tape still highlights plenty of work to be done, Hub Arkush writes.
Matt Nagy ultimately will be judged by how many games he wins and loses, not how quickly he develops Justin Fields, Hub Arkush writes
The Bears took care of business Sunday against Detroit, but it came with potentially significant injuries to Akiem Hicks and David Montgomery.
The Bears’ meeting with the Detroit Lions on Sunday at Soldier Field is as close to a true must-win as the team has faced in the Matt Nagy era.
The Bears are clearly in need of a mental reset after last weekend's shellacking in Cleveland. Better production from their tight ends would also go a long way, Hub Arkush writes.
Matt Nagy was given a chance to reassure Bears fans Wednesday. Instead he decided to thumb his nose, Hub Arkush writes.
The Bears defense and special teams were good enough to win in Cleveland, but the offense never gave them a chance, Hub Arkush writes in his weekly film review.