It was another low-scoring game for the Chicago Bears in Week 2 of the 2019 season, but this time the result was a W at game’s end. The Bears beat the ill-fated Denver Broncos, 16-14, at Empower Field at Mile High in Denver on Sunday, writes Michael Travis Rose.
Michael Travis Rose previews a matchup of two 0-1 teams: the Chicago Bears and the Denver Broncos.
Ryan Potts takes a look at the validity of criticism surrounding the Chicago Bears heading into this season.
Will Donehoo explains why the Chicago Bears’ defense won’t be as strong as they were last season.
Joseph Ricotta and Silvia Guevara collaborate to write about the Jordan Howard saga after the running back was traded from the Chicago Bears to the Philadelphia Eagles.
During this week’s draft, the Bears built up assets to help construct the future of their franchise, writes Terry Fowler.
Nearly a year-and-a-half after suffering a gruesome injury and nearly losing his left leg, Chicago Bears tight end Zach Miller announced his retirement, writes Andersen Pickard.
Aaron Gershon power ranks every team in the NFL heading towards the NFL Draft.
Clinton-Dix’s role will be very important as the Bears look to make the playoffs again, writes Griffin Clark.
Patterson adds a major boost scoring-wise for Chicago, writes Griffin Clark.
Kieth Domon explores why the Buffalo Bills should sign Sam Acho to be Lorenzo Alexander’s eventual replacement.