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Author: Ryan Olson

Explaining Why the Bears Are so Interested in Carson Wentz

Reading Time: 4 minutes Over the past 48 hours, we have seen numerous reports about the Bears having interest in QB Carson Wentz. From the naked eye this may seem confusing because Wentz is coming off the worst year of his career and probably one of the worst years in recent memory for a QB, especially for the QBs held to the standard that he was once held to. Wentz threw 15 interceptions, leading the league in that category, and fumbled 10 times in only 12 games. Wentz is currently riding a 4-year, $128 million contract, a hefty contract...

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Three Keys for the Bears to Upset the Saints in New Orleans

Reading Time: 4 minutesHow the Bears could upset the Saints in the dome for a playoff win: The Bears are coming off a near 20-point loss in a very winnable game against the Packers, which they essentially lost because they only converted one touchdown on five redzone trips. If it weren’t for a Cole Kmet fumble in friendly territory and a very late pass interference call on a 4th down fade down the field to Davante Adams, this game could have honestly gone any which way. This game would eventually prove mathematically insignificant for the Bears, as the Rams...

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The Keys to a Bears Victory Over the Packers

Reading Time: 3 minutes The Bears magic number is down to one after securing a win against the Jaguars, and the 49ers win over the Cardinals. Even though the Bears are the holders of the 3rd wildcard spot and the 7th playoff spot in the NFC, playoff football for the Bears still looks like a reach. In order to make the playoffs, the Bears either need to secure a win against the Packers, or the Rams need to win against the Cardinals. The Rams will be without their $134 million quarterback, Jared Goff, in their game which is essentially...

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How the Bears are Chasing Down a Playoff Berth

Reading Time: 3 minutesWith 2 games left in the 2020/2021 NFL season, the Bears are just one game behind the Arizona Cardinals in the playoff race. After a divisional win, the Bears head into Jacksonville to face the 1-13 Jaguars, who have placed themselves into the Trevor Lawrence lottery with a Jets win over the Rams on Sunday. With the Bears offensive line getting healthier by the week, they have completely turned around the offense with the help of new offensive coordinator Bill Lazor and his new offensive mechanics. For just the second time in Bears history, the Bears...

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Why The Bears Should Fire GM Ryan Pace

Reading Time: 3 minutesThere’s a saying that losing is the ultimate motivator of change, but somehow it’s 2020 and almost 2021, and the Chicago Bears are still jumping through the same hoops that they were in 2018. In 2018 we saw a Super Bowl level defense mixed with a replacement level offense that would then lose a heartbreaker to the defending champs. With Bears fans hearts at all time low, they still knew this wouldn’t be the end of it, with an offense only destined to improve under 3rd year QB Mitchell Trubisky. This team was hungry to say...

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