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The Chicago Bears versus the Detroit Lions Game Review

By Bryan Dietzler The three win Chicago Bears travelled to Ford Field to take on the eight win Detroit Lions this Sunday.  The game put these two division rivals against one another for the second time this season.  The Bears won the first game these two teams played back in October but times had changed […]

The Chicago Bears versus the Detroit Lions Game Preview

By Bryan Dietzler The 3-9 Chicago Bears will travel to Ford Field in Detroit to take on the 8-4 Detroit Lions this Sunday.  The Bears earned their third win of this season following a 26-6 drubbing of the San Francisco 49ers at home.  Detroit took on the New Orleans Saints and beat them 28-13 last […]

The Chicago Bears versus the Detroit Lions Game Thoughts

By Bryan Dietzler After a 0-3 start, many felt that the Chicago Bears were heading into a downward spiral from which, perhaps, they would never recover.  This team had done a lot of work in the offseason to make themselves better but that work just wasn’t panning out.  They had seemingly been going in reverse […]

Bears Have Chances, Can’t Stop Stafford and Lions in 37-34 OT Loss

New Quarterback, Same Result as Lions Top Bears 20-14

The Bears switch at quarterback looked good for awhile, but in the end it was the same old story, as Chicago fell to the Lions 20-14 at home Sunday. Thanks to a late touchdown run by Joique Bell, the Lions managed to get past Jimmy Clausen and the chaotic Chicago Bears 20-14 Sunday Chicago benched […]

Bears Defense Stuffs Lions in Big 13-7 Monday Night Win to Improve to 5-1

On a night when the offense managed just one TD and a pair of field goals, the Bears defense did their part in a hard fought 13-7 win over the Lions on Monday Night Football at Solider Field. The one high powered Lions offense was held to just seven points, as the Bears extended their […]

Monday Night Football Preview: Bears at Lions

Tossed to and fro, from pushing Atlanta aside, to being pushed aside by New Orleans and Green Bay, the Bears season so far has changed many directions.  At its highest peak, the team’s fortunes were most northern after an impressive Week 1 domination of the Falcons, to the most southern point after falling to the […]

Peppers Says He’s Not Proud of Hit on Stafford Last Year

Bears defensive end Julius Peppers hit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford near the end of the first half of the season opener last September, injuring his right shoulder and sidelining him for six weeks. Peppers was genuinely contrite since the day of the hit. He even went and checked on Stafford’s condition immediately after the game. […]

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