There’s Snow Time Like The Present

By the time the game was finished on Sunday, even the most stubborn of pessimist fans couldn’t deny that it felt damn good to watch the Chicago Bears lay a beating on somebody. The San Francisco 49ers were by no means a worthy adversary.  Their effort waned with great frequency, abandoned fully by late in…

The Fog of Bore

The fog rolled over Chicago, and on a day perfect for football, the attitude surrounding the home team was perhaps gloomier than the environs. It's a dark, dreary day at Soldier Field. Unfortunately it looks like the fog will clear out enough to allow fans to see today's game. pic.twitter.com/VAXcAX0mIk — Matt Zahn (@mattzahnsports) November…

The Bears Lebowski

The injuries are not the issue here, Dude. Okay, so they’re certainly not helping.  Our lives as Bears fans were plodding along just fine.  We mosied the aisles of NFL fandom before writing a check for a carton of half-and-half, returned home to our dismal domiciles, and then Hroniss Grasu blew out his knee in…

Hot Pockets & Saran Wrap: State of the 2016 Chicago Bears Offense

It’s that time of the year where all we really have are the dreary eggshell walk of the preseason and collar-adjusting paranoia surrounding injuries and if the team really is that bad (or in some cases that good).  Much like the NFL draft festivities, it’s much ado about nothing, as until the team trims its roster…

Pre-Preseason Endurance Challenge Accepted..and lost.

Well that didn’t take long. Bears fans have had a rough go of it since February, really.  You could argue the fans have had it badly for years now, but let’s try to focus our frustrations on the 2016 season for now. Pernell McPhee’s knee was a problem coming into his Bears tenure, and as…