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Orlando Solar Bears coach Vince Williams failed a one-question quiz Thursday. Do you remember the last time your team lost at Amway Center ? "No,'' Williams said as the Solar Bears prepared to host the Kalamazoo Wings for three games in four nights,
With Super Bowl Sunday having come and gone, Chicago will spend the days ahead wondering when the locals might make another appearance in the biggest game of all...And you can't have a successful quarterback without an offensive mind on staff...They
When Micah Hyde broke free, cutting across the soggy, snowy grain, it appeared the Green Bay Packers might get the final word...But he saw daylight. "I would have liked to burst it into another speed," the cornerback Hyde said, "but I didn't have
The performances of the respective quarterbacks will be under scrutiny in today's win-or-go-home showdown pitting the Packers and Bears that's expected to be a shootout despite a forecast that calls for plummeting temperatures at Soldier Field. "
Before the Bears turned the tide against Brett Favre near the end of his run with the Packers as Lovie Smith's defense found regular success in the rivalry, the organization talked about one day finding a quarterback to compete in the NFC North.
Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler had an awful game against the Green Bay Packers the last time they played and they beat the Bears after pulverizing them. So when asked about the upcoming game against the age old rivals again, Cutler didn't swing
They didn't get the miracle finish, but have they found an answer at kickoff return? Down by a touchdown with 1 minute 28 seconds left against Pittsburgh last Sunday, the Green Bay Packers needed a break and a big play in snowy Lambeau Field and got
Cutler still can enjoy an Eli Manning-style transfiguration this year and become an emblem of self-congratulation for a franchise eager to slap itself on the back. Maybe one game can't justify everything that has come before it, but the Bears
If the Bears lose to the Packers on Sunday and don't make the playoffs, is coach Marc Trestman's first season a failure?...But if Trestman's team can bounce back from last week's disaster, his debut season would clearly be a success. Just as clearly,
But never have the Bears needed McCaskey's kind of confidence that starts at the top more than now, after one of the franchise's most demoralizing defeats in years. The Bears must replace the blank stares of shell-shocked players late Sunday night in