Here’s a look at the Bears by the numbers as they prepare to face the Cardinals at State Farm Stadium on Sunday.
by: Rich Campbell — Chicago Tribune 2h
Wide receiver Taylor Gabriel has played 90 percent of the Bears’ snaps through two games, which far outpaces his previous single-season high of 58 percent with the Browns during his rookie season in 2014.
by: Brad Biggs, Rich Campbell, Colleen Kane, Dan Wiederer — Chicago Tribune 2h
Bears burning questions: Chicago Tribune writers address key issues
by: Rich Campbell — Chicago Tribune 16h
Bears coach Matt Nagy is still finding his rhythm as a play-caller. He acknowledged that running back Jordan Howard should get more carries.
by: Rich Campbell — Chicago Tribune 18h
Mitch Trubisky and Matt Nagy on Wednesday discussed the quarterback's use of his eyes to manipulate the defense, his knowledge of progressions and the Cardinals blitzing defense.
by: Brad Biggs — Chicago Tribune 19h
Brad Biggs answers your Bears questions weekly. How has the offensive line played? Where is Mitch Trubisky in his development? What's going on with the running game and Jordan Howard and much more.
by: Phil Thompson — Chicago Tribune 21h
Taking a look at several underachievers, including David Johnson, Allen Robinson and LeSean McCoy, and determining whether you should hold or fold.
by: Mark Maske — Chicago Tribune 23h
Two weeks into the NFL season, the offensive numbers are staggering. Scoring is up. Quarterbacks are dominating. Defenses don't seem to have a chance, with their attempts to do anything about it often greeted by penalty flags. It is, for the most part,...
‘Reaching for the stars’: The story behind Prince Amukamara’s 10-interception goal and his first step to get there
by: Dan Wiederer — Chicago Tribune 23h
Bears cornerback Prince Amukamara had given himself a lofty goal to chase this season — 10 interceptions. And in Week 2, the veteran punctuated his first interception in forever with his first NFL touchdown. Validation? Not quite. But certainly a step in.
by: Colleen Kane — Chicago Tribune 19 Sep
Bears linebacker Danny Trevathan had eight tackles, two sacks for minus-6 yards, two quarterback hurries and a forced fumble against the Seahawks.
5 observations from re-watching the Bears-Seahawks game: Mitch Trubisky's resilience, the Khalil Mack Effect, Jordan Howard's low average and more
by: Rich Campbell — Chicago Tribune 19 Sep
Five observations from the Bears' win over the Seahawks include Mitch Trubisky overcoming two interceptions, Khalil Mack affecting three sacks by teammates and Jordan Howard's low rushing average.
by: Brad Biggs — Chicago Tribune 19 Sep
Bears rewind: Film review of Monday's 27-24 victory over the Seahawks showed the Bears got more creative with their pressures this week and had much more success sending more than four defenders after the quarterback.