A Week 1 victory for the Chicago Bears might have shown running backs and tight ends could be the key in Week 2.
by: Jason Lieser — Chicago Sun-Times 16 Sep
The Bears will have a legitimate problem fitting a splashy new contract extension for Robinson into their tight financial situation. But whose fault is that?
by: Barry Jackson — Miami Herald: Sports Buzz 15 Sep
Miami Dolphins offensive nuggets, by position, with feedback from coaches on Tuesday:
by: Mark Potash — Chicago Sun-Times 15 Sep
The Bears wide receiver — who doesn’t make waves — seemed to express frustration with negotiations on a long-term contract when he eliminated references to the Bears in his Instagram and Twitter accounts. It might be time to get the deal done.
by: Barry Jackson — Miami Herald: Sports Buzz 14 Sep
Some of the Miami Dolphins’ playing time allocation choices Sunday were head-scratchers, including fullback Chandler Cox playing more that starting tailback Jordan Howard, cornerback Nik Needham playing no defensive snaps at all (compared to 31 for...
by: Bryan Perez — USA Today: Bears Wire 14 Sep
The 2020 NFL season got off to a wild start for the Chicago Bears after a come-from-behind 27-23 victory over the Detroit Lions at Ford Field on Sunday. Mitch Trubisky wrestled victory from the jaw…
by: Kevin Nogle — SB Nation: The Phinsider 14 Sep
The Miami Dolphins lost to the New England Patriots on Sunday, dropping to 0-1 on the year with the 21-11 final score. It was a rough game, with the Dolphins offense failing to find a rhythm and...
by: Jason Lieser — Chicago Sun-Times 11 Sep
The Bears are eight games under .500 during Pace’s tenure. Nagy’s offense has been bottom-12 in points and yards. Can either man keep his job if it’s more of the same this season?
by: Dan Wiederer — Chicago Tribune 10 Sep
If the Chicago Bears are to return to the NFL's postseason party, these five players will need to play major roles — including star linebacker Khalil Mack.
by: Mark Cannizzaro — New York Post 9 Sep
Mark Cannizzaro previews the AFC East as The Post gives division-by-division breakdowns ahead of the 2020 NFL season. 1. New England Patriots Coach: Bill Belichick 2019 record: 12-4 O/U wins: 9
by: Barry Jackson and Adam Beasley — Miami Herald 9 Sep
The NFL has implemented new practice-squad rules and the Dolphins have decided to take advantage of at least one of them, not take advantage of another one of them, with a decision pending on the third.
by: Brian Miller — Fansided: Phin Phanatic 8 Sep
The Miami Dolphins released their first depth chart of the 2020 season on Monday. Typically fans get to see the Miami Dolphins depth chart evolve through t...