Take a quick stroll down memory lane with PFW for a recap of the Bears' Week 13 contests each of the last five seasons.
PFW caught up with Bears play-by-play announcer Jeff Joniak earlier this week to get his take on several topics, including who stands out as the MVP of Chicago's defense.
Bears MLB Brian Urlacher didn't hold back when he was asked about the NFL's disciplinary system for dangerous hits on Wednesday.
Julius Peppers and Brian Urlacher are battling for the top spot on the MVP Meter, and Jay Cutler could be making a late-season surge.
Jay Cutler's four-touchdown performance against the Eagles earned him Offensive Player of the Week honors in Week 12.
This week, Hub Arkush tells us where he thinks Brian Urlacher fits on the list of the franchise's best linebackers and says the Bears need to make a strong effort to re-sign C Olin Kreutz after the season.
PFW's Hub Arkush takes a close look at the potential candidates for the Comeback Player of the Year award and questions why certain players are even considered for the award.
Take a quick stroll down memory lane with PFW for a recap of the Bears' Week 11 contests each of the last five seasons.
MLB Brian Urlacher offered his take on how the Bears' defense is playing heading into Thursday night's game against the Dolphins.
After shutting down Adrian Peterson in Week 10, the Bears are charged with the less daunting task of stuffing Ronnie Brown and Ricky Williams.
MLB Brian Urlacher trails only one player in the race to become the Bears' MVP.
Bears DE Julius Peppers moves into the top spot on the Meter after making four quarterback hits against the Bills.
Brad Maynard's punt late in the fourth quarter earned him special-teams player of the week honors, and Jay Cutler and Julius Peppers also stood out in Chicago's win over Buffalo.
If Buffalo can keep from falling too far behind the Bears, it won't be forced to throw to catch up, and RBs Fred Jackson and C.J. Spiller could be featured more prominently.
If the Bears do become one of the many teams expected to put a claim in on Randy Moss, MLB Brian Urlacher said he would welcome the four-time All-Pro to Chicago.