This week, PFW selects Doug Martin, Tim Jennings and Olivier Vernon as its Players of the Week.
All four NFC North teams stayed home in Week Nine, and only the Vikings failed to make use of their advantage.
Tim Jennings returned an interception for a TD and Robbie Gould booted the game-winning field goal as the Bears edged the Panthers.
While DT Henry Melton has not made as many flashy plays as some Bears defenders, his steady performance is not going unnoticed.
Bears CB Charles Tillman has been anything but a liability in Chicago this season.
Things continued looking up for the Bears, Vikings and Packers in Week Seven after victories over the Lions, Cardinals and Rams, respectively.
If there is anyone foolish enough to continue to question whether Cutler is tough or not, Monday night was only the latest evidence to fly in the face of that theory.
Brandon Marshall scored the Bears' lone touchdown and the defense forced four turnovers as Chicago beat Detroit 13-7 on Monday night.
Hard work and renewed confidence are paying off for Bears CB Tim Jennings, as he is producing the best season of his NFL career.
When Julius Peppers told reporters the Bears’ bye would be a good opportunity to “rest up and get guys healthy,” he was not referring to his teammates alone.
The Bears released former first-round OT Chris Williams and brought back CB Zackary Bowman.
The Packers' convincing win over the previously undefeated Texans was the NFC North's highlight attraction in Week Six action.
The Bears signed TE Brody Eldridge to a one-year deal and waived RB Kahlil Bell.
Brian Urlacher is not beating players to the point as frequently as he did in prior years and is on pace for a career-low 64 tackles.
Bears WR Alshon Jeffery suffered a fracture in his right hand in Sunday’s win over Jacksonville, ESPN Chicago first reported.