Here's an early look at the top 15 story lines heading into Week 10, including a possible Super Bowl preview and a possible elimination game in the NFC East.
Jay Cutler heads the active list of quarterbacks who are next in line to throw 150 career TD passes.
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.
Bears OLT J’Marcus Webb has eased some of the concerns about his play since QB Jay Cutler lit into him vs. the Packers in Week Two.
The Bears' offense appears to be back in sync, even if the same might not be true of quarterback Jay Cutler and his offensive coordinator.
Heading into Week Two, Bears players and head coach Lovie Smith were in lockstep — offensive coordinator Mike Tice was doing a great job.
Jay Cutler should learn from Aaron Rodgers' off-field behavior, the Redskins must keep RG3 healthy and Reggie Bush keeps turning heads.
In PFW's late-week fantasy QB tips, Jay Cutler should bounce back, while you may want to consider benching Michael Vick and Eli Manning.
Jay Cutler acknowledged that he was wrong to shove J'Marcus Webb during the loss at Green Bay, but generally remained defiant on Tuesday.
David DeChant says Bears fans should expect the offense's, and QB Jay Cutler's, streaky play to continue throughout the season.
In his weekly First 15 column, Eric Edholm takes an early look at the biggest stories that will be tracked closely as we prepare Week Two.
A Philadelphia writer thinks anything short of a Super Bowl appearance could get Eagles coach Andy Reid fired.
In the season debut of “Exploit or Avoid,” we give you five players who should thrive in Week One — and five who could struggle.
If the Bears are going to fulfill huge expectations in 2012, they are likely to do so with a new formula: Riding the offense for a change.
PFW executive editor Dan Arkush offers an early preview of this year’s Packers-Bears rivalry, which figures to be more boisterous than ever.