PFW fantasy guru William Del Pilar offers his best bets for Week Two, along with some players to avoid at all costs.
PFW associate editor Dan Parr offers his stock analysis of the Bears following their Week One win over the Falcons.
PFW associate editor Dan Parr selects an offensive, defensive and special-teams player of the game for the Bears, coming off their 30-12 win over the Falcons in Week One.
In a game that will be tight throughout, PFW associate editor Dan Parr says the Falcons will top the Bears at Soldier Field.
The Bears announced their captains for the upcoming season on Wednesday, with four of the five players who represented the team in 2010 returning to that role again.
Jay Cutler played just one series and watched as the Bears beat the Bills 10-3 on Saturday night even though the offensive line did little to ease any lingering concerns.
Jay Cutler should be more comfortable in Mike Martz's scheme this season, but will better familiarity lead to better results?
PFW associate editor Dan Parr asks and answers five key questions for the Bears as they head into the 2011 season.
As the NFL hits the reset button and gets back to business after a long lockout, Jay Cutler could use a fresh start of his own.
We break down the fantasy status of Bears players with the potential to be scooped up in drafts, or monitored on the waiver wire, in this Bears fantasy focus.
PFW associate editor Dan Parr ranks the five Bears players most affected by the lockout, counting down from No. 5.
The Bears were fortunate in 2010 when it came to keeping players healthy.
The Bears were able to land the offensive lineman they coveted in the draft, but the O-line could still be leaving Jay Cutler in harm's way far too often.
A difficult three-game stretch awaits the Bears at the start of the 2011 season.
As the leader of the Bears, it's important for Jay Cutler to speak up on his own behalf and tell fans what happened to him during the NFC championship game.