The offensive line has been one of the Bears' more talked-about position groups all season long, and it's at the forefront of the discussion again this week.
Bears offensive coordinator Mike Martz took a break from preparing to face the Packers' fifth-ranked defense to meet with the media Wednesday at Halas Hall.
The obsession with analyzing his demeanor is probably not going away, but with his play on the field, Jay Cutler is making all that talk a side story in the background of a more meaningful tale.
The hype around this rivalry is set to hit a new high.
Look for the ratings to go through the roof next Sunday afternoon when Mike McCarthy’s troops soldier on in Soldier Field against the Bears in the third matchup this season between these arch-rivals in this season’s NFC championship.
The Seahawks are beaming after their upset win last week, but they are not going to pull off another surprise at Soldier Field.
Participating in one's first playoff game can lead to less-than-desirable results for any quarterback, as Chiefs QB Matt Cassel found out in the wild-card round. The NFList looks at how the seven quarterbacks in the divisional round — minus Jay ...
The Seahawks had little trouble tearing through Chicago's offensive line on Oct. 17, when QB Jay Cutler was sacked six times in his first game back after suffering a concussion.
Here's what the Bears' Jay Cutler, Greg Olsen and Anthony Adams are saying in advance of their game against the Seahawks on Sunday.
The media room at Halas Hall was more packed than usual for Jay Cutler's weekly press conference, but Cutler said that's the only change he noticed this week as the Bears prepare for their first playoff game since ...
Every coach and player finds that the spotlight burns brighter in the playoffs, but these five Bears are among those who will be monitored closer than others against the Seahawks.
It took five seasons, but Bears QB Jay Cutler is ready for his first playoff appearance in the NFL. PFW correspondent Bob LeGere details how Cutler has worked to learn Mike Martz's complex offense.
One week after losing to the Packers, the Bears have a reason to thank their rivals. Green Bay's road win over Philadelphia Sunday ensured that Chicago will host Seattle, the least-respected team in the playoffs, next Sunday.
Here's a sampling of what Bears players are saying as they prepare for their Jan. 16 playoff game at Soldier Field.
The Bears' offense can't afford to stray far from the blueprint that led to its success following a well-utilized bye in Week Eight.