Bears DE Julius Peppers has been pretty disruptive this season, and he could ramp up his production against the Bills on Sunday.
This week, Hub Arkush says all the blame goes to Jay Cutler for his Week Seven performance and says no one should expect Roberto Garza's return from knee surgery to make a major difference on the offensive line.
Bears DE Juilus Peppers' streak without making at least half a sack extended to three games on Sunday.
Jay Cutler is barely hanging on to the No. 1 spot on the MVP Meter after committing five turnovers against the Redskins.
With pass-protection issues endangering QB Jay Cutler and frequent personnel changes on the offensive line receiving most of the attention in Chicago, the Bears' performance on defense is flying a bit under the radar.
After a quiet game against Seahawks rookie OLT Russell Okung last week, Julius Peppers will face another rookie this week in Redskins OLT Trent Williams, who has held up surprisingly well going up against elite pass-rushing talent.
Even the elite players are going to have a bad day once in a while. Julius Peppers had his on Sunday, which was surprising.
Devin Hester returns to the Meter this week after his 89-yard punt return for a touchdown.
Associate editor Dan Parr says the Bears' pass rush will overwhelm the Seahawks at times in a Week Six win for Chicago.
This week, PFW publisher and Bears expert Hub Arkush cautions against getting optimistic about the team's running game and says TE Desmond Clark is being underutilized by Mike Martz.
Matt Hasselbeck was sacked seven times in the two games before Seattle's Week Five bye, and he could struggle to establish much of a rhythm with Julius Peppers bearing down on him Sunday.
For the third week in a row, I don't think there's much debate about the answer to the question at hand.
If anyone was doubting just how much QB Jay Cutler means to the Bears' offense, watching Sunday's game should have made it more clear.
Matt Forté, Julius Peppers and Israel Idonije starred in the Bears' Week Five win.
Matt Forte rushed for 166 yards and two touchdowns, Julius Peppers led a ferocious defense and the Bears overcame four interceptions by backup quarterback Todd Collins to beat the winless Panthers 23-6 on Sunday.