Stories by Hub Arkush
The Bears will have their hands full Sunday with Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Hub Arkush writes.
With a third of the NFL season now in the rear-view mirror and the trade deadline just two weeks away, it’s time to take a breath, make an honest evaluation of who these Chicago Bears are, and what should and must come next, Hub Arkush writes.
There was the first quarter the Bears dominated, and then there were the final three quarters in which they were both outplayed and outcoached, Hub Arkush writes.
It should end up being worth it, but there is a price to pay for the Bears to start Justin Fields so early in his career, Hub Arkush writes
Sunday's loss loss was the kind you bargain for when your coaches are playing catch up all day and you put a young quarterback out there against one of the best to ever play the position. The Bears must do better, Hub Arkush writes.
This will certainly be a statement game for the Bears – one way or the other – and it is a first-place showdown. Do the Bears have enough to take down the Packers?
The Bears will have to play much better than they did against the Raiders to beat Aaron Rodgers and company, but suddenly it feels like they have a puncher’s chance, Hub Arkush writes.
A review of Sunday's game against the Raiders shows a Bears team that is quickly improving in multiple areas, Hub Arkush writes.
As much as we are often made to feel it's heresy to say anything good about the man, the Bears' beatdown of the Raiders was a “Matt Nagy win.”
The Bears beat the Raiders with ferocious defense Sunday. Justin Fields showcased his toughness and leadership. All-in-all, there were a lot of encouraging signs for the Bears, Hub Arkush writes.