Bears drop opener to Packers

The Chicago Bears were hoping to bring new Head Coach John Fox a season opening victory but were not prepared for the Aaron Rodgers/James Jones connection to be back intact so quickly.  Rodgers hit Jones for four passes for 51 yards and two touchdowns to help defeat the Bears 31-23.

“Green Bay is a pretty good football team,” Fox said. “We were going to have to be near flawless to beat them and we didn’t quite reach that. I think there was a lot of positive things that we’ll be able to build on as a football team moving forward as we get ready for Arizona.”

The Arizona Cardinals beat up on the Saints 31-17 last weekend and will prove a formidable opponent for the Bears.  You can be there live!  Plenty of great seats and affordable tickets are still available so be sure to get yours today!

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Slauson honored Tuesday afternoon

Chicago Bears Guard/Center Matt Slauson was honored after being awarded the Ed Block Courage award, an honor that the players vote on.  They are asked to recognize a peer who exhibits professionalism and dedication while being a positive role model in the community.

The Bears have a lot of decisions to make concerning the upcoming draft.  After the hiring of John Fox as the new Head Coach of the team, it was clear that going into the season with Jay Cutler leading the team is not a viable option, so the possibility of drafting University of Oregon QB Marcus Mariota is becoming more and more fathomable.