Bears drop another AFC game

The Bears came into Foxborough knowing  that a tough road to victory lay ahead of them.  They were well prepared but were not prepared for Tom Brady at his very best.  Some are saying it  was the best performance of his storied career.  Brady went 30-35 for 354 yards and five touchdowns.

“I love coaching Tom. I’ve been fortunate to have him the whole career since he’s been here,” Patriots coach Bill Belichick said. “He does a great job of executing the team game plan.

As for Marc Trestman, his future as the Head Coach of the Bears remains to be seen.  The Bears have now dropped two in a row and four out of their last five games. But it was the Patriots ability to score three touchdowns in less than one minute in the second quarter that may have opened that door, beginning  the “chemistry” problem conversation the Bears are evidently going through in the process.

The Bears go into the bye week with many questions to be answered and things will certainly not be easier when they return to action, on the road visiting Green Bay.  Plenty of great seats and cheap tickets are still available!  Get yours now!

Bears lose to Panthers

The Chicago Bears had a 21-14 lead coming out of halftime but the offense seemed to sputter and the team only managed three points in the entire second half of a game against the now NFC South leading Carolina Panthers.  The Panthers utilized a no huddle offense to get them back in the game and kicker Robbie Gould added the finishing kick to win the game 24-31.

“The no-huddle offense has been our edge,” said QB Cam Newton, who threw for 255 yards. “It was not panic time, because we have been in these situations before.”

The Bears (2-3) will have the opportunity to get back to  .500 on the road as they take on the Atlanta Falcons.  Plenty of cheap tickets and great seats are still available so be sure to get yours today and help cheer on your Chicago Bears!


Bears hold on to beat the Jets

The Chicago Bears went into MetLife Stadium with a goal of coming out with a win and the they did just that holding off the Bears and had to hold off QB Geno Smith’s last drive and had not receiver Jeremy Kerley not been out of bounds at the Jets nine yard line.  The Bears pick up the 27-19 victory.

“There were some plays you wish you could have back,” Jets coach Rex Ryan said after the game.

The Bears are back at home next week as the Green Bay Packers come calling.  Great seats and cheap tickets are still available so be sure to get yours now!