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, October 4, 2018 ONE OF OUR OWN COULD USE A BIT OF HELPBEAR DOWN, CHICAGO BEARS, BEAR DOWN!!!!BEARRRSSSSZeglinski: The Long road back - Kyle Long’s patience and emblem of the Bears’ return - ire-to-wire 48-10 blowout of the Buccaneers, a wandering camera caught the Bears’ Kyle Long smiling. It was a symbol of how easy Chicago’s domination of Tampa Bay was. A seal of approval from a veteran and rare offensive lineman with name recognition. The few seconds the camera caught Long grinning from ear to ear merely underscored what Long has been through to return to a Bears team of this potential, with this talent, and at a launch point unparalleled in recent memory.Wiederer: Khalil Mack’s dominance has elevated a suddenly special defense - Chicago Tribune - With the Chicago Bears holding a 3-1 record into their week off, we take a look at Khalil Mack’s MVP-level emergence as well as the impressive production of supporting cast members like Akiem Hicks, Eddie Jackson and Danny Trevathan.Finley: How Khalil Mack’s play, and attitude, lifts the Bears - Sun Times - Khalil Mack, one of the NFL’s best players and its richest defender ever, emanated an energy not seen in Halas Hall since Brian Urlacher’s retirement.Finley:Bears DE Akiem Hicks won’t be suspended for shoving official - Chicago Sun-Time -Akiem Hicks has been one of the Bears’ defensive stars through four games, totaling three sacks.Potash: As broken hand heals, Bears LB Leonard Floyd eyes bigger impact on defense - Sun Times - With a bye week providing extra time for rest, the Bears pass rusher hopes to return for Week 6 ready to go off.Finley: Jared Goff, not Bears QB Mitch Trubisky, wins NFC Offensive Player of the Week - Chicago Sun-Times - The best game of Mitch Trubisky’s life wasn’t tops in his own conference last week.Spielberger: State of the Bears - An early examination of their 2019 salary cap health - The Blitz Network - The Bears and general manager Ryan Pace were aggressive in free agency throughout the 2018 off- season: culminating with the blockbuster trade and long-term extension of Khalil Mack. In addition to attracting new talent to Chicago, the Bears made sure to take care of their own, rewarding Eddie Goldman with a well-deserved four-year, $42 million contract extension before the season began.Medina: The Bears Suddenly Have the Best Playoff Odds in the NFC North - Bleacher Nation - Well how about that?Wednesday weigh-in: Bears bye week - ChicagoBears.com - Bears coach Matt Nagy is giving his players the entire week off during their bye before returning to Halas Hall Monday when they will begin preparing to face the Miami Dolphins.Perez: It’s time for Chicago Bears fans to expect a deep playoff run - Bears Wire - In this latest episode of The Bears Wire Podcast, host Bryan Perez explains why Bears fans should embrace the new winning culture in Chicago.Perez: Chicago Bears are happy with Leonard Floyd’s play against the run - Bears Wire - Despite zero sacks to start the season, the Chicago Bears coaching staff is happy with how Leonard Floyd has played against the run.Hoge: Akiem Hicks Avoids Suspension After Pushing Official - WGN Radio - Bears defensive lineman Akiem Hicks will not be suspended after making contact with an official in Sunday’s 48-10 victory over the Buccaneers, a source told WGN Radio Tuesday evening.Stankevitz: A defining game for Trubisky, or a flash in the pan? - NBC Sports ChicagoWas Mitch Trubisky's breakout performance on Sunday a sign of things to come, or a one-time deal after three ineffective games?Under Center Podcast: Is the off week coming at the right time for the Bears? | NBC Sports Chicago - JJ Stankevitz and John “Moon” Mullin look at whether the Bears’ off week—it’s not the bye week—is coming at the right time for a team that seemingly has some momentum after Sunday’s win over Tampa Bay.3 Bears make Pro Football Focus All-Pro team for first quarter of season - NBC Sports Chicago - The Bears are well-represented on Pro Football Focus' All-Pro team.Charles Leno Jr. is living his best life during the Bears' bye week - NBC Sports Chicago - Leno Jr. is feelingFirst and Final Thoughts: Is the early bye week actually helpful? - NBC Sports Chicago - We're almost on to the bye week.Joniak: Mack's Attitude, Work Ethic 'Contagious' - 670 The Score - The Bears credit Khalil Mack for setting the tone every day.Eurich: Tarik Cohen on the Bears: 'We're No. 1' - 247Sports.com - “We’re No. 1,” Cohen said on Reiter Than You, via CBS Sports Radio. “That’s what we like to think. We’re going to come out every Sunday and play like we’re the best team in the NFL. We’re going to keep working until we can prove that.”Smith Earns An A On 1st-Round Rookie Report-Card Grades at NFL's Quarter Mark - Bleacher Report - Early splashes and duds—it's time for first-quarter rookie report cards following Week 4 ofNFLaction. It didn't take long to see all five first-round quarterbacks on the field...Kaplan: Akiem Hicks of Chicago Bears won't be suspended for pushing referee - ESPN - Bears defensive end Akiem Hicks will not be suspended after he was ejected from Sunday's game for pushing a referee during a scuffle, a source confirmed to ESPN.Hughes: Grades (and Haikus!) For the NFC North’s Top Team at the Quarter Mark - Da Bears Blog - Six touchdown passes.The ghost of Johnny LujackRecedes into darkVideo-Room: Mitch Trubisky Corrected Some Major Issues – At Least http://www.chicagobearsteamonline.com/danny-trevathan-jersey
, For One Week - Bleacher Nation - Mitch Trubisky made progress in areas in which he has previously struggled.POLISH SAUSAGERams’ defense pressuring opposing quarterbacks more than any other team – ProFootballTalk - Everyone knows the Rams’ offense is setting the world on fire, but the Rams’ defense probably deserves more credit for the team’s 4-0 start. Particularly impressive is the Rams’ pass rush, which is putting pressure on opposing quarterbacks more frequently than any other defense in the NFL.Baker Mayfield takes the blame for Browns’ nine drops – ProFootballTalk - Baker Mayfield took the blame. For everything. The four turnovers -- two fumbles and two interceptions? His fault. The three-and-out in overtime? His fault. The nine dropped passes? His fault. The loss, though, wasn’t all on the rookie quarterback.KNOW THY ENEMYThe Packers run too often on 2nd- or 3rd-and-long - Acme Packing Company - Old school teams are happy to waste plays on 2nd and long, but the smart ones now value every possession.Packers Film Room: It’s time for Aaron Rodgers to let go, Pt. 1 - Acme Packing Company - Of the football, that is.Aaron Rodgers: I have a great relationship with Mike McCarthy – ProFootballTalk - Aaron Rodgers still isn’t happy about the Packers’ offensive production Sunday, but he isn’t mad at Mike McCarthy. The quarterback’s references to the game plan Sunday after the Packers’ shutout of the Bills prompted many to wonder whether friction had developed between Rodgers and McCarthy.Lions notes: Detroit has the NFL’ worst red zone offense - Pride Of Detroit - The Lions offense is at its worst when it’s near the goal line.Early struggles for the Vikings, it’s okay to be upset - Daily Norseman - And if you’re not, that’s fine.Packers Wednesday Injury Report, Week 5: Who needs a first-string offense anyway? - Acme Packing Company - Aaron Rodgers and all of his major receivers were on today’s practice report.IN CASE YOU MISSED IT ON WINDY CITY GRIDIRONZeglinski: Chicago Bears’ Khalil Mack highlights Pro Football Focus first-quarter All-Pro team - Windy City Gridiron - As the Bears rest during their bye week, accolades are rolling in for the NFL’s best defense.Wiltfong's Chicago Bears Sackwatch 2018: Week 4 vs. the Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Windy City Gridiron - Even though the Chicago Bears have given up 9 sacks in the first three weeks, I thought their pass protection has been solid. 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What the approximate last month has done is a facilitate Bears positional battles.Perez: Is Tarik Cohen the NFL’s most dangerous punt returner? - Bears Wire - Chicago Bears RB Tarik Cohen was picked as the player most likely to be this year's All-Pro punt returner by NFL.comStankevitz: A unit-by unit look at what questions the Bears will have to answer in putting together their 53-man roster - NBC Sports Chicago - Almost every unit has a key question that will have to be answered as the Bears work to find the right mix of players for their Week 1 53-man roster.Cox: Tarik Cohen projected as first-team All-Pro for 2018 - NBC Sports Chicago - NFL.com released early projections for this year’s first-team All-Pros, and Tarik Cohen was the only Bears player to make the cut. The caveat? It’s not on offense.LeGere: 5 questions Bears must answer in next 2 weeks - 247Sports - With just 17 days of preparation left before the Bears head north for their Sunday night regular-season opener against the Packers in Green Bay, they still have plenty of questions.LeGere: Bears' Robertson-Harris continues to grow into defensive end role - Daily Herald - Defensive end Roy Robertson-Harris is trying to parlay his successful preseason into the starting job at right end on a Bears defense that was a top-10 unit last year but is looking for someone to team with defensive end Akiem Hicks and nose tackle Eddie Goldman,Wiederer & Campbell: What to make of the Bears defense as it suddenly limps toward Week 1 - Chicago Tribune - The Bears suddenly have injury issues with three key defensive players — Leonard Floyd, Roquan Smith and Akiem Hicks — which brings into question just what to expect from the defense in 2018. Rich Campbell and Dan Wiederer discuss in Real Talk.Wiederer: New helmet rule has Bears perplexed 'You don’t really know how you’re supposed to tackle anymore' - Chicago Tribune - As the NFL tries to heighten player safety with a new rule that prohibits players from lowering their head and initiating contact with their helmets, confusion has spread. Bears cornerback Kyle Fuller drew a bogus penalty Saturday, bringing new questions on the matter.Campbell & Wiederer: Injuries hit the Bears on defense - Chicago Tribune - Welcome to the weekly Bear Download podcast with Rich Campbell and Dan Wiederer.Finley: Matt Nagy, Mitch Trubisky uniting for first Bears gameplan together - Sun-Times - Mitch Trubisky knows how Matt Nagy likes to coach. This week, he’s learning how he likes to gameplan.Potash: NFL helmet rule enforcement creating havoc - Sun Times - If it takes the kill shot out of the game ... it’s worth the pain NFL teams, players and fans are suffering now — and will suffer this season.NFL breakout players 2018: WR Josh Bellamy will bust butt for the Bears - SBNation.com - The wide receiver can run any route, and he’ll do whatever the Bears ask of him.Bernstein: Key Bears Are Getting Hurt, Again - 670 The Score - Leonard Floyd, Akiem Hicks and Roquan Smith have various ailments.Gabriel: Breaking Down Bears' Roster Bubble - 670 The Score - Injuries at linebacker and tight end could affect decisions elsewhere.Joniak's Journal: Confusion Reigns Regarding Helmet-Contact Rule - 670 The Score - The Bears were back at work Tuesday preparing for a game against the Chiefs on Saturday. Here are the notes and observations of the day.First impression: There are frustrated players throughout the league who aren't sure what to make of the new helmet-contact rule and all the flags thrown correctly or incorrectly. Eurich: Bears on roster bubble - 247Sports - These Chicago Bears are facing a battle to make the roster.Eurich: Bears weekly top matchups - 247Sports - The 2018 season will feature a lot of tough matchups for the Chicago Bears.Friedell: Chicago Bears' Roquan Smith, James Daniels could crack starting lineup - ESPN - With top pick Roquan Smith finally ready to see preseason action, the Bears should get early contributions from him, James Daniels and Anthony Miller.Dannehy: RRH Could Be the Pass Rusher the Bears Need - Da Bears Blog - While fans debate far-fetched trade scenarios for former first-round picks like Khalil Mack, Dante Fowler and Shane Ray, the player they’re most likely going to need to pick up the slack is a former undrafted rookie free agent with just two career sacks.Medina: Could the Bears Trade From Their Offensive Line Depth to Address Other Areas of Need? - Bleacher Nation - The Bears have a group of offensive linemen for a limited number of spots on the 53-man roster. Is there possible trade bait here?Medina: The NFC North is Loaded with Red Zone Studs, But Trey Burton is the Best of the Bunch - Bleacher Nation - Trey Burton as an elite red zone target? Yes, please!Mayer: Trubisky continuing to focus on timing, rhythm - ChicagoBears.com - With each practice and preseason game, the rhythm and timing between Bears quarterback Mitchell Trubisky and his receivers has improved. 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