Posts Tagged ‘Henry Melton’

Monday Night Football Preview: Bears at Lions

Tossed to and fro, from pushing Atlanta aside, to being pushed aside by New Orleans and Green Bay, the Bears season so far has changed many directions.  At its highest peak, the team’s fortunes were most northern after an impressive Week 1 domination of the Falcons, to the most southern point after falling to the […]

Two Steals for Bears: Scouting Henry Melton; finding Tyler Clutts

Two impact players on both sides of the ball. In Week one, Bears defensive tackle Henry Melton tapped into his inner-John Randle and took down Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan a total of seven (two sacks, five QB hits) times. Clearly, it was the most dominant performance by a Bears “three-technique” tackle since Tommie Harris was […]

Bears-Chargers Game Has Intriguing Storylines

The first preseason game is all about making a positive first impression. But the Bears Saturday night game versus the Chargers offers some intriguing storylines too. Consider the game will be the first time… Lovie Smith gets to see his shiny new defensive monster, Julius Peppers, harass an opposing QB. This one just so happens […]

How the Bears D-Line Will Look Come Opening Day

The more I think about it, the more the Bears defensive line reminds me of Megan Fox. At first glance, your eyes focus on the obvious physical talent, which – with the exceptions of Anthony Adams and Marcus Harrison – looks especially good running around in shorts (and helmets). On the other hand, there isn’t […]