Posts Tagged ‘mark bradley’

Breakdown of the Bears Offense Following Cut Down Day

Quarterbacks: Caleb Hanie is a welcomed addition to the 53-man club because he possesses an “NFL arm (zips deep passes with ease)” and superb mobility, something you need when taking snaps with an incredibly shaky offensive line (total understatement). Hanie’s confidence was apparent in the preseason, while displaying keen awareness to go along good decision-making […]

Chicago Bears 2008 Preview Report

By Andy Benoit, www.NFLTouchdown.com Predicted: 3rd 2007 Record: 7-9 (4th NFC North) Head Coach: Love Smith (5th year) Roster Quick View *rookie **new veteran Offense QB: Rex Grossman If by potential you mean jittery, inconsistent, unreliable, up-and-down, shaky, maddening, bizarre passing abilities, then yeah, he’s still loaded with potential. RB: Matt Forte* Pass-blocking and receiving […]

Out With The Old Sticking With The Youth: Bears Ready For Action-Packed Off Season

Newsflash – Just Two of Many Moves to Come: The Chicago Bears parted ways with their overpaid, underachieving veteran WR Mushin Muhammad while rewarding two-way (balanced) DE Alex Brown with a two-year extension. Both moves sound good to me and were the “right” decisions to be made. Brown is a young defensive lineman that can […]