Phil Emery rolled the dice in the seventh round of the draft on Washington State WR Marquess Wilson. Yes, Wilson's off-the-field issues are well documented, but his on-the-field work could be just what the Bears need on offense.
Before the draft, Jon Bostic was not on the radar of many Bears fans. The Florida linebacker was on the radar of opposing quarterbacks, however. Here's why Bostic is just what the Bears D needed.
Whether he's trying to set up a return or block a punt, Joe DeCamillis has a plan for the Bears special teams. See what to watch for to know what's happening inside the insanity of a punt play.
With his $40 million stint at WR now at an end, Devin Hester is once again a full-time returner. Can Joe DeCamillis break Hester out of his slump and into the end zone?
Former Bears head coach Jack Pardee passed away this week at 76. Here's how he led the 1977 Bears past the reigning division champion Minnesota Vikings and put Walter Payton into the record books.
Phil Emery has brought in two new tight ends for his new coaches. Here's how Marc Trestman and Aaron Kromer might use them.
Kromer didn't just coordinate the run game for the Saints - for the first six weeks of last season, he called the whole game as head coach. Here's how Kromer ran it all over the Panthers.
Martellus Bennett is a truly versitile tight end - he can throw a block and catch a pass. Here's how he fared against the division-rival Packers last season.
Brian Urlacher may or may not be back with the Bears next season, but another answer to the question at middle linebacker is waiting in free agency.
Marc Trestman's most well-known game as an offensive coordinator is also his most well-known loss. Here's how Jon Gruden's Bucaneers defeated Trestman's Raiders, and why the loss might spell trouble for the 2013 Bears.
Marc Trestman called a pass-heavy offense in Oakland, but he never forgot about his running backs. Jog your memory with a preview of what the Bears' run game will look like next season.
Three routes all on one side of the field - a defense can't stop them all. Here's how Marc Trestman replaces the run game with the pass.
New Bears defensive coordinator Mel Tucker will be running a 4-3 in Chicago. Here's a look at how Tucker called a game against an all-too-familiar foe: the Green Bay Packers.
A look at the career and defensive background of new Bears DC Mel Tucker. Will his record of mediocrity continue in Chicago?
Four plays, seventy yards, six points. A look at Marc Trestman's fast-paced passing offense as he ran it in the CFL.
Does the old saying that "defense wins championships" hold true when it comes to a choice of head coach?
A look at the options the Bears' new head coach will have on his defense. Should he stick with Rod Marinelli, find a new Tampa 2 guy, or blow it all up?
Alshon Jeffery got a strong lesson in what exactly offensive pass interference is. Time for you to get the same.
Lovie Smith's seat is getting hotter by the day, but how much blame does the coach deserve for the team's continued offense woes?
The read option is often called a "college offense," but it made the Bears defense look like a Pop Warner team. Here's how the Seahawks read their way to a win.
Jason Campbell was upstaged by San Francisco's rookie QB, but the real difference between the two teams came out in the run game. Here's how the 49ers got it done and the Bears got done in.
Ron Rivera's Panthers found plenty of yards for the taking against the Bears, but the Bears D held up when it mattered most. Here's how Lovie's guys got it done.
Ron Rivera knows a thing or two about the Bears defense, so it's no surprise his team came out strong against Lovie Smith's Tampa 2. Here's how he moved the ball against his former team.
The Bears managed to strike early against the Lions, getting their sole touchdown on their first possession. Was it thanks to the left side of the line, or in spite of it?