Close Article Return to stream X

Chicago Bears Rants and Raves…

+Read full article

Degenerate Status

Since when has Madden Football 2011 become so darn hard or are the Bears are crappy or both. I have spent the better part of my yesterday trying to figure out this game (and honestly, I am not on the easy mode…I have played it in the past). But the graphics, attention to detail, etc. can draw in even the most novice video game player.

My goal is to figure out what the 900 buttons and actually execute certain features. Gone are my days of Tecmo Super Bowl where there are two buttons and endless possibilities. Can someone please throw me a bone and find a happy medium.

The Preseason

OK, the league can spin this any way they want, but as someone with season tickets in the family, the preseason is an easy way for the Bears to charge us for two glorified practices. As rumors are floating around about the league expanding to 18 games, most season ticket holders would agree that this is a good idea. If the league wants to keep this crazy schedule, do all of us a favor…play in a place that does not normally have NFL football. For example, the Chicago Bears should treat fans in college towns to some Chicago Bears football. Why not play at Illinois State or Eastern Illinois? The people will love it and us season ticket holders will be spared an unneeded expense.

Let the prayers for the 18 game season begin!!!

Your Favorites
Close Article Return to stream X
NFL Videos

Brandon Marshall Tells Rich Eisen He Hasn't Spoken To Jay Cutler

During a recent appearance on ' The Rich Eisen Show', former Chicago Bears and current New York Jets wide receiver Brandon Marshall was asked about his relationship with his old quarterback, Jay Cutler. Marshall, who has zero chill, replied that he had not spoken to Cutler in "two years." Naturally, Eisen was shocked and mentioned that they were teammates just a season ago. Marshall essentially confirmed that they were not talking off the field during his last year in Chicago, but ultimately wished Cutler well.

Comment 0 Comments