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Tribune staff reporterThe Bears' Champaign experience came to a dismal, fitting close Sunday with a 15-0 loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in which Bucs defensive tackle Warren Sapp taunted some of the stalwart crowd of 44,406. "Not in our house" was nowhere to be heard, and...
Tribune staff reporterAmateur philosophers and armchair psychologists will look at the Bears' 30-20 loss to the Green Bay Packers on Sunday as somehow emblematic of the entire 2002 season, and they won't be wrong. They had several opportunities to win, made even more...
Tags: Death, Olin Kreutz, Ryan Longwell, Keith McKenzie, Chicago Bears
Tribune staff reporterFireworks preceded Sunday night's kickoff, and onto the field rode the Vikings mascot on a motorcycle as a cheerleader on a purple snowmobile trailed close behind. In the stands, 64,144 screaming fans blew into bullhorns, while over the speakers blared...
Tribune staff reporterAs they prepared for Sunday's game with the Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens, Bears players saw a chance to measure themselves and their progress as a team. As they cut away the tape and picked up after a 17-6 loss, they didn't particularly like what...
Tags: Baltimore Ravens, Phillip Daniels, Death, Ray Lewis, Jamal Lewis
Tribune staff reporterFor the shaken and reeling Bears, Sunday's game against the Philadelphia Eagles in Champaign looms as nothing short of a shot at redemption. Not necessarily redemption for the season; that will take more than one game since no Bears team has ever lost...
Tribune staff reporterInto the arms of Chicago Bears teammate Alex Brown he jumped. Then Paul Edinger disappeared into a mound of Bears mania seconds after kicking a 48-yard field goal as time expired Sunday to give his team a 24-21 comeback victory over the Oakland Raiders at...
Tribune staff reporterAs Bears defensive players huddled on the Chargers' 1-yard line midway through the fourth quarter of a close game Sunday, they felt like they were on familiar ground. And it had nothing to do with the sod being at Soldier Field. The Bears clung...
Tribune staff reporterThe Bears went to Atlanta with a case of attitude, perhaps difficult to understand of a team that hasn't won very often since the mid-1990s. After Sunday's 31-3 mauling of the Falcons, in which they scored those 31 points in the final 32 minutes, they...
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