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Enough is Enough, Lions Must Fire Jim Caldwell

Lions Barroom contributor Kyle Mallett traveled to Chicago’s Soldier Field Sunday and what he saw convinced him that it is time for the Lions to fire Jim Caldwell. His rant is completely understandable after the Lions looked miserable in their 17-14 loss to the

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Ryan Pace and the Art of War: Establishing a Winning Culture and Roster

Sun Tzu’s The Art of War  is commonly thought of as a complete work on military strategy and tactics. While Sun Tzu’s work goes into intricate detail on warfare and all that it entails, the concepts and theories developed have transcended across the

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2016 Chicago Bears Preseason Schedule

National Beer Day AND the release of the Bears preseason schedule? Dear Lord, what have I done to deserve such gifts. Lots of fans say these games mean nothing, but I beg to disagree. There are some great stories about

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Jay Cutler: Misunderstood, Mismanaged & Mister Redemption

MarceJay Cutler arrived to Chicago in 2009, the centerpiece of the biggest Bears trade for a quarterback in franchise history. (The trade for Sid Luckman in 1938, was for a draft pick that George Halas used to select the QB

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Bears Offensive Line Among League’s Best?

The great people over at Football Outsiders rated the Bears offensive line as the seventh best group. What impressed me the most in their numbers was the team’s success in “power” situations, meaning on third and fourth downs. Also, the line ranked second in

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Bears Offensive Line Review – Part 1

Bears Barroom Radio is going position-by-position through the Bears roster from 2015, evaluating every player on the roster with in-depth analysis you won’t find anywhere else. We have already gone through the quarterbacks, running backs, wide receivers, and tight ends. This episode features

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NFCN Report – Week 17 0

Sunday marked the end of the regular season and the crowing of the NFC North champion on the very last game of the season. In a two six-pack, beer-spilling, prime-time, nationally televised game the Green Bay Packers were unable to stage

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NFCN Report – Week 16 0

Three of the four NFCN teams won in week 16. The Vikings annihilated the Giants and now have momentum for their division title game on the road next week. The Lions won their fifth game in the last seven weeks.

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NFCN Report – Week 14 0

14 weeks of NFCN football and we know that the Packers are finally starting to feel some swagger to their play. The Vikings are a playoff-quality team, but are they a team that can win playoff games? The Bears are who

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Slacks: Straight Up – 10 NFCN Thoughts 0

Being a fan of NFC North football, and especially the Chicago Bears, watching the Green Bay Packers and Detroit Lions Thursday night was like popping some psychotropic drug and chasing it down with ten shots of Hennessy. By the time Aaron Rodgers

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