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Grading Every Chicago Bears Starter's 2013 Regular Season » The Chicago Bears were sent on early vacation after a crushing loss to the Green Bay Packers on Sunday. The Bears finished with an 8-8 record in what is considered an underachieving season.  Changes to the roster will come, but before the Bears can move forward they must evaluate the team. The ... Packers vs. Bears: Takeaways from Chicago's 33-28 Loss to Green Bay » The NFC North division crown and a trip to the playoffs were laid out before them, but the Chicago Bears could not capitalize and lost to the Green Bay Packers by a score of 33-28 on Sunday afternoon. The offense sputtered in the first half but was able to stay in check due to the defense. Unfortuna... Jay Cutler More Than Deserves to Be Bears' QB of the Future » The disappointment of once again falling short of the postseason should not cloud the decision-making process that lies ahead of the Chicago Bears on soon-to-be free agent quarterback Jay Cutler.  While the Bears were unable to beat Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers in Week 17, Cutle... Referee Error Aids Green Bay Packers in Win over Chicago Bears » The Green Bay Packers, now NFC North champs and playoff bound after their 33-28 win over the Chicago Bears, converted on fourth down three times on their final drive, culminating with a 48-yard touchdown pass from Aaron Rodgers to Randall Cobb on 4th-and-8. However, one of those fourth-down con... Packers vs. Bears: Final Game Grades and Analysis for Chicago » Aaron Rodgers throws a 48-yard touchdown pass to Randall Cobb to eliminate the Chicago Bears from playoff contention.     Final Score Green Bay Packers: 33 Chicago Bears: 28 Final Analysis for the Chicago Bears Passing Offense: Jay Cutler did everything he could to keep his team in t...
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Nowak: "Maybe a parade" will greet Le Toux in Philly return
Tuesday, 27 March 2012 23:34    PDF Print E-mail

CHESTER, Pa. – Peter Nowak does not want to talk about Sébastien Le Toux.

Asked a seemingly benign question during his weekly press conference about what he expects the atmosphere to be like for Le Toux’s return to PPL Park on Saturday, the Philadelphia Union manager asked if that was a serious question.

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Saputo: TFC could help get more Canadian CCL berths
Tuesday, 27 March 2012 23:34    PDF Print E-mail

MONTREAL – When Santos Laguna step on the BMO Field playing surface on Wednesday night, the Montreal Impact will actually be cheering Toronto FC – but just this one time, and for pragmatic reasons only.

Impact president Joey Saputo explained on Wednesday how a good showing from TFC in the CONCACAF Champions League opens the door for more chances of continental success for his own club. The Impact have not won the Canadian Championship – the sole route to CCL action for MLS’ Canadian troika – since 2008.

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RSL's injury woes continue causing concern for Kreis
Sunday, 19 February 2012 05:08    PDF Print E-mail

SALT LAKE CITY – Throughout preseason, Real Salt Lake have experienced injuries just like any other squad. Unfortunately for RSL, those injuries appear to be lingering and are almost exclusively among key starters.

“I’m not sure that my concern could have increased,” head coach Jason Kreis told media after training on Friday about his anxiety regarding the situation. “It was at maximum level the entire time. It’s going to continue that way.”

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Countdown to First Kick: 21 Collin's next challenge
Sunday, 19 February 2012 05:08    PDF Print E-mail

As First Kick, presented by Dick's Sporting Goods approaches, MLSsoccer.com is marking each passing day with a different statistic, observation or talking point, setting the stage for the beginning of the 2012 MLS campaign.

21 – Starts by Aurélien Collin for Sporting Kansas City in 2011

From the moment Sporting Kansas City signed Aurélien Collin, a specific phrase began popping up when manager Peter Vermes spoke about his newest addition.

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In wake of Euro odyssey, Johnson happy to be a Sounder
Sunday, 19 February 2012 05:08    PDF Print E-mail

It’s been a long few years for Eddie Johnson and his family. The sometime US national team striker bounced around Europe for three seasons, mostly failing to find the net and, consequently, failing to find a home.

With the Seattle Sounders trading for him on Friday, a day after he agreed to terms with MLS, Johnson sounded sincere during a conference call with reporters when he said he was happy to be back in the league that gave him his start after nearly a year off from professional soccer.

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