Well, cross Mike Holmgren off the list. He finally agreed to be the Cleveland Browns’ president.
I wish we could have had him, but really, my two top guys are still out there (Cowher and Shanahan). Make sure to check out Mike Burzawa’s link from Fire Lovie Smith.
Lovie Smith isn’t worried about job security.
Earl Bennett provided the only points of the game yesterday.
Need some last-minute Christmas gifts? Don’t fret, Mike Burzawa has us covered.
‘Twas the Night Before Lovie Smith was Fired. Nice work, Mike.
Brad Palmer reflects on the bad, bad game.
Jeff Hughes is offering the Vikings a Christmas present: Playing the Bears next Monday night.
Mark Potash: The Bears aren’t helping their head coach make his case to stay.
Mike Mulligan: Jerry’s choice of words were interesting.
Mark Potash: Cutler is worsening.
Mark Potash: Please, go get Randy Moss.
Mike Mulligan gives us his three-and-out for the Bears-Ravens game.
Olin Kreutz calls out the Bears.
Is Jay Cutler the second coming of Jeff George? Oh God, here we go….
SI’s Peter King thinks that Mike Shanahan would be great for the Bears.
Lovie isn’t interested in a vote of confidence. Which is good, because he’s not going to get one.
Instead of putting that money to feed the homeless, some Bears fans are putting together money for a billboard asking for the firings of Ted Phillips, Jerry Angelo, and Lovie Smith.
Dan Pompei breaks down the film and finds one obvious truth: The Bears can’t cover tight ends.
David Haugh goes after Jerry Angelo instead of Lovie Smith.
The Bears’ players know that firings are part of the game.
The Bears players didn’t say a word after Olin Kreutz blasted Bears management.
John Mullin reflects on the game and Jerry’s comments.
Jim Miller breaks down Jay Cutler and Jerry’s comments.
Barry Rozner: Nobody at Halas Hall should be safe.
All the Bears were silent on Lovie’s status…think the PR staff got to them?
Ebenezer Ditka sounds off on the Bears (Video).
Earl Bennett has lofty goals set for Jay Cutler in the future.
The Bears all pointed to a lack of defensive consistency.
My guy wiltfongjr breaks down another bad Bears loss – don’t miss it!
Blog Down, Chicago Bears
Shea Johnson muses on the Bears fans who are buying the billboard.
Shea Johnson posted a picture from Hop Haus, which was picked up by Deadspin. Don’t miss this article!