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of the 2018 draft. Who will they take with their two #7 picks this year Cody Whitehair Jersey , or will Ryan Pace trade?"Being who you thought we were since 2005!Log In or Sign UpLog InSign UpFanpostsFanshotsSectionsBearsOddsAboutMastheadCommunity GuidelinesStubHubMoreAll 322 blogs on Horizontal - WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Latest NewsThe Bears DenNotesXs and OsSuperfansThe Bear’s Den, February 26, 2018New,156commentsThe Bears picked Javon Wims in the 7th round of the 2018 draft. Who will they take with their two #7 picks this year, or will Ryan Pace trade?CSTShareTweetShareShareThe Bear’s Den, February 26, 2018Future Chicago Bears and former Georgia Bulldogs wide receiver Javon Wims catches a pass during the 2018 NFL Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium.Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY SportsBEAR DOWN, CHICAGO BEARS, BEAR DOWN!!!!BEARRRSSSSWood: Building a Measurable Profile for the Andy Reid/Matt Nagy Running Back - Da Bears Blog - I want to cut through the noise to see if I can figure out which numbers matter when it comes to running backs for Chicago’s offense. This is a variation of the offense Andy Reid runs in Kansas City, so I looked at the Combine stats of all the running backs the Chiefs have acquired since Reid showed up in 2012 to see if there were any trends. This can help us identify what running backs at the Combine – and in free agency – might makes sense for the Bears if they look to re-shape the position this offseason.Bernstein: Will Bears Be Tempted winning the NFC North.Medina: The Many Ways the Chicago Bears Can Find a Serviceable Kicker - Bleacher Nation - With Cody Parkey on his way out, the Bears’ search for a kicker is full speed ahead!Finley: Could potential rule change curb the Bears' enthusiasm? - Sun Times - The Washington Post reported Monday that the NFL competition committee will discuss a proposal that would prohibit players from leaving the sideline.Kenney: Former Bears cornerback Charles Tillman working as FBI agent: Report - Sun Times - Former Bears cornerback Charles Tillman traded in his play books for classified information.Real Talk: For Bears GM Ryan Pace, this offseason might require heavy lifting - Chicago Tribune - The NFL scouting combine kicks into high gear this week in Indianapolis. Which leaves Bears general manager Ryan Pace and coach Matt Nagy with homework to do to turn a division championship team into a legitimate Super Bowl contender. What are the needs? And where do the Bears go from here?NFL will consider reining in players' on-field celebrations — but just a bit - Chicago Tribune - The NFL, at the suggestion of some teams, will give consideration to barring players from leaving the sideline to join on-field celebrations, according to people familiar with the NFL's inner workings.Stankevitz: Club Dub, running game solutions and questions for Matt Nagy at the Combine - NBC Sports Chicago - Matt Nagy will speak to the media for the first time since mid-January on Wednesday in Indianapolis. What are a few questions we're interested to hear him answer?Ellis: Do any of these free agent kickers make sense for the Bears? - NBC Sports Chicago - Who's out there?Mayer: Pace excited about Roquan Smith’s future - ChicagoBears.com - After inside linebacker Roquan Smith’s impressive rookie season, Bears general manager Ryan Pace isn’t placing any limits on the talented 2018 first-round draft pick.Mayer: Ex-Bears Fuller, Gardocki to be honored - ChicagoBears.com - Former Bears Steve Fuller and Chris Gardocki will be inducted into two different South Carolina sports Hall of Fames this spring.Mayer: Only two Bears among top 101 free agents - ChicagoBears.com - With 21 of 22 starters under contract, the Bears have only two players on an NFL.com list of the league’s top 101 free agents-to-be: defensive backs Bryce Callahan (No. 34) and Adrian Amos (No. 41).Finley: Could Bears solve kicking woes in draft? ‘I’ve seen it crash and burn’ - Sun Times - Don’t count on the draft alone to solve the Bears’ kicking woes.POLISH SAUSAGEPanucci: “Survey says, …” TWT - Let’s talk Combine - Our Turf Football - OTFB’s reporter http://www.thebearslockerroom.com/authentic-jonathan-bullard-jersey , Liz Panucci, is interested in learning your thoughts on the 2019 NFL Scouting Combine. Try the survey.Meet Wilmette’s Halla Yang, winner of $20,000 in an NFL contest to make punts safer - Chicago Tribune - Halla Yang, a 39-year-old Wilmette resident, won $20,000 as one of four finalists in the NFL’s “1st and Future” punt analytics competition, a public contest aimed at making advances in player safety during punts.NFL considering another idiotic, unnecessary rule change - Pride Of Detroit - Just when the NFL was starting to shed itself of the “No Fun League” nickname...Draft sets up for Packers to restock at key positions - Acme Packing Company - Even without knowing who Brian Gutekunst adds in free agency, the composition of this draft class suits the Packers roster perfectly.KNOW THY ENEMY2019 NFL mock draft: Packers address D and O-line with Burns and Risner - Acme Packing Company - While the Packers could take Jachai Polite and a tight end with their first-round picks, the latest SB Nation mock draft sees them going in a different direction.Raiders, Coliseum Authority reach agreement for 2019 - NFL.com - The Raiders and the Coliseum Authority have reached an agreement for the team to remain in Oakland for the 2019 season at least, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reportedRaiders have the most draft capital, Bears have the least – ProFootballTalk - In Year 1 after the Khalil Mack trade, it looked like a big win for the Bears. Year 2 may look different. The Bears made the playoffs with Mack leading their defense, while the Raiders were one of the worst teams in the NFL last season. Ken's Note: The Raiders have no pass rush, the Bears have the best pass rush. The Bears have Matt Nagy, Coach of the Year, and the Raiders have Jon Gruden, who's... well... an idiot.IN CASE YOU MISSED IT ON WINDY CITY GRIDIRONWho is your least favorite player that isn’t a Packer? - Windy City Gridiron - Check out our latest WCG Chicago Bears offseason discussion topic.Schmitz: Bear With Me - The Bearscars (With Jeff Berckes!) - Windy City Gridiron - On this episode Womens Akiem Hicks Jersey , Bears over Beers host Jeff Berkes joins Robert S. to hand out end of season awards. Who is the MVBear? Who was the Most Surprising Player? Will Jay Cutler pass the "Best Hair" torch? Find out on this episode of Bear With Me!WCG CONTRIBUTORS BEARS PODCASTS & STREAMS2 Minute Drill - Website - iTunes - Andrew Link; Steven’s Streaming – Twitch – Steven Schweickert; T-Formation Conversation - Website - iTunes - Lester Wiltfong, Jr.; WCG Radio - Website - iTunes - Robert ZeglinskiTHE RULESWindy City Gridiron Community Guidelines - SBNation.com - We strive to make our communities open and inclusive to sports fans of all backgrounds. The following is not permitted in comments. No personal attacks, politics, gender based insults of any kind, racial insults, etc.The Bear’s Den Specific Guidelines – The Bear’s Den is a place for Chicago Bears fans to discuss Chicago Bears football, related NFL stories, and general football talk. It is NOT a place to discuss religion or politics or post political pictures or memes. Unless otherwise stated, the Den is not an open thread, and profanity (including profanity only stated in pictures) is prohibited.Click on our names to follow us on Twitter:WCG Contributors: Jeff Berckes; Patti Curl; Eric Christopher Duerrwaechter;Kev H; Sam Householder; Jacob Infante; Aaron Lemming; Ken Mitchell; Steven Schweickert; Jack Silverstein; EJ Snyder; Lester Wiltfong, Jr.; Whiskey Ranger; Robert Schmitz; Robert Zeglinski; Like us on Facebook. My, oh my. The Chicago Bears found themselves in a late-game thriller on Sunday afternoon, after they scored 10 points in the final 1:50 of the game to get the game into overtime.Unfortunately for them, they couldn’t find a way to score that game winning touchdown, after allowing the New York Giants to score a field goal on their opening drive of the overtime period. For most, the result of the game was highly disappointing, even more so after manufacturing such an improbable comeback against what was a three-win team heading into Week 13. The good news? Everyone else within the division, including the second place Minnesota Vikings, lost. On top of that, a top wild card contender in the Carolina Panthers lost as well.The bad news? The Bears could have extending their division lead to (2.5) games and would be (even more) in the driver’s seat than they find themselves right now. On top of that Bobby Massie Jersey , they now head back home for a Sunday night tilt against an (11-1) Los Angeles Rams team that is currently favored by four points.All in all, this was not a pretty game for the Bears. It was one filled with six different fumbles (only one lost) and three total turnovers, including a Chase Daniel pick-six on the second play of the game from scrimmage. Despite all of that, the Bears still found a way to rally back and give themselves a chance to win the game, even if that effort ended up falling short. That is something to be somewhat optimistic about moving forward.But even with the loss, there were still a few performances that stuck out in Week 13’s game ball edition. RB Tarik CohenBrad Penner-USA TODAY SportsSunday’s performance for Cohen was arguably the best of his career. On a day where the offense struggled to get going for most of the day, there was one constant and that was the former fourth rounder from North Carolina A&T. It seemed like each time he touched the ball, he was making a play. Whether that was running, catching, on punt returns, or even throwing the ball. Yes, you read that right. He was responsible for the game tying touchdown pass.Cohen finished the game with 187 total yards. 156 of those came off of 12 receptions. Another 30 yards came in the run game and the final yard came on a trick play from the one yard line with three seconds left in the game, in which he found Anthony Miller in the end zone for the touchdown. Oh and he also had another 15 yards in punt returns and would have had close to another 20, if not for a penalty late in the game.Needless to say, Cohen is proving to be one of the team’s most dynamic players. His ability to make an impact multiple different ways is what continues to make him so special. It was a huge game for the second-year “offensive weapon,” even if they ultimately lost.DL Akiem HicksRobert Deutsch-USA TODAY SportsIn a game where the Bears found themselves on the road for a second straight game, with a backup quarterback and a struggling offense, they looked for creative ways to score. Before Cohen’s touchdown pass as time was expiring, it was another player that looked an awful lot like the Fridge back in ‘85, who rushed for a one-yard touchdown on fourth down.That player was the 6’5” http://www.thebearslockerroom.com/authentic-jordan-howard-jersey , 330-pound Akiem Hicks. Defensively, he racked up six tackles (one for a loss), a sack, a batted pass and two quarterback hits. Offensively, he scored a one-yard touchdown on what can only be described as a freezer bowling through a bunch of grown men at the goal line.In what ended up being a strange game, this was one of the better highlights of the day for the Bears. Hicks has been worth his recent extension and more.Honorable Mention: WR Allen Robinson IIMike DiNovo-USA TODAY SportsI debated whether I wanted Robinson or Jordan Howard in this spot, but after giving it more thought, I felt Robinson made a few more big plays, especially when they absolutely needed him to.Overall, his numbers weren’t anything special (5 catches for 79 yards). But it wasn’t just about his numbers, it was about how he made those catches and how big of an impact they made.Whether it was his impressive 30-yard catch down the sideline, as he was being interfered with and flat out overpowering the cornerback for a highlight reel catch. Or his big fourth down catch in overtime to extend the drive another four plays, even if the drive ultimately failed. This was a strong game for Robinson, even if he didn’t eclipse 100 yards on the day.Sunday was one of those games where it reminded many Bears fans why they went out and gave him a three-year, $42 million deal in the off-season. His numbers may not pop out as someone having a great season, but over his past few games he has started to perform closer to the dominant player we saw in Jacksonville back in 2015-2016.