Halas Intrigue

A Chicago Bears podcast and newsletter bringing you the latest coverage and analysis, featuring Patrick Finley, Jason Lieser, Mark Potash, Rick Morrissey and Rick Telander.

The focus might be on the future, but there’s still some hope for the present.
The win over the Lions was the Bears’ first victory after a bye in 10 years.
Halas Intrigue
The NFC North rivals face off again on Sunday.
The Bears overcome more mistakes to get a win over the Vikings.
The Bears return to prime time to face division-rival Minnesota.
The Bears find a new way to lose in Detroit.
The Bears get their starting QB back.
A horrid win over the Panthers is still better than the alternative.
The Bears’ Tyson Bagent era continues for at least one more game.
What should have been a good day for the Bears — introducing Montez Sweat — turned out to be something else.
The Chargers brought quarterback Tyson Bagent and the Bears back to earth.
The rookie quarterback will make his second start on “Sunday Night Football” against the Chargers.
One game doesn’t solve the Bears’ quarterback situation.
The undrafted rookie quarterback gets his first NFL start in relief of the injured Justin Fields.
After a week of positive outlooks, the Bears lose their game and their quarterback.
And is the recent success of the Justin Fields-DJ Moore tandem for real?
The Bears won a game and lost a legend on Thursday.
The Chase Claypool Era ends at Halas Hall as the Bears prepare to face the Commanders on Thursday night.
The Bears managed to stay winless despite their best efforts.
A perfectly terrible way to end a perfectly terrible week.
A frustrated quarterback, an assistant coach’s resignation and an 0-2 record as they prepare to face the Super Bowl champion Chiefs has made for a rough few days for the Bears.
Sunday’s loss to Tampa Bay has the Bears falling deeper in a hole.
It’s only Week 2, but there’s already pressure on the Bears after the ugly opening loss to the Packers.