In today's edition of Bears Bites, we delve into the successes of the Chicago Bears' new offense, and also highlight Martellus Bennett's takeover of the Jay Cutler radio show.
-Jay Cutler hopped on ESPN 1000 for his weekly radio hit with Tom Waddle and Marc Silverman on Monday, and he brougth a special guest with him: tight end Martellus Bennett. The ensuing interview was equal parts hilarious and informative, and definitley showed all sides of the man who is quickly becoming one of the most beloved members of the Bears. [ESPN Chicago]
-What does the Bears' 2-0 start mean in the grand scheme of things? John Mullin puts on his prognosticator hat. [CSN Chicago]
-Bears running back Matt Forte had an outstanding Sunday afternoon in the Bears' win over the Vikings, but his performance on Monday at the Frederick Douglass Academy was just as impressive as he reached out to the football team there to talk about "determination, resiliency, and confidence," according to Fred Mitchell. [Chicago Tribune]
-Tis the best of times for the Bears' offense, as Adam Jahns explains. [Chicago Sun-Times]
-In an era where there's an overwhelming urge to offer "quick takes" in the sports world, Laurence Holmes (who co-hosts NBC 5's Sports Sunday program with Mike Adamle) waits 24 hours before he discusses each Bears game, and his Week 2 effort is an excellent one. [670 the Score]
-Amid all of this talk about the offense, Blake Van Poucke is here to remind us that the Bears' red zone defense was actually really good on Sunday afternoon. [Bears Huddle]
-Finally, Larry Mayer takes the "more than the offense" mantra one step further in his postgame recap, citing all three phases of the Bears' effort as instrumental to their successes. [Bears.com]