Because the Peanut Punch is the best punch around. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)
In this midweek edition of Bears Bites, we take a look at one writer’s breakdown of the Chicago Bears’ defensive depth chart, the start of a countdown of the most important Bears to the team in 2014, and when single game tickets will go on sale for the Monsters of the Midway.
-We start out with Matt Eurich, who checks in with his breakdown of which Bears are on top at each position on the team’s defensive depth chart. Warning: it is a slideshow. [Bleacher Report]
-Lester Wiltfrong (whose genius we used to make our selections in the all-time Bears roster game recently) is at it again with his countdown of the Top 10 most important Bears this season, and he gets things started with Jordan Mills at #10. [Windy City Gridiron]
-A federal judge has given the go-ahead to the NFL and the players suing the league for concussion-related ailments to agree to a settlement that removes the original cap on the final financial cost to the league. [Chicago Tribune]
-Single-game tickets for the Bears will go on sale Thursday, the team announced. [CSN Chicago]
-Michael C. Wright is breaking down some of the top plays in Bears history, and in this edition, he reminisces about William Perry’s rumbling touchdown in Super Bowl XX against the New England Patriots. [ESPN Chicago]
-Finally, we told you yesterday about Jay Cutler having the sixth-best odds of winning NFL MVP honors according to Bovada, but Yahoo goes a step further and examines some of the other prop bets that are on that website. [Shutdown Corner]