Soldier Field (Tony / Flickr)

As part of the celebration of its 100th season, the NFL will break from tradition and feature the Bears vs. the Packers  in its season opener Sept. 5.

Former Bear James 'Big Cat' Williams on the Packers Win at Soldier Field

The outcome was as expected: the Super-Bowl caliber Green Bay Packers beat the rebuilding Chicago Bears in the season-opener at Soldier Field. But the Bears ability to effectively run the ball, limit penalties, and run a more up-tempo offense surpassed most fans' expectations. Former Bear James "Big Cat" Williams gives us his take on the first game of the season. Also, don't miss our preview of next Sunday's game with Craig Morgan, a Chicago native and Arizona sports reporter.

'Big Cat' and the Bears returns Monday

The Chicago Bears kick off the 2015 NFL season at noon this Sunday against division rivals the Green Bay Packers. After a dismal 5-11 outing in 2014, new head coach John Fox and general manager Ryan Pace were brought in to pick up the pieces and the Bears will take the field with a lot to prove.

Day 2: In Enemy Territory

Crystin Immel returned to Auditorium Theatre to cover rounds two and three of the NFL Draft on Friday. But things didn't go as smoothly as she planned. 

A costly interception, penalties and sacks -- all add up to another Bears loss. James "Big Cat" Williams is here to break down what went wrong against the Green Bay Packers at Soldier Field.

Solid defense saves the Bears' sluggish offense while controversy swirls around replacement referees. James “Big Cat” Williams breaks down the latest in the NFL.

The Bears regroup after a dismal game in Green Bay. James "Big Cat" Williams is here to talk about how the Bears can rebound against the Rams.