Biggs: Who Saw 7-3 Bears Coming?

Early Season Didn't Look As Promising

Before the Bears’ season even started many people thought that the it was doomed. And when the losses came, people’s out look became worse.

“You didn’t think they were going to get to this point after those losses,” Brad Biggs said on the Mully and Hanley Show. “And you started to look around, and maybe a little fear started to set in because those were bad losses, when you talk about mediocre teams like Seattle and Washington at home. And then they tried to pass them off as good football teams. And we all knew that [wasn’t true].

LISTEN: Brad Biggs On The Mully And Hanley Show

“And they have a three game winning streak now. [The win over Miami] was their most impressive victory since defeating the Packers in week three. Some of these other wins they’ve had, you look at the opponent and say ‘oh boy, well that opponent is pretty lousy.’ This Dolphins team, while beat up [on Thursday night], is a physical football team. They play a style of football that the Bears have struggled with in the past. And the Bears had no struggle with that physical brand of football that Miami played [Thursday night].”

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  • Tom

    I see and saw 10-6 coming as long as they stay healthy. Every commentator and NFL expert based their oppinion of the Bears off of last years team, with all the injuries, minus a pass rush. I’m sorry, but if Urlacher isn’t in the middle leading the defense you can automatically give up eight losses for the season and he was gone for 15 games. Plus, we have JP rushing the passer, peanut, Briggs, everyone’s healthy! I think the experts are so drunk with Aaron Rogers and the Packers that they dismiss anything the Bears have. Well. they are starting to realize the Bears are pretty damn good and getting better, but I gaurantee, this week, all you’ll here about are the Packers. Very sad.

    • Tom

      excuse my spelling, especially the misuse of the word “here” in the last sentance. should be “hear”, but what can you expect from a 9th grade education.

  • ahmad

    Right “”on:””Bears, KEEP ON ,AND on,ON>>>>>>>>>

  • the hole in Adolfo Soriano's gold glove

    They played well, but Miami was hurting; third-string QB, running game hurting, defensive players missing. We still haven’t played a solid team all year, save for the Pack and even they gave the game to us with 18 penalties. Philly will be the first real test, so let’s see where we are in a week before we get all giddy over pounding weak sisters for two months and losing to some average teams.

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