The Bears’ defense has been consistent all season long and they’ve re-established themselves as one of the league’s best. The offense, on the other had, has struggled at times, but also has shown flashes of a high powered offense.
The Bears are who they are. They trust their schemes and rely on their players to make plays. And when that combination works, the wins pile up.
The Patriots have been one of the best teams in the NFL for a while. With a Hall of Fame quarterback leading the way, the Bears have a tough task ahead of them on Sunday. LISTEN: TOM THAYER
Consider it a week off for Lovie Smith’s lucky horseshoe as the Bears welcome the New England Patriots to Soldier Field this coming Sunday.
For most of the season the Bears’ defense has started games strong and limited the opponents’ offense for the entire game. That wasn’t the story against the Lions, but the Bears’ defense was able to finish the game strong.
Bears take down the Philadelphia Eagles thanks to a swarming defense and an explosive offense. LISTEN: HIGHLIGHTS – LOVIE SMITH
There are still some people who doubt whether or not the Bears are a legitimate playoff team. A win against the Philadelphia Eagles could turn those people into believers.
With a record of 7-3, the Bears aren’t a joke. But I still can’t take them seriously. Can you?
Michael Vick’s athletic ability might give some defensive coordinators and opposing head coaches nightmares. But Lovie Smith feels that his defense is set up to stop players like Vick.
Michael Vick has been one of the most dynamic players in the NFL this season. But according to Boomer Esiason, the Bears’ defense has what it takes to shut him down.
A large part of the 7-3 season for the Bears has been the stellar play of the defense. While the offense has been inconsistent, the defense has dominated in nearly every game.