The Bears had a much more balanced offense on Sunday, something many Bears fans have been hoping to see for some time now. Troy Aikman joined the Mully and Hanley Show to talk about what that balance means for the Bears.
The Bears got back on track with a 22-19 win over the Buffalo Bills. While there is still mixed reaction from Bears fans, Dan Hampton sees some important positives.
Coming off of their bye week, the Chicago Bears are rested and ready to take on the winless Buffalo Bills.
Dez Clark suffered a stinger in practice today, but will be able to play on Sunday. Zach Bowman was held out of practice and won’t play against the Bills.
On paper this Sunday should be an easy win for the Bears. But like the saying goes, any team can win on any given Sunday. And that possibility is putting some pressure on Lovie Smith and the Bears.
The Bills have the worst record in the NFL, 0-7, and if they Bears don’t want to give them their first win, they’ll have put them down early.
The players, fans and coaches all know that the Bears need to run the ball. But the $64,000 question is how much do they need to run.
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During the Bears bye week, Jay Cutler only practiced once and had the weekend off. Cutler left the practice facility on Monday and boarded a plane, and according to Troy Aikman, Cutler’s mid-week departure was no big deal.
Either Canada is too caught up in the hockey season, or a Bears and Bills matchup doesn’t strike the people of Toronto as a great way to spend a Sunday.
Julius Peppers’ impact so far this season has gone beyond the stat sheet. And for that reason he needs to be considered as the team’s most valuable player.
Bears fans are sure to be growing tired of all of the mistakes being made by the players and coaches. And the fact that Lovie Smith admits that they’ve been making so many mistakes probably won’t ease any of the pain.