Say they don’t win another game. Say the Bears lose to the Jets, lose to the Packers and lose in the first round of the NFC Playoffs. (I’m not saying they will, mind you. Not at all.) Would you still declare Chicago’s 2010 NFL season a success?
The Chicago Bears have beaten the Minnesota Vikings and have won the NFC North Division.
Brett Favre’s surprise start on a snowy night was interrupted by a hard hit to his head that had him wincing as he walked slowly off the field.
Brett Favre is back in the starting lineup for the Minnesota Vikings.
This afternoon, the Vikings added intrigue to the mix for tonight’s game when they announced that Brett Favre has been upgraded from “Out” to “Questionable.”
The latest in conditional controversy has come down from on high for the Bears – Vikings game Monday night.
So maybe Brett Favre isn’t quite done yet. The Minnesota Vikings said Favre has been upgraded to questionable for Monday night’s game against the Chicago Bears.
The Bears are ready to play in a frigid day on a hopefully thawed field. The question, however, is are the Vikings? Minnesota hasn’t played an outdoor home game since 1981 and the Metrodome’s collapsed roof moved the game to TCF Bank Stadium.
It’s beginning to look like Minnesota is getting bad luck lately and the Chicago Bears are getting all of the luck. Brett Favre’s injured shoulder has left his start against the Bears in question – until now. The Vikings have announced that Favre won’t start against the Bears Monday night.
Some things this season have just gone the Bears’ way. They’ve been able to stay healthy, and have faced some teams that are dealing with injuries to key positions. You can add the Minnesota Vikings to that list.
Tarvaris Jackson has been moved to the Injured Reserve list and will be inactive for the Bears-Vikings Monday night game.
The Minnesota Vikings have had a rough season. While their hopes for the playoffs were slim before last week’s game, the Vikings are know looked at in a much different way.
The Bears-Vikings game will already have multiple storylines before the game even begins. And one of those revolves around the health of Vikings’ quarterback Brett Favre.
The Bears may have lost to the Patriots’ at home on Sunday, but that loss was minimized when the Green Bay Packers lost on the road in Detroit. If the Packers had won they would have pulled into a tie with the Bears. However, the Lions got their first division with since 2007, and the Bears are still in first place.
A convincing win over a dispirited divisional opponent has the Bears appearing as bona fide as they have been since they surprised the penalty-prone Packers in week three. Despite a couple limp losses at home […]
The Vikings loss to the Bears made them 3-6, but the loss wasn’t the only story. Brett Favre addressed the media after the game talking about his decision to come back this year. Did he regret his decision?
Jay Cutler never thought Brett Farve would still be playing when he made the NFL. He grew up idolizing him and Farve said he sees a little of himself in Jay.
In an ironic twist last week, Brett Favre may have extended the coaching career of Brad Childress by ignoring him. The Vikings’ coach lived to work another week because of his own irrelevance.
The Vikings are fighting to get back into the NFC North race while the Bears have a chance to tie the Packers for the lead. Both teams have a lot to gain from Sunday’s game.
Jay Cutler idolized Brett Favre growing up and the Bears quarterback said he is amazed by the 41-year old Favre’s durability; he’s made an NFL record 293 straight starts.