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.
Chester Taylor signed with the Bears in March, leaving the Vikings behind. This Sunday, the Bears face the Vikings and Taylor sees this is a big game for himself and his new team.
Hola from Toronto…wait that doesn’t sound quite right. Anyway, the Bears find themselves in a must-win situation north of the border. The road to the playoffs becomes a lot more difficult if they leave Canada 4-4. Everyone at Halas Hall will feel vindicated in their off-week activities if the Bears can beat the winless Bills.
The Bears running backs were a position of strength coming into the season. Outside of the Carolina game they haven’t been a featured part of the offense. That might change come Sunday.
The stats don’t lie and neither does the film. Despite both of those, Cutler and Martz see reason for optimism.
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