Controversy surrounds Jets coach as they prepare to take on the Chicago Bears.
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?
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.
The perception of the Chicago Bears changes week to week. One week their destined for the playoffs, the next they’re doomed to get passed, by the Green Bay Packers. For the team, their only focus is on the next game.
Last Sunday, after the Bears upended Philly, I was eating crow. Seven days later, after watching them struggle to beat the better-but-still-bad Lions, I was about ready to cough it back up.
The month of November was a VERY good month to the Chicago Bears. The 31-26 victory over the Philadelphia Eagles yesterday at Soldier Field capped off an undefeated (4-0) month for Chicago.
With a lead the NFC North the Bears are don’t have to worry about what other teams are doing. But with a few losses that could change.
The Score’s Joe Ostrowski ranks the top ten NFL teams heading into week 10. The Bears don’t make his top ten, but a win over the Vikings might just push them over the limit.
Joe Ostrowski ranks the top ten teams in the NFL. And of course tells you where the Bears stack up.
Even though the Bears were watching all of Sunday’s NFL action from their couch, they managed to lose.
Joe Ostrowski ranks the top ten teams in the NFL. And it probably won’t come as a surprise that the Bears aren’t in the list, but they’re not as far down as you might think.
In the latest installment of the Aikman Efficiency Ratings (click here for description), even the best analyst in the NFL today cannot explain why the Bears are 4-1. Through Week 5 of the NFL. Bears Offense Ranks […]
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