I want to care only that the Bears dismantled and humiliated Detroit, ran their record to 6-3, and established themselves as something more than a fringe postseason contender. But I have been seeing football more through a cloud of anger, revulsion and sadness.
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The Art Institute lions will be showing their support for the Bears starting Friday.
The Bears know just how good the New England Patriots are, and the Green Bay Packers are about to find that out for themselves.
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.
Pisa Tinoisamoa has been dealing with injuries throughout his entire Bears tenure. He missed most of last season with a knee injury, and is facing similar issues this year.
Jay Cutler has been improving week to week, and by the numbers has been playing some of the football of his career. But his offensive coordinator, Mike Martz, still sees room for improvement.
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.
The Bears have made vital improvements and have won five consecutive games. However, they’re still not a lock to make the playoffs.
Earl Bennett had a career day against the Lions. He, along with the rest of the offense, is showing signs of progress and the wins are staring to add up as a result.
A four-point victory over the Detroit Lions wasn’t what many people were expecting out of the Bears after winning four-straight games. But the important thing to remember is that it was a victory.
Obviously the Bears are better than most thought they would be entering the 2010 season but are they good enough to win the Super Bowl?
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 record of 7-3, the Bears aren’t a joke. But I still can’t take them seriously. Can you?
The big cats outside the Art Institute of Chicago soon will be wearing holiday decor that glows at night.
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