What does the beating the Chicago Bears faced to the hand of the Giants mean for there season?
The Chicago Bears are 3-1 now but prior to this game they were 3-0, most Espn analysts picked the bears to win the game because of what they have shown on offense and defense so far this year. The game against the lion they barely escaped that game with a lack of a catch from Calvin Johnson which would have changed that game, then they go in and really handle the cowboys and was a very good showing, the packers well a lot of miscues so they got away clean but they got destroyed by the G-men the offensive problems really showed in that game now Cutler have an concussion.
The ball is just that -- we don't know who is going to win, but they should focus on running. Cutler should be alright. There are many expectations and this season is an exciting one, Good luck to all of us football fans. I am rooting for Steelers BTW.
by Patrick King 8 years ago
Hey everyone, I would like to get some feedback on how the Chicago Bears will finish the 2009 NFL Season. My prediction is the Bears will finish 7-9 again under Lovie Smith. I think it will be some miracle for them to reach 8-8 or 9-7 but who knows.
by Jason Zimmerman 9 years ago
I think the bears drafted pretty well for having such late picks. What do you think?
by Michael Willis 7 years ago
What a game filled with history. Previously 181 meetings between these 2 teams. Only 1 game ever in playoffs.Green Bay Packers @ Chicago Bears for the 2011 NFC Championship and a trip to the Super Bowl. Who wins?I am taking the Packers. Should be a good game and close, but Aaron Rodgers and the...
by Patrick King 8 years ago
How many of you are watching one of the most pitfull NFL games of the 2010 season with the Bears and Giants? As a Bears fan, I am literally sick to my stomach at how bad the Offensive line is. Seriously, Jay Cutler was looking up at the ground more than throwing the ball. He was...
by I am DB Cooper 7 years ago
In a weird end-of-the-season anomaly, the current convoluted NFC playoff scenario dictates that Giants playoff hopes are increased by the Eagles winning tonight's game against the Vikings. This is one of the rare times when the Giants will root for the Eagles to win in a game that isn't against an...
by Jack Hazen 6 years ago
We already had one game I want to forget about.I'm having difficulty getting motivated for the action today, but here's some games that I might pay some attention to:Cowboys @ Ravens -- how many passes will Tony Romo complete to Ed Reed?Colts @ Jets -- will Andrew Luck or Tim Tebow show why they...
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