The next Bears game is in Buffalo against the Bills, which would be a decent team if not the incompetent way they handled their QB situation this year but aside their offense everything else is spooky about this team, though they hardly win with the amount of points their offense puts up week in week out.
Posted by bowie1984: The next Bears game is in Buffalo against the Bills, which would be a decent team if not the incompetent way they handled their QB situation this year but aside their offense everything else is spooky about this team, though they hardly win with the amount of points their offense puts up week in week out.
Not everything was spooky, game was basically over at halftime, lol...
This week the LOLions come to Soldier Field and seek for a win which they really need - being dead last in the division and all that jazz - but I think the more worrysome games are still coming after that date. The ViQueens are coming next Sunday and three days later the Bears are going to Ford Field on Thanksgiving. However I count these are three games within eleven days. It's going to be hard.
Anybody who is reading these for my weekly updates on the Chicago Bears (I don't think anybody reads these at all - besides the moderators) will love it today's snippet because there was not so much I could have better in this game against the Lions - DaBears took care of business with 34 points against 22. The difference would have been higher if not for Cody Parkey who just couldn't kick a field goal to save his life in the afternoon. Bear Down!!!
This is now my personal Da Bears blog This Sunday Night is going to be awesome for many reasons. The ViQueens coming to town to take on the Monster of the Midway and make no mistake this game is going to be for the Crown of the NFC North. The Bears cannot loose this if they want to win the division.
Da Bears played just about three division games within twelve days and the last two had 88 hours in between each other so after this Thanksgiving win over the Lions the next time they'll take the field will be in December. They went 4-0 in November. They are goooood.
Next time they will play it will be against the New York Football Giants who are definitely not in great shape this year but no game could be taken for granted in the NFL... If anything this new coaching regime of Da Bears sure knows how to turn things around in a short period and handle adversities.
Da Bears are on pace for having around thirty interceptions via their defense this season and in the last five years the two defenses who went 24 or over in this column made it to the Super Bowl that year. I wish this was the case again with us, one can only hope
Kinda nervous about tomorrows Giants-Bears matchup to be honest, but at the same time I am sure if $hit is about to go down DaBears defense is going to show up and save the day. But going against Saquan Barkley and OBJ with your second string qb is not he best way to get hold of this game IMO.
Boy, oh boy this game was for the ages. Da Bears held the Lambs only six points (two field goals) during the game and scored fifteen on them in return. This was as close to a 'defensive statement win' than anything this season for my team. I am very excited about what the future brings to this team, they could beat anybody.
I am just reading the forums and fanpages for this weeks Packers-Bears matchup and finding it funny how delusional are Packers fans right now, after beating a worse than mediocre Falcons team which had 32nd ranked defense in DVOA. They have a short memory, they literally needed a 4th quarter miracle on Lambeau Field in September to beat the Bears. It's not gonna happen again, not in this decade, not with that below average roster and decimated o-line. Especially they are 0-6 on away games this season, they cannot do s**t on the road..
All I can say is that I am pretty sure that with a win on Sunday afternoon Da Bears will clinch it's first NFC North title in this decade and it will mean the Packers cannot go to the playoffs the second year in a row so it will be a win-win situation. Just fantastic
Ladies and Gentleman, here are your Kings In The North in 2018!!! Da Bears took down the Green Bay Fudgepackers and their whiny lil' QB Erin Rodgers while clinchin' a playoff spot in the NFC, a division championship and a right for a home-playoff game while ending the Packers curse of the last couple years and making a 7-1 home record... What a year, oh my God.
The last two regular season games of Da Bears are coming, neither the 49ers nor the Vi-Queens goin' to be an easy matchup but since the division already in the bag I hope they will play some freeflowing nice football without accidents and damage. We gonna need everybody healthy come playoff time.