Chicago Bears preview

The Chicago Bears and Green Bay Packers will meet for the 178th time tonight. The Bears currently lead the all-time series 91-80-6. Since his hiring in 2004, Head coach Lovie Smith has recorded a 7-3 record against Green Bay including a 4-1 at Lambeau Field. The Bears got demolished in Green Bay last season, 37-3 and won in overtime at Soldier Field 20-17 (I was at that game). All that stuff is in the past. It’s time for some football and tonight we should see some of that. Everyone is saying this game will be a shootout because the quarterbacks are so [...] Continue reading → | , ,
So the Chicago Bears finally did it. They finally broke down and got a franchise quarterback. After starting 37 different signalcallers over the last 171 games, and sending just one quarterback in the last 44 years to the Pro Bowl, the Bears shipped a bounty of goods to Denver in exchange for 26-year-old Jay Cutler. The price was steep, no doubt (quarterback Kyle Orton, two first-round picks and a third-rounder). But no one will remember the price in five years. The Windy City [...] Continue reading → | , , , , , ,
Why the Bears have a chance to recapture their Super Bowl form. Chicago Bears Predicted: 2nd 2008: 9-7 (2nd NFC North) [...] Continue reading → | , , , , ,
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