Comments on: Bears Win; Division Lead to Themselves Chicago Bears History Blog by Mon, 20 Apr 2015 22:25:11 +0000 hourly 1 By: Roy Taylor Wed, 01 Dec 2010 21:02:58 +0000 Thanks Larry, yes, continually pathetic. I really think the team has thrived on the lack of respect, and I hope it continues.

By: Larry Wed, 01 Dec 2010 20:14:06 +0000 On SI today:


If The Playoffs Started Today: In; No. 2 seed
Final Projected Record, Playoff Seeding: 10-6; No. 6 seed

Extra Point: If the Vikings continue their turnaround, perhaps no team has a tougher final four games than the Bears. Losing three of four to finish, as we’re projecting, wouldn’t be great, momentum-wise, but would still be enough to sneak in.

Have you ever seen the “experts” so schizophrenic? We have to take these Bears seriously, they’re the real deal… oh but they’ll lose 3 of 4. I bet this guy thinks they didn’t beat the “real” Eagles without Asante Samuel. I don’t need to tell you either that he has GB slated as running the table.

By: BrianL Mon, 29 Nov 2010 22:56:41 +0000 Actually, The upcoming game I worry about most, IS Detroit, I watched some of the Detroit/vs/New England game, and, (at least I believe) these are not the same Lions. It seems in most cases, when we play Detroit its been a tough game. Add in the spoiler mentallity, and playing the “underdog, no respect card” just as the Bears do, I think this could be a dangerous game, believe me I hope I’m wrong! Go Bears!

By: Scott Mon, 29 Nov 2010 16:01:30 +0000 None of these remaining games will be easy (The Lions should be, but based on the way we play, and the way the Lions play, I doubt it).

But any of these games are also winnable. The Jets have yet to convince me they can win a game against a good D like ours. They lost 9-0 to the Packers at home, so who’s to say we can’t beat them with our stingy D at our house?

New England is beatable like the Eagles were. They have a good O and everything, but if our D can stop it, then we can beat them because New England’s defense is not that good this year. Of course Cutler needs another mistake free day though.

And with a new coach and the team seemingly behind him, that game in Minnesota will be tough as all of our games in Minnesota are. We can only hope Favre keeps up with the mistakes and we take that game as we will have finished with a 6-0 record (assuming we beat Detroit) in the division and that will give us the division if we tie with Green Bay.

That said, any of our final 5 games are winnable, just as they are losable. There’s not one game I can say without a doubt we’ll win, but same guys for saying theres not a game on there I’d say we lose.