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    The Chicago Bears



    SMOKED the Seahawks.

    Are these guys the best team in the NFL?

    They have a great defense sure...but that offense is hot too.

    What the Ravens wish they were?

    disuss amongst yourselves...




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    Re: The Chicago Bears

    I like the vertical attacking passing game.But that only works with the great pass protection Grossman was getting lastnight.If they can keep all those phases of the game going like that.Then I'd sure put the Bears at the top of the NFL heap right now.
    Put the smile back on your face.This is a 60 minute ball game.




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    Re: The Chicago Bears

    They look damn good. Best in the NFC without question, and maybe best in the league. Plus have you seen how soft their upcoming schedule is? Their next 4 games are against Buffalo, Arizona, San Francisco and Miami. Not to mention they play in the atrocious NFC North.




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    Re: The Chicago Bears

    We're eating a big pile of crow that, as of right now, we've got the worst of the 3 1st round QBs.

    I always thought Grossman was the real deal...what's happening now is Berrian is a burner and Muhammad can still play and Rex gets time to throw and he's got a great arm and touch.

    They look great...admittedly...have they played a good defense yet? The Seahawks are known as an offensive team and were missing their biggest weapon.

    Either way right now, elite team in the NFC. AFC could be a few teams with the two front-runners appearing to be Baltimore and Indy.




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    Re: The Chicago Bears

    in their defense, Grossman was in the....well, Spurrier's fun n gun.

    No other QB of note in the NFL came out of the program and many of the WRs never lived up to their billing either (TT...)




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    Re: The Chicago Bears

    Quote Originally Posted by losac View Post
    They look damn good. Best in the NFC without question, and maybe best in the league. Plus have you seen how soft their upcoming schedule is? Their next 4 games are against Buffalo, Arizona, San Francisco and Miami. Not to mention they play in the atrocious NFC North.

    In looking at the Bears schedule, it is very conceivable they could go 16-0. This is their remaining schedule:

    Oct 8 Buffalo
    Oct 16 @Arizona
    Week 7 BYE
    Oct 29 San Francisco
    Nov 5 Miami
    Nov 12 @N.Y. Giants
    Nov 19 @N.Y. Jets
    Nov 26 @New England
    Dec 3 Minnesota
    Dec 11 @St. Louis
    Dec 17 Tampa Bay
    Dec 24 @Detroit
    Dec 31 Green Bay




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    Re: The Chicago Bears

    that does look sickeningly easy...but I think the Jets, Buffalo, and NE will be the biggest tests they have left.

    It's also early, really early. All it will take is one team to figure out how to cope with the passing game and the bears are in trouble again.




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    Re: The Chicago Bears

    Quote Originally Posted by SykesvilleRavensFan View Post
    In looking at the Bears schedule, it is very conceivable they could go 16-0. This is their remaining schedule:

    Oct 8 Buffalo
    Oct 16 @Arizona
    Week 7 BYE
    Oct 29 San Francisco
    Nov 5 Miami
    Nov 12 @N.Y. Giants
    Nov 19 @N.Y. Jets
    Nov 26 @New England
    Dec 3 Minnesota
    Dec 11 @St. Louis
    Dec 17 Tampa Bay
    Dec 24 @Detroit
    Dec 31 Green Bay

    Sure have a lot of weak teams. Nothing like the schedule we have.





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