It’s been a while since the Bears have been in this position so they may need a refresher course: good teams counter these trap games by not looking ahead.
I didn’t want to have expectations for the Chicago Bulls, but I did… which makes it that much worse that they’ve washed them all away in one week’s time.
After only a record-short 85 hours from playing the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday night, the Bears still had enough energy and will to pull off an exciting 23-16 in Detroit to start the holiday off perfectly for #Bearsnation.
No matter what the other 29 arenas do, non-stop applause and cheers from this point forward should be the norm every time James steps foot in Cleveland.
Be they motivated opponents or critical crossroads, the NFL keeps setting them up and the Chicago Bears keep knocking them down.
It’s only fitting that the two G-State players I most dislike were the ones involved in a back and forth snipe session near the end of regulation in Tuesday’s Warriors-Clippers matchup.
With a win against the Vikings on SNF the Bears move to 7-3 and gain a whole new level of national praise and respect for themselves.
While the Bulls are limited still in terms of talent and cohesion, they have proven to be a watchable product on most nights…So how to tell the interesting stories of the season’s first month? Statistics!
As with any risk-taking or attention-seeking ‘fit, some are brilliant, some are merely good and some are outright trash.
It was Chicago’s first win in the NFC North in over two years, and it wasn’t anywhere near as close as the final score let on. The entire team was uplifted before the game as its best overall player and best offensive player made their returns in edge rusher Khalil Mack and wide receiver Allen Robinson