We’re approaching another big week in a still-developing NFL season, but coming off the last week left to themselves to re-energize and re-group after a loss, the Chicago Bears should […]
Just a week ago, the Bears looked like a galvanized team after rallying past multiple injuries in route to a huge division win against Minnesota. Not much of that grit and determination showed in the trip to London.
London games can have an air of randomness to them where anything can happen, the Bears should want to keep in control against upset-minded Oakland.
Surely, the Cubs won’t find someone who can match the working class sage wisdom of Maddon, but should Theo Epstein find the right guy, then he will extend a precious window of contention.
Should the Sox hang up any more banners in the near future, there’s a good chance that team will feature much of the talent that established themselves in 2019.
While the offense dealt with adversity once Trubisky left, the defense never had a problem and performed a miraculously dominant game. Now, the Bears are tied for first in the NFC North with the Packers.
Four quarters will be the minimum to decide this game. Expect nothing less than a stressful, down-to-the-wire nail biter on Sunday.
It was a must win for a Bears team with great aspirations. Losing this game could have put them way too far behind even this early into the season, but a beautiful thing in the NFL is that winning makes everything alright, for at least one more week.
As a baseball fan with an older mentality, Williams is a person that likes players that let their games do the talking and do the little things that may not appear in the box chart.
The road of the regular season is paved with some really tough opponents for the Bears, they need to take advantage of the easier teams, such as Washington.