Nothing’s really fun about today as it comes in the wake of a tough 31-28 overtime loss by the Chicago Bears to the Miami Dolphins. The Bears had an opportunity […]
In our haste to continue a surprising run and set up a showdown of showdowns in the coming week against New England, we all forgot that (Brock) Osweiler for some reason likes to get in the Bears’ behinds when they cross him.
This Dolphins team is largely an unknown, coming into the year they had very little name recognition and so far they have been very opportunistic in getting to their winning record. The Bears will have to take care of all the little things and be opportunistic themselves to get a win this week.
The playoffs are definitely a possibility if the Bears stay at the current level they are at and if the team’s confidence takes no hits. If the offense can establish itself as a consistent compliment to the defense like they did against the Bucs then the Bears can definitely win their division
As discerning as we were with our votes, things can change awful quickly in the NFL and as we let the first week on our road to the second rankings (which we’ll do once every four weeks) pass we feel compelled to re-examine the 5, due diligence and all that.
In Trubisky the Bears have their most modern template for a franchise quarterback ever, a guy they can basically mold into their own to do the things that winners do in the NFL today. So what is there to make of this guy through a year and a half of play?
As a treat during this Chicago Bears bye week we give you our first WARR Power 5 NFL rankings, compiled using votes by a trusted panel of WARR-associated followers of the League
Dirk Koetter was quoted after the game saying everyone on the field for the Bucs should have been fired, including the coaches. Its hard to disagree with that assessment after how bad Koetter’s team looked Sunday, but for the Bears and a long-suffering fan base it was a performance to dream of.
The process of re-examination is something we’re painfully familiar with in Chicago so we should lend some empathy to our former division mates who also have a long history of just not getting it together no matter how they try.
Fitzgerald has set NFL history with three straight 400-yard passing games to open 2018, he stands to test a Bears defense with a number of weapons that puts Tampa Bay’s attack as one of the best in the NFL.