Defeating the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in a Thursday Night Football thriller broadcast to the nation makes a bigger impact than losing at Noon the prior Sunday to Indianapolis in regional coverage.
A “now or never” type mentality is needed for this game…the stunning carriage that carried the team through September looks good for a pumpkin transformation as October continues.
Somehow, someway the Bears have become a somewhat dangerous team, which is a miracle based on their mainly dismal season.
This might not be the sexiest match-up but both of these teams are 6-6 and can’t afford another loss, especially in a winnable game.
Once the release of the schedule came out for the Bears, fans got a taste of what a division winning schedule looks like compared to a last place schedule.
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