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.
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.
Monday night’s football game between the Chicago Bears and Minnesota Vikings should be the last time the Bears are seen in a national broadcast in 2017 and that is quite […]
Ryan Bukowiecki is a student at the Illinois Media School and a contributor to The D & Davis Show After an embarrassing loss to the hated rival Packers, the Bears […]
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At a combined 7-1, the match up this week between the Bears and the New Orleans Saints represents a key match up in the NFC as the NFL season enters […]