Monday, October 09, 2006

unBEARable


The Bears seem like the team to beat in the NFC as they keep steam rolling through teams like they did today 40-7. This Chicago Bear team looks very scary and with the schedule they could finish 13-3 shoot maybe even better. Do you think they could possible go undefeated?
Oct 16 @Arizona
Week 7 BYE
Oct 29 San Francisco
Nov 5 Miami
Nov 12 @N.Y. Giants
Nov 19 @N.Y. Jets
Nov 26 @New England
Dec 3 Minnesota
Dec 11 @St. Louis
Dec 17 Tampa Bay
Dec 24 @Detroit
Dec 31 Green Bay

6 Comments:

Blogger Steve said...

Perhaps I'm in serious self-denial about another team going undefeated, but I don't think the Bears will go that far. Are they the team to beat in the NFC? Absolutely. I would have loved to see what the Seahawks could do against them with Alexander, but then again, it probably wouldn't have made that much of a difference.

I agree they could go 13-3, I actually think more on the 14-2 end of things. Just looking at their schedule based on the opposing offenses, who can possibly beat them?

Here's the key for the Bears - Rex Grossman stay healthy. He does, they will be representing the NFC in the Super Bowl.

8:09 AM  
Blogger Jamezwp said...

Thankfully the Broncos aren't on that schedule!

They appear to be the team to beat this year. I would love to see the Bears wipe their ass with Peyton Manning in the super bowl.

Grossman needs to take his Bears Jersey off and put his Gators jersey back on because he is putting up numbers worthy of Spurrier's blessing. I think it's damn near impossible to go 19-0 but when you have the leagues highest scoring offense, and the leagues lowest scoring defense, you certainly have the recipe to at least bring up the conversation. We should just see where their at around week 10 and see if they can maintain this pace.

9:29 AM  
Anonymous JohnnySox said...

The Bears are playing great, but remember last yars Colts? The Colts D was terrific through 12 weeks and they were crushing all opponents. Those last few weeks when all is wrapped up is the problem, will the coach risk injuring and wearing out starters for a record or will he prepare properly for the playoffs? Plus, there are many weeks of possible injuries left that can quickly ruin their chances, ask Carolina.

10:33 AM  
Blogger quest4facts said...

The Bears are definitley intimidating and a force to be reckoned with. Like others have said lets see if they have the stamina to last the entire season (and playoffs). Lets just remember the injury bug can decimate any team. I think a Bears vs. Broncos superbowl would be awesome. I think "Da Bearsss lose feyeve too tree!"


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7:41 PM  
Blogger RED said...

Well tonight on MNF VS the Cardinals they proved they could overcome adversity!

12:02 AM  
Blogger Jamezwp said...

let's talk about how Jake Plummer needs to get run over by the RTD lightrail so we can get Cutler to put up some fucking points. Good grief somebody kill himmmmmmmmmmm.

1:26 PM  

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