It is the Bears division to lose. 2 matchups against the Vikes and 1 each against Packers and Lions and they already beat the Pack once.
I actually forgot to state that the Bears, technically lost against the Lions, but due to a horrible NFL rule, a touchdown was nullified. Calvin made that catch, and lost the ball when he went to stand up, so the Bears got insanely lucky to win that game, so I mean again, I can't see them winning the division.
Also, I always felt the team in 1st place was the team to lose the division, not the team in second, who has also lost 3 of their last 4. I just can't see the Bears winning the division.....
I wish I had this challenge, because the Bears are such a pretender its not even funny. Look for them to get exposed against the Vikes in week 10, and lose to GB the second time around (although I kinda hope they win).
Not a Bears hater (actually like Cutler and Forte), but Cutler isn't good enough to win this division. And its not like we're talking about a Super Bowl defense for Chicago at the moment, either. The Bears aren't a "bad" team, but they're not a playoff team, either.
Cutler has never won a division, never reached the playoffs, and when his team was really still in the thick of things, has never really finished strong. Maybe its Mike Martz that is ruining him even further, but I can't see Cutler staving off another implosion for Chicago.
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