The Bears are heading to Miami still in first place.


I don’t think any of us expected the Bears to be in this position. The NFC North is there for the taking. The Vikings were able to hold on against the Eagles on Sunday. And Mason Crosby of the Packers did his best impression of Connor Barth in a loss against the Lions. Crazy.

As implied, the door for this division is wide open for the Bears. Are they smart enough to keep doing what they’ve done the last three games? Or are they dumb enough to revert back to the season opener by blowing leads and poor play-calling by the coaches?

Only time will tell.

5 Responses to “The Bears are heading to Miami still in first place.”

  1. dvxprime Says:

    Meanwhile, somewhere in Champaign, IL…

    Fire Lovie Smith. End of discussion.

  2. dvxprime Says:

    Getting owned and outperformed by Brock Osweiler?

    Not a good sign, Bears.

  3. Fro Dog Says:

    Lovie is a disaster. That defense is terrible at Illinois.

    And go figure, the Bears were steps from putting this game away. Then, the referees with a horrible pass interference call and promptly, Matt Nagy thought it was cute to call a pass play right after only for Trubisky to throw an interception right in the end zone.

    Not looking good. Another blown lead for Nagy.

  4. dvxprime Says:

    Oh, hell,no…

    Bad enough DaBears give up 359 yes. and 3 TDs to Brock fucking Osweiler, but he tackles a Bear defender in the end zone for a safety. FML.

  5. Cbears523 Says:

    Our kicker sucks. We blew it signing him to that deal this offseason


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