A tale of two halves: Bears 41 Jaguars 17


Let’s be honest, the Bears barely escaped the first half of this game. Mike Glennon seemed to have been on his way to a career game because the defense was again, playing like shit. Trubisky fulfilled his weekly obligation of throwing an interception in the end zone. But then Mike Glennon reminded himself he was Mike Glennon and threw an interception right after that set up a field goal. The second half arrived and the Bears finally woke up. It wasn’t easy early on, but they did their job.

The offense played decent and the defense locked it down in the second half with big plays. If they played any other team, we’re probably discussing a disaster.

The Packers are up next week. The scenario to the playoffs is simple: They can win and get in or pray the Cardinals lose to the Rams.

6 Responses to “A tale of two halves: Bears 41 Jaguars 17”

  1. dvxprime Says:

    This would be a REALLY good time for Da Bears, as a football team and a professional football organization, for them to finally renew their “rivalry” with the Packers.

    Getting ahead of myself:

    Packers are right now the No. 1 seed in the NFC. Depending on what happens the next two weeks, the Bears could have a home-and-away game series against the Pack. If the bears manage to smuggle an upset next week at Soldier Field, they could end up with their Wild Card road trip to Green Bay, who may be the No.2 seed.

    The last three trips to the frozen tundra of Lambeau have not been kind to the Bears.

    Full disclosure: The only bears games I have seen are the nationally televised ones (i.e the Sunday Night Football embarrassment at GB on the Sunday after Turkey Day.)

    That being said, until the Bears start making serious steps at becoming a perennial playoff contender and renewing their “rivalry” with the Packers, I refuse to spend one cent on streaming or NFL Sunday Ticket. If they’re already getting enough money from the TV deals, I’m not gonna add to the McCaskey’ bank account so they can still make a profit at mismanaging an NFL franchise.

  2. Pie in the Sky Says:

    If Green Bay clinches the #1 seed tonight, then Chicago may not get Aaron Rodgers for four quarters.

  3. Paul Says:

    Rodgers will delight in knocking the Bears out of the playoffs and we sure don’t want the Bears to make the playoffs which would give the McCaskeys an excuse to keep Pace and Nagy!!!

  4. Pie in the Sky Says:

    Welp, Green Bay can’t clinch #1 seed tonight, so Green Bay definitely going all out Week 17. But it seems like Nagy has finally learned to trust Montgomery…

  5. Fro Dog Says:

    This is all set up for a nerve-wracking Sunday. It’s all but confirmed that Jared Goff broke his thumb. The Rams need to beat the Cardinals to not only get themselves into the playoffs, but to also help the Bears get in.

  6. chucky Says:

    Wow, this fucking sucks ass.


    And evidently this isn’t his first brush with the law. Read on.


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