Posted: 12/01/2012 4:56 PM
Posted: 12/02/2012 12:07 AM
ALUMNI56 wrote: And the board was silent. Without Hester, the Bears are a bit less scary. Erlacher looks old, and Cutler is, well, Cutler. The Hawks haven't done so well on the road, but I'm feeling like there is a new northwestern wind a blowin. Chicago doesn't have any real standout playmakers but they seem to find a way to win. Chicago is willing to give up the short pass, so I think if we can just keep the chains moving, we can leave the Windy City wit a hash mark in the win column.Is anyone else concerned about our defense faltering in the second half of the season?We started out so well, and now, we aren't. Pete says that it's just a loss of focus for a young team. I'm not so sure.We'll be without a few key defensive starters this week, so this will be a make or break game for a wild card spot.
Posted: 12/02/2012 7:49 AM
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