Bears-Giants: Chicago Getting Little Respect for Sunday Night’s Game

October 2, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

While Chicago is the last unbeaten team in the NFC, it appears NFL odds-makers aren’t sold. In fact, they have listed the Bears as a four-point underdog with the total set at 44 for their Sunday night contest with the 1-2 New York Giants.
The 3-0 Bears are off to their best start since the 2006 season when they started 7-0 and went on to represent the NFC in the Super Bowl.
Right now, Chicago, which went 7-9 last season, is still considered one of the biggest surprises in the league. The Bears may gain a few more believers if they can win at New York on Sunday.
For New York, the sentiment has been disappointment.  Since a 31-18 win over Carolina in Week 1, the Giants have been blown out by Indianapolis and Tennessee.
The outstanding play of quarterback Jay Cutler is a big reason why Chicago is off to a strong start. Cutler has looked like a completely different quarterback than the one who led the league with 26 interceptions in 2009. Thus far...

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