Chicago Bears: Analyzing Sunday’s Matchup With NY Giants—Can Bears Go 4-0?

September 28, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Amazingly, Da Bears sit at 3-0, the only undefeated team in the NFC. Sure, they've been winning ugly, but as they say, a win is a win and we'll certainly take it.
But this is not a dominant team by any means. In fact, a Lovie Smith-coached team will likely never be dominating. Smith's teams play a "bend but don't break" type of defense and as longtime Bears fans will attest to, we like an attacking defense that gets after the QB.
But this isn't the Bears of the 80s and Ron Rivera is long gone, so this isn't even the Bears of 2005. But don't despair—the good news is that teams like this can win the Super Bowl but they need to continue to win games the way they have been doing, which is by taking the ball away and preventing the other team from scoring despite all that "bending" they do.
Meanwhile, it's just so damn difficult to predict what will happen from week to week based on what has happened with this team so far.
In Game 1 against Detroit, the Bears won b...

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