Good News Bears: Has Chicago Done Enough This Offseason To Improve?

August 2, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

As a fan of NFC North football, I've seen and heard just about everything. 
If it isn't the Lions' ultimate dismissal from contention or the Packers questionable tragic loss of Brett Favre in 2007, it's Minnesota's rise to the top, as Brad Childress continues to lead his troops toward the ever so close Super Bowl victory that the Purple People Eaters desire.
Yes, the NFC North is all wrapped up in a neat little package right about now.
However, what about that seemingly forgotten team of nowadays, the Chicago Bears?  Sure, we all recognize that they are a part of the North division, but when it comes to being serious contenders, most people are perfectly fine with labeling the Bears as a number three team.
But what is the reason for the Bears' recent demise? 
When it comes to a fan point of view, many people would be willing to pin it all on public enemy number one, Jay Cutler.  Due to his woeful passing ways in 2009, Jay Cutler is an easy t...

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