If Green Bay and Minnesota Are Good, Then What Does That Make the Bears?

March 27, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The NFC North.  It's almost like an old western shootout movie.  Three teams that are above average, featuring talent, skill, and the potential to go far, equipped with one team that is struggling to make a name for themselves, but still can't be written off.
The Minnesota Vikings and Green Bay Packers have become the talking point of the NFC North in the past two to three years.  With the addition of Brett Favre to the Minnesota Vikings, and Aaron Rodgers' newfound ability at the quarterback position, there has been little time to discuss the struggling 7-9 Chicago Bears of late, as the simple headline of "Will Brett Favre retire?" overshadows the very thought.
However, here we are on the verge of April and the Chicago Bears look to be once again a threat or a "sleeper" if you will, in the NFC North division.  The addition of Julius Peppers has helped Chicago immensely, and although quarterback Jay Cutler has been under the gun as of late, his late-minute...

Read Complete Article at Bleacher Report - NFL
Article is property of BleacherReport.com

readers comments