Monday, October 22, 2012

Bears by 6.5 (UPDATE)

Give the points.  Detroit was lucky to have won the last game they did.

UPDATE: Seriously?  That late touchdown cost us one-hundred dol.....toothpicks.  One-hundred very expensive toothpicks.  Honestly.



Anonymous Anonymous said...

Lets get a pool going to see how many times Cutler hangs his head in this game!

10/22/2012 02:09:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Bears by 3. That is LOSE by 3. : D

10/22/2012 03:10:00 AM  
Anonymous Bears Guy said...

This should be a battle between the two secondaries and special teams.

The Lions have only 1 interception all year coming just last week.
They are also giving away games with poor special teams play, an area where the Bears excel.

Bears are 5-1 after the bye week over the last 6 years.

Feels like a Bears win to me!

10/22/2012 03:13:00 AM  
Anonymous Bears Guy said...

Tribune picks: Bears vs. Lions on MNF (it's unanimous... all 9 pick the Bears)

Brad Biggs 5-0

Bears 34, Lions 17: Detroit has one explosive player on offense in Calvin Johnson and that isn't enough against the Bears defense that should get a boost with a big ground effort.

Matt Bowen 5-0

Bears 23, Lions 14: Play deep. That's the ticket versus Calvin Johnson. The Bears will lean on their Cover-2 defense, win the battle on special teams and move to 5-1.

David Haugh 4-1

Bears 27, Lions 17: It's only a rivalry if Lions can back up their big talk. But consistently they can't, and a more complete Bears team will expose them on national TV as a dangerous but undisciplined bunch.

Vaughn McClure 5-0

Bears 28, Lions 14: Something tells me the Lions' bark is a lot worse than its bite despite last week's victory over the Eagles. Devin Hester ought to be "ridiculous" against a ridiculously bad Lions coverage team. And Matt Forte always runs well versus this NFC North foe, so feed him.

Dan McNeil 4-1

Bears 30, Lions 20: If the Bears protect reasonably well vs. Detroit's aggressive front seven, they should win. History says Lovie Smith is money after a bye.

Fred Mitchell 4-1

Bears 26, Lions 13: Red-zone efficiency will be key, and the Bears figure to make the most of their opportunities. Ball security is of utmost concern for both teams. Matt Forte should have the ball in his hands a lot as receiver and runner.

Mike Mulligan 4-1

Bears 23, Lions 21: Do you prefer your NFL coach emotionally unavailable or emotionally deranged? The Bears boast the better defense, running game, special teams and head coach. It shouldn't be this close.

Dan Pompei 4-1

Bears 27, Lions 23: Expect another bare knuckle fight between these bitter rivals, with the Bears landing more blows because of their defensive superiority. The takeaway trend should serve the home team well in this game.

Steve Rosenbloom 4-1

Bears 54, Lions 6: There are always questions with the Lions. Will Matthew Stafford play badly or get injured? Can the Lions defense make bail? If the Lions win the toss, will Jim Schwartz choose aiding or abetting? Will Ndamukong Suh bite?

10/22/2012 08:08:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

looks like field conditions will be poor with rain expected later today--- bears need a win to keep on top of the division--- the vikings are playing good and the packers are also getting it together--- bears by 17 against a banged up lions squad----

10/22/2012 08:39:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Special Teams don't get the credit they deserve. Back in he old days, they were called "suicide squads"

10/22/2012 09:37:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

sack count!! lets see how many times culo cutler gets azz rammed

10/22/2012 10:43:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey Bears Guy~ thats where the point spread comes into play. Of course it "feels like a Bears win". But the question is: Will they win by a td or more?

10/22/2012 02:27:00 PM  
Anonymous Maximo said...


10/22/2012 02:46:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Predicted here first. lions by 4
019 tact guy

10/22/2012 05:05:00 PM  
Anonymous Bears Guy said...

Anonymous said...
Hey Bears Guy~ thats where the point spread comes into play. Of course it "feels like a Bears win". But the question is: Will they win by a td or more?

10/22/2012 02:27:00 PM

I'm not really a point spread guy, but since you asked, Bears 31 - Lions 17.

10/22/2012 06:33:00 PM  
Anonymous #90 Ndamukong SUH said...

You're pissing me off, SCC.

10/22/2012 06:40:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

cutty does it..

10/22/2012 09:54:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Great job by "Peanut" shutting down "Megatron".

10/22/2012 10:26:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

While da Bears will win the game, the Lions will beat the 6 1/2 point spread.

10/22/2012 10:52:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The final was 13-7 Bears and, with a spread of 6.5, I am glad I took Detroit. Suckers! Fuck the Bears!

10/23/2012 01:11:00 AM  

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