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Not predicting Super Bowl

January 3, 2011 - Terri Castelaz
I really thought I wasn’t going to blog about the Chicago Bears again until the Super Bowl, but after reading several articles regarding the loss on Sunday I can’t help myself. I got annoyed after one reporter used the term “uninspired” to describe the teams efforts on Sunday. Really, “uninspired.” The only thing that to me was “uninspiring” on Sunday is when it came to the Bears opportunities to score a touchdown and the coaches play calling. Why did the Bears choose to pass 39 times and run only 20. Forte had a couple of 20 plus yard runs on back-to-back handoffs which was obviously working so why keep putting it up. The Bears have proven their key to winning is running the football. Do you think they wanted their playoff opponent to see Cutler put it up 39 times? Just didn't understand it. And how can you say the defense was “uninspired.” When they only allowed the Packers to score 10 points. (Remember this was the same offense that many were predicting to win the Super Bowl in the preseason.) I certainly wasn’t worried about the loss on Sunday, but the Bears certainly have their work cut out for them in the playoffs. By the way, Green Bay now thinks they’re going to the Super Bowl. They must be very excited after putting up 10 points on Chicago’s defense. I'm just saying, the Bears won the division and finished the year with more wins than Green Bay, and no in Chicago is predicting the Super Bowl.

 
 

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