Found October 10, 2011 on Midwest Sports Fans:
This week’s Monday Night Football matchup  features a rivalry from the old “black and blue” division. The Chicago Bears (2-2) will travel to play the undefeated Detroit Lions (4-0). The Lions have been the NFL’s best surprise this season. They had been playing better for the past two seasons, but now with Matthew Stafford healthy they’re a seriously dangerous team. The Bears, though, have been consistently inconsistent with their passing and running game showing up at time but never at the exact time. Bears-Lions: The Offenses Chicago Bears The Bears’ offense has been somewhat of a wreck this season. While Jay Cutler isn’t having a terrible season, he’s not blowing anyone away with his stats, but he shouldn’t have to. The Bears are still a run and defense-oriented team. The two games the Bears won, their defense forced turnovers and Matt Forte had a good game on the ground. Some teams can win through the air. The Bears aren’t that type of team. What the Bears’ offense is going to ne
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