Found November 02, 2012 on
When the Chicago Bears (6-1) and Tennessee Titans (3-5) meet in Nashville on Sunday this will seemingly be a battle of two teams headed in opposite directions. The Bears are currently on a five-game winning streak, where as the Titans are coming off a tough luck loss to the Indianapolis Colts in Week 8.The last time these two teams met the Titans walked away with a 21-14 despite the fact the Bears held star running back Chris Johnson to just eight yards on 14 carries. For the Bears the schedule gets much tougher with back to back meetings with the Houston Texans and the San Francisco 49ers. Tennessee will head to Miami for a battle with the Dolphins before going on their bye week. On Paper the Bears look like they should run away with this game as the Titans are last in points allowed and near the bottom of the league in run defense. That being said this Titans team is much better then their record shows, and much like the Panthers could spell trouble against the Bears. Here are th...
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The Titans need to feed the ball to Chris Johnson early and often. They need to get him rolling if they have a chance of winning.
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The schedule gets tougher for the Bears after this weekend, so Jay Cutler and Chicago's offense will need to show improvement on the road in Tennessee if they are to build some momentum.
The Chicago Bears are looking to extend their five game winning streak and get the offense on track when they travel to the Music City to face the Tennessee Titans on Sunday. The 6-1 Bears are coming off a come-from-behind 23-22 victory over Carolina, but the offense sputtered. The Titans, 3-5, lost a tough overtime game to Indianapolis 19-13. Jay [...]
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(Eds: APNewsNow. Will be updated. With AP Photos.) By ANDREW SELIGMAN AP Sports Writer The Chicago Bears had some question marks in their secondary when the season started. It turns out they had some answers, too.
With the defensive line applying the pressure up front and the guys in the backfield letting little get past them, the Bears lead the NFC North at 6-1.
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Titans running back Chris Johnson went wild Sunday against the Chicago. He finished the day with 141 yards and a touchdown on just 16 carries.Fantasy Spin:Johnson did lose a couple of fumbles but getting to 141 yards against the Bears' stout run defense is still an impressive feat, even if 80 of said yards came on one play in the fourth quarter.