Found December 17, 2012 on The Penalty Flag:
If the Chicago Bears had any real intention of participating in the 2012 NFL playoffs then a win on Sunday at home against the NFC North leading Green Bay Packers was a must.  A Bears loss would not only concede the division title to the Packers but it would also give the Minnesota Vikings the opportunity to slide into the sixth seed in the NFC playoffs with only two games remaining.  Well the perfect storm came to the Windy City in Week 15 of the NFL season and it looks as if it will force the Bears into another long winter’s nap. Losers of five of their last six games the Bears have been in a slump the second half of the season.  Coming into Sunday’s game the Chicago Bears offense ranked a dismal 28th in the NFL; to say their performance has been a disappointment is a huge understatement.… Read more
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