Found October 09, 2013 on NESN.com:
It wasn’t long ago that the Chicago Bears were on the fast track to an impressive 2013 campaign, but then things went south. Now hoping to recover from consecutive losses to the Detroit Lions and New Orleans Saints, Jay Cutler and company are 9-point favorites against the winless New York Giants on the NFL spread. Will a date with the surprisingly futile Giants be enough to put the NFC North contenders back in a position to succeed? According to oddsmakers, the Bears hold 40/1 odds of winning the Super Bowl. Were they not in a division with equally unpredictable, yet formidable, forces like the Green Bay Packers and Minnesota Vikings, that may even be higher. Alas, life in the NFC North isn’t about to get any easier any time soon, making the Week 6 contest with Eli Manning’s crew all the more important. While the Bears may have more going for them early on, it would be folly to underestimate how dangerous a team like New York can be when desperation starts to kick in. The Giants may...
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