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The Detroit Lions and Chicago Bears will meet for the 165th time ever on Monday night.
The Bears lead the all-time series 94-65-5. Last season, they split the season series with Detroit winning the first game 24-13 in Week Five and Chicago winning the second game 37-13 in Week Ten.
The Bears are coming off a bye week and are currently on a three-game winning streak outscoring opponents 98-27 during that span.
The Lions are coming off a big 26-23 road win over the Eagles. At 2-3, Detroit sits at the bottom of the NFC North, but they seem to be getting things going right now.
This game should be intense considering the battle that has been brewing as of late between these two teams.
The Bears are 5-3 under Lovie Smith in games coming off a bye week. They’re 5-1 in their last six games against the Lions.
The next three weeks the Bears play games that arguably very winnable. After Monday night’s clash with the Lions they will host the Panthers and then they will travel to Tennessee to p...
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Coming off a season-saving, confidence-building overtime victory at Philadelphia, the Detroit Lions head to Chicago to take on the Bears in a Monday Night match-up between bitter rivals.
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Hard feelings? Bad blood?
The Chicago Bears and Detroit Lions for the most part did their best to downplay the idea leading into their game on Monday night.
It wasn't exactly an easy sell.
The way emotions boiled over the last time they met at Soldier Field, it's safe to wonder if sparks might fly this time, too.
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Detroit Lions (2-3) at Chicago Bears (4-1)
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When a team can put up the sort of offensive numbers that the Detroit Lions can, it is easy to ignore what they do defensively. So far in the 2012 season, the Lions defense is giving up an average of 324 yards of total offense, good enough for ninth best in the league.
The strength of the Lions’ defense lies in its front four. Defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh is still a terror...
If one was struggling to locate a list of top running backs in the NFL they would only need to review the Detroit Lions schedule -- making the task of stopping Monday night's opposing running back Matt Forte a challenge, but not necessarily foreign.
We discuss the release of Chris Williams, as well as who will replace Alshon Jeffery and more. We also break down this week's NFC North matchup between the Bears and Lions with Mike Mady of Roar Report.
In this week's broadcast we talk about one of the last remnants of the Jerry Angelo, the departure of Chris Williams. We talk about the need for Earl Bennett to step up in the absence of Alshon Jeffery.
Plus we break down the rest of games left on the Bears schedule and get a full preview of the Monday Night game againsts Detroit.
With injuries afflicting the team's defensive backfield, sixth-round draft choice Jonte Green will likely see the field against Jay Cutler and Chicago's offense Monday night. Jim Schwartz commented on Green's improvement at practice this week.