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Next up... the 5-1 Chicago Bears @ Soldier Field

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Their only loss coming against the against the Packers at Lambeau field, they are undefeated at home.

Their 5 wins have come at a combined score of 152-55.

In those games, the offense scoring an average of 30.4 points per game, and they've scored 41 twice. The defense giving up only 11 points a game, so an average margin of victory of ~19 points. Their special teams, as they have been for years, among the best in the league.

The only common opponent they have with us so far is Dallas, which they beat 34-18.

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Hopefully they destroy Detroit and over look us........ :(

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you know i bet we could stymie them with the read option

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Bears are good this year, expected us to lose this game while I was still optimistic about our season.....I expect us to play them close and lose sadly

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This is the game where everyone is amazing, we win by 2+ scores, half the huddle goes "Where directly the fug was that all year!?!?" The other half, "This is the turnaround! 11-5!" & the next week we lose to the Skins 35-1... yes 1.

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i feel like this will be the falcons game all over again

story of the panthers... close, but no cigar

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So what youre saying is 1-15 i mean 1-6 right

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