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    Re: Evaluating the NFC North

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    Who else in the AFC was doing anything great last season?
    ???
    The Chiefs did great for us
    with their "I want all the picks in the Draft 08"
    El underdog.

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    Re: Evaluating the NFC North

    I think we are jumping the gun...
    The bears are a bit ahead of us as I see it...

    The bears had an injury riddled 2007. Lets not forget that.
    Both starting Cbs missed or was hurt in about 7-8 of their games.
    They traded/cut most of thier DTs.
    Tommy Harris was coming off a knee issue(torn ACL me thinks) and had knee issues all season long.
    Mike Brown was lost for the season.
    Urlacher had bck problems as well.

    So they played without 1 saftey, Cbs, No DTs and an injuried MLB all season long.
    We cannot hope our luck will be that good this year. The bears will be back and the fight for the NFC north will be a tough one.

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    Re: Evaluating the NFC North

    "kevoncox" wrote:
    I think we are jumping the gun...
    The bears are a bit ahead of us as I see it...

    The bears had an injury riddled 2007. Lets not forget that.
    Both starting Cbs missed or was hurt in about 7-8 of their games.
    They traded/cut most of thier DTs.
    Tommy Harris was coming off a knee issue(torn ACL me thinks) and had knee issues all season long.
    Mike Brown was lost for the season.
    Urlacher had bck problems as well.

    So they played without 1 saftey, Cbs, No DTs and an injuried MLB all season long.
    We cannot hope our luck will be that good this year. The bears will be back and the fight for the NFC north will be a tough one.
    They still have no QB and no Running back... and now no WR...
    Disclaimer: I'm an idiot.

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    Re: Evaluating the NFC North

    "C" wrote:
    "kevoncox" wrote:
    I think we are jumping the gun...
    The bears are a bit ahead of us as I see it...

    The bears had an injury riddled 2007. Lets not forget that.
    Both starting Cbs missed or was hurt in about 7-8 of their games.
    They traded/cut most of thier DTs.
    Tommy Harris was coming off a knee issue(torn ACL me thinks) and had knee issues all season long.
    Mike Brown was lost for the season.
    Urlacher had bck problems as well.

    So they played without 1 saftey, Cbs, No DTs and an injuried MLB all season long.
    We cannot hope our luck will be that good this year. The bears will be back and the fight for the NFC north will be a tough one.
    They still have no QB and no Running back... and now no WR...
    Urlacher still has naggin NECK injuries, he is pissed about not getting a new contract, Briggs is pissed too even thought he just signed his contract. Their Offense is a big ?. Whos QB? Whos RB? Can Brandon Lloyd and Marty Booker pose a threat? I think CHI will finish last in the division. Id say im more scared of DET, but hell, they are the lions lol

    Pissing on the Pack since 08'

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    Re: Evaluating the NFC North

    "kevoncox" wrote:
    I think we are jumping the gun...
    The bears are a bit ahead of us as I see it...

    The bears had an injury riddled 2007. Lets not forget that.
    Both starting Cbs missed or was hurt in about 7-8 of their games.
    They traded/cut most of thier DTs.
    Tommy Harris was coming off a knee issue(torn ACL me thinks) and had knee issues all season long.
    Mike Brown was lost for the season.
    Urlacher had bck problems as well.

    So they played without 1 saftey, Cbs, No DTs and an injuried MLB all season long.
    We cannot hope our luck will be that good this year. The bears will be back and the fight for the NFC north will be a tough one.
    To my knowledge he still does and is not happy with his contract.

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    Re: Evaluating the NFC North

    Bears swept Green Bay last season but were swept by Minnesota, everyone’s favorite to win the Central this year. The Oct. 19 home game against the Vikings will be important.

    Really.... :

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    Re: Evaluating the NFC North

    Bottom line...anything less than 10 wins is a disappointment.
    Improved QB play will deliver 10 wins EASILY IMHO.
    TJack must show improvement.
    I believe this team is ready to explode and very close to blowing the roof off the humptydome.
    Obviously, stars need to stay healthy and we need to have some things bounce our way too
    ;D, which, historically, has been a bit of a problem
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    Re: Evaluating the NFC North

    "kevoncox" wrote:
    I think we are jumping the gun...
    The bears are a bit ahead of us as I see it...

    The bears had an injury riddled 2007. Lets not forget that.
    Both starting Cbs missed or was hurt in about 7-8 of their games.
    They traded/cut most of thier DTs.
    Tommy Harris was coming off a knee issue(torn ACL me thinks) and had knee issues all season long.
    Mike Brown was lost for the season.
    Urlacher had bck problems as well.

    So they played without 1 saftey, Cbs, No DTs and an injuried MLB all season long.
    We cannot hope our luck will be that good this year. The bears will be back and the fight for the NFC north will be a tough one.
    Defensively we are not too far behind them, both the Bears and Vikings have great defenses. However the Bears have one of the worst offenses in the league. They have an aging, mediocre offensive line, no receivers, no running backs, and Rex Grossman. They are by far the worst team in the division. With that offense they will be lucky to win 6 games, especially considering their schedule. Right now I think its going to be a race between the Dolphins, Falcons, Chiefs, Bears and 49ers for the 1st overall pick next year.

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    I just hope that we don't play musical chairs with our QB's this year. I have a feeling that Chilly is going to keep Tjack on a short leash…..We may see all QB's get some time if Tjack under performs. If we start 1-2 or 0-3, Tjack is done for the year as a starter. His health is another question. Can he go all year without missing a start? He needs as much experience as possible. I pray that Tjack is not a career backup, with whom we are putting all of our chips on... (i'm looking at you Aaron Brooks)

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    Re: Evaluating the NFC North

    "kevoncox" wrote:
    I think we are jumping the gun...
    The bears are a bit ahead of us as I see it...
    The bears had an injury riddled 2007. Lets not forget that.
    Both starting Cbs missed or was hurt in about 7-8 of their games.
    They traded/cut most of thier DTs.
    Tommy Harris was coming off a knee issue(torn ACL me thinks) and had knee issues all season long.
    Mike Brown was lost for the season.
    Urlacher had bck problems as well.

    So they played without 1 saftey, Cbs, No DTs and an injuried MLB all season long.
    We cannot hope our luck will be that good this year. The bears will be back and the fight for the NFC north will be a tough one.
    lol

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