No reason the Bears shouldn't win the NFCN this year
Look, I understand the offense wasn't "great" again, but for the love of god, the team put up 51 points against a terrible opponent. That's what you want, right? Don't simply defeat bad teams, but destroy them. We deserve caveats for the Detroit game, as Cutler was really banged up there, and Carolina is not as bad as their record would indicate. With that said, the vikings are continuing to fall back into fail mode. Ponder averaged 2.9 yards a pass, and the team is losers of 3 of 4. People are still worried about Green Bay, and seeing who their QB is, that's not illogical. HOWEVER, they are injured all over the place: Jordy Nelson, Clay Matthews, Bryan Bulaga along with those from previous weeks. Houston, on paper, is going to be a tough matchup, but let's get over our sudden switch from "Screw ESPN, we're a good team" to "Jay Cutler is our downfall" pity party when we outscore the other team by crazy amounts, and realize we're the favorites over Houston, and there's no reason we can't beat them or San Fran. If we do beat one or both of them, and suffer no more serious injuries along the way, we have this division. Don't be fooled by the Seahawks, we stopped a better RB today, and I'd take Hasselback over Russell Wilson any day of the week. Detroit is the only scary team because they have players with bad attitudes that like to inflict injury.