I think the Bears played a good game, they actually -scored- more to the end zone than Detroit IE via field goals by almost 2-1, the score coulda been much higher. But they survived the win. But the GB/MN game was tight, as I expected MN is the unexpected team here. GB seems to have had some problems this year, they are still a very good team. MN beat some team I didnt expect hey would beat. I don't know where the winning percentage came from in deciding who gets into the playoffs came from, Bears and MN records are the same, they wouldve have to play a tie breaker game, but I guess the win percentage takes out playing extra games and pushing the season back schedule wise, I see that, oh well, win your games bub!!! What Isee with the bears is still a building session like the 85 bears before, the bears today are like the 84 bears, on the brink of hitting it right, but needs that extra edge to go over the mark to superbowldom. I am not dissapointed, I see where the bears are at, one more time next year. We don't need a coach change now, that would disrupt the progress, just look at what needs the fixin teamwise, it may not mean changing players so much than improving your existing players, and Johnny Knox might be available for play...we'll watch... cheers.