Biggs: 10 thoughts after Bears' win

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    I really enjoy reading Biggs articles lately. Here's his points 1-5. I'll post 6-10 in the next post below this one.

     
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    Here's the rest of that article (points 6 through 10).

     
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    I loved this part ^^^^^
     
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    Man, we really didn't have a pass rush at all. Hopefully they can clean that up. I did like the way the "O' played. Keeping Cutler from getting sacked. Good game and I hope to see the Bears dominate the Vikings next.
     
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    10 h. Last Bears coach to begin his career 2-0? Neill Armstrong in 1978 when the team started 3-0 before an eight-game losing streak

    Hope Tresty beats that one.
     
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    10 h. Last Bears coach to begin his career 2-0? Neill Armstrong in 1978 when the team started 3-0 before an eight-game losing streak

    Hope Tresty beats that one.
     
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    This is a sign of a well-coached team. Personal fouls are unnecessary and lose games. The rookie understood this, and showed great restraint. Smart decision by Mills.
     
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    They should, the only other team that will be a challenge is our rivals, the Packers. Should be fun to watch them, and sit next to my girlfriend, who is a BIG Packers fan....GO BEARS!!! LOL
     
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    Mark, do not sleep on either the Vikes or the Lions. The Lions are going to be as tough as ever to try and stop. Bush and Johnson are a wicked 1-2 combo, and they have a couple good TE's to boot, and a goal line back in Bell also. And that isn't even mentioning their DL, which will be another tough matchup.

    Vikes O might not be great, but when you have AP you have a shot to win, did you see the poor tackling the Bears displayed yesterday? You do that to AP and he'll have a career day against you.

    Bears are good, better then I thought they'd show this early, but Don't sleep on this Div.
     
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    I was very interested in the update on Marquess Wilson. It sounds like they are 100% invested in him as a developmental WR. I had forgotten the fact that he is only 20 years old. He's still growing and developing physically at that age.
     

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