Bears vs Lions Predict the Score - Da Bears Book Giveaway


The wife has been getting after me to clean out some of my “junk” and I use the term very loosely, because that “junk” is the Bear Goggles On Prize Closet.  I’ve got a handful of terrific prizes to give away.  The first prize I’ll be giving away is a copy of Steve Delsohn’s terrific book “Da Bears” in honor of the Bears’ trip to the White House.  Check out our review of the book here.

How do you win?  It’s simple.  Check it out after the jump.

Send me an e-mail with the Subject line Bears Lions Contest to [email protected] with your predicted score for Monday night’s showdown between the Bears and Lions by 5PM Central on Monday 10/10/11.   Closest to the actual final score will win a copy of the book.   I reserve the right to break any ties at random.  Good luck and…

BEAR DOWN!!!

 

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  • JerryRichardson

    Bears Win 27-17

  • JerryRichardson

    Bears Win 27-17

  • A.Scott

    Bears win 21-17

  • A.Scott

    Bears win 21-17

  • BearGogglesOn

    Please send me an e-mail with your prediction. I can’t accept predictions in the comments.

  • BearGogglesOn

    Please send me an e-mail with your prediction. I can’t accept predictions in the comments.

  • BearGogglesOn

    Same goes for you Mr Richardson. @JerryRichardson

  • BearGogglesOn

    Same goes for you Mr Richardson. @JerryRichardson

  • City

    The Lions have faced to average teams in the Bucs and the Cowboys. Otherwise, they played two terrible teams in the Vikings and Chiefs. I don’t think they’ve seen a “good” team yet. The Bears have played the two best teams in the NFC (Packers and Saints). Can they take advantage of that experience and apply enough pressure on the Lions to make them fold? I think they can! Bears win 27-13.

    I know Boomer – send an email, but I’m not competing for the book (Since I already have one and wrote the book report!) :)

  • City

    The Lions have faced to average teams in the Bucs and the Cowboys. Otherwise, they played two terrible teams in the Vikings and Chiefs. I don’t think they’ve seen a “good” team yet. The Bears have played the two best teams in the NFC (Packers and Saints). Can they take advantage of that experience and apply enough pressure on the Lions to make them fold? I think they can! Bears win 27-13.

    I know Boomer – send an email, but I’m not competing for the book (Since I already have one and wrote the book report!) :)