Jul 26, 2012; Bourbonnais, IL, USA; Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler during the opening day of training camp on the campus of Olivet Nazarene University. Mandatory Credit: Bradley Leeb-USA TODAY Sports

Training Camp Preview: Bears vs Bears 5 Questions with BearGogglesOn

This weeks edition of “5 Questions” is a preview of the toughest match-up of the season. That would be the Bears vs Bears. Training Camp is upon us and for the next 4 weeks we will be diving into Chicago Bears practice like we haven’t seen football in 5 months. Yeah, I know it seems like it has been longer, but the wait is finally over.

What match-up are you looking forward to the most?

I’m looking forward to seeing the Bears Offense go against the Bears Defense with no contact. There is nothing more exciting than watching a team practice for two hours. Especially in the hot sun when you have kids with you who keep asking questions like, “Dad, when is this going to be over?”

Which player or players are you looking forward to seeing in Training Camp?

I am really looking forward to seeing all the players. I have been deprived of football for almost 5 months now. I could watch special team drills and it would make me happy.

Will Jay Cutler be able to stay upright?

I think this year in training camp that Jay Cutler will be protected by his new look offensive line. Plus, since it is practice, nobody is allowed to even look at him, so he should be able to stay upright.

Which Preseason game are you looking forward to the most?

I’m looking forward to all of them. They are extremely pointless and not that interesting to watch, yet I have them marked in my calendar and I will probably get together with a bunch of friends to watch them. Deprivation will drive a fan to do stupid things, including watching preseason games.

If we did a Madden Simulation, who do you think will win?

It all depends. There are too many deciding factors. It all depends on the rating of the defense, offense and special teams. The Bears would have the edge and squeak out a victory.

I want to thank BearGogglesOn for taking the time out to answer our 5 Questions this week.

 

 

 

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