Bears vs Vikings: Keys to a Chicago Bears Victory

Use your ← → (arrows) to browse

Oct 28, 2012; Chicago, IL, USA; Chicago Bears running back Matt Forte (22) celebrates scoring a touchdown with quarterback Jay Cutler (6) against the Carolina Panthers during the first quarter at Soldier Field. Mandatory Credit: Rob Grabowski-USA TODAY Sports

What’s Our Forte???

I got through the first three keys before I realized I was spending way too much time worrying about the Vikings’ anemic offense and not looking at the Bears offense.  Last week Reggie Bush torched the Vikings defense for nearly 200 yards from scrimmage.  Meanwhile, Forte had a so-so start in Week 1.  Coach Trestman wants to get Forte going and as a Fantasy owner of #22, I couldn’t agree more.

Keep it Clean

It was amazing to watch Jay Cutler standing tall in the pocket and deliver the football.  He ended the day with a relatively clean jersey, as the offensive line did not allow a sack.  Cutler almost had a clean stat sheet, but for a tough interception as he was hit and couldn’t follow through on his throw.

For the Bears to beat the Vikings, they don’t need to do anything too flashy on offense.  Keep it simple, keep Cutler clean and not make any big mistakes and they should be on top when the clock hits zeros.

What do you think?  What are YOUR keys to victory?  Post your Comments by logging into Disqus using your Facebook, Twitter or Google accounts.

And as a heads up, Bears tickets are still available for Sunday for as low as $130.

BEAR DOWN!!!

 

Use your ← → (arrows) to browse
Next Bears Game View full schedule »
Monday, Sep 2222 Sep8:30at New York JetsBuy Tickets

Tags: Adrian Peterson Chicago Bears Christian Ponder Greg Jennings.featured Jay Cutler Matt Forte

comments powered by Disqus