Keith Schultz (0-1)
All the Bears have to do is shut down Adrian Peterson, the problem is that the Bears like most teams struggle with this task. The Vikings will make this a close game, but in the end playing outdoors will cost the Vikings one too many turnovers in the Bears victory.
Bears 31 – Vikings 27
Coach Boss (0-1)
Jared Allen is a beast on defense and Adrian Peterson is a beast on offense. But after that the talent level drops. Like Coach Trestman said in a press conference earlier this week “[Adiran] Peterson is going to get his; however it is not going to be enough because Christian Ponder is not a quarterback that is going to beat teams, especially a ball-hawking team like the Bears.
Bears 31 – Vikings 17
Cameron Curtis (0-1)
Adrian Peterson runs roughshod all over the Bears, but Christian Ponder can’t keep up his end of the bargain. Trestman and Company’s newfound offensive prowess proves to be too much for the Vikings to match.
Bears 31- Vikings 21
Heather Pink (0-1)
I think the youthful surge that the Bears have tried to instill in their defense will help against Adrian Peterson. Without Jerome Felton, I don’t see Adrian having the same success as last year. Along with that, I think Cutler and his offense are starting to put the pieces together.
Bears 24 – Vikings 10
You’re never as good as you think and you’re never as bad as you think. That can be said for both teams coming into Week 2. The Lions buzzed past the Vikings while the Bears surged past the Bungles. The Bears offense is still a work in progress while the defense still has to contend with Adrian Peterson. Bears get the edge at home, but it’s closer than most people think.
Bears 24 – Vikings 19
GM Mouser (0-1)
In the week two game vs the Vikings, the Bears find their pass rush and so do the Vikings. AP rushes for his usual 100+ yards but the surprise of the game is that Forte rushes for more. Ponder is picked a couple of times as well, as the Bears turnover-fest continues.
Bears 24 Vikings 17
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