A Fan's Non-expert take on Chicago Bears Week 5 Loss to Saints

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This Hangs in My LIving Room 6 Months a Year

This Hangs in My LIving Room 6 Months a Year

Wow, two losses in a row. Each one had me thinking we had a chance until the end. It’s heartbreaking. I’m proud as ever to be a Bears fan though. This is where some of the fair-weathers start to ditch. Bye-bye. Don’t let the door hit you on the way out. I’m in for the long haul.

God, Family, Bears. Those are the things that are most important to me. Any kind of growth I’ve experienced in my life has been the result of some type of adversity. I feel the pain, sit in it for a comfortable minute, and then I come to a conclusion about what I  have to do. Not what somebody else  has to do. There is something to be done right now.

I’m going to love my Chicago Bears more than ever.

The New Orleans Saints and their high-powered offense and much-improved defense are one of the best teams in the NFL right now, but the Bears made them look average. Didn’t they? That says something about our chances this season. With our first meeting against Green Bay coming right after the bye, I’m excited about that match up instead of dreading it. I personally don’t think the Packers are better than the Saints this year. 

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  • Rod

    you are correct you are NOT an expert…the saints offense looked “average” because they weren’t slinging the ball all over the field because they instead BALL CONTROLLED to eat clock and keep possession away from Cutler…by the way, name how many teams in NFL history have ball controlled without a running game…”I’ll wait”…exactly…you can’t…and lets not dare pretend like the saints defense didn’t dominate the whole game…Cutler didn’t turn on the elite passing switch (which he is capable of) until late in the fourth quarter when it didn’t even matter anymore…but hey at least it won’t make it appear as if they were badly beaten and dominated…

  • dwestwing

    The Bears did not make the Saints look average. The Saints looked like a team doing exactly what it took to beat the Bears. Cool, calm ball control with the occasional explosion to show what they can do when they need to.