Bears vs Vikings: Bear Goggles On's Week 13 Staff Picks and Predictions

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Sep 15, 2013; Chicago, IL, USA; Chicago Bears head coach Marc Trestman during the second half against the Minnesota Vikings at Soldier Field. Chicago won 31-30. Mandatory Credit: Dennis Wierzbicki-USA TODAY Sports

Robert Napier (6-5)

Bears. Although this is the last one in that stadium, and our run defense is terrible. The Pack losing on Thanksgiving has made it so that less focus is on them, and more focus on the Lions, who hold the tie-breaker over us. We need this game badly. I’ll say it again, WE NEED this game. Trestman is not my best friend lately. I will consider allowing him back in the circle of trust if he guides the Bears to a win here. I like aggressive play calling, but don’t be an idiot.

Bears 31 – Vikings 17

@BearsSTH (4-5)

Bears will win. They have to. They won’t lose to the Vikings because they suck. They suck worse than the Bears defense suck. There’s nothing really to analyze or breakdown here. You stop Adrian Peterson, you stop the Vikings from looking like an NFL team and more like the Minnesota Gophers practice squad. Score more points than the other team, then you’re good. The Bears will score more points than the Vikings.

Bears 35 – Vikings 20

Coach Boss (6-5)

Wow. That sucked. I am not sure what to think about this team any more. I see the offense moving in the right direction but I am starting to see mental mistakes more frequently. I don’t really know if anyone on the defense knows how to not get blocked by one guy and/or tackle the guy with the ball before he gets 10 yards down field. Oy. Adrian Peterson should be absolutely licking his chops after watching film. I don’t want to say it but I don’t see the Bears winning in Minnesota.

Bears 24 – Vikings 27

GM Mouser (6-5)

Sep 15, 2013; Chicago, IL, USA; Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson (28) runs away from Chicago Bears outside linebacker Lance Briggs (55) during the third quarter at Soldier Field. The Bears won 31-30. Mandatory Credit: Jerry Lai-USA TODAY Sports

The Bears defense stinks in a way I have never smelled…WOW!  The Vikes are a bad team though and the Bears offense is good…actually, really good!  The Bears will likely not contain Adrian Peterson, but the running game is a slow way to score points.  My guess is the Bears will hold the Vikings to some key field goals instead of giving up touchdowns and the Bears roll on towards Jay Cutler’s return.

Bears 31  – Vikings 30

What do YOU think?  Everyone thinks these predictions are so easy to make.  Put yourself on record each week and see how you stack up with the team!



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