2014 Preseason: Bears vs. Seahawks Talking Smack with 12th Man Rising

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Aug 14, 2014; Chicago, IL, USA; Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler (6) during the third quarter of the preseason game at Soldier Field. Mandatory Credit: Mike DiNovo-USA TODAY Sports

BearGogglesOn just started a league this year, so that is going to be interesting. If you were to look at fantasy players from the Bears, it all depends on what kind of league you are playing in. Brandon Marshall is always good in almost all leagues because he gets a lot of catches and touchdowns. Alshon Jeffery is a good choice too, but I would pick Marshall before Jeffery. Matt Forte is also good in all leagues since he catches a lot of balls out of the backfield. His main problem has been getting a lot of touchdowns because he hasn’t had the best blocking at the goal line. Jay Cutler might be a good choice for a 2nd quarterback if you have two, or even a backup. I wouldn’t pick Jay as my primary because he has been injured so much over the last few years.
So, I think it is obvious who you are picking to win on Friday night. Are there any position battles the Bears fans should be watching once the second half begins?

"A guy to keep an eye on will be MLB Brock Coyle, a surprising and fun-to-watch UDFA from Montana. Plays the He’s in a battle for the final LB spot but is being put on the 1st and 2nd teams this preseason. The Robert Turbin/Christine Michael battle for backup RB is interesting and of course Terrelle Pryor is vying for the backup QB job. Those are probably the most interesting from an outside perspective."

I want to thank Josh Davis from 12th Man Rising for taking the time to talk some smack this week. What do you think Bears fans? Did the Bears do enough in the off season to take on the Seahawks? Should we even be paying much attention to this game in terms of performance? Tell me what you think in the comments below.

GO BEARS!