NFL  > Chicago Bears  > Week 5 Jacksonville. DANGER GAME~!!!!
October 4, 2012, 05:13 AM
This is a trap game for the Bears. They KNOW they are better than Jacksonville, but if they think this Jacksonville IS good enough to beat the Bears. This game will be a true test and will show the true nature of the Bears. If they can win and not be overconfident then we could go on a winning streak like previous years. We shall see. GO BEARS!!!
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October 4, 2012  07:33 AM ET

Blaine Gabbert should not be able to beat the Bears. Period!!!

October 4, 2012  07:41 AM ET
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just like i believe the patriots ''overlooked'' arizona in anticipation of playing baltimore the following week on primetime/tv;.........[m.-op.].

Excactly! Arizona came to play and unfortunately, the Pats did not!

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October 4, 2012  08:32 AM ET
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Blaine Gabbert should not be able to beat the Bears. Period!!!

No, he shouldn't be able to, I agree. BUT........he is still a professional athlete, and eventually he MAY get to the point to where he is outstanding. Never know when that one game will be when he does come into his own.

I'm not saying that he ever will, but he just might. Or he may have a really good game when he's "on". I agree with bearsfan....you cannot overlook any team just because they're "not any good". They still have that stubby running back......can't think of his name.............drew something....

October 4, 2012  08:46 AM ET
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No, he shouldn't be able to, I agree. BUT........he is still a professional athlete, and eventually he MAY get to the point to where he is outstanding. Never know when that one game will be when he does come into his own.I'm not saying that he ever will, but he just might. Or he may have a really good game when he's "on". I agree with bearsfan....you cannot overlook any team just because they're "not any good". They still have that stubby running back......can't think of his name.............drew something....

Their D looked plenty good on Monday!

October 4, 2012  09:26 AM ET
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GO JAGUARS!

DA BEARS !!!

October 4, 2012  05:30 PM ET

That running back's name is Maurice Jones Drew. He is one of the best runningbacks in the NFL. He can carry this team. He and this team reminds me of the Bears with Walter Payton in the late 1970's and early 1980's. Taking someone like this lightly is really something that most Bear fans shouldn't do considering our love for SWEETNESS!!! They will try to run, run, and run some more. Their passing game is not up to NFL standards but might be enough to cause problems especially using the play action pass.

Underestimation is the key. Lovie traditionally has a good record in games as this, but I am still apprehensive. I think the Bears have the ability and skills to win big in this game IF they live up to their potential. I hope we will live up to our potential and win this game convincingly. If so we could be starting on a 5 to 10 game win streak putting us in the playoffs. GO BEARS!!!

October 4, 2012  05:43 PM ET

I agree the Bears should win this one but "any given Sunday" and this very well could be a classic trap game, never underestimate your opponent. There is no give games in the NFL and as soon as you look past a team or think you got it in the bag is when it usually turns around and bite's you squarely in the arse...........LOL

I would imagine the Bears look to stop MJD and the run and force Gabbert to beat them through the air but the Bears have struggled a little lately stopping the run.

October 4, 2012  05:52 PM ET
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That running back's name is Maurice Jones Drew. He is one of the best runningbacks in the NFL. He can carry this team. He and this team reminds me of the Bears with Walter Payton in the late 1970's and early 1980's. Taking someone like this lightly is really something that most Bear fans shouldn't do considering our love for SWEETNESS!!! They will try to run, run, and run some more. Their passing game is not up to NFL standards but might be enough to cause problems especially using the play action pass. Underestimation is the key. Lovie traditionally has a good record in games as this, but I am still apprehensive. I think the Bears have the ability and skills to win big in this game IF they live up to their potential. I hope we will live up to our potential and win this game convincingly. If so we could be starting on a 5 to 10 game win streak putting us in the playoffs. GO BEARS!!!

I couldn't think of his name at the time, and I agree with you; he's damn good.

Good luck for the Bears.......My wife's from Illinois and her family are Bears fans, except the older brother. He likes Cincinnati............for some reason. My wife likes the Packers, although she knows NOTHING about them and HATES the game.

I have 3 choices.............well, actually 4. I can become a Bears fan, a Texans fan, a Packers fan or continue with these dysfunctional Cowboys. If this crap with this team continues, not only will they miss the playoffs, but likely have a losing season. I'm beginning to think Jerry Jones is cursed..........hahahahaha

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October 4, 2012  07:23 PM ET
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I have 3 choices.............well, actually 4. I can become a Bears fan, a Texans fan, a Packers fan or continue with these dysfunctional Cowboys.

The Texans are 4-0 and in my opinion the best team in the AFC.

October 4, 2012  07:34 PM ET
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bull,...you can always root for the texans [too]...!

I get to watch them every week. They are actually closer to me than the Cowboys are. My son roots for them. Well, I do too, but not when they play the Cowboys. That's always subject to change if the Cowboys continue to be schizophrenic. And embarrassing.

Bandwagoneer? Maybe, but I never thought much of Jerry Jones since he showed up out of the rain, and his selections of coaches is nothing awe inspiring. Including the so called red headed genius.

October 4, 2012  07:43 PM ET

I think this looks like a trap game but the final score will most likely be 44 to 0 Bears..

October 4, 2012  08:04 PM ET
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I get to watch them every week. They are actually closer to me than the Cowboys are. My son roots for them. Well, I do too, but not when they play the Cowboys. That's always subject to change if the Cowboys continue to be schizophrenic. And embarrassing.Bandwagoneer? Maybe, but I never thought much of Jerry Jones since he showed up out of the rain, and his selections of coaches is nothing awe inspiring. Including the so called red headed genius.

I live in Pattison which is located west of Houston. I was a Houston Oilers fan until they became the Tennesee Titans. I now am a loyal Houston Texans fan.

October 4, 2012  08:08 PM ET
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There is no give games in the NFL and as soon as you look past a team or think you got it in the bag is when it usually turns around and bite's you squarely in the arse.........

[Cough] Like the Niners overlooked the Vikings..

I think that was a combination of the Vikings being better than thought and the Niners drinking the media's kool-aid.

October 4, 2012  08:20 PM ET
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[Cough] Like the Niners overlooked the Vikings..I think that was a combination of the Vikings being better than thought and the Niners drinking the media's kool-aid.

It happens Duke and why they are called trap games IMO, so long as the team learns from the mistake and it happens early enough it doesn't change the season. It happens every year and why I for one don't usually do score based predictions nor gamble on games........LOL

October 4, 2012  08:23 PM ET
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I think this looks like a trap game but the final score will most likely be 44 to 0 Bears..

LOL...........we Bear fans hope for the win but 44 to 0 may be a bit of a stretch, like the thought though.

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October 4, 2012  08:44 PM ET
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No way the Bears lose this game. I guarantee victory, GSH.

Thanks for the vote of confidence Ripper we appreciate it/you.

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