Do the Chicago Bears Make the Playoffs Next Season with Big Free Agent Acquisitions?
Like most of the Chicago Bears' fans, I was happy to see the team being aggressive in the free agent market last week.Full Story
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Since: Sep 08
#1 Mar 14, 2010
It's certainly possible for Chicago to be in the post season this year, but a lot of things have to happen, the most important being stellar QB play. 2009 featured a few games where the defense played well enough to win until Cutler, regardless of why, threw the ball recklessly. He could have easily tossed ten more interceptions. If Jay can absorb Martz's system and drop his pick count, with decent health the Bears could be back in the playoffs in 2010.
#2 Mar 14, 2010
Bears won't make the playoff next season, not with the way Cutler is arogantly treating the off season acting like it's not him that has to improve during the off season.
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