Bears Vs Packers

September 28, 2010 by staff 

Bears Vs Packers, Packers vs. Bears determined on the last unbeaten team in the rest of the NFC, as the two squads will face the 2-0 Monday night in Chicago. The teams headed into halftime with Green Bay carried a 10-7 lead.

The lead was 10-0 in the final minute of the second period, when Jay Cutler threw a touchdown pass to cut the deficit to three ahead of the holiday. The Packers will receive the kick to start the second half.

The Packers entered the season as a possible Super Bowl team with the selection of many of them to win the NFC. The Bears, however, came with little fanfare and a chance to pick up a big win early in the season before a national audience.

The game also highlights this remarkable parity in the NFL today. In just three weeks, all but one team from the NFC will have absorbed a loss, and only the Steelers and the Chiefs remain undefeated in the AFC, with the latter unlikely to carry a streak of more than a week or less. In fact, the heads may be the worst 3-0 team in NFL history.

But it seems unlikely that more than one or maybe two teams remain unbeaten since a couple of weeks. It’s been a real setback in the season opener would be an NFL expert difficulty in defining clearly the top finishers in each conference. A handful of teams with high expectations are 1-2, while many who were expected to struggle are 2-1.

And the craziness is just the beginning. Can the Chiefs actually together the playoffs? Do the Cowboys really are struggling to reach 0,500? You can go to the Steelers, Ben Roethlisberger undefeated without taking a supplement?

Who knows. We’ll know by the end of the night is the last remaining undefeated team in the NFC.

That does not mean anything come January. But it is something, especially in this wild season in the NFL.

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