John 'Moon' Mullin says the Detroit Lions are definitely a beatable team, even more so for the Bears who are more likely to pull out a win if they lead the game at halftime.
The Chicago Bears have just one of their No. 1 draft picks starting on their offense line Monday night, which could be costly against a Detroit Lions offensive line filled with No. 1 picks.
In each of their first three games, the Bears had different starting lineups. John 'Moon' Mullin says it's time to see some moves from Jay Cutler, not just the shuffling starting five.
Under Jay Cutler, the Bears have won all three of their Monday night Football appearances. Cutler's lowest passer rating in those games was 82.5.
On Wednesday, Bears cornerback talked about how he wasn't entirely surprised by Detroit's turnaround. Tillman had high praise for Calvin Johnson by saying, "He's in his own ballclub, he's the Goliath of receivers."
Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh says his rare combination of speed and power are the main reason his hits look so bad. CSNChicago.com John Mullin has more.
The Lions have sent 'shockwaves' throughout the NFL in the early part of the season. Counting preseason, Detroit has won their last 12 games. Also, the Bears are bringing back Pisa Tinoisamoa for a workout on Wednesday.
Bringing in Jay Cutler and Mike Martz was supposed to be the cure to the Bears' offensive woes, but through 20 regular season games, the tandem has produced fewer points than its predecessors.