Remember back in the good ol' days, when it wasn't a reach to pencil in a pair of Bears wins this season against the Vikings?
GREEN BAY, Wisc. — Now the question becomes what do the Bears do about this one. Two obvious things are right in front of the Bears (3-6), and neither is particularly good.
Not even a weekend off could arrest the current Bears slide as the Minnesota Vikings took the measure of Washington in Minneapolis and in the process stepped ahead of the now cellar-dwelling Bears
After a 3-0 start last season, the Bears have gone 8-12 under Marc Trestman, and one inescapable suspicion is that the NFL has figured him out.
The Detroit Lions and Green Bay Packers both won on Sunday to move to 5-2, meaning a two-game edge on the Bears with nine games to play.