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.
When the Bears fell to the Green Bay Packers, overshadowed by the Aaron Rodgers Experience was the fact that the Packers, with a very middle-of-the-NFL defense, never really stopped the Bears.
Typically, rash thinking and knee-jerk reactions are not advisable, in life and in Fantasy Football.
The pattern isn’t new: win at turnovers, win at football.
The Bears couldn’t beat a wobbling Carolina Panthers team. The Detroit Lions couldn’t overcome Kyle Orton and the Buffalo Bills at home.