Posts tagged "NFC North"

Taking their show on the road: Thoughts on the Chicago Bears’ 27-13 win in Atlanta

Taking their show on the road: Thoughts on the Chicago Bears’ 27-13 win in Atlanta
I hate to be “that guy,” but indulge me for a minute, would you? Each week, the Chicago Bears Huddle staff members are asked to write a short paragraph, offering up a few sentences on what we think will happen during the upcoming game and predicting the final score. We generally file these one to... Read more »

Analyzing the Chicago Bears' 2013 regular season schedule

Analyzing the Chicago Bears' 2013 regular season schedule
The Chicago Bears 2013 schedule was recently released, and while I’m not here to break down every single match up and give predictions for each—Ryan Wooden has you covered there. Well, sort of—I am here to offer analysis and guesstimation on the 2013 outlook as a whole with said recently released schedule in-hand. Weeks one... Read more »

Double Feature: NFC North Sunday preview

Double Feature: NFC North Sunday preview
It’s all come down to this. Week-17s in the NFL really do not get much better. For the NFC North, three of the four teams can earn something with a victory on Sunday; the Bears being the only one of the three who does not control their own destiny in that regard. Because both NFC... Read more »
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Bears-Vikings: the match-up

Bears-Vikings: the match-up
Under Jay Cutler, the Bears have gone 5-1 against the Minnesota Vikings since 2009, and have outscored them 169-116. Lovie Smith’s crew has simply dominated inferior Vikings teams. So this will be the first time since 2009 that both teams will meet with winning records in a game that has lasting implications for the rest... Read more »

Bears bye-week review

Bears bye-week review
The bye-week has come early this year, and we find the Chicago Bears holding a favorable record at 4-1. The Bears also have a share of first place in the NFC North alongside the Minnesota Vikings. The bye-week is usually one of the more boring weekends during the course of the football season. But it... Read more »

For the Chicago Bears, 3-1 can mean so much more

For the Chicago Bears, 3-1 can mean so much more
The Chicago Bears (2-1) are currently atop the NFC North, despite offensive dysfunction, with the Green Bay Packers (2-2) in their rearview mirror, and they have the power to hold them back even further in the division with a Monday night win in Dallas against a defensively hot Cowboys team. On the surface, this match-up presents itself with the possibility to... Read more »
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NFC North Stats: Week 5

Continuing our season-long look at comparative team stats among NFC North franchises, we’re at Week-5. Here’s what we’ve been looking at, stat-wise, since Week-1: Total offensive yards Total points scored Third down efficiency Redzone efficiency Quarterback sacks allowed Quarterback hits allowed Yards allowed Defensive sacks Defensive quarterback hits Defensive stops on third down Team penalties... Read more »

NFC North Stats: Week 4

Continuing our season-long look at comparative team stats among NFC North franchises, we’re at Week-4, the first quarter of the season. As a reminder, here’s what we’ve been looking at, stat-wise, since Week-1: Total offensive yards Total points scored Third down efficiency Redzone efficiency Quarterback sacks allowed Quarterback hits allowed Yards allowed Defensive sacks Defensive... Read more »

NFC North Stats: Week 3

As we told you last week, Chicago Bears Huddle is taking a season-long comparative look at team stats among the NFC North. Since the first goal of any NFL franchise is to beat the teams within their division, we thought it would be worth taking a detailed look week-to-week at where the NFC North squads... Read more »
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NFC North: Bears 2011 Schedule

Graphic by Chicago Bears Huddle NFL Spokesperson Greg Aiello announced recently that league officials have every intention of releasing the 2011 NFL schedule on time, despite the current lockout situation. Although the owners didn’t intend for an 18-game schedule to take effect until 2012, the issue was discussed during the recent labor negotiations and owners... Read more »