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  1. A few points on the Bears... I am a Bears fan Aaron Rodgers and the Packers have OWNED the Bears for his entire career The same Aaron Rodgers that willed them back on Week 1 BUT...I don't know how you sit their D, AT HOME, when a "W" gets them the division crown in front of their fans This isn't the same Bears team from the beginning of the season, and I don't expect Trubisky to be that bad. He has been hot garbage in Primetime, for whatever reason This Bears D is cooking, and Roquan and Mack won't be on a pitch count like they were in Week 1... I would rather lose starting the best D in the league than have to watch and pray for an inferior team with a supposed better match up. The Bears D has scored 40 more points than the second D this year...
  2. Miller has been playing out of the slot, with Gabriel and ARob on the outside. This offense is about scheming people open, and layering plays. In the first few weeks, Trubisky missed some throws, and Miller dropped a few as well but you can see the connection growing. Miller's talent is off the charts, and in the next few weeks vs some tougher defenses, I think ARob will take the better CB over all the place with Miller working the middle of the field. No one in the offense will dominate looks, but on offense they have people running WIDE OPEN down the field so there is fantasy love to be had.
  3. Maybe I am biased, because I am a Bears fan here...but now with Mack back, how do you bench them? They are at home, building confidence, and it isn't like MINN has been a juggernaut. The Bears should be good for a few sacks, and some of that pressure will cause mistakes.
  4. They seemed to do just fine vs the Packers in the first week, and you can't really predict out that far what a team is going to look like then. The Rams just lost Peters and Talib...their D may not be what it was. You hold on to the Bears 100%, because if they are dropped will immediately be added. Yes, they have a bye, and then MIA, NE (Both could be tough) and then NYJ, BUFF, DET, MINN, DET NYG...It isn't exactly scary and TB, NE, and MINN are IN Chicago.
  5. If Howard plays I think he does quite well this week, as long as Glennon doesn't go full on nuclear again. PITT has been awful giving up runs so far this year, so there is hope. As mentioned game flow went into the tank last week with Cohen's idiotic fumble inside the 10 and Glennon's picks all within about 10 minutes. At 26-0 their offense had no shot, and TB just tee'd off on Glennon and his check down and first read offense. With M. Wheaton potentially back this week, it adds a speed option for the offense, if nothing else to literally stretch the field somehow. The Bears D can keep the game close, and PITT on the road is a shell of themselves.
  6. I'm sitting him because my ratios are off the charts this week, but Holliday and Judge are both sitting for the Yanks today...See below for the lineup... 1. LF Brett Gardner (L) 0 0 0 0 .000 .000 2 CF Jacoby Ellsbury (L) 0 0 0 0 .000 .000 3 DH Gary Sánchez (R) 0 0 0 0 .000 .000 4 2B Starlin Castro (R) 0 0 0 0 .000 .000 5 SS Didi Gregorius (L) 0 0 0 0 .000 .000 6 RF Clint Frazier (R) 0 0 0 0 .000 .000 7 1B Garrett Cooper (R) 0 0 0 0 .000 .000 8 C Austin Romine (R) 0 0 0 0 .000 .000 9 3B Ronald Torreyes (R)
  7. Just pounced on him and dropped Parker (for the 2nd time)...he's to Brett Anderson being B.A. And the struggles of others...
  8. Anyone jumping on Dan Straily as a preemptive add??? Didn't see the game just the results