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Video: Pete’s Pick: Vikings vs Bears

Will the Bears find a way to protect Jay Cutler or will the Vikings pick up their second straight win? Lauren Shehadi and Pete Prisco fill you in.


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3 Responses to “Video: Pete’s Pick: Vikings vs Bears”

  1. Keith H says:

    Will the Bears find a way to protect Cutler? There’s an element of deva vu, isn’t there? Jay showed last week just how good he is with one of the worst o lines in the league. Give him protection and we can maybe… Just maybe start hoping. I’m so sick of watching an offense that has no rhythm. Every time Brady takes a snap he stands still and picks his pass. When’s the last time Jay had that security?????

  2. bob says:

    Much better today! I think getting Omiyale out of there has a huge effect. Left side looks good. Webb holds his own not spectacular but impressive vs. tough Minnesota rush. Chris Williams looking great so far this year. He actually looks pretty legit out there. Garza doing great taking over center. Lance stepped up at RT and Spencer is a pretty decent guard. Carimi when healthy will provide another boost. I like our starting 5, when healthy and together for awhile they can be pretty mean run block crew and should start to gel better for pass blocking too. Remember Carimi, Webb, Lance, and Williams have the potential to be around for a long while as they all are 3 or less years into the league. Garza is the only legit vet and he is playing new position.

    Play calling has a lot to do with there success/failures.

  3. Russ Loede says:

    We’re still in line for a Wild Card berth if we take care of business at home against the Lions on November 13.

    More importantly, we are back to playing good football in all three facets of the game. That’s what matters the most.

    Get healthy, keep it simple, and let the talented playmakers shine!

    10-6 wouldn’t be a surprise, as we will be battling with the Lions for a playoff spot.

    This game reminds me of how we turned things around after beating the Vikings at home last season.

    Confidence level up.

    Now, let’s get that consistency before Bye against Tampa next week.

    Big game.

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