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Detroit Lions beat Chicago Bears in a shootout – FanSided – Sports …

30 September 2013 | 12:32 am Sep 29, 2013; Detroit, MI, USA; Detroit Lions running back Reggie Bush (21) leaps over Chicago Bears strong safety Major Wright (21) on his way to a thirty. http://fansided.com/2013/09/29/detroit-lions-beat-chicago-bears-shootout/

Reggie Bush dazzles Chicago Bear's defense | Audibles – SI.com

29 September 2013 | 7:11 pm After a week out of the lineup due to a knee injury, Reggie Bush churned out 139 yards on 18 carries in Detroit's win over Chicago on Sunday. Thirty-seven of those yards came on a vintage Bush run. http://nfl.si.com/2013/09/29/reggie-bush-detroit-lions-chicago-bears/

Detroit Lions vs. Chicago Bears: Game Time, TV Schedule, Live …

29 September 2013 | 2:00 pm Dec 30, 2012; Detroit, MI, USA; Detroit Lions wide receiver Calvin Johnson (81) runs a route while being guarded by Chicago Bears outside linebacker Lance. http://sidelionreport.com/2013/09/29/detroit-lions-vs-chicago-bears-game-time-tv-schedule-live-stream-injury-report/

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  • Ryan says:

    Will The Chicago Bears Win The NFC North? Do you think the Chicago Bears will win the NFC North, they are 3-0 and although people say they’ve beaten bad teams save for the bengals the vikings went to the playoffs last year and the Steelers finished the year at a respectable 8-8. I personally think either the Bears or Seahawks will make the Superbowl in the NFC and I think if the Bears do play the Seahawks in the playoffs we have the edge for in recent history we have matched up well against the seahawks and last year although the Seahawks won in OT they had so much trouble through the first 3 quarters moving the ball and were only able to move the ball in the 4th and OT when our defense was gassed due to our lack luster offense throughout (which will be entirely different and much more formidable next time we play each other due to the addition of martelus bennet improved oline and the rising of alshon jeffery)

    So what do you think…

  • Alex says:

    Nfl Playoff And Superbowl Predictions? So its week 4 now and we have all gotten a pretty good taste of how the teams are performing. Its time to do some predicting on who will make the playoffs and who will be left in the dust.
    AFC
    1. Broncos – They seem near impossible to beat, nothing else really to say here…
    2. Bengals – The upset against green bay did it for me, I now officially respect Cincinnati as a playoff team
    3. Dolphins – I always predict them to fail and they surprise me every time, Patriots are playing messy football games, there about to receive a rude awakening as their division title is taken.
    4. Colts – Great game against the 49ers, they discovered enough of the niners weaknesses and the team just fell apart.
    5. Chiefs – They sit at 3-0 and they have been playing SPECTACULAR, they’d be ruling this division if it wasn’t for the broncos.
    6. Texans – I don’t know what to think of this team….going into OT against the titans, and getting a beatdown from the Ravens. They’re okay, but they are not as good as they used to be.
    NFC
    1. Saints – The Mighty Saints are back in charge, Sean Peyton is back and this team will rule the NFC
    2. Seahawks – I thought they just got lucky in their blowout to the niners, but they are for real. This team is gonna go far.
    3. Bears – Their new coach….whatever his name is….the creepy guy with magical powers that has pulled off two close games. The bears sit at 3-0 after raping the steelers, they are going to rule the division
    4. Cowboys – Yes the dallas cowboys will finally clinch the division. Not because they are a good team, but because every other team is playing terrible. The eagles might give them a run for their money, but I doubt it
    5. Packers – After a disappointing loss to the Bengals you have to wonder how is this team gonna turn around? The bye week will help them pull it together, and be back in the race for the super bowl
    6. Falcons – Matt Ryan and his Falcons will barely slip into the playoffs and make the 6th seed. They will struggle throughout the season, but will do enough to make it in.

    Wild Card Round
    Texans @ Dolphins – The Game will come down to the wire, but don’t count the Dolphins out just yet….24-21 Dolphins
    Chiefs @ Colts – Two teams that definitely deserve a spot within the divisional round, but only one spot….hmm….well this sucks….I’m gonna have to give this one to the Chiefs, but Colts will not make this easy…..35-30 Chiefs
    Packers @ Cowboys – Tony Romo is too inconsistent, the Packers defense will have a field day against their offense….and Packers offense will get this done 35-14 Packers
    Falcons @ Bears – Atlanta traveling to Chicago. Its going to be freezing at this time of year. Falcons will lead a surprising comeback and take out the bears. 28-21 Falcons
    Divisional Round
    Dolphins @ Bengals – Dolphins got lucky in their first game, but they won’t get lucky this time. AJ Green will embarrass the Dolphins defense. 38-14 Bengals
    Chiefs @ Broncos – No way that Peyton will choke in the playoffs again….Haha just kidding Peyton always chokes. This has Chiefs upset written all over it…. 42-41 Chiefs
    Falcons @ Saints – Matt Ryan will rally the troops in the 4th quarter to try to win the game, but they will be in to big of a deficit and won’t have enough time.
    35-33 Saints
    Packers @ Seahawks – The seahawks will host the game….and everybody knows what that means…..Seattle is unbeatable at home, it is like they obtain magical powers from the crowd. They will rally too extend their unbeatable home advantage, but it will finally be broken. 14-12 Packers
    Championship Round
    Chiefs @ Bengals – Alex Smith and Andy Dalton. Two VERY underrated QB’s fighting it out for a place in the superbowl. Bengals will get the last laugh after a shoot out….24-22 Bengals
    Packers @ Saints – Aaron Rodgers and Drew Brees. Two VERY overrated QB’s. This game will go into overtime. Drew Brees will get his team into the position to get the game winning field goal…and they will miss. Aaron Rodgers will take the team downfield and save the day with a touchdown 31-24 Packers
    SUPER BOWWWLLLLLLL
    Bengals vs. Packers…..A rematch of the week 3 matchup. This time the bengals won’t have homefield advantage. And that will be all the packers need to take this game from the Bengals. 38-24 Packers

    • Curator says:

      The whole time I was reading this I was like is this guy high and then as I got closer to the end I saw the Packers beating the Seahawks in Seattle and I was like this guy has to be a Green Bay fan because everybody else in that prediction would be a bandwagon Seattle fan. GREEN BAY BEAT SEATTLE IN SEATTLE LAST YEAR. The refs obviously screwed it up. I like you’re prediction of the Packers bouncing back after an injury stricken first month to win the Super Bowl. But Aaron Rodgers isn’t overrated.

  • Ari Mehta says:

    Can You Rate My Fantasy Football Team From 1-100? QB- Peyton Manning, Matt Ryan
    RB- Adrian Peterson, Arian Foster, Ray Rice, Jamaal Charles
    WR- Calvin Johnson, A.J Green, Julio Jones
    TE- Jimmy Graham, Jason Witten
    D- Seattle Seahawks, Chicago Bears
    K- Blair Walsh, Justin Tucker

  • Thomas says:

    Who Should I Start/bench In Week 4? Should I bench Lions RB Reggie Bush against the Chicago Bears ball-hawking run stuffing D and should I start 49ers TE Vernon Davis after sitting out week 3 with a hamstring injury?!?

  • Jdcraw4d says:

    Should I Play The Chicago Bears Defense This Week? (Week 4, 2013)? The projections seem pretty bleak but they’ve been doing really well so far. ESPN projects them with only ONE point?? Even without Henry Melton I think I should play them… What do you guys think?

  • Declan says:

    Which Country Is More Beautiful? I don’t live in either the US or the Britain, but someone asked me a question about which one I though was more beautiful, and my main question is, why do we have to compare? It’s always England versus the US. We always have to be having fights over who is the better at this and at that, and why can’t we just stop?! But here’s my thoughts:

    England: I think England has more beauty when you look at it from an architectural perspective. It’s a rather smaller country, but I think things like Buckingham palace, and Big Ben, and the different structures you can see in the countryside are far more beautiful than the US. The England has a mix of old fashioned, cobbled streets, with quaint little villages, and urban areas with towering skyscrapers. Plus, the beaches along the coastline can be pretty beautiful, too.

    The US: For me, the US is the winner. I can say that I’ve been to the US many times, and I think it’s just much more diverse, and has so much more to offer. I live in Spain, and I can tell you that the US is beautiful more for it’s natural beauty. Road trips are a treat. The national parks are amazing, and the colors are beautiful. The canyonlands, the beaches, the forests, the deserts, the tundras, the mountain ranges, and the tropics that are spread throughout all fifty states are breathtaking. It was like visiting another planet. And they have such a diversity of food, people, geographical features (volcanoes, glaciers, geysers, etc..,) weather (though it is often really violent and scary), animal and insect life, and so much more. Not to mention, the nightlife is fantastic, with cities like Los Angeles, Las Vegas, New York, Chicago, and Miami.

    So what are your opinions? Do you agree? Do you disagree?
    The Britain=*Britain

    The England=*England

    Sorry 🙂
    @Me: People like you were why I re asked this question. IT DOESN’T MATTER! JUST ANSWER THE QUESTION!

    • Curator says:

      USA has to win this one.
      Im sure the uk is beautiful and I would like to visit someday. But there are few countries that can compare with the sheer variety of beautiful scenery found in the us.
      Alaska alone is one of the most beautiful places on earth. And there is the unique, otherworldly beauty of the deserts. the lushness of Hawaii and Florida, the stunning tropical beaches, the breathtaking splendor of colorado and the Rockies, the enchanting redwood forests, the grand canyon, the great lakes, which are like seas. we have mountains, tundras, forests, tropics, deserts, the great plains, where you can see storms crossing the prairie hundreds of miles away. There is the bayou, and the Everglades, unlike anything else. And there is also world famous cities, from New York to LA to Vegas to Chicago, New Orleans, and more. Not to mention the animals, from the grizzly bear to the mountain lion to the bison.

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