Chicago Bears remain Undefeated in win over Packers
Da Bears are 3-0 for the first time since 2006 which was the last time they headed to the Super Bowl.
Many experts and Green Bay fans will say that the Packers shot themselves in the foot and the Bears can't be that good since they still had a chance to win it at the end. To be honest it is fair to say, the Bears could easily be 1-2 instead of 3-0 but they are 3-0 and last night's victory had a little bit of everything.
Devin Hester returned a punt to the promise land for the first time since 2007. He is now tied for second all-time in return touchdowns.
Julius Peppers blocked a field goal.
Brian Urlacher forced a fumble that sealed the win.
It also saw conterversy with defensive tackle Tommie Harris and wide receiver Devin Aromashadu inactive plus also saw the goaline offense continue to struggle. The Bears are 0-6 while on the 1 yard line.
Harris was ruled out by coach's choice while Aromashadu might be Jay Cutler's favorite target but has fallen quickly down the depth chart. being targeted 10 times week 1 to catching only one ball week 2 and being inactive week 3.
It will be interesting to see what happens with Harris and Aromashadu as well as the goalline offense in the coming weeks but things are looking bright in Chicago and this winning streak may continue for a while.
Also what happened to all those people saying Greg Olson couldn't fit in this offense.
Da Bears take to the road the next two weeks playing the New York Giants Sunday night before heading to Carolina to take on rookie QB Jimmy Clausen. They then return home for two week, Seahawks and Redskins before the bye and they then head to Toronto to take on the Buffalo Bills under new QB Ryan Fitzpatrick. The next 5 games are all very winnable.