Hello Bears Fans!
That was a frustrating game to watch, we coulda and shoulda won! The play selection cost us that game, they always say you have to establish the run game to open up the pass game but it works both ways. We can’t be so predictable if we are going to beat our division rival, Minnesota Vikings, this Sunday. They are coming off a win in London after a double-doink missed game tying field goal against the Saints. The Vikings have a solid run game, like the Giants, with Delvin Cook at running back, so our Defense can’t give up as many yards as they did last week. They also have a decent pass game with Cousins at QB. Our O-line is going to need to protect Fields better this week, he was sacked 6 times on Sunday and now we are reshuffling the O-line after Cody Whitehair was injured and put on the IR. Tevin Jenkins played well which was a positive sign. I want to see more of Justin, Mooney and the other receivers this week – we have to put points up in this one in order to win. Division games are the ones we really need to win, so come on down to Windy City Pizza, home of The Bay Area Chicago Bears Fan Club this Sunday and cheer on Da Bears as we go on the road to Minnesota. We’ve got to keep pace in our Division and get this win!
Game time is 10:00am so get here early. Our next two games after the Vikings are night games, first one is a short week on Thursday night, October 13th against Washington at home and then a Monday night game against New England on the 24th. Now all Thursday night games are on Prime Video TV only but Windy City will have the game on so plan for it. And we will be here for the Monday night game, as usual. See all of you this Sunday morning.
Let’s Go Bears! Bear Down!
Thanks, Ronnie D.
Vikings game was depressing enough that I ordered fries with my hot dog!
Was pretty happy when Dan said that he brought in his guitar to accompany the fans in belting out the Fight Song – not to be. Great having Carol and family at Windy City to celebrate her birthday and Dan text’d on Monday to say he quickly re-learned “Happy Birthday.” So we’ll have musical accompaniment in the house for whatever celebration comes our way. Thanks to the fans for always showing up and keeping everyone’s spirits high, regardless of the score.
Let’s go Bears – see you Sunday.