Gibbs, I'll first come out and say this....you're a homer.
But this time I actually agree. The Jets are nowhere near the threat their current record on paper plays them out to be. Sanchez is atrocious and their running game's entered the Bermuda Triangle and hasn't returned.
Your Bears defense will have no problems shutting this timid Jets offense down. Look for it to be a low scoring game, however.
Both teams are very similar. Both with 4 loses 1 each to the Patriots. Also MPH sadly enough that Seahawks might actually be a playoff team which means the Redskins would be the only loss to a nonplayoff team.
Also they beat the Cowboys before everyone realized they were awful
Bro the Seahawks are a JOKE regardless, they play in the NFC West where the division leader is UNDER .500. You should be ashamed
Bears are looking like a Super Bowl contender, they have what it takes to win. Yes the offense is not great but the defense and special teams units make them one the best plus the Jets seem to always find a way to choke during this time of year.
This time of year Marti? They were one half away from heading to the Super Bowl last year.
Completely true I believe they came together better as a team with a great cast on defense. Good characters and chemistry make the team come together and become winners. On the other hand the Jets are so close but still are missing an element in my mind. Maybe its the distractions off the field, maybe its the Sanchez but in essence they are still a great team also.
Jets were lucky to get in the playoffs last season and look to be all set to be major disappointments come playoff time
Bears offensive line has been busy better as everyone got healthy and have had several games of playing together. I would take the Bears offense over that overhyped Jets offense
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