Sunday, January 16, 2011
Quick Snap: Bears Advance
For a fleeting second the Seahawks had an opportunity, unfortunately that was when they woke up this morning. The Bears executed near flawlessly against Seattle earlier today. Quarterback Jay Cutler completed more than 50% of his passes while staying interception free on the afternoon, a must have if the Bears plan on reaching the Super Bowl. Chicago's dissection of the darling Seahawks was nothing short of masterful. Consistently placing the Seahawks in terrible field position situations, rushing the ball as a team 45 times for 176 yards, completing big plays which included pass plays from Jay Cutler of 58, 39, and 26 yards, and lastly playing that defense they've become known for. Since early November the Bears have played great football (aside from the 36-7 beat down from New England), heading into the NFC Championship game against a familiar opponent, the Packers, Chicago has gotten their defensive minded team right to the cusp of the Super Bowl. Impressed.
Subscribe to: Post Comments (Atom)
Post a Comment