When the Chicago Bears lock horns with the Atlanta Falcons Sunday night on national television, they will have more than pride at stake. They need to keep up with Minnesota, who may never lose again, and the Packers, who are surprisingly mediocre so far. Despite having beaten the Bears in Jay Cutler's disastrous debut in Week One, Green Bay is only 2-2 on the young season. That game certainly did not show the Bears in a favorable light on national TV, so the Bears will relish another chance to show the football world that they have a good team.á The Bears, sitting at 3-1 and coming off a bye week, have a tough roadáover the next couple weeks. First, they need toáget by the Falcons, who will be no easy target, to say the least. Following Sunday night's game, the Bears play the Bengals, B ...
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