Minnesota Vikings’ Dominance Hands Chicago Bears a Large Dose of Reality

Posted: 29th November 2009 by Gene Chamberlain in NFL
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á MINNEAPOLIS -- The best thing you could say about the Bears after SundayÆs 36-10 loss to the Minnesota Vikings was coach Lovie Smith didnÆt fill the air with ridiculous ideas about winning out and going 9-7 like Arizona did last year to make the Super Bowl. Brett Favre and the Minnesota Vikings all but eliminated the Bears from any type of wild card pursuit with a machine-like 537 yards of offense and 31 first downs. The Vikings were so impressive that even two more Jay Cutler interceptions, for a personal worst 20 on the season, seemed like just a couple more logs on a bonfire. The Bears' defense was beaten so badly that they gave up more yards than in any game since Lovie Smith became coach. They gave up more yards than any game Dick Jauron coached. They gave up more yards than in a ...

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