Galen96 wrote:I don't see very many scenarios where we lose to San Fran at home... I just don't see it happening.
How about our pro-bowl CBs are suspended? I think that's a pretty likely scenario that will impact our game.
First off, a Cutler-less bears. Second off, at the stick. Third off, that's the only decent team the bears have really played lately.
Our pro-bowl CB's may or may not be suspended, we don't know that yet. Similar appeals have taken years to unfold. It's not that big of a stretch to imagine it won't be resolved instantly.
Second off, while yes, they are a good team, so are we. At our house we've beat some of the best the game has seen. The 7-9 Seahawks beat the world champion Saints in the playoffs not so long ago, they beat the Superbowl champion NYG's in NY... weird... They beat the superbowl contending Raven's at home last year... pretty handily if my memory serves me right. They beat ( I don't wanna hear about it) Aaron Rodgers and his super pack at home. They beat one of the greatest of all time QBs who put up huge numbers in Tom Brady and the Pats at home. They embarrassed Tony (Media Darling) Romo after they handled the defending superbowl champs.. IN NY... at home.
This team, even without mega stars like Sherm and BB, can hang with the best in the league. AT HOME. Don't count them out so quickly.