Can the Chicago Bears upset the Baltimore Ravens?

Chicago Sports News Now
November 15, 2021, at 9:30 PM

In 5 days the Chicago Bears will host the Lamar Jackson and the Baltimore Ravens at Soldier Field at noon. Do the Bears have enough strength and will-power to put up a fight against and keep Lamar Jackson from running circles around the defense?

It is very likely that the Chicago Bears can potentially win this game which will relieve any stress and disappointment for Bears fans across the nation. The Bears had a bye week this past week to practice and get healthy again. Although they got their butts kicked 3 games straight, I believe that they have learned for all of those games and have created plays that will benefit not only the team as whole, but give Justin Fields a better chance of executing plays that will work in their favor.

However, there is the other deciding factor of how the game can turn out and that is if the defense can keep Lamar Jackson from running all over the defense. Luckily, Eddie Goldman has returned and will be a huge playmaker for the defense this week alongside Hicks and Mack two other star defensive players for the Bears. If the defense can make turnovers and prevent 3rd/4th down conversions and make the Ravens pun the ball they will have a good shot at winning this game.

Why can’t we just be GOOD?

Chicago Sports News Now
November 5, 2021, at 9:30 PM

Am I at this point where I do not feel confident that the Chicago Bears will make the NFL playoffs this year. This is a common statement amongst most Bears fans every single year; we find ourselves barely making it into the playoffs only to get steamrolled by a way better team.

I understand that the Bear’s back-to-back-to-back losses have been against good teams, but it is embarrassing watching them just absolutely shamed by blowouts. The Bears cannot get a break. They play the Pittsburgh Steelers Monday Night at 7:15 and I am expecting an early lead, only for them to find a way to screw it all up in the 4th quarter. After Monday’s game, they will finally have a bye week that they will use to their advantage in terms of making sure everyone is healed up and healthy for the second half of the season. Their next four games after their bye week are against the Ravens, Lions, Cardinals, and Packers all of which will more than likely end with the Bears’ only victory being against the Detroit Lions.

Being born and raised a Chicago Bears fan, I am just patiently waiting for them to be good again, but until then I am just disappointed.