Week 13 Detroit Lions Pride Report

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By Sonja Greenfield //@Mom23RN

Ravens 44 – Lions 20

 

The Lions were facing an opponent this week that on paper, appeared pretty evenly matched.  Both teams are having mediocre seasons so far.  Each team has playoff aspirations.  Each team has had impressive wins but also had some not so impressive losses.  They also had the same record going into this game.  In order for the Lions to keep their playoff hopes alive, winning this game was paramount.

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Chicago Bears Need to Win in the Worst Way

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By Wanda Wiedman /@WandaW63

In a recent press conference, Chicago Bears quarterback Mitch Trubisky expressed his attitude going into the matchup against the San Francisco 49ers this Sunday.

“So our preparation this week is going well and we just have to find a way to win this week. But there’s no getting used to it, no being content. We’ve just got to work harder, stick together and find a way to win Sunday.”

If you are a true competitor, losing should never be something you accept. It hurts and gnaws at you.  As a fan, it’s heartbreaking when you know the knowledge and talent are there, but so are mental mistakes.  The Bears young QB has no tolerance for losing.  He took ownership of bad footwork and not being on the same page as his receivers.

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Eagles Are Their Own Worst Enemy

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By Roxann Herrera //@rxnlzbth

Eagles – 31     Bears – 3

 

After enjoying some much needed time off and a long overdue family gathering, I watched the Eagles/Bears game and had the biggest smile on my face.  It was a great weekend personally, and I  wasn’t too concerned about the outcome of the game.  But, if I’m being honest, it feels pretty good having this kind of confidence in your team. 

The Philadelphia Eagles played a sloppy game with three total fumbles for the day and it was frustrating to watch because these are the kinds of mistakes we can’t afford to make when it counts the most.  Sunday’s game wasn’t the most important game of the season, not even close.  However, turnovers of any kind need to be immediately addressed. Fortunately, Chicago didn’t gain any points from any of those fumbles but the same thing can’t be said for a team such as Seattle or maybe even the Rams, which are the Eagles’ next two road games.
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The Implosion is Real for the Chicago Bears

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By Wanda Wiedman // @WandaW63

Bears 3 – Eagles 31

 

The Chicago Bears’ loss to the Philadelphia Eagles was no surprise to anyone. The number one team in the league would be red hot at home and they were not about to hand it over to the bumbling Bears. But the game would be indicative of the type of season the Bears have had, heck let’s just say the past several years.

Analysts have stated that it would take three to four years to rebuild the Chicago Bears back into competitive form. Unfortunately, it will take longer and it has to start from the top.  President and CEO Ted Phillips of the Chicago Bears has been a part of the organization since 1984. He didn’t become CEO until 1999. It was Phillips who hired General Manager Jerry Angelo in 2001. He managed the team for 10 years.

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Week 12 Detroit Lion Pride Report

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By Sonja Greenfield //@Mom23RN

Vikings 30 – Lions 23

 

Yesterday was a day to give thanks.  While I was (and still am) very thankful for plenty of things, the way the Detroit Lions played yesterday, wasn’t one of them.  The Lions played their division rival Minnesota Vikings.  The last few Thanksgivings the Lions had some pretty impressive victories, including last year against the Vikings as well.

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Chicago Bears: Trubisky Has the Moxie to Lead the Future

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By Wanda Wiedman // @WandaW63

The sound could be heard throughout the nation. It was the sound of the deflated air of every Chicago Bears fan and player in Sunday’s loss to the Detroit Lions. To be honest it was worse than #deflategate. The look on quarterback Mitch Trubisky‘s face when kicker Connor Barth missed the game-winning field goal was the telling tale of a Bears leader who was crushed when he couldn’t give his team a win.

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The Packers Season Could Be Over

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By Marcela Vargas //@ethne88

Ravens 23 – Packers 0

I hate to say this because just a few weeks ago I said that the Packers had a great chance to turn things around for the rest of the season.   Alas, they haven’t. And from the looks of it, they won’t.

So, what went wrong? It’s hard to tell, but besides quarterback Aaron Rodgers’ broken collarbone, things never quite picked up on the turf for the Green Bay Packers. Heck, they even lost tight end Martellus Bennett back to the New England Patriots. He started seven games and then the team played a very odd game of injury-waive-goodbye with him.

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Detroit Lions Pride Report Week 11

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By Sonja Greenfield //@Mom23RN

Lions 27 – Bears 24

Week 11 the Lions traveled to Chicago and took on the Monsters of the Midway. They had an opportunity to do something pretty special today.

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Chicago Bears Fans Unite Under #FireFox Anthem

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by Wanda Wiedman / @WandaW63

In early October as the football season was in full swing.  There was an outcry from fans to bench quarterback Mike Glennon and start rookie Mitch Trubisky. Hoping that it was just a QB issue, Bears fans were ecstatic when the rookie was started and the organization could start winning games. Even though the Bears won two in a row, it was due to the defense and not the quarterback change.

This led bearsbarroom.com to believe that the crux of the Bears losing display was solely on head coach John Fox. They were hoping that by October 30th, their cries and demands would be heard and he would be gone.

 

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Packers Win First Game without Aaron Rodgers

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By Lucy Rendler Kaplan //@Lucyrk78

Packers 23 – Bears 16

 

It’s odd to me that the Chicago Bears and Green Bay Packers have almost an even record against each other. Going into Sunday’s game, the Packers were just one game ahead in one of the oldest rivalries in the NFL. Thankfully, that number went up one with the Packers now winning 14 of their past 16 games against Chicago.

This was the first time I’ve ever been nervous when facing the Bears. The Packers have been on a three-game losing streak since quarterback Aaron Rodgers broke his collarbone, and the way Green Bay had been playing, it seemed like the Bears (favored to win this game) would get the win.

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