Vikings Defeat Bears Both Team Fire Coaches

In NFL Week 17 we saw the Chicago Bears led by Jay Cutler get defeated by the Minnesota Vikings and in the following days after both head coaches were let go, fired.

The Chicago Bears have been quite an anomaly this season. As the Bears prepare to go into Minnesota and play the Vikings, the Bears will have some soul searching to do as the team has played significantly better on the road than they have at home this year. The Vikings have endured the opposite problem. The Vikings have played well at home but have struggled on the road. Rookie quarterback Teddy Bridgewater has certainly performed in his debut season as the young kid from the University of Louisville looks to make his mark on the NFL.

The Bears quarterback Jay Cutler is one that has never shied away from controversy. NFL gossip suggests that there is a schism in the Bears locker room with some players supporting Cutler while others question is toughness. Several seasons ago, Cutler took an enormous amount of heat for being taken out of a playoff game with the lead only to see the Bears lose once he was removed from the game. Several days later, Cutler was seen walking on his injured leg. Is Cutler tough enough to continue being the Bears quarterback? If the Bears do not make the playoffs this year, it will be interesting to see how long Cutler remains in the Chicago uniform.

Now we focus our attention towards the remaining teams in the hunt for the 2015 Super Bowl as seen below:

Seattle Seahawks


New England Patriots


Green Bay Packers


Denver Broncos


Dallas Cowboys


Pittsburgh Steelers


Indianapolis Colts


Carolina Panthers


Baltimore Ravens


Cincinnati Bengals


Detroit Lions


Arizona Cardinals


December 31, 2014 by : Posted in betting No Comments

Leave a Reply