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  • #16
    Originally posted by bears6385 View Post
    Could be........but you could also see all three of these teams in the playoffs where anything can happen.

    Being the biased Bears fan I am.............. The Bears will be the most balanced team in the NFCN between offense, defense, and special teams.
    Eh, Bears have the best front 7 in the division. Green Bay has the best offense and special teams unit. Lions have the best QB wide out combo(Matt & Calvin).
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    • #17
      Originally posted by bears6385 View Post
      Right now GB has to be favored............but I see a three way dogfight in this division. Each one of these teams has got at least one major flaw that coud cost them this year.
      The major flaw with GB is their defense and they pretty much stacked up on defense in the draft with drafting 6 players on defense with their first 6 picks.

      Odds are they won't be as bad defensively.

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      • #18
        Originally posted by InsaneBlaze23 View Post
        Eh, Bears have the best front 7 in the division. Green Bay has the best offense and special teams unit. Lions have the best QB wide out combo(Matt & Calvin).
        Packers do have the best offense......but no one in this division is close to the Bears on special teams. Hester, Weems, Castanzo, all pro bowl players. Thomas...........a big reason the Giants beat the 9ers with two huge special teams plays. Stafford to Johnson is great, but Cutler to Marshall ain't to shabby either. In 2010 Marshall was a combined 20 receptions for 224 yds against the Packers and Lions, and that was with Chad Henne throwing him the ball.

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        • #19
          Originally posted by ERoyal248 View Post
          The major flaw with GB is their defense and they pretty much stacked up on defense in the draft with drafting 6 players on defense with their first 6 picks.

          Odds are they won't be as bad defensively.
          The defense and lack of a running game.

          Odds are the Bears offense will also be much improved, with the addition of Marshall, Jeffery, Bush, and getting Carimi back healthy will be a huge boost to the OL.

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