Discussion in 'The National Football League' started by ATX, Jan 22, 2007.
I'm going with the Bears by 7
Colts will win easily. The Bears defense won't be able to shut down the Colts offense and the Bears won't be able to score much period. Colts 24 Bears 10.
Grossman plays good: Bears 27-24
Grossman plays bad: Colts 54-10
Colts by 11+....but I'm still rooting for tha' Bears
Colts......there's no way they're losing after finally getting over the hump.......and Rex will choke....
I know it's a different sport, but people said the same thing about the Dallas Mavericks last year after they finally got over their "hump" of San Antonio. Oh, and Rex was supposed to choke yesterday, too.
Defense wins in Super Bowls. Bears 30-23
I hope Tank Johnson doesn't get to play. He doesn't deserve to play in the Super Bowl in the trouble he's gotten in.
Who is ready for a 2006 version of the Super Bowl shuffle? I am hoping Peyton comes out with this one, but I think Rex Grossman, along with Benson and Jones, are going to have a killer night on February 4th in hot Miami.
Colts 34 -21
The AFC is still the varsity ,The NFC is still the JV!
Colts by 10.
How can you go against that Bears defense? I guarantee the Bears won't do what the Chiefs, Ravens, and Patriots did.....which is stop running the ball.
The Bears' running game puts them ahead of the Colts by 14.
Colts running D (and defense) has been good in the post season...I don't see Chicago running all over them...
yeah, but the Bears don't have the "D-Wade" of the NFL....they have Rex Grossman.
The Colts beat the Ravens in a defensive battle.
Peyton threw three INTs in that game(IIRC).... but they still won.
If we can beat the Colts, I have no doubt that the Bears can as well.......
But I'm rooting for the Colts in a blow-out.... the bears will give up on the run if the Colts get up by three scores in the first half.
I'm predicting a blow out...... Colts 65..... Bears 3..... Peyton is going after the most TDs thrown in a SuperBowl or something.
I think the Colts will run away with this one. However I think the Bears defense who likes to take the ball away alot will have a good day. I say 31-10 Colts that is if the defense plays well against PM. If it doesn't play well and PM gets into a groove then I say 48-21 Colts. The only way the Colts will loose is if they do not stop Jones. I am not too worried about Benson, he seems a bit preoccupied. They desprately need to stop tj early so they can get into his head. If the Bears do happen to win it will be a sqeaker, like 20-16 or something. If PM has a bad day look for a boring Super Bowl.
Blowout Colts 14+ before Prince takes the stage.
Colts get up and Grossman is forced to pass. I don't think he can handle it. Turnovers favour the Colts. Colts walk it in.
( The NFC is really weak. I mean REALLY weak )
IF Sorgi has to play.. I reneg.
Colts by 3 after Prince plays
Da Bears 27
I didn't realize your "D-Wade" had to come from one position. There's plenty of playmakers on the Bears that can step into that role, including Devin Hester, Thomas Jones, Cedric Benson, Bernard Berrian, Desmond Clark and even Brian Urlacher, Lance Briggs and Nathan Vasher on defense. If Rex Grossman were that important, they wouldn't have gotten past the Saints, much less blown them out.
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