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    Sunday, October 3, 2010

    Bears Giants Superbowl For The Win

    The Chicago Bears has a commanding 3-0 win loss card while the New York Giants has 1-2 win loss card. It will be a bombshell type of game as these two teams collide today at the New York Arena.

    The Chicago Bears is a big surprise in the league because after 4 years it is their best start by far while the New York Giants are the biggest disappointments this year. They are highly rated and they are the pre season favorites to win it this year but they are showing bad signs. Can they beat the surprising Bears or will their fate be sealed? Can they avoid a worsts start since 1997?

    The best and beast player for the Giants is Jay Cutler who scored the league-high 26 interceptions and 6 touch downs in their last game. And, also their best quarter back, Mike Martz has been a perfect passer that makes the life of Jay Cutler easier.

    Jay Cutler said, “It’s just different, Mike is a quarterback-friendly offensive coordinator. He’s going to give quarterbacks answers for each play. There is no gray area, and whenever you see a certain coverage, you know where the ball is supposed to go.”

    The NY Giants has been on an erratic start. According to a yahoo sports analyst "The errors included 11 penalties - five were 15-yard personal fouls - in last Sunday’s 29-10 loss to Tennessee. Two of those were committed by right tackle Kareem McKenzie(notes), who was benched and apologized to his team Monday. Those kinds of mistakes won’t help New York against a Bears team that has beaten playoff teams from last year each of the last two weeks, including Monday’s 20-17 win over Green Bay. Devin Hester(notes) had a 62-yard punt return for a touchdown and a 28-yard return that set up Chicago’s first score."

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