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WEEK 15 final showdown will be taking place at Soldier Field in Chicago as the local team – the Bears face off the NFC South conference second place the New Orleans Saints.
Just two weeks away from the finishing of the NFL regular season, Chicago Bears hold a record of 5-8 and rank fourth in the NFC North. This has been a weird week for the Bears it started with NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport reporting that the Bears had “buyer’s remorse” with quarterback Jay Cutler one year into his seven-year, $126 million contract, and specific criticisms like that he wasn’t checking out of run plays when the defense was aligned to beat them.
On Monday, receiver Brandon Marshall said on WMVP-AM about Cutler that, “I would have buyer’s remorse, too.” OK, then. And then on Thursday night came the strangest twist, a Chicago Tribune story that said Bears offensive coordinator Kromer apologized to the offense and Cutler on Monday for being the source of Rapoport’s report.
Yes, an offensive coordinator apologized for leaking a story … and someone in turn leaked that story. Good times in Chicago.
“We’ll handle that internally, and we’ll go from there,” Kromer said. “If there are any other football questions, I’d be happy to answer those. I’ve said pretty much what I’m going to say.”
Remember that Cutler is in Chicago because his relationship with then-Broncos coach Josh McDaniels soured in a hurry when there were reports that McDaniels tried trading for Matt Cassel, and Denver traded him after he asked out. source: sports.yahoo
Monday night’s game between the New Orleans Saints (5-8) and Chicago Bears (5-8) at Soldier Field makes for an intriguing matchup, even if Bears receiver Brandon Marshall believes ESPN should take the teams off “Monday Night Football.”
Despite New Orleans’ dismal record, there’s still plenty of incentive to win, considering the Saints remain alive in the playoff hunt. The same can’t be said of Chicago, but how this club finishes should go a long way toward determining the extent of upcoming changes this offseason, whether in personnel, the front office or the coaching staff.
The Saints’ offense has been good at times, especially since they now have a consistent run game to balance their prolific passing offense. The two problems that have crept up most are turnovers and the disappearance of the downfield passing game.
The following are the most updated betting odds for Monday Night Football:
New Orleans Saints -3 53.5o
Chicago Bears +3 53.5u **Odds tend to change as we get closer to game time
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