Monday Night Football will showcase another great NFC battle between the 2-1 Bears and 2-1 Cowboys at Cowboys Stadium at 8:30PM.
The 1-1 Chicago Bears will host the 1-1 St. Louis Rams this Sunday at 1 p.m. on FOX. The Bears are coming off an embarrassing loss to the Packers in a game that highlighted problems that Chicago has not only on the field, but off as well. Meanwhile, the Rams under first year coach Jeff Fisher were able to get a win at home against the Washington Redskins that came down to a last second field goal and featured perhaps an emergence of Sam Bradford.
The Bears will take on the Packers on Thursday Night Football in Wisconsin. The two teams will meet in one of the earliest Thursday games an NFL season has seen. This is something that must have all NFL fans very excited as fans will now only have to wait two days at most before they can see NFL action. The Bears come into the game coming off of a big win against the Colts last Sunday.
The Bears will begin their season at home in Soldier field on Sunday at 1 PM. The team will take on the new-look Colts who are led by rookie sensation Andrew Luck. Chicago will look to welcome Luck to the NFL in a way only their defense can. Luck should surely keep his head on a swivel against this team if he hopes to extend his NFL career. The Bears and their veteran defensive presence will surely look to make a statement early on Sunday, and need to if they hope to get a W.
Chicago themselves will also be unveiling some new stars of their own on offense. Beginning with their acquisition of Brandon Marshall, the team will look to start a fire with him and his old quarterback Jay Cutler. The two originally played together in Denver and had great success in their years together. The offense also added depth at running back with the Physical Michael Bush from Oakland who will look to lighten the load of Matt Forte. The offense will surely be one to really take a close look at given these pieces.