Last Sunday was a good week for the NFC North (well depends on who you were rooting for).
People in Green Bay are getting close to hitting the big red panic button after starting 1-2, with a late turnover against the Cincinnati Bangles resulting in a 34-30 win. It seems a tad early for the alarms to be sounding for the Packers, but when you go 45 games without a 100 yards rusher and fans are used to starting off strong, it’s understandable for there to be worries.
The Lions looked good against the Washington Redskins on Sunday. Drew Stafford threw for 385 yards resulting in 2 touchdowns. Although the rushing game wasn’t to good for the lions, Stafford and his receiving crew did well enough to contend with a Washington team that seems unsure of it’s self as of late.
In a surprising lose to the Cleveland Browns,the Minnesota Vikings looks to rebound as they look for their first win of the season as they take on the Pittsburgh Steelers in London, in fact, both teams look for their first win of the years. I would not want to be the team that starts off 0-4.
With a strong victory over the statement Steelers, the Bears start off to a 3-0 start. After two clutch victories lead by Jay Cutler against the Cincinnati Bengals and the Minnesota Vikings. As of now, Cutler has only been sacked three times in the last three games. Cutler has also posted up 693 passing YDS resulting in 6 touchdowns this year.
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