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2009 Chicago Bears Win First Two Big Games of the Season Projected

Sun, Sep 13th, 2009 at Green_Bay 08:30 PM Lambeau Field

Score: Bears 27, Packers 10

Jay Cutler’s first game as a Bear starts at Lambeau Field, and get ready for a great game. Packers Signed WR Jennings To Long-Term Contract Extension that gives quarterback Aaron Rodgers a very solid receiving threat, against Chicago 's questionable secondary. Big changes have been made for the Pac, however the Packers are happy with OTA's and have reported players are learning the systems, whether it was offense changes that were made, adapting from a 4-3 to a 3-4 defense, or new special teams schemes.

Packers special team’s player, Will Blackmon shows huge improvements and could be a big return threat as last year he ranked fourth in the NFC and ninth in the NFL with an 11.1-yard average on punt returns, and he was one of only five players to return at least two punts for touchdowns.

With every player on the defensive side of the ball learning a new system and new roles, the defense could turn out to a liability. Inexperience could spell disaster especially in the first week against an energized offense led by Jay Cutler, who will be looking to make a statement. Aaron Rodgers will have to compensate and put up huge numbers in week one against the Bears. I don’t expect big numbers from the Packers running attack with Ryan Grant or Brandon Jackson against Chicago 's improved D-line, and a healthy Brian Urlacker and his outstanding partner in crime, Lance Briggs.

Chicago will win this game, with a balanced offensive attack. Chicago will give up a deep ball for a TD, and special teams will give Packers favorable field position however the Bears will be too much to handle offensively.

Sep 20th, 2009 Pittsburgh 04:15 PM Soldier Field 3 Sun

Score: Chicago 16 Pittsburgh 14


Defending Super Bowl champs will visit the Bears at the home opener, and the fans will be rocking the stadium! This week 2 game is a big one for both teams. Chicago will put the heat on Ben Roethlisberger who has been sacked 192 times in 5 seasons including 46 in 2008. The offensive line is questionable, and the Bears could expose the weakness early. The champs signed offensive tackle Max Starks to a new four-year contract however some question if that’s enough for this unit. Ben Roethlisberger is the hub of the wheel, and his success determines who wins and who looses this game.

Pittsburgh ’s upper tier defense is no doubt a great one. The addition of Ziggy Hood will allow this defense line to make several plays behind the line of scrimmage. I don’t look for Chicago to have great production from their running game, and the passing game will get a taste of a great secondary that was ranked first in 2008 for the regular season.
Jay Cutler's ability to scramble will be a key role for Chicago to win this game. If the Steelers keep him contained, and apply pressure the Bears will have a problem winning.
With Chicago winning the field position battle, and the fact it’s the first home game of the season, Chicago wins this game 16-14.

wrote by: Andrew Maisonneuve NFL Sports Writer

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