posted on Dec, 19 2006 @ 02:04 PM
I don't see any threat to the Chicago Bears in the NFC. If I remember how the brackets are drawn correctly, they look to face either the Eagles or
Seahawks first, then either the Saints or Cowboys for the conference championship.
The NFC as a whole gives up entirely too many points- the two AFC teams that defeated the bears both have allowed fewer points than any NFC team other
than the Bears.
If you can stop them from running, Grossman will eventually turn the ball over about 3 times.
So Chicago will probably get to the Super Bowl. Whether or not they win it is mostly up to their opponents.
If the Chargers scoring machine gets there, I actually give the bears a decent shot to hang in there with them. They'll trail for most of the game
and probably lose it, unless they can force 2 turnovers and give up none.
The Colts would be the same story, but not as hard to keep up with.
The Patriots or Ravens would make for a very tense and relatively low scoring game up until the Bears started turning the ball over and eventually got
their butts handed to them.
Most likely Superbowl winners, in order? Ravens, Chargers, Bears.