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With the odds that the Bears can get the number one seed being relatively low, who would you rather play in an NFC Championship game if the bears were to win their divisional matchup? Falcons, or Saints?

Guys,

What are the numbers for Bears' wins vs losses when they are the first ones to score in a game, for this season?

One of the hottest topics during the draft and preseason was the safety position. I guess my question is: What do we know now that we didn't know then? Along that line, has Danieal Manning quietly played himself into a nice new contract?

For the first time in 15 years the Bears have a chance to have a QB to throw 3,000+ yards, WR have 1,000 yards and a running back to have 1,000 yards.
How many time has that happen in Chicago since 1920?

Can you tell us a little more about R. Greer? Is he talented enough to replace any of the present receivers in the relatively near future?On a different note, what offensive linemen available in the draft do you see as probable Bear picks?

As the Bears have enjoyed increased success, there has been a reduction of chatter from many Bear fans (at both news sites) who seemingly would prefer this team to crash and burn than have a chance to win a Super Bowl.

What is your reaction to the fact that a large contingent of so-called fans are actually disappointed with this season?

Neil is there any way to get the kool-aid drinkers understand we are not disappointed in the season, it JA and Lovie we are disappointed in.
THANKS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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