Black Monday. It comes every year in the NFL. The day after the regular season ends there are twelve teams celebrating the opportunity to challenge for a Super Bowl title.
The NFL regular season is ovah! That means the playoffs are just around the corner. But before that can happen, we have to run through the games that put the playoff puzzle together.
The season was on the line as the Bears and Packers played a game right down to the wire on Sunday, but Chicago’s defense was once again its undoing.
Sunday afternoon the Bears will try and keep their season alive while ending the season of their historic rivals.
This is the final edition of The Opening Drive of the 2013 regular season! Week 17 will settle all of the questions we have surrounding the playoffs as well as the order of the 2014 Draft.
Week 16 in the NFL had dramatic finishes and unceremonious exits from the playoff picture.
In a game with everything on the line against a team with not much to play for, of course Chicago would find a way to crap the bed, right?
If the Bears win out, they’re the NFC North champs and get a home game in the first round of the playoffs. To do that, Marc Trestman’s squad must go on the road and defeat the Philadelphia Eagles, who are in a division race of their own.
Alright everyone, we’ve got two weeks left in the NFL regular season. That means playoff spots are on the line across both conferences as this home stretch concludes.
Week 15 in the NFL has come and gone. It’s sad, but true. Before we admit to ourselves that only two weeks in the season remain, let’s go around the league and see what made headlines over the weekend. It’s time for The Final Drive!