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OT: The Bears Just Played the Worst Game I've Ever Seen

DeAngelo Hall's 4 INT's tying the single game record, brought an abysmal game to an end for the worst team in the NFC North, the Chicago Bears.

Chicago ended the game with FIVE CONSECUTIVE TURNOVERS. The Redskins didn't do very well at all either. This is probably the single worst game I've ever seen by two teams, and I'm so glad it's not our Lions.

Did anyone else see this game? Granted the Bears are my most hated team, but a phrase comes to mind: they are who we thought they were.

Some stats for the interested:

Donovan McNabb topped the QB rating chart at 56.8.

Both teams were a combined 4/23 on third down.

Washington had 6 fumbles - and lost 1.

Here is a drive by drive analysis of the Bears' second half offense: Fumble, INT, INT, fumble, INT, punt INT

Seriously. Look at this for yourself. Unbelievable.

 

Chicago Bears, NFC North champions and Super Bowl winners.

This is a FanPost and does not necessarily reflect the views of Pride Of Detroit or its writers.

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