Friday, November 13, 2009

NFL Week 10: Chicago Bears San Francisco 49ers

Jay Cutler1.jpgThursday November 13, 2009 will now be known as the night Jay Cutler threw away any hope of the Bears making the playoffs this season.

Cutler threw five interceptions against the 49ers and couldn't have looked worst doing it. Apart from the second pick, which Devin Hester slipped over, Cutler had a nightmare.

The Bears are left with a 4-5 record and I really can't see how they are going to win all their reminding games to have a chance of the playoffs.

Being on the Bears defence must have been hard, they know they played a great game. Only allowing one touchdown and 10 points in a game should mean a victory, but it just wasn't to be.

Next week the Bears face the Philadelphia Eagles at Soldier Field. Having only lost once at home this season the Bears will be looking to put a puncher in the Eagles playoff hopes.

Frank Gore131109.jpgThe 49ers will count themselves lucky because on offence they really didn't get anything going. If it was for Frank Gore's running the 49ers would have been stuck.

Gore is a monster running, he ran for 104 yards and one touchdown, which he was untouched. Tackling Gore must be an experience I'm happy I don't need to do. He really runs with power and the Bears just couldn't handle him.

One plus point would have been Michael Crabtree. Crabtree caught four passes for 48 yards and his relationship with Alex Smith seems to be the only thing working in the passing game.

San Francisco next play the Green Bay Packers in Lambeau Field. Having a couple of extra days rest could make all the difference in this game.

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