Good News:
With Danny Trevathan off of suspension and showing his true abilities and key defensive players stepping up like Amos and Fuller, the team is looking good going into Week 7 against the Panthers. Mitch Trubisky has made a home at the helm and can handle what the game throws at him. The offense is currently ranked 17th in the NFL out of 32 teams and the defense is still holding steady in the 6th top spot.
During the Vikings game, punter Pat O’Donnell showed his athletic side with a 32-yard TD pass to Benny Cunningham and Mitch Trubisky made a TD and a 2-point conversion himself. It was definitely a wild game of wonder. Leonard Floyd and Akiem Hicks were powerhouses on Defense and Kyle Long and Josh Sitton held it down on Offense. Kyle Long was out for a play with what appeared to be his ankle but quickly recovered and was back at doing what he does best. 
During the Ravens game, we all got a taste of RB Tarik Cohen’s throwing abilities with a 21-yard TD pass to TE Zach Miller. Mitch Trubisky had another great night, as well, with a 27-yard TD pass to Dion Sims. But, we can’t rule out that phenomenal Defensive TD by Amos of 90 yards with the help of Kyle Fuller. The Bears won in over time 27-24. Now, onto playing the Panthers at home at Soldier Field this Sunday.
Bad News:
The Bears are still playing without their heavy hitters. This may fair not so well against the Panthers. With that said, the WR room still needs some improvement. They brought Tanner Gentry back and signed Rams WR Nelson Spruce to the squad. It’s now time to resign Victor Cruz and Daniel Braverman and craft a new plan of attack. 
With a strong defensive game, the Panthers may edge out the Bears offense. It’s going to be a close game though. The Bears defense is getting stronger by the day and that’s how you hold off your opponent from scoring points. 
Lastly, the Bears will see a familiar face in Ron Rivera on Sunday. He’s not just the Panthers’ head coach, he’s also Bears Alumini. As a former Bears linebacker and defensive coordinator, he has a good understanding of how the program in Chicago works. The Bears need to switch it up if they’re to bring home their third win of the season. This is a different Bears squad than when Rivera played. Time to show the Panthers why the Chicago Bears are known as “The Monsters of the Midway”.

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