Meant to say as a Bear. My fault.Cutler has two losses to Detroit. If he was on the Broncos in 2007, the Lions blew out the Broncos 44-7 in 2007 (although that was probably a pretty awful Broncos team).
The Lions should get plenty of yards. They'll also get plenty of INTs and fumbles lost, that's what the Bears D has been doing the entire season.See, you're assuming the Lions will only put up around or less than whatever the amount of offense it is the Bears have allowed this year (245 or something?). But I'm pretty sure the Lions have a better offense than teams like the Jaguars and the Rams. I think they'll do a little better than that, plus Stafford doesn't have a broken finger this time, so he isn't going to throw four interceptions again (I do think he'll throw at least one, though).
First off, you can't take random Lions fans out of thin air and say "See, these guys respect you!" I have met several Lions' fans, not a single one has any respect for the bears, or any other team in the NFC North. Secondly, the Lions have won ONCE against the Bears recently, that doesn't prove anything to me. And finally, I don't respect any Lions player other than CJ as a large portion of the others don't appear to know the meaning of 'fair play', and neither does Schwartz.See, this is what irks me about a lot of Bears fans. A lot of you guys are very dismissive of the Lions and act like a win against them is inevitable every time. A lot of Lions fans respect the Bears, but that respect is never reciprocated, especially since I think the Lions have proven they are capable of beating the Bears. Granted, all of the NFC North is like this, but it's Bears fans in particular that stand out.