Is there any team that wants to be the best in the NFC?
The Bears looked to dominate the NFC - and possibly the NFL. They eventually showed some signs of danger and for the first time - their defense hurt them today. They still win though.
The Cowboys looked to be the hot team of late, a nice string of wins in a row. Then the debacle of a game vs. New Orleans showed flaws on the defense and Romo looked human. A win yesterday yet the defense still looks suspect.
The Saints, the golden team of the NFL this year. Goes into Dallas and not only beats them - but dominates nearly the entire game. And today - an embarrassing loss vs. Washington with another NFC East foe to play next week - the Giants. A loss there and they could very well lose that #2 seed they're sitting on.
The Seahawks have looked inconsistent all year - even with a healthy QB and RB. Heck, they could still lose the division to...the 49ers! Seattle finishes with San Diego and Tampa while San Fran. has Arizona and Denver left. It's not out of question that an 8-8 team will win the West and go to the playoffs.
Re: The hot potato that is the best team in the NFC
The Bears got just what they needed yesterday by wrapping up the #1 seed (even without some top defensive players). Now they can rest their team back to health for 3 weeks before their next game. It's funny how everyone quickly writes of a 2-loss team but hey, keep thinking they're overrated, that's fine with me. Oh yeah, and for Favre..."one more year, one more year!"
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