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 Bears vs. Browns. 
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Post Bears vs. Browns.
Absolute proof that the Lions aren't the only team that shoots themselves in the feet.


December 15th, 2013, 3:08 pm
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Post Re: Bears vs. Browns.
Nopers. I watched the 4th quarter of that game and the Bears are now in first place! The Lions have to answer by beating Baltimore to retake first place.

It looks like Chicago isn't planning to hibernate and let the Lions take the division with an 8-8 record. If the Bears beat both Philthydelphia (who really has something to play for since they end their season against Dallas) and the Fudgepackers (who might not have anything to play for on the last game of the season) then the Lions would have to finish 10-6 to win.


December 15th, 2013, 5:37 pm
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Post Re: Bears vs. Browns.
The 2nd quarter was a comedy of errors on both sides.


December 15th, 2013, 7:34 pm
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The AFC North has been against the Lions all year. All 4 lost to the Bears. Bengals beat us after a shanked punt and the Steelers made us look stupid for 3 quarters. We better get revenge against the Ravens tomorrow or we're toast. Rooting for the NFC East last week, today and next week hurts too.


December 15th, 2013, 8:29 pm
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Don't look now, but the Fudgepackers beat the Cowpokers and are still hanging in there. The host Pittsburgh (who looks much better than they did earlier in the season) and then end the season at Chicago. If they win both games, a 9-6-1 record would definitively beat 9-7 (Lions go 2-1).


December 15th, 2013, 11:07 pm
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