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Believe It: Carolina or Chicago Will Start the Season at Surprising 2-0

by November 30, 1999 @ 12:00 am (Category : Uncategorized )

Sep 13th 2008 12:24PM by Sportz Assassin (author feed)
Filed under: Bears, Panthers, NFC North, NFC SouthAn NFC team walks into the stadium of an AFC power. Despite the long odds, the NFC team comes out with a surprising victory. Now people are buzzing about the possibility of them being a playoff team.

Those things have happened to the Carolina Panthers and Chicago Bears last week. The Panthers went into San Diego and shocked the Chargers with a last minute touchdown. The Bears went into Indianapolis and spoiled the opening of Lucas Oil Field with an impressive display of Bears Football (running and defense).

Now one of them will be 2-0 come Monday morning as the two face off in Charlotte on Sunday.

Both teams are sort of similar. Both were recent Super Bowl losers, their once vaunted defenses fell on some hard times last year while their offenses fell off the map. Both have speedy game changers.

Chicago showed its defensive ability was not gone … but very much alive. They pressured and confused Peyton Manning and the Colts, created a few scores of their own and looked like the swarming nest of a few years ago. Carolina created their own opportunities by turning over San Diego a few times and returning one fumble for a touchdown.

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