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    I was wondering which DEF to start, but it was to hard for me to decide. Should I start Bears DEF VS Packers or Patriots DEF VS BIlls? Its a hard decision for me because Bears have one of the most dominating defenses last year and Brett Farve has been struggling and Packers also lost Javon Walker. Patriots get Rodney Harrison back and Former Charger Linebacker... and then Bills have decided to start unproven QB Losman... So its hard for me to decide. Which DEF should I start?

  • #2
    Re: Should I start Bears Defense or Patriots Defense?

    Bears are on the road and the Pats are home. I would go with Pats.

    sigpic :ram::helmet:


    • #3
      Re: Should I start Bears Defense or Patriots Defense?

      I would go with the bears. The bears are built around that defense. Packers have absolutely nothing going for them. The Bills on the other hand have an insane ST. They have McGahee pounding the ball. They have a QB who has shown bright spots. No brainer. Bears.


      • #4
        Re: Should I start Bears Defense or Patriots Defense?

        I'd start the Bears. The Bills -- as bad as they are -- are better than the Packers.


        • #5
          Re: Should I start Bears Defense or Patriots Defense?

          Bears IMO it is their year to truly embarass Green Bay on their own field.

          Green Bay has very raw freshman and sophomores on their Oline. Favre was running for his life the entire game last week.


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