Detroit Lions doubled twice in four years under Jim Caldwell, spending four years as a consistently competitive and worst NFC member of the North. The bears were among the worst NFL teams at the same time, who worked in the basement of their division and were created only to make the top 10 sketches.
But medals 34-22 won the Lions on Sunday revealing the growing truth about these two teams with first-year lead coaches: one team goes in the right direction and the other goes wrong.
Matt's Patricia defended Matt's Patricia defeat while Mitch Trubisky had a perfect passer-by in the first half and finished 23 finishes in 30 attempts at 355 meters, with three touching and passing scores of 148.6. He also ran for his fourth quarter finals in Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Meanwhile, Vicom Fangio's defense had a better insight into Jim Bob Cooter, interrupting Stafford twice and releasing him six more times. Khalil Mack had two of those bags, others came when he pushed Taylor Decker on the floor to crash the unlucky Stafford. Bryce Callahan also had another productive match with a sack, a preparation for the loss and two passes.
What the bears managed to overcome Cody Parkey who managed to get up and get eight points in the field four times and still win 12 points, talks about the bay between the two teams. No wonder the bears are now 6-3 in the north of the NFC, while the lions are 3-6 and at the bottom.
Lions played as a team without an identity, which will be known in 2018 as their coach warns the journalist about his position, but will be doing anything good on the ground. The bear's identity was clear: a breakthrough that could explode for a lot of points and an aggressive, defensive defense with the intent of creating big games.
Bears have a long way to say no more than it is the worst team in the north of NFC. The following weekend's Sunday night football match with Minnesota Viking looks like a key game in the division.
But if you have to crawl before you go, Bears embody that cliché on Sunday. Obviously they are not the worst team in the north of NFC. It's clear that Lions are.