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Scanning the Savanna

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Detroit Lions defensive end Kyle Vanden Bosch says his dad taught him the value of hard work.

Vanden Bosch wheeled concrete and hauled blocks for the family business — a construction company in Larchwood, Iowa — on Saturday mornings after playing high school football the previous night.

Are the Bears going to catch the Green Bay Packers for the NFC North division title?  No. Not chasing three games with eight to go and not with the Packers having already won at Soldier Field.   But the Chicago Bears can solidify the pole position among NFC wildcard contenders with a home victory against the Detroit Lions.

Per special request by our very own Joe the Boss, this and all future iterations of PTMY regarding repeat opponents get a bit of an update. This one carries with it a bit of hostility – since on Monday Night Football, the Lions invited the Bears up north to Ford Field and moved to 5-0 behind a pair of big plays.

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