Shack And The Hack NFC North Predictions: Week 15

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Aug 29, 2013; Chicago, IL, USA; Chicago Bears wide receiver Joe Anderson (19) makes a catch against Cleveland Browns cornerback Leon McFadden (29) during the first quarter at Soldier Field. Mandatory Credit: Mike DiNovo-USA TODAY Sports

Bears vs Browns

Shack: I believe Jay Culter has been itching to get back onto the field, but not because of injury. He likely will come out Sunday with a chip on his shoulder thanks to the media driven “quarterback controversy” after Josh McCown’s impressive performances in his absence. With that said, Jay Cutler might be playing a game against himself between trying to be to cautious or to aggressive. Also, there’s the chance that he’s a little rusty after missing the last four games.

Defensively, the Bears are going to have a tough time covering the suddenly uncoverable Josh Gordan. I smell a trap game for the Bears.

Bears 23 Browns 27

The Hack: Considering their long-standing habit of never having a quarterback worth a sack of potatoes, it’s ironic that Da Bears now have a QB controversy, with TWO good ones , in Jay Cutler and Josh McCown.  Cutler will start against the pesky Browns who came to their senses and have now lost four games in a row in their quest for that almighty high draft pick.  Bears will put the pressure on the Lions to win with a win of their own.

Da Bears-28 Brownies-20

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