Chicago Bears: 2010 Public Enemies
I love Sundays in the fall and winter. Why? Because the Chicago Bears are playing. But sometimes there are certain teams we hate playing, but most of all there are certain players I hate playing against.
There is always a certain player that you have to game plan around. A certain player that seems to single-handedly change the outcome of a game. This is a slide dedicated to players I wouldn't mind seeing out of action against us.
Calvin Johnson #81
The guy is a force. The guy is a beast. He's known as Megatron.
Last year he put up 200+ yards and a touchdown in the two games he played against the Bears.
Matthew Stafford will only get better, and that means good news for Megatron and bad news for us.
DeMarcus Ware #94
One of the best and most consistent DEs in the game today. He is a game-changer on the defensive side of the ball.
He amassed 20 sacks in 2008, 11.5 last year.
He has totaled 64.5 sacks in his five season career.
Aaron Rodgers #12
While he didn't put up staggering numbers against the Bears last season, he did orchestrate a deadly offensive attack.
Aaron Rodgers is becoming one of the premier QBs in the league. He has only two full years under his belt, so most likely he will only get better.
I could do without Rodgers come Week 3.
DeAngelo Williams #34
He didn't put up as many yards last season as he did in 2008, but he is still a force to be reckoned with.
Chicago has had its fair share of trouble tackling opponents' ball carriers and look for the Week 5 contest to be no different.
While I don't feel that the Panthers will be hard to stop, I could do without DeAngelo Williams that day.
Adrian Peterson #28
Adrian Peterson has done so much damage in Chicago. I don't even know where to start.
He averages at least one TD a game against Chicago. He makes our defense look silly at times.
Here's to hoping he fumbles all game long in Chicago come Week 10.
Ronnie Brown #23
Ronnie Brown is simply scary due to the system he uses: the Wildcat formation.
Even the best of defenses are having some major problems stopping the Wildcat formation.
If the Bears are having problems stopping a running team, they are sure to have problems against Brown and Co. come Week 11.
Tom Brady #12
Tom Brady is still described as the best quarterback in the NFL.
Brady is simply dangerous for opposing defenses. He knows how to exploit weaknesses.
He has one of the best offensive lines in the league.
The Bears have been manhandled by smart quarterbacks, especially ones with plenty of time to make decisions.
Here's hoping Brady misses his plane come Week 14.
Jared Allen #69
There is no way I can make a public enemy list and not include Jared Allen.
Just seeing that mullet makes me shiver.
To me, he is without a doubt Bears public enemy number one.
Praying that he retires from football and becomes a rock star.
Darrelle Revis #24
If you haven't heard the name Darrelle Revis then you aren't watching football.
Revis is the best all-around cornerback in the NFL.
He plays for a mean Rex Ryan defense.
Revis and Antonio Cromartie could shut down the Bears passing attack all day long.
Crossing my fingers that Revis will be given the day off for personal reasons on Week 16 of the NFL Regular Season.
Lovie Smith - #N/A
I know this one is a bit of a low blow. But come on Bears fans, you know where im going with this one.
Lovie Smith has been criticized to no end in Chicago. Well deserved might I add.
We have seen some questionable calls in our life, but Lovie takes the cake.
Sometimes I think I could run the Bears better than him.
Smith is our head coach, but he very well could take Jared Allen's place and become Chicago's number one public enemy.