November 3rd, 2010
by bearsbacker

Here are the week nine Bears power rankings from various sites around the web:

Yahoo Sports: #17 (Last week: #18)

Analysis, “When the Bears line up on the opponents’ 1-yard line, does the end zone look like it’s 99 yards away?”

ESPN: #17 (Last week: #15)

Analysis, “For a team with a winning record, Chicago had plenty of issues to address at the bye.”

Fox Sports: #19 (Last week: #18)

Analysis, “Hopefully their bye will solve some of the problems on the offensive line. Then again, do they really have good enough personnel to have even an average line? At some point, offensive coordinator Mike Martz is going to have to help project Jay Cutler or the Caleb Hanie era could be starting soon.” # 21 (Last week: #17)

Analysis, “The Bears are our lowest-ranked winning team, and they’re even beneath .500-club members like Oakland, St. Louis and Washington, as well as the losing Chargers. It’s the two home losses to Seattle and Washington, and the fortunate season-opening win at home against the Calvin Johnson-led Lions that I can’t ignore. But a win this week against Buffalo, in Toronto — still can’t get used to that one — and Chicago will force us to reconsider its standing. Not a ton, mind you. But some upward adjustment will be made. Promise, Bears fans.”

CBS Sports: #18 (Last week: #18)

Analysis, “They better hope their offensive linemen learned how to block during their bye week. If not, Jay Cutler won’t make it through the season.”

Pro Football Weekly: #20 (Last week: #19)

Analysis, “Defense doing its part, for the most part.”

Pro Football Talk: #19 (Last week: #17)

Analysis, “The good news?  Jay Cutler threw only two interceptions on Sunday.  The bad news?  The Bears were idle.”

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