Andy Gresh and Scott Zolak preview the 2014 Chicago Bears.
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The New England Patriots come into the 2014 season with high expectations, but that’s nothing new for a team that consistently makes the postseason. Still, the Patriots have seen a huge increase in ticket price on the secondary market according to TiqIQ.
With former Bear defensive end Julius Peppers leaving Chicago to go to Green Bay, it looks like the Bears have already found his replacement in the form of former Viking defensive end Jared Allen. A man who has played fewer years yet has more sacks than Peppers. It seems like a smart decision.
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With high expectations come high-ticket prices. Patriots tickets cost an average of $414.22, with the highest single game average $554.87 when they host the AFC Champion Denver Broncos in November.
Free agent running back Michael Bush will visit with the Patriots, and could be a replacement for LeGarrette Blount.
Critics called into question Jay Cutler’s toughness when he didn’t try to return to action for the Bears in the 2010 NFC Championship, but did Aqib Talib do the same thing for the Patriots?
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While his beloved Bears were knocked out of the playoffs by the Packers, the country star still dreams of the Chicago team winning the Super Bowl.