Vernon Davis: “I think we can destroy their guys up front”

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The way the Bears defense has been playing of late, it’s tough to imagine anyone is real scared to face them.

But it’s one thing to think that and it’s another thing to predict a beatdown.

That is what San Francisco tight end Vernon Davis did earlier today, forecasting another whipping for the Bears, who are coming off a 41-21 loss to Arizona and are only three weeks removed from a 45-10 loss at Cincinnati.

“I think we can destroy their guys up front,” Davis said. “I don’t see anything spectacular about their front line. Their LB’s, I think we can handle them pretty well. I like [defensive end] Adewale Ogunluye, I think he’s performing well for them, but he’s the only guy I like in their line.”

That is what we call a frank assessment.

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