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It takes either an incredible amount of bravery or arrogance for a team's social media team to turn their attention away from the score and to the Twitter keyboard for a trolling attack mid-game. 


Well, regardless of the motive, the Chicago Bears social media team clearly felt like a 26-7 lead over the Detroit Lions at the half of Sunday's game was enough to warrant this. 

It certainly seems like it's leaning a lot more toward arrogance to troll Detroit like this after the Lions had just one turnover in the first half with one of two fumbles lost. Since this tweet was sent, the Lions have actually cut the Bears' lead to 16 points following an early third-quarter field goal too. 

The Bears social media started barking early, but we'll all just have to see if they'll end up eating their words with any potential comeback in Chicago. 


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