What we learned:
1 Long Island Ice Tea is the limit
Don't drink with Small Pockets
Girls in skirts can make you shrug your shoulders at yet another turnover
4 Long Island Ice Teas = "They're losing? They aaaaaaaaaaaaaalways lose. Can you hit the reset button?"
I learned that it is actually higher percentage for both the left and right tackles to just shoot a double leg tackle. Even if they missed completely it would be infinitely longer to get stepped over than stepped through.
You need talent on both sides for years they needed to draft one offensive lineman the first day not done
What I learned is that we played a terrible game and lost. The strategy wasn't there. The execution wasn't there. We had no answer for the sweep out of the split back set. We had no answer for Vernon Davis. And most of all on defense, we had no answer for the unknown quantity that was Colin Kaepernick.
Offensively, what I learned is that the Bears have the very worst offense in the league. I learned that we can't block "Diddly-Poo" or Jack Shit. I learned that Jason Campbell is no Jay Cutler, and as such, I will never forget that fact again so long as I live. I learned that Lovie Smith, for all the positives he brings to this team, is easily outcoached by a competent head coach for a team with loads of talent. Lastly, I learned that we need to get this game out of our heads, prepare for the Vikings, and be ready to start a new winning streak on Sunday.