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Spot on mate! Those are the memories of the Bears from my junior high days. As for my favorite Bear of all time it would have to be Bill George...
I couldn't have put it better myself.
A jersey with my last name on it #60
Pack L ( I would like to at least keep it close .)
Vikes W ( I'll be there, so they better ;))
Yes the hatred for Wannstedt can be very cult like at times. I spent those years getting to know the Chicago Bears and the game of football as...
Jennings gets my nod.
I have been a Bears fan since I was 9 years old in 1991. The only sport my dad ever watched was professional football. He had a couple of Bears...
Couldn't have said it better myself. There is a lot of work left to do but it is a process and we'll see how it all turns out.:D
I give my ball to Major Wright because he was straight up ball'n all night.
I give the ball to the big guys up front because they gave Cutler ample time to trow that rainbow to Marshall...lord, was that beautiful. :pamela:
During the 2000 free agency period we could have signed Simeon Rice but instead we acquired Philip Daniels. Daniels had a successful career but I...
Yeah it was pretty ugly and he lost his lively hood just as he was coming into it.
10-6 and we might squeak into the playoffs...might.
This will be a close bloody week one, but I will miss it because I have to work.:(
I really think all the Bears needed was an offensive minded coach with high standards to guide them to the next level. Remember the Buccaneers...
God I hope so!!!
I take the same assessments from that game as well. It has been many seasons since we've had a defensive coordinator who dials up aggressive...
I have been a fan of this franchise since 1991. That was the first Bears season I have any memory of. My father and grandfather were, and still...
It will be handy to keep a savvy vet like Williams around for safe keeping and to tutor Bostic.
Yes! I was very happy to see the defensive line make some mean plays without Peppers out there. I was especially happy at McClellen's forced...