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Discussion in 'Chicago Bears' started by riczaj01, Nov 17, 2013.
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The dynamic duo...
It's like going from Clooney as Batman to Christian Bale.
yeah... there is that to consider...
power -just- came back on, was watching the game (recording it also) then game delay, then game resumed ..then the weather hit here (SW MI) I have never seen such a thick rainfall ever. It was gushing, windy, then the power went out.
Threw batteries in the radio to listen to the game, still no power, I ran out to eat and found a restaurant with multiple sports screens and watched the game to finish...oooboy, bears WIN!
Some of you guys are thrashing on McCowen but he got the win, sure, the Ravens are a skeleton of the team last year but there is still plenty of talent on the team.
A win is a win anyway you get it.
Hey Trestman, we are going take away Urlacher this year. Trestman Ok, we are also going to take Melton with 5 other either injured or MIA on the D line. Trestman Ok, also we are taking Briggs and Tillman plus Conte and Major are going to play shitter for you. Now go beat the super bowl winners.
I guess he has to be stupid for ever taking that deal. I'm just so happy we have this dumb coach.It's amazing what he can win with or without. But then again there are a lot more brilliant coaches sitting behind keyboards in basements that could do much better I'm sure.
IDK if you realized it when you said that, but the Bears have played the last 6 SB winners this year.
Rice didn't just "show up" this week. RBs good and bad have been "showing up" against us all year. Guys like AP, Reggie Bush, and Alfred Morris maybe you can excuse. Maybe even Ray Rice too despite him being garbage all year beforehand. But it's also been RBs like Law Firm, Dwyer, Jacobs, Helu, Lacey, and Starks too. In other words, even backs who aren't among the cream of the NFL (to put it generously in some cases there) have been consistently trucking us. Even when we hadn't yet been devastated by injuries.
The pass D and pass rush have shown improvement in fits and starts but run defense has been consistently horrible since week 1. We seem to specialize in handing out 100+ yard rushing games and big gashes even to guys who don't normally have that kind of production.
Very much agree. It's hard not to love seeing a career journeyman nothing QB play mistake-free enough to get us wins. We all love seeing underdogs do well and that's all you could ask a vet backup to do (most do far far less). He's earned himself new life in the NFL and another contract, good for him. But he's a backup only--and to his credit he's humble enough to fully acknowledge that. And that makes him even more worthy of keeping around IMHO.
I learned we move on to the RAMS.