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Discussion in 'Chicago Bears' started by riczaj01, Aug 23, 2013.
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What time is kick off? Isn't it 8:00 PM CDT?
That's what I'm gonna be watching as well and holding my breath that they look even better tonight than last week. These two are rookie roomies and if that kind of camaraderie can contribute to their communications and their efforts to support one another we'll have come a very long way from last year on that side of the line as well. These guys should play at least three quarters tonight so it should be a good test. Pray for no injuries along that line. We can't afford any.
I think Bostic proved he's the guy at MLB with that one hit last week and the NFL should have their heads examined for fining him. To begin with the receiver actually had possession of the ball, tucked it under his left arm and took a step before Bostic nailed him. At that point he's a ball carrier and not a "defenseless player" and he's fair game. If they'd reviewed the play they'd also have seen that it was a fumble not an incompletion. Man I'm getting sick of the incompetence of the officiating and the NFL front office over this bullshit. IT'S NOT FLAG FOOTBALL! Players are gonna get nailed and players will be injured because it's a violent game and you can't legislate that away!
Jeezus if Butkus would have played under these rules they only position he could have been used at would have been the holder for PKs and XPs and the half the 85 team would have been suspended or fined out of their game checks before they even got to the Super Bowl. This whole thing with Goodell is ridiculous. Bostic, the Bears and the NFLPA need to appeal that fine. I don't know how you lower a shoulder and separate a guy from the ball any better than that. It was a text book hit.
9pm Chicago time.
11PM Eastern on NFL network.
OK, that makes it 8pm my time. Thanks brother. Got an hour to get primed for the game. Should see the starters for half the game of more tonight so we'll have a good look at what the offense has been able to accomplish. I think the play calling will still be very vanilla but that's good. More emphasis on execution and avoiding mistakes.
Wow, very late for you Jim.
You sure that's not 10 PM?
Bears playing good on both sides of the ball.
yea loved the protection of the line :)
Damn, who snuck the Packers offense into Bears uniforms tonight? LOL