chicago v cincy post game

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  1. DaTreeBears

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    To say they gave the Bears a gift is a joke. That's sports errors are always going to be made it's what you do with those errors when they occur. I have no problem with negative articles on Bears, I was negative last year when it was obvious the offense was never legit NFL O. Cutler had all the right to be pissed because those coaches last year had no clue what they were doing. Coaching is pivotal in football people that say it's the players that make the plays coaches can't play the game have no clue about football. Coaches in football are pivotal ask Cincy fans tonight on how their coaches performed tonight. That was us last year because we had the cluess coaches coaching. Ask the Saints how it feels to have their coach back. It makes all the difference in winning games like today we used to(past tense) lose these games because our coaches were always out coached not anymore boys.
     
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    "In the end, Cutler, who finished with a passer rating of 93.2, was never sacked Sunday and there were no pre-snap penalties."


    When's the last time you could say that about a Bears O? No sacks AND No pre-snap penalties?!?!?! Amazing

    DTB, no it's a fair analysis. And Hub and the others said exactly what you just did, the Bengals gave the game away, BUT what the Bears did w/it is what counts. That is the jist of Hub's article, that you didn't read, and same w/the others I posted that talk about that.

    The Bengals were sloppy and two PF's can be directly atributed to why they lost that game, that is not debatable. But the Bears HAD to take advantage of that, and they did.
     
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    Exactly the word that came to mind earlier...amazing.

    Now we get a taste of what may be the change needed in Cutler's game of bad decisions...protection.
     
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    Well it's more then protection Tarkus. Part of the reason he was protected is b/c he didn't hold on to the ball very long. that's not taking away anything the OL did either. But the HC's game plan was to get the ball to the open person quickly, and that's what Cutty did. He didn't hold onto the ball until he saw Marshal or another WR open, he threw to the spot he was supposed to throw to and he did it quickly....and that's the change that was needed, a HC that would get Cutty to learn to get rid of the ball quickly.
     
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    It's only week 1 of course, but I'm really not scared of Minnesota as a serious rival for the division. The Vikes are one player only and, as good as he is, it isn't realistic to expect him to rush for 2100 yards again. More importantly, Ponder sucks and is very limited (crap arm) even when he isn't throwing multiple picks.
     
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    Cincy's time mis-management, wasted TO's, and something-other-than-11-men formations looked a LOT LIKE LOVIE.
     
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    The Vikings are overrated like Detroit was last year, hence why they lost today.
     
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    Yes, sir...

    I think this will end up to be a sum of all parts...Trestman's mentoring like you said, WRs who can get separation/go get the ball, OL who allows for a calmer, more contained Cutler; in the pass & run.

    We could only go up from where we came. lol
     
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    Kind of an ugly win really ( some Bengals players made some of the DUMBEST decisions I've ever seen ) but there were some bright spots so .... it's a W and it's a start and I'll take it .
     
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    Tired already from reading elsewhere outside of here of how the Bengals gave away the game on the last PF.

    Sure, it would have been tense but some forget that we were taking that game by what we did defensively/offensively. If anyone was on the down swing late it was them...not us.
     

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