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Discussion in 'Chicago Bears' started by JustAnotherBearsFan99, Sep 26, 2013.
If nothing else, I'm mighty glad that J'Marcus Webb & Chris Williams are gone.
I hope it is not as bad as years past. Getting the ball out quick, like the first quarter of the steelers game will go a long way towards keeping Jay upright.
My gut feeling is that we'll be fine. Detroit will be another bottom-feeder team this year. Must really suck to live there or be a fan.
Well, The kitties are 2nd in the division today, and have the chance to take over first place with a win at home. Do NOT underestimate them.
Let the Lions do what they want. This time it'll be different. Ask the Bengals...
Man, I really like that pic. Long looks like an absolute throwback. He is my favorite Bears pick since Lach. A real Monster of the Midway!!
Detroit has no defense outside of the front 4. Ill bet Long destory's Suh. Suh will learn that there are bigger and tougher people who wont take his shit and Long will show him that
I love your attitude. I don't know if anyone is going to "destroy" Suh. I think you'd need a nuclear weapon to do that one. I'll be mighty happy if Long can just keep the guy off of Cutler all night - and Jay comes out of this game without an injury. Suh is the kind of dirty player who would love to end Jay's season in front of the home crowd.
I predict that Suh and Long go at it. The thing is, if you watch Suh, he'll rarely scrap with a big boy if they get in his face. He'll be tough and in the face of the skill guys. He usually goes after O-linemen when they're not looking or defenseless, not when one's in his face. I can see Suh trying to take out Long's legs from behind or kicking him when he's on the ground and Goodell won't do jack except for a fine which amounts to a fraction of Suh's game check.
That's exactly what he does. He's the consummate dirty player who cheap-shots players. He won't try to punch a guy. He'll try to blow out a knee on a guy like Long, or break a shoulder on a guy like Cutler (which could end the season, or even the career of either player).
If Goodell is really concerned about player safety, he's got to sweep guys like Suh out of the league. Fines don't help. Suh is a filthy rich man who can pay the biggest fines and not give it a thought. It has zero impact on a guy like that. But if he got a season's suspension, and had to sit at home watching his team play on TV all year - that, I believe would get his attention and he would change his behavior. But it takes something that major, to get his attention.