What time was the most painful to be a Bears fan?

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    IF ONLY we would have had Chad Pennington as our QB that year. :eek:
     
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    You missed the point of that post, entirely.
     
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    actually, I didn't. I was just gunning for a cheap laugh, in the hope that ricza would award me another "Like."
     
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    another vote for the '86-'88 era.
    because.......we had the horses then.

    2006-07......I didn't expect them to win, they overachieved.
     
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    Well, this game MIGHT be the start of one of those depressing eras.
     
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    This game might be the new leader in the clubhouse as HB just said
     
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    new answer : today.
     
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    Yep, we knew it before, but today officially kicks off our march into mediocrity on defense. While Emery was able to fix what Angelo could not, his legacy will now be on whether he can do better than Angelo, when drafting people. If it's any consolation, which immediately after a game, it's not: At least Emery's first bust on defense, McClellin, has actually seen more playing time than Angelo's first DE bust, Haynes. Angelo, for all his faults, KNEW how to get a defense together. Now it's Emery's turn.
     

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