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Bears suck

Discussion in 'Sports Programming and Events' started by brett1198, Dec 20, 2009.

  1. hdtvfan0001

    hdtvfan0001 Well-Known Member

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    No kidding...ask Terry Bradshaw...the best average quarterback to win several Super Bowls.

    As for Cutler...sorry....but he's a big crybaby...he was at Denver, and now Chicago. He whines at Press Conferences, before games, after games...probably when he gets up in the morning, and when he goes to bed. :D

    He did that in Denver, and they pretty much had enough of it - which is why no one was sad to see him go.

    As for holes on the team - too many to count. Uhrlacher is questionable in terms of what he'll be if and when he returns....most other positions are either replaceable or weak.

    Lovie is also needing to go back to the drawing board.
     
  2. Earl Bonovich

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    I rather give the marker to the WhiteBoard UPS guy, then see Lovie get another crack at it.
     
  3. uncouth

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    Wrong. So very wrong. And we saw that with both Orton and Grossman.

    You still need the arm to get the ball downfield on a post route. You still need a quick release and arm strength on the quick slants.

    The only question with Cutler is his head, but when you're losing frustration sets in. We'll see how he does once some of the other pieces get added to the roster.
     
  4. hdtvfan0001

    hdtvfan0001 Well-Known Member

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    !rolling !rolling !rolling
     
  5. sigma1914

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    Cutler = Ryan Leaf
     
  6. Tom Robertson

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    Since I've not seen most of the interceptions, (just quite a few against Green Bay) I'll trust Earl's analysis.

    Passing offense relies on all 11 players doing their parts, at the right times, to work. It ain't "y'all go out, I'll heave it" in the Pro's anymore. :)

    Lovie did some very good things right at the start (dang it!). Don't follow the daily Bears reports to know where the wagon fell apart. Then again, that seems to be the Bears 20 year pattern. One great year, 19 not so great. :) :)

    Cheers,
    Tom
     
  7. RAD

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    Dripping...
    Let's just call this rebuilding time and give Hanie some real game playing time. Need to get the backup QB some time for that time when Cutler takes one too many hits due to the crappy offensive line.
     
  8. hdtvfan0001

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    I guess giving up an average of 23 points a game isn't exactly a great defensive line either, huh? :D
     
  9. davemayo

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    It could be worse...you could be Browns fans. What a year for us! :eek2:

    Being a native Washingtonian, I'm a Skins fan first, but that has been bad too.

    When does baseball season start? Oh wait, that won't be any better in Cleveland or DC.

    GO CAVS! :D
     
  10. alnielsen

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    It's not as bad as in the early 80's. The offense plays would be Payton runs to the left, Payton runs to the right, Payton takes it up the middle, then punt.:lol:
     
  11. Earl Bonovich

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    Bad year, ending on a very high note.

    Amazing game.... horrible commentary, I think those three guys from ESPN have more of a love affair with Favre then Madden ever did...

    The way the last 5 minutes of the game went, and then the entire OT.. Mr Automatic missing a typically sure thing for him. Then the Bears D squashing Favre, then the unbelievable knock out for the fumble, and of course the on-the-dime throw on an awesome play call.

    So while this has been a frustrating season, this game at least was worth the time to watch it. Kinda like golf, that one putt makes you come back for another round. The way they played tonight, makes you go... hmmm maybe they can make something out of this mess.
     
  12. Shades228

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    That was a great game. It's just enough to give us some hope of next year.
     
  13. WERA689

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    Earl, I thought of you and MartyS as I watched Cutler toss the perfect pass at the end....
     
  14. hdtvfan0001

    hdtvfan0001 Well-Known Member

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    Yup...the breaks went the Bears way...but then Lovie has always disproportionately had that frequently until this year.

    The game was actually much more entertaining in the second half.

    Likely to your surprise Earl (and my wife's - a native Chicagoan)...I was rooting hot and heavy for the Bears last night, and glad to see them win (more accurately, watching the Vikings lose).
     
  15. Scott Kocourek

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    Time to give Lovie another contract extension. :D
     

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