Monday, November 06, 2006

Bears lose one game, world ends, film at eleven.

The worst part of the Bear's loss is it leaves only one team, the Colts, with a chance to beat/break the 1972 Dopey Dolphins unbeaten record. I don't drink very much, but I would pop some bubbly to see those yahoos shut up but good.

As far as the Bears go, let it go. Wouldn't you rather end with a 12-4 or 11-5 team that wins the Super Bowl? If not, you are among the FOOTBALL STUPID. Go away. There will be no convincing you anyway. For whoever is left, ponder the real problems left to your hometown squad.

Grossman has left the Sexy behind and reverted to Vexy once again. Everyone gets all excited about the prospect of having the next Favre. Does anybody remember he wasn't the Super Bowl era Brett Favre when he started either? The defense, any defense, can only absorb so many turnovers. At some point they come back to hurt.

How glad was your starting center that he signed for his big extention before this game? How lost did he (and subsequently the offensive line he calls adjustments for) look against the Dolphins D-line? "Thomas Jones, hello, these two to six gentlemen will be escorting you to your turf..."

How about a hand for Justin Gage? How about two? So that he could get them in the vicinity of a pass thrown his way. Way to take advantage of your big chance to shine with the other receivers banged up. Bears fans will turn blue holding their breath for the speedy recovery of everyone above Gage on the depth chart.

Devin Hester: It isn't your fault the ball bounced to a halt at the one yard line. That is just the way the ball, you know, bounces. It is your fault your hand-eye coordination is insufficient to prevent the ball from, you know, dropping out of your hands! Nice to see the extra practice is paying off.

Cedric Benson Sighting! Cedric Benson Sighting!

Run defense? Contradiction of terms? Ronnie Brown ran for 157 yards averaging 5.4 a gallop. At least Urlacher wasn't hurt. Oh wait...

Joey Harrington is the back-up in Miami. The Bears did hold his yardage down. The Bears did pick him off twice. The Bears did let him throw three touchdowns. Oops.

Just one game, but, DEPT.:Marty Booker: touchdown A. Ogunleye: one tackle, two assists

Slightly off on a Tangent Question: Right or wrong, Lovie Smith will in all likelyhood remain with his current contract until the end of the year. A Super Bowl appearance guarantees a new one, another first round disappearance might be the ticket out. (Does that make him Phil Jackson or Doug Collins? More fun to think of Jauron as Doug Collins or Stan Albeck.)

Now comes the East Coast swing, with teams the Bears should really be worried about. For instance, want to say you're the best team in the NFC? Beat the Giants. The record might not be perfect at the end of the year, but remember, it wasn't perfect in 1985 either. The most important game of they year to win is the last one. All Bears fans should agree that would be...perfect.

Have fun and until next time, be good.


Blogger Jeeves said...

I think Lovie's going to be around a long time, and frankly, I'm happy about that.

9:09 PM, November 06, 2006  
Blogger Soxually Repressed said...

Mine is not to do or die, mine is just to question why...

12:47 PM, November 07, 2006  
Blogger Internet Creatures said...

Mariotti continues to piss all over the Bears.

Fire the Fucktard.

8:46 PM, November 07, 2006  

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