Archive for 2011

Poor, Poor, Poor......

Bears Fans Are Feeling Very Deflated Right Now
Those are the only three words I can think of when it comes to the current state of the Chicago Bears.  Poor execution (by the players), poor coaching by Lovie and his staff, and poor team management which falls directly on the “slim” shoulders of both Jerry Angelo, and his side-kick Tim Ruskell.  I include Ruskell... Read more »

No Excuses For Hanie....

How do you go from being hailed as a national treasure after a strong “spirited” effort in a championship game, to an anxiety filled, and confident deficient QB who throws 6 pics and a QB rating of less than 50% in two games (reminiscent to the poor play of ex-Bear QB Rex Grossman).  To many... Read more »

A Lions Loss On Thursday, Would Favor The Bears...

Thursday’s Thanksgiving contest between the Pack and Lions, can play a significant role in NFC Playoff picture.  With that said, a Packers victory (which is most likely to be the outcome), would favor our Bears in their push or an NFC Wild Card berth. We broke down each teams (the Pack & Lions) schedule, and... Read more »
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Bears Can Win With Hanie At The Helm

In the aftermath of Jay Cutler’s injury (which came near the end of the Bears triumph over the Chargers), many talking heads have been saying that the loss of JC is a “big-blow”.  This may be true on one side, but on the flip side of that same coin is the prospect of 2nd string... Read more »

Cutler Sums It Up Accurately, Bears Coming Together As A Team

As the Kitties from the motor city continue to fall apart, the Bears continue to come together as a solid football team.  This was stated by Jay Cutler in the his post-game interviews, and was also a reflection on the scuffle that broke-out between DJ Moore and Matt Stafford. Even though I have been among... Read more »

No Sacks + Bennett Back = Bears Defeat Eagles In Philly - The Story Behind The Story

TE Duo Of Kellen Davis & Matt Spaeth Celebrate After Spaeth's TD Catch On The Bears First Drive.
Once again Jay Cutler puts in another performance that further establishes his own arguments for being named among the “elite” QBs in the NFL.  The key was time…. The O-Line kept Cutler clean allowing+ no sacks in the entire game.  Good protection also allowed Jay to make all his throws, and the offense to convert... Read more »
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Bears Back In Action Tonight!

Bears vs Eagles On MNF
Tonight our Bears will meet yet another fierce opponent on the road in the City Of Brotherly Love, but there won’t be much love to spread around in Eagle-Town.  The Eagles come off a huge victory over the Dallas Cowboys in a 34-7 bloodletting of Americas team last week. Tonight, the Philly Faithful will be in... Read more »

Pay Matt Forte!!!!

I couldn’t believe my eyes when I read Steve Rosenbloom’s Tribune article which praised Jerry Angelo for not paying RB Matt Forte (see article). Every one we talk, including current and former NFL players, all unanimously agree that Matt should get paid.  Forte accounts for at least 60% of the Bears offensive production.  Without Forte,... Read more »

Donovan McNabb: A Potential HOF Career, Now Reduced To Rubble…

McNabb Experienced Despair In DC.
To some Chicago readers this article may be considered far off the beaten path, however it needs to be recognized that Donovan MaNabb is a native of the great city windy city.  In fact, McNabb’s mom and other family members were in attendance at soldiers field during the Minnesota game, only to exit the stadium... Read more »
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Cutler and Martz, The Honeymoon Is Over....

Prior to last Sundays game against the Bucs in London,  the buzz around Chicagoland in the papers was how Jay Cutler “dis” offensive coordinator Mike Martz during the Vikings game the week before.  Even some of the talking heads on ESPN chimed-in on what we say “it was only a matter of time”. After being... Read more »