Posts tagged "NFC Championship"

Anarchy From Without, Or From Within.....

Day-by-day I read more and more “negative” articles about Jay Cutler, the Bears front office, Lovie Smith (on how he handled Cutler’s injury), tweets from current and former players, and then how Chicagoans are “wimps” just like Cutler (see Tribune article).  Damn, can it get any worst? If I understand things correctly, I gather that... Read more »

Cutler For McNabb, Let The Debate Begin....

Granted Bear Fans, this trade most like will never happen, but it doesn’t hurt to “dream”… With all the controversy surrounding Jay Cutler’s early exit from the NFC title game, I am all but worn-down by the “constant” references to whether or not Cutler has the “guts” to be a leader etc.  many of the... Read more »

Cutler's Injury Still A "Hot-Topic"

It’s Thursday January 27th, 4 days after the Bears loss to the Packers in the NFC Championship game, and Cutler’s injury (in Sunday’s game) continues to be a trending topic.  Why is this is? Is it because the Cutler haters just won’t let it go? Or is it Jay himself… Just today, The Tribune released... Read more »
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Bottom-Line, Cutler Still Has Much To Prove.....

In the wake of the “fire-storm” surrounding Jay Cutler and his early exit from the game, we still maintain our focus on what really matters after all’s been said and done. Does Jay Cutler have what it takes to lead the Bears to a Super Bowl Championship??? I don’t question Jay’s injury, or his heart... Read more »

It Came Down To A Big Play On Defense, But For The Wrong Team...

Well Bear Fans, the “unthinkable” did happen at Soldiers Field today, but both team left it on the field.  Aaron Rodgers didn’t run-away with the game as most expected. In fact, Urlacher almost hung a pic-6 on Rodgers late in the 1st half.  If Urlacher had a bit more energy, he would stiff-armed Rodgers on... Read more »

More Facts To Consider...

We took a look at the successes and failures of the “principle” coaches/player involved in tomorrows game (Dom Capers, Rod Marinelli, Mike Martz, and Jay Cutler).  What we discovered was compelling to say the least, but promising as well. GB D-Coordinator Capers has had success against Chicago in only 1 game as head coach of... Read more »
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Ditka Firm On His Pick In Favor Of Bears, Remembers The Depth Of This Rivalry

Dan Pompei wrote yet another “great” article in the tribune, “affirming” coach Ditka’s choice in favor of the Bears this Sunday (see article).  The article also recounts some of the “low-blow” tactics that the Cheese-Heads utilized during the years when Ditka was coach.  It was even mentioned how Ditka and ex-Packer head coach Forest Gregg... Read more »

Telling It "Like-It-Is"...

Whenever I look for some “hard-charging” “cutting-edge” “on-the-level” comments, I go straight to Steve Rosenbloom.  Steve is a straight from the hip, and a “no-nonsense” writer, and He’s right on the mark once again.  The Bears should dare Rodgers to beat them, and shut-down their “smoke & mirrors” running game (see Rosenbloom’s article). Another fact... Read more »

Bears - Packers: The Tale Of The Tape...

Ok, let’s give a “brief” but concise breakdown of where these two team stand.  We will rate the teams as follows: Offense:  A draw – The Bears can run the ball against GB despite the weaknesses on their O-Line. The Packers don’t, nor have they ever had a running game to speak-of in their games... Read more »
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Moment of "Truth" For Lovie Smith...

Just over a week ago, I wrote about Jay Cutler’s moment of “truth” regrading his playoff debut against Seattle.  Well, we are now well passed that moment, which bring us to a “monumental” match-up against our “H-Rivals” The Cheese-Heads” for the NFC crown, and a trip to Super Bowl XLV. Lovie Intoduced With Jerry 2002... Read more »