Posts tagged "NFL"

Chicago Bears 2013 Offseason Game Plan

Chicago Bears 2013 Offseason Game Plan
Guest post by Joey Flaherty Spirits are high in Chicago. The Bears moved to 4-1 with a dominating 41-3 victory in Jacksonville over the weekend. As an aside, I’d like to point out that I predicted the Bears would be sitting at this exact record heading into their bye week (you can find that proof... Read more »

Cutler Well Aware Bears OL, Martz Could Get him KILLED This Season

Cutler Well Aware Bears OL, Martz Could Get him KILLED This Season
Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler has been sacked more than groceries. Actually, he’s been sacked more than David Carr in his Houston Texans days, who was sacked even more than groceries. Cutler may have the worst offensive tackles in NFL history blocking for him this week against the Green Bay Packers (4th in the league... Read more »

Fearless 2011 NFL Season Picks: Bears take NFC Wild Card?

Fearless 2011 NFL Season Picks: Bears take NFC Wild Card?
It all starts tonight with the traditional Super Bowl Champ getting the first home game on Thursday night (Green Bay Packers vs. New Orleans Saints). This time the previous, previous SB winner is the opponent. And there’s always the national block party that comes with it as America’s favorite day in sports comes  always complete... Read more »
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Rex Grossman is seriously the Washington Redskins Starting QB!

Rex Grossman is seriously the Washington Redskins Starting QB!
The “sex cannon” is once again a starter in the NFL. The Washington Redskins depth chart lists Rex Grossman as first on the depth chart for quarterback. (And people wonder why I call Daniel Snyder the worst owner in all of sports). Does that sound nuts to Chicago Bears fans? It should because Rex Grossman’s... Read more »

2011 NFL Draft 1st Round: Random Reaction

Did everyone on Twitter hate the ESPN sappy, slobbering interviews they did with NFL Draft #1 overall pick Cam Newton? Good, they should. It was a bunch of non-journalistic pablum and fawning. Yet another terrible example of how ESPN is more a marketing company these days than it is a media company. -So after the... Read more »

Packers Defense Carries them to Super Bowl 45

Similar to the Green Bay Packers and Chicago Bears ugly match-up in week 17, someone had to win the NFC Championship. After three quarters of stifling defense and a riveting fourth quarter, the Packers edged out the Bears 21-14 to become the second-ever #6 seed to make the Super Bowl. Super Bowl XLV will mark... Read more »
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Former Bear, Illini Brandon Lloyd Drops F-Bomb to ex-teams

The AFC Pro Bowl roster broke in a new member this season. It’s the Brandon Lloyd, the NFL leader in receiving yards this past season. You’re joking right? The same Brandon Lloyd who used to say what’s up to me when we’d pass each other on the quad walking to class at the University of... Read more »

Aaron Rodgers Nearly Perfect in NFC Divisional Route of #1 Seed

Can you say NFC Championship? That’s where the Green Bay Packers are heading after embarrassing the  #1-seeded Atlanta Falcons by the score of 48-21. QB Aaron Rodgers took his play to an elite status when he completed 31 of his 36 passes for 366 yards and 3 touchdowns. Rodgers ten touchdowns through his first three... Read more »

Vikings Punter Tweets About TCF Bank Playing Surface: "Trainwreck," "Concrete"

“I can only hope, however unlikely, that no one gets catastrophically injured at the trainwreck that’s about to take place tomorrow night,” that’s what Minnesota Vikings punter Chris Kluwe tweeted on his account: ChrisWarcraft tonight after the Vikings completed their walk-through at TCF Bank Stadium, the frozen home of the Minnesota Golden Gophers. Kluwe followed... Read more »
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NFC North Review: Chicago Bears Grab Early Supremacy

By Nick Grays With a dramatic 20-17 win over the Green Bay Packers, the Chicago Bears join the Kansas City Chiefs and Pittsburgh Steelers as the only 3-0 teams in the NFL. You would be hard-pressed to find anyone who predicted those three teams to have a perfect start to the season. Nonetheless, the Bears... Read more »