Narcissus Bowl Game Thread (Volume One)

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"You're so good looking, Brett. And you just have so much fun playing the game, don't you?"

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  • Ha! I love this, Jeff.

  • For me I am going with argument 1 and rooting for GB tonight because:
    1.) We will get another shot at GB, and all we have to do is win by 7 or more to tilt that scale back our way, which is totally doable.
    2.) Favre is a douchebag.
    3.) I hate the purple penis eaters so much, I couldn't root for them regardless, I used to like Jared Allen, now I think he is a no-talent-ass-clown simply because he is a Viqueen.
    4.) Favre is a douchebag.
    5.) Honestly Minnesota has a much more balanced offense and defense with more dynamice playmakers, and I see them losing less games in the long run than GB to the point that I think it will be us and Minn again at the end of the season.
    6.) Favre is a douchebag.

    So this is one of the 2 games this season that I will be a Packer fan.

  • The Bears can't lose tonight. Green Bay wins and the division is tied at 3-1 with the Bears in 2nd place. If Minnesota wins, then that knocks Green Bay to 3rd and promotes the Bears to 2nd. Either way, we come out ahead.

    I'll be rooting for Green Bay because I hate the Vikings, Brad Childress, and Brett Favre too much to root in favor of them.

  • Totally agree with #54 FTW. Except that Jared Allen has a lot of talent. I dislike the Fudge Packers, I HATE the BiQueens and especially their fans. If you read the comments on ESPN's NFC North blog, their fans are the biggest douchebag, assholes in sport. Usually every article is about the BiQueens but when the odd article is about one of the other 3 teams those douchebags take over the comments and make it all about how wonderful they are. Fuck Them! Almost every BiQueens fan I've met is exactly like those Dumb Asses. Go Bears!

  • This is hardly a "And Death is not an option " choice.

    For me, it's a no-brainer.

    A POX on Narcissus and the boatload of lies he's been spewing for over a year.

    Feel free to root for my fantasy team. Rogers, Driver and Crosby in my lineup this week.

    AND, in case you missed it: Favre IS a DOUCHEBAG!!!

  • the four letter network is really stroking Narcissus "ego" tonight

  • god I hate jared allen and his stupid rodeo celebration

  • that was worse that lovies challenges

  • How many times are they gonna show the box full of family Favre tonight? That would be a drinking game in itself.

  • damn....that's a way to strike back against a hostile environment

  • funny thing: i was listening to the LL Cool J song about football from "Wildcats".....see how many Bears players he names on it:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PVR3pQfBcn4

  • wtf?!?!?!? he's seriously celebrating after that???? smh

  • will blackmon done for the year, that was an ugly knee injury

  • favre unfortunately looks like old favre. hopefully his arm falls off by week 9

  • holy shit, look at the sad faces on those pussy vikings fans. they just ripped the balls out of adrian petersons hands and ran it back for a touchdown

  • looks like he is in pain too

  • In reply to hollywood1:

    Either that or hes making his sex face hahaha

  • In reply to JerseyBearsFan:

    laughing

  • In reply to hollywood1:

    favre is 14 of 17 with several sick fucking throws. WTF man, he is 39. i'm talking fucking cannon shots a la Cutty.

  • In reply to hollywood1:

    I loathe the Packers. The Vikings make me sick. Brett Favre has some serious personal issues. But the guy is a living legend. Some strange part of me actually appreciates what he's doing against his old team and our rivals. Imagine what Packers fans are dealing with right now. Good stuff.

    This game is actually living up to the hype, something I believed to be impossible. Hopefully this game ends with a bang so the Bears can continue to fly under the radar in one of the best divisions in football.

  • In reply to Shady:

    Shady, as much as it hurts me to do so I have to agree with you. At 39, his arm and power is still sick. I think in the eyes of most of the country (except here on this blog), Favre bought back alot of his legend with that performance tonight. In a sick way, I'm glad the Dikes (like how I did that there, don't you) won tonight. I want it to be a two-team race down the stretch, and I think with all the line issues GB has it will come down to MN and CHI for the division, with both teams making the playoffs. I'll be interested to see how Lovie stops Peterson AND Favre, though, because I'm drawing a total fuckin' blank.

  • In reply to Shady:

    Favre's played many years and I'll say this about him. Respect. That's what I've always had for him as a player and a person. Never have I hated him. He's just special. Proved it again tonight. Only QB to have beaten every team in the NFL at least once. What can you say? Hated losing to his teams and enjoyed beating him when we did. Still playing this game like a kid at 40! Hall of Fame shoe in. Nov 29th however I want him intercepted 5 times and sacked 7 times. Bear down and rest up bloggers.

  • In reply to tkfay:

    Only a player that didn't play for the same team his whole career can accomplish that. Still impressive though.

  • In reply to tkfay:

    his demeanor is one of the things im worried about the least. for years the real issues have been the failure to properly use personnel and inability to make mid game adjustments. these last four weeks i think hes figured out the half time adjustments

  • In reply to luftwaffle:

    I think Lovie got too hands-off with the defense, and it hurt them. First, Rivera could not make adjustments (remember the Super Bowl?) and Babich was no better.

    I am very happy Lovie is running the show again. Now if he can just get them ready BEFORE the game, we'll be in good shape.

  • In reply to luftwaffle:

    It seems that I am one of the few who never had a problem with Coach Smith's attitude and demeanor. I think there are two faces to Smith, one he wears in front of the media and along the sidelines on gameday and another he shares only with his players and staff in the locker room. I have never doubted his desire to win nor his ability to lead a winning football team. Over time, coaches have to tweek their style to be successful and I think Lovie has done that. Remember that blocked kick against Green Bay last year? Have you ever seen Coach Smith so excited? I'm just saying...

  • In reply to tkfay:

    if we let jared allen get 4.5 sacks, i'll kill myself.... I HATE THAT LOG CABIN LIVING, MULLET SPORTING, GENERALLY ANNOYING RODEO ASS CLOWN..... he is by far the most annoying player in the league and hopefully he somehow means an untimely end before the bears play the queens, because honestly, he's pretty fucking good despite being a big headband wearing fag

  • In reply to tkfay:

    agree that i'd rather have singletary at this point- we need a jolt in the d's ass... the offense is no longer the problem... mike could provide that w/o a doubt....

  • In reply to tkfay:

    meets, not means

  • In reply to Shady:

    Well, you can love Favre all you want Jersey. Any respect I had for him was lost when he unretired, and lost again when he re-unretired. Drink your koolaid, kiddo. Favre is a rat bastard.

  • In reply to TheGhostofHalas:

    with you on this one Ghost.

  • In reply to TheGhostofHalas:

    I don't care what anyone says about Rodgers' fantasy football stats, he's not a great quarterback. A lot of those sacks where his fault for holding the ball far too long, and not throwing it away or taking any chances.
    He plays not to lose and is afraid to take chances and play to win. While he isn't losing games for Green Bay he cannot win them either. And for that he's just a guy who puts up yards against prevent defenses. He just doesn't have that "it factor," and it's time he get's called out for it.

  • In reply to TheGhostofHalas:

    I agree Al. I think Aaron Rodgers is a very good Quarterback, and certainly a dangerous threat. But the play I have seen from him in two games is not comparable to the play I have seen from Franchise in the first four games of the season.

    Last year Rodgers' big problem was the 4th quarter. I remember like clockwork, as soon as the 4th quarter began at Soldier Field last year, Rodgers was a different man. I think you are quite correct Al. He may be afraid to take chances. He is Green Bay's life preserver...sure he keeps you afloat, but doesn't really do anything else.

  • In reply to TheGhostofHalas:

    damn. not to take anything away from Lovie (great coach), but i think we missed it with not getting Mike Singletary. I guarantee you....if we had that dude there, the defensive lapses that happened would not happen. Lovie's cool (love him to death), but he doesn't have that fire, that fervor Mike has. when you have mike on the sideline, you KNOW that he's the leader of the WHOLE team....period. if you act stupid, you'll get the vernon davis treatment....and it SHOULD be like that. sometimes in press conferences, it seems like Jay acts more like the coach than Lovie does (but maybe i'm just seeing shit).

    glad we're at 3-1....love Lovie as a coach, but I would REALLY love him if he had a little more fire to him (that we all can see). but, you can't argue with results.

  • In reply to Shady:

    Jeff - that was a priceless heading, btw...betcha can't find a vikings or packers blog with such classical garb.

  • In reply to hollywood1:

    If the Vikings win, as they appear they might, the Bears will have unshared second place in the North. As much as I despise those Helga Helmet-wearing dipshits in the frozen tundra of Al Frankenland, I have got to root for Minnesota.

  • In reply to hollywood1:

    I really like Rodgers...too bad his oline is so damn terrible...oh wait, that makes me happy!

  • In reply to hollywood1:

    that goal line stand is why i love football. best sport on the planet.

  • In reply to hollywood1:

    from alex brown:

    If vikes win then we beat them we are in first all alone. The 3 way tie looks good but not as good as it looks.

  • In reply to hollywood1:

    Damn...some big hits in this game. Winfield is a stud for such a little dude.

  • In reply to hollywood1:

    i don't care too much for jared allen, but damn that was a good play (and worth a celebration)

  • In reply to FQD1911:

    It helped that Aaron thinks he has all day to pass from his own end zone

  • In reply to FQD1911:

    sole possession of 2nd...and it feels damn good.

  • In reply to FQD1911:

    Some observations:
    1) Aaron Rodgers is going to be on crutches soon. That O-line is terrible and getting worse every game. At least against us, it was the Right Tackle that was getting torn up...against the Vikes, his blindside was basically unprotected even with Ryan Grant (allegedly) chipping Jared Allen.
    2) Al Harris was getting picked on all night. He should go with the colored facemask to hide his weepy face when he gets beat deep.
    3) I want a DVR that automatically runs a commercial when Jared Allen gets a sack so I don't have to much that mongoloid mouth-breathing hillbilly do his "trussing up my sister" sackdance.
    4) Favre thinks he is all that and a bag of chips, and since GB didn't feel it was necessary to use Aaron Kampman to pressure the QB all night, he was. That 3-4 is going to be good when they start scheming to fit the players and not teaching him to play coverage during a live, for-real, MNF game.
    5) Ryan Grant is SOFT.
    6) The Vikings got cutesy wootsy with the play calling at the end of the game (which they are wont to do with Chilly doing the head coaching) and nearly cost themselves a game where they had a 16 pt lead with 5 minutes left. Their coaching is the second largest chink in their armor.
    7) Remember, Favre looked this good last year for awhile too. His body WILL break down and his ego will not let Sage replace him during the season, regardless of what he says in the press.
    8) I hate the Vikings, their fans, that shit-heap stadium, and the non-stop Adrian Peterson commercials...almost as much as I hate Aaron Rodgers' arrogant wall-eyed @ss. Thank god that one team had to lose.

  • In reply to MikeBrownhadaPosse:

    Did that sound bitter?

  • In reply to MikeBrownhadaPosse:

    Nope, sounded right on to me.

  • In reply to MikeBrownhadaPosse:

    You sounded a little bitter on AP. I'd switch our AP for theirs in a heartbeat - that guy is the best RB the Dykes ever had going back to Chuck Freakin Foreman.

  • In reply to MikeBrownhadaPosse:

    Ghost. Remember this. Halas was a complete douche bag for fucking with Dick Butkus. Butkus bleed his guts out for Bears. Did you forget this information? Prior to the 1973 season, the linebacker signed a huge-for-the-era $575,000, five year contract, but he couldn't play to earn any of the money. In his last games, according to writer William Nack, "Butkus was like a wounded water buffalo on the Serengeti, with a flock of hyenas circling him, picking off flesh.
    So in 1974, unable to continue to play football, Butkus filed a lawsuit against the Bears, contending that the knee problems caused by the game wouldn't allow him to fulfill the terms of the contract he had signed. George Halas and the Bears vigerously defended the charges, but in 1976 the two sides settled for $600,000.
    At this time, a bitter Butkus became depressed that the Chicago hero could no longer be associated with the team and city he loved. A family friend said "It broke his heart. This was his world, and he had it yanked out from under him."
    But the rift between Butkus, Halas and the Bears eventually lessened somewhat. In 1979, upon the release of his autobiography, the legendary founder was visited by Butkus at one of his book signings. Halas signed Butkus' book "to the best football player I ever saw." Butkus would join the Bears' radio team in 1985, and in 1994 had his number 51 forever retired alongside his draftmate Gale Sayers. If I'd met Halas, I'd punched him the face for screwing with the best defensive player to ever lace up a pair cleats. Change your name Ghost. Halas and his whole family can go to hell. Asshole cheap skate piss poor owners. Worst in league. Is your name McCaskey?

  • In reply to MikeBrownhadaPosse:

    I can't find the remote and the ESPN idiots won't stop giving Brett a blowjob. I think I'm going to unplug my television.

  • if i were hot rod, i'd circle that right there. hold up the RB and let peanut/briggs/pisa/hillenmeyer/wale rip that rock outta there. AT ALL TIMES!!!! good stuff pack.

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