Audibles From the Long Snapper

Audibles From the Long Snapper

BEARS SHOULD PAY FORTE NOW
What better way for the organization to show loyalty to a very talented running back than to sign him to an extension a few day after he suffers an injury that may cost him the regular season. Jerry Angelo actually has the opportunity to cease being the heel of the "Pay Forte" wrestling match and come out like a decent, compassionate man. We've all seen how little JA cares about PR but someone must be whispering this in his ear, right?

HOW LONG WILL CALEB'S LEASH BE?
I can't imagine Denver will be able to score many points offensively so if Caleb Hanie continues to fail at every level, how long will Lovie Smith let that continue? I don't care if the backup is Enderle or McCown, therd is no way Hanie sees the second half if the Bears aren't moving the ball on defense that allowed Christian Ponder to throw for 400 yards last week.

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The playoff bracket with fully explained rules will ne published Friday with the Weekend Show. Tobijohn and NewBearInTown will have first round byes. The other competitors: FQD1911, SCDave, BigDaddy, BossBear90, Shady, Mike V in OR, Enderwiggin and Michael L.

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  • First to say "Playoffs?!!?!?!?!? Don't talk about...playoffs!??!?! You kiddking me? PLAYOFFS!??!?!? I just hope we win another game." in this thread.

  • In reply to FQD1911:

    Or .... "Loyalty?!!?!!? LOYALTY!??!?!?"

    This is the NFL. All about the Benjamins.

    If Angela signs Forte in his current condition I'll saute my one-eyed jap and serve it up with a sauce Bernaise.

  • While you're absolutely right that it would make Jerry look like less the cold hard businessman, I imagine Irish would post some pretty insane odds against Forte getting an extension.

  • I think the winner from the previous year should automatically get placed into the following years picks contest playoffs.

    JA paid Earl after he went down with an injury, why not Forte? I still think Forte's asking price is too high...

    Caleb's leash should be thislong.

  • In reply to Viva:

    That may be true, Viva, but there was no chance Earl was going to be franchised. I just don't see them giving any love to Forte other than the 7.7 mil guaranteed franchise tag next year.

  • In reply to Doc Nitty 34:

    that is a parody... those chicks are WAY to homely to be in a pageant.

    The intelligence level is about on par I would imagine though.

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    Clearly, but, not to far from believable.

  • In reply to Doc Nitty 34:

    HOLY SHIT!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Math is a theory?
    We are not in Russia.
    seven years old should have a choice.

    hahahahaahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha.

    I JUST PISSED ALL OVER MYSELF.

  • In reply to lobotobear:

    In fear of the future?

  • In reply to Doc Nitty 34:

    matt forte knows math

  • In reply to huntinbare:

    He's the NEW Bo.

    And no. No he doesn't.

  • BEARS SHOULD PAY FORTE NOW

    Glitchy-not to pay........"It's just Good Business"

    HOW LONG WILL CALEB'S LEASH BE?

    LDL-"Caleb is out Quarterback"- it means SexyRexy 2.0

    come on guys stop drinking the kool-aide.. we've been at this dance before. Think of it this way:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RV-p51fvYLc

    and btw MB this might be you with your love for bacon...hahahahahaha bacon for breakfast, bacon sandwich for lunch and then another bacon dinner! extreme baby extreme.

  • In reply to lobotobear:

    found it for you MB-

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=endscreen&NR=1&v=qM2cVaTT1Jk

  • In reply to lobotobear:

    a better scene:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EdbZEXfPwmg&feature=related

  • In reply to lobotobear:

    very nice. thanks lobo. That's going to be me in what, 60 years

  • "I'll put Kyle Orton up there. I know we had a good defense back in 2005 but he didn't throw games away, and he was a rook. Hanie's been in the system as long as Cutler with nothing else to do but read a playbook."

    Now let's back the fuck up here.

    Just for one second.

    Caleb's stunk the joint up. Yes.
    But this revision history about how great Kyle was, stepping in as a rookie...uh, roll the tape, guys.
    Kyle Orton - 2005:
    9 TDs, 13 picks...and just under 125 YPG passing with 24 attempts PG...with a 51% completion rate.
    That 2005 defense wasn't a good one, it was a Phenomenal (yeah, it deserves a capital P) one that was anchored down by a generally incompetent offense.

  • In reply to MikeBrownhadaPosse:

    I'm not sure how a QB that produced something like 8 games that year, half the season, with two or more turnovers did not cost the Bears games.

  • In reply to MikeBrownhadaPosse:

    No one said 'great' in relation to Kyle, but I'd say he did pretty okay for a virgin rook thrown in at the deep end. Yes we had a great D, but that wasn't a huge amount of picks thrown compared to what Caleb would likely throw over the same span. Regardless, Caleb won't be much use to us unless we do something akin to what the Broncos did with Tebow - call the plays according to his strengths i.e. mobility and ...uh ...

  • "Tebow has five fourth-quarter comebacks to win games in his first 10 starts. That ties him with Marc Wilson and Scott Brunner for best in NFL history since 1970." - Dan Pompei

    Marc Wilson & Scott Brunner.

    Names that just scream "NFL GREATNESS".

  • In reply to Albertintucson:

    hee hee

  • In reply to Albertintucson:

    Al..+1

  • I don't know if jerry will pull the trigger now. He might just franchise his ass and see how things pan out. I mean, $8M guaranteed ain't chickenfeed.

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    MB..as I posted earlier.."It's just good business" ...... f-ing Glitchy

    agree w/ $8M but what was the number the Bears offered before and Double Deuce rejected..I forgot.

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    Isn't that his second MCL injury? I'd have a really long think and a look-see about even offering him chickenfeed.

  • here's another one for you Doc... now all you need is a motorcycle: http://uncrate.com/stuff/storm-trooper-motorcycle-suit/

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    Doc...If your a good boy you'll get that but my gut say's your future holds a bag of coal instead...lol

  • In reply to lobotobear:

    more like a poopie die-p

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    Oh shit, I forgot about those. All this time I've been more focused on the lack of sleep, loudness of crying, and general malaise. I'm serious when I tell you, shitty diapers had not even crossed my mind yet.

    Oh God, what have I done.

  • In reply to Doc Nitty 34:

    meh, those really never bugged me. The sleep was my main thing. oh yeah.... no sleep, poopie diapies, no sleep oh and no sleep.

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    My thoughts will be with Fresnuts. Picture that 'no sleep' shit in stereo. Double set of child chaos kicking off as dawn approaches. Ah yes ....

  • http://www.chicagotribune.com/sports/football/bears/ct-spt-1207-forte-bears-chicago--20111207,0,6210743.story

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    Hey Martzy..great bringing Speath...how's it feel to sabotage a team you mo#@#$@!#$#!@$#!@$#!@$cker!

  • In reply to lobotobear:

    yes. I know he may of not been the on to make the final choice..but this has all the making of Martzy's hand on it because of his great system.....

  • In reply to lobotobear:

    lobo, you're killing it today.

    I actually like spaeth, one missed block does not make the TE. I watched that play over and the LB like sprang from the ground... it was a REALLY athletic play.

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    I agree on the one play thing, but I haven't been impressed by either of the TE's and I guess I'm just pissy because this O has under achieved except for

    Cutty
    Double Deuce
    and a little of Clutts & The Barbarian

    this system just seems not to work to our strengths

  • In reply to lobotobear:

    We were scoring thirty points a game before he went down Lobo. As maligned as Martz is on here, we were doing a lot better than okay. I'm positive we could have given GB a real game of it - their defense sucks.

  • REPOST

    Are you ready for some banter boys?

    Is it a game?
    Is it a business?
    Is it a shell game?
    Is it a religion?
    Is it therapy?
    Is it a mirage?

    To me, I think football is a little bit of all of the above. I think there are quite a few different aspects of football that impact my life as a fan. One thing's for sure, I can't help but notice the hyperbole or the exaggerated impact it has on my life. If I were to categorize what football means to me, I guess the words I would use to best describe it's value to me would be, "football is an escape from the daily grind". It's an opportunity to transcend our dreams, aspirations, passions and emotions into a sport for the better part of the year.

    What does our sport mean to you?

  • In reply to TracDaddy:

    All the above in my book. Trac

  • In reply to TracDaddy:

    Football to me was initally a mystery (Got into the game in strange circumstances).

    Now, it's my favourite sport. It gets me away from all the Sectarianism and hate in 'normal' football [soccer] (government got involved, although i think they only did that cause it was near election time). Players can take a hit without rolling around as if they've been shot. Every game is a chess match-one tactic will not win you the game. Replays. Stadiums. Analysts. Everything about the NFL dwarfs what I like about soccer.

    And for that I am thankful.

  • In reply to TracDaddy:

    For me it's like a gambling addiction, but the nest-egg* is never at stake. I'm betting happiness, or something. All my happiness on the Bears to win, please. Thanks.

    *Great scene from "Lost In America," where Albert Brooks' wife loses their life savings (Brooks' character calls it 'the nest-egg') at the roulette wheel.

    "C'mon 22, 22. Come on back to me 22, 22.... Shit! 12"
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d7JNUH7P2Aw

  • In reply to TracDaddy:

    A pain in my left nut Trac, every single year. Every season starts off with me feeling like a fourteen year old boy in the first flushes of love ... only to end the season like a grizzled old bastard with blueballs.

  • In reply to IrishSweetness:

    Very apt analogy, Irish. Well done.

  • I read an article about Forte on PFT this morning which begs the question, "hows Matty gonna play this"?

    Should Forte accept Jerra's offer or should he hold out for his original counter offer? Hold out you say? Yep, that's what he's gonna do if he doesn't budge off his numbers. How do you guys feel about him holding out? I strongly suspect that's gonna be what he does. I don't like it. I think he's gonna regret it if he does.

  • In reply to TracDaddy:

    Forte can't hold out.

    I mean, Forte could, but under this new CBA deal, he would get fined an insane amount of money every week, which would pretty much leave him with no paycheck.

    Also, and maybe a CBA expert can look this up, but I think if a franchised player holds out, then that franchise tag doesn't count that year for him. That means that if Forte is franchised, then he holds out, that he can be franchised in 2013 AND 2014, so that by the time he hits the open market, he'd be closer to 30 than to 20, thus greatly depreciating his value.

    As all the experts keep refraining.

    FORTE HAS NO LEVERAGE.

    Or in the infamous words of George Castanza, he's got no hand.

    The Bears have made a philosophical stand on HBs which maybe the future stand for many teams.

    Don't tie up too much money on HBs. There's always a Foster, Murray or Helu in every draft.

    It's a harsh reality for HBs, but that's just the way the NFL has made it with all these pass happy rules and pussy football.

  • In reply to 4ever85:

    I got so much hand, I'm coming out of my gloves!

  • In reply to 4ever85:

    Unfortunately we have a GM who :

    1) With James Starks on the top of his draft board, drafts Dan Lefevour.

    2) With Mikel Leshoure dropping to 53, drafts the latest Youtube D-lineman sensation instead.

  • If it's a religion then I think we may need a blood sacrafice. Look how well the Niners are doing this year after their multiple preseason attempted murders.

  • I think we get 13 pick and we get Michael floyd a good target for Cutler next year we got a sloid offensive line it would be rather folly to get a defensive player when we have a great defense, Earl Bennett and Floyd would be a good combo agianst opposing defenses.

  • In reply to Sean:

    We need someone to take the pressure off Peppers.

    Sad when three guys are blocking you.

  • In reply to Sean:

    you get a #1 WR in FA, not take a shot in the draft... especially when jerry fucking angelo is your GM.

    You hope you get a gift from tebus a la the Bearjew. A no-brainer olinemen... or in our case a franchise Free Safety is one's available. Anything else is a wasted pick. We need:

    RD 1 - One more inside olinemen (or that FS).
    RD 2 - FS unless we took him in RD 1, then the interior olinemen
    RD 3 - DB (i would prefer a big corner)/DE/ILB, get the best value at the spot out of those three positions
    RD 3 - Do we have two 3's this year?!?! (holy shit!)
    RD 4 - DB/DE/ILB - next best value out of the two positions left
    RD 5 - DB/DE/ILB - next best value at the position left (or if we did have 2 threes... take another outside olinemen here)
    RD 6 - DB - Another corner
    RD 7 - whatever.

    FA:
    * Another Olinemen... the best value at the spot tice thinks needs more depth
    * Our big #1 WR - I imagine there'll be a couple available again. Get a known entity and a track record. Still love me some anquan or BM here, but not sure either would be open, and I KNOW the ravens won’t work with that fucknut jerry
    * An OLB for depth assuming we’re able to keep comicbooks somehow
    * A TRUE back up QB (we need a Kolb or Orton) and more Safety depth if there’s one available

    My $.02. We pick up a rd 1 or 2 olineman plus another in FA and I think we will actually start to see some depth on the oline. Get a known entity at FS and maybe a diamond in the rough at corner, then get some depth in the LB position and we could be a force again next year given decent injury luck.

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    oh and I meant to add, "Get a known entity or a top 2 rounder at FS..."

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    I am sure I remember some where reading that Jerry will not draft a wideout in the first round.

    He doesn't believe in it.

  • In reply to Artoo:

    amazing... he and I agree on something Erik.

    Here's something for you lad: https://lh4.googleusercontent.com/-kKrOCy0tQYk/Tt2DRdKZSFI/AAAAAAAAAl0/PLUII0XoOLQ/s300/tim-tebow-armband.gif

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    you are one sick son of a bitch............ LOL!!!!!!!

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    You know, I still do not get how his team is winning games.

    I mean, the defense has stepped up a lot but not that much.

    Still love the songs they come up with him!

  • In reply to Artoo:

    their D is pretty solid actually. BDawkins is ageless like ray ray... dude is a stud, and their front 5-6 brings the heat. They also have a solid run game. their backs are damn good, and any time you have a QB who can run you're going to beat some teams up.

    Oh yeah, and the 5 teams they've beaten have all sucked dogballs (either chronically or situationally ((raiders))). So there's that. If they played us with before-San Diego personnel we would destroy them by 2-3 TDs... now... I just hope we squeak one out with second lions game-like efforts on D and specials.

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    The only problem is, since Tebow doesn't throw it all that much, there's little chance for sacks, strip sacks, or ints.

    Tebow and McGahee don't fumble, so where will our Ds take aways come from?

    Their Punter can neutralize Hester - major hang time.

    Not sure about their kicker, but most every NFL kicker booms it out of the endzone these days, or kicks it short, away from Hester, so now that's gonna be neutralized.

    So everyone dreaming about our D and Sp teams winning this game is dreaming. Possible, but not likely.

    Our O will simply have to find a way to score 17 points. End of story.

    And Our D will just have to play old school hard nosed fundamental football and not be worn out by 3 quarters worth of pounding by McGahee, Ball, Tebow in that mile high stratosphere.

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    The Jones guy from Atlanta may end up being worth a first round pick. maybe

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    MB...come on bra...."Glitchy" will fuck the first two rounds as he shown in the past...he'll go D before O

  • In reply to lobotobear:

    I thought picking up Mr. Carimi was a good one. I still think Paea gets beat up a lot.

    I am hoping injuries make it to where we sign back players cheaply, so we can get a Finley.

    Hell, we know Martz will be gone and Finley would be awesome.

  • In reply to Artoo:

    Artoo..problem is he's gone for the year and we have no depth..so putting one out of the park for a score (one first rounder The BearJew) is great but the other teams scores and keep hitting hits and has more on the board than us. I know it's a baseball analogy but it makes sense in my tiny brain. We have no depth..look at our o-line...Tice is taking a sheite line and putting some of it together. But could you imagine if we had better quality players for this line?

  • In reply to lobotobear:

    The only player that you could say that is not performing great is Webb. Williams, Carimi, Louis, and Garza are playing great.

    Since we lost Williams, this line has been totally different.

  • In reply to Artoo:

    you just proved my point...Williams and Carimi out and you've seen the aftermath..we have no depth...Omlette, Spencer, the other Williams, Henry this is our depth?...Tice has to have nightmares of this clusterfuck line....... it's a revolving door.....

  • In reply to lobotobear:

    I see that. Spencer was a good pick up but other Williams and Omlette are sad.

  • In reply to lobotobear:

    Honestly, lobo, how many teams actually HAVE the depth you so ardently claim the Bears should possess?

  • In reply to lobotobear:

    gotta back up lobo here dave. The ONE place you need depth in this new NFL is oline. IF you have guys like Jay and Matt all we need to continue scoring 30+ points a game is depth at oline and maybe one just one real WR over 6'.

    We're actually, finally close to some oline depth... we just need one more high rounder and a really good FA pick up to get there.

  • In reply to Artoo:

    I never got how people expected a POS like Webb to magically improve when he got switched to

    Carimi = LT
    Louis = RT
    Webb = bench material.

    Here endeth rocketry lesson.

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    Draftwise? We need a center and a MLB, and both need to be first round picks most likely. Now it appears we also need a 1st round DE. Again, there are no easy quick-fixes when Angela has been pissing our picks away these last ten years.

    We're most likely done this year, then we've got maybe next year as the last useful one for the aging Pep/Urlacher/Briggs/Garza/Peanut, and then this team is done for the next 25 years. You can't have a GM failing that badly for ten years and expect anything good. Angela has just been saying it's too late to bring in another QB. You're right there Angie, that was about two years ago.

    http://www.chicagotribune.com/sports/football/bears/chi-angelo-not-enough-time-to-bring-in-another-qb-20111207,0,6466570.story

  • In reply to Sean:

    i think when wooten is healthy he will pay dividends
    he needs 2 good knees though
    surgery weakened him to the point of no return

  • solid thats what I meant.

  • did anyone see this or post this yet

    soon to be comeback Mac:
    http://www.suntimes.com/sports/9290679-419/forget-brett-favre-jim-mcmahon-is-back.html

  • In reply to lobotobear:

    p.s. I would love to see this from the article

    Imagine Mad Mac smoking a cigar through his facemask, giving the finger to the Skycam.

  • In reply to lobotobear:

    Best. Quarterback. Ever. (after Joe Cool)

    But there's an interesting point raised. Mentoring. Cutler's never had one. Mac mentored Favre and Steve Young. Favre mentored Rodgers. Yong learned the game of football from Mac. A-Rodge from Favre. Cutty's learning it from ... Fatboy - who never even played the position?

  • it Pay$ to be a college football player: http://www.chatsports.com/michigan-wolverines/a/2011s-Best-Bowl-Swag-When-A-Scholarship-and-Unlimited-CoEds-Arent-Enough-10-2-1502

  • I don't want to be too presumptuous guys, but christmachuanulkakawanzafestivus IS just around the corner: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lM8kEHjQz9U

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    MB...............sheite..that is "F"ing insane

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    Ok at first I was like..so..then it gets cooler.

    Btw, does anyone think that looks like machine is from Mario?

  • In reply to Artoo:

    ???

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0WPteMFkI2k&feature=related

    if you even type in what I said, you will figure it out.

  • In reply to Artoo:

    yeah looks a little similar, but how can that realistically able to get Mario's large cranium able to float...hahahahahahahaha

    damn non-reality video games-

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    MB..getting coal this year in my stocking...lol

  • In reply to lobotobear:

    yummy

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    great toy saw it quite a while ago before market
    didn't know it would ever show up
    can't wait for the version with jaws in it

  • Is everyone out Xmas shopping ?

  • In reply to Artoo:

    Shopping? Maybe, but personally I'm still bummed about the injury trend and the toll it's taken on what was a shaping up to be a very promising stretch run. I'm also really STUNNED by Haney's precipitous regression against KC after he had rallied so nicely in the the 2nd half against Oakland.

  • In reply to Albertintucson:

    Al.......agree that's why I'm getting the feeling we get coal in our stockings rather than a punched ticket to the dance.

  • In reply to Albertintucson:

    I mean, I admit, he did horrible but he had two tds if people use their head? Because I know Williams has no hands now.

  • In reply to Albertintucson:

    Hanie did regress in the Chiefs game, but I wonder if we'd be talking about it so much if Barber hadn't committed a stupid penalty to get a TD called back or if Roy Williams had caught that ball for a second score.

    I just don't think you can describe last Sunday's performance as anything but puzzling. That was not a Chiefs win - that was a Bears loss in every fashion. The Bears gave the game away. Period. Mental errors all over the place. Forte gets injured. When Hanie wasn't screwing up, everyone else was. And to top it all off we lose on a half-time Hail Mary. Nothing in that game went right, but for a few defensive plays.

    I can't wait for Denver. Our new stretch run begins at Mile High.

  • In reply to WeShallReturn:

    well put mang

  • In reply to WeShallReturn:

    The concept of "If my Aunty had balls she'd be my uncle.." keeps cropping up. We lost. The Chiefs won it. Color it anyway you want. We put up three points on KC. It was a Bears' loss ... to the Kansas City Chiefs. Not the Cassell Chiefs, the Tyler Palko chiefs. The guy that got dumped in the middle of the very same game but had to go back in. Denver have a fairly stout defense - is Miller back for this one? They also happen to have the hottest QB in football who just wins as a habit and never feels beaten. Take this next statement to the bank and ask for some gold in return.

    Denver will beat us.

  • In reply to IrishSweetness:

    sigh

  • In reply to WeShallReturn:

    "That was not a Chiefs win - that was a Bears loss in every fashion."

    All amounting to the same thing. A loss. Denver are way better on offense and defense than KC, and we'll have the crowd nosie to contend with. Lovie's been practicing for the read-option all week, but they only ran it three times against the vikes.

  • In reply to Albertintucson:

    Rex Hanie....

  • In reply to Albertintucson:

    albert
    the kid needs positives
    they will come
    and the story will change

    hanie can get on a roll
    just like any other athlete
    the problem
    those around him
    who had multiple games under there belts
    shoulda been mistake free

    we would be posting a different attitude
    frankly
    I was suprised the way this team responded to cutler's fall
    they caved in
    around hanie
    and he fell with them

    but, this weekend he will rise
    with their tide

  • Has anyone played Madden 12? I was playing it the other day, taking my hate out on the chiefs, and I had to mute the game because of the slurry of sheite coming out of Collinsworth mouth. I know it's bad in real life but this took the biscuit.

  • In reply to DYLbear23:

    C.C. is an ass-clown and is even larger in M12...why we can't get more Madden in his own game, or have Joniak now that would be sweet..if they could have the actual announcer's for each individual team...I would even pay $$$ extra instead of listening to them butcher the sheite out Robbie's last name....

  • In reply to lobotobear:

    Glad I'm not the only one getting it then. That would be fantastic, I remember EA did it before with one if the fifa games, they let you download commentary in other languages (I loved spanish).

    Some lowlights I found include:

    1) mispronouncing 'Bowman' 'Kiwanuka' and like you said, 'Gould'

    2) Calling Aaron Rodgers a 'rookie' and lambasting him for a poor throw

    3) Calling Jay a running back

    4) Saying a QB was wrong for tucking and running when he threw it on a rollout.

    Madness. The other guy ALWAYS introducing Urlacher whenever the D came out was infuriating. Absolute knobbers.

  • In reply to DYLbear23:

    Yeah, the announcing in Madden 12 is horrendous. Still saying the same shit from Madden 10.

    Also, every linebacker plays like Revis.

    Try lobbing a pass over a LBs head or zipping inbetween their zones, I dare you.

    Also, I LOVE franchise, that's usually what I play, but the "progressions" are a bit mysterious. I like that the Speed and Strength stay the same, but as always, every other aspect is lacking.

    Why would anyone allow their DE or even DT progress as a DE/DT, when you can progress a player as a OLB and get some extra progressions like zone coverage?

  • In reply to 4ever85:

    Why not use mute, just like you do for the real games? Oh wait, you DON'T?!?

  • In reply to SC Dave:

    Exactly. Back when I played video games, I always listened to tunes instead of the shit that comes on the game. Whatever game.

  • In reply to Doc Nitty 34:

    oh, I do.

    But I listened to a few games to hear if they actually improved the announcing, and I couldn't believe that they were using pretty much the same lines from previous years.

    Madden is exhibit A why monopolies are illegal in every free society.

  • In reply to 4ever85:

    Maybe EA couldnt stand the doucheyness that is CC to bring him in for new lines and so they recycle the same ones?

    "Tell your line to protect on this play...tell your line to protect on every play, not just this one".

    Unrivalled insight.

  • In reply to 4ever85:

    Oh yeah the LB's are insane. Worst thing for me is when you have a guy streaking (say hester) safety and slow ass CB just jogs along merrily beside him and intercept it just by jumping up, backturned from the QB.

    I love franchise mode as well, think the AI in my game might be a bit retarded as the Giants ALWAYS have Pierre-Paul on the trading block. Pick him up at all costs, he reaches 96 overall I think.

    My fave part of franchise mode is cut days. Nothing like a good belly laugh that you get when Omlette tells you 'trust me coach, I've got 90 potential'. heeheehee.

  • Jeff- I think you forgot about me in the picks playoffs. I have three perfect weeks.

  • In reply to Ufficio:

    FOUL

  • In reply to huntinbare:

    THROW THE FLAG
    to the replay booth blogfather

  • Hey Artoo..this is why this bitch don't get it...

    Hey Glitchy..the shit is on your shoes and your walking through the house with it, you dumb F$@!#$%@!#$K!

    http://www.chicagobears.com/news/NewsStory.asp?story_id=8439

    MORON!!!!

  • another note:

    http://espn.go.com/chicago/nfl/story/_/id/7327631/chicago-bears-jay-cutler-hopes-begin-throwing-soon

  • In reply to lobotobear:

    interesting how they had him holding the ball
    when they set the screws
    frankenstinian

  • http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2011/football/ncaa/12/07/penn-state-jerry-sandusky.ap/index.html?sct=hp_t2_a3&eref=sihp

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    "Sandusky wore blue sweat pants and a gray sweat shirt to the hearing."

    Well at least he stayed with the school colors!? he propbably wore tighty white's under his sweat pants

  • In reply to lobotobear:

    actually
    he had a
    chasity belt under there

  • In reply to huntinbare:

    or chastity
    i never used one
    so i am a little confused on the
    spelling
    plus
    I'm a dummy

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    when this shit first came out this caller on the score called Boers and Bernstein and sounded like a nut. He was talking conspiracy theories, coverups going all the way to the top, etc.

    Well it turns out this is shaping up to be everything and even more. Decades of calculated rape. Foster children and grandchildren raped...Creating a fucking rape farm...Schoolwide coverup...Governmental involvement...Paid off judges...Dead attorneys...holy fucking shit. Someone fucking kill this clown right now. The worst part is that this guy is allowed to sit there and spit in the face of every boy he ever raped by denying hundreds of allegations from dozens of boys courageous to enough to come forward. Can the prosecution even get a fair shot at this guy in PA?

    Can they get a judge to rule the case that hasn't been some sort of beneficiary of The Second Mile? Jury tampering is almost guaranteed. This is like a fucking Grisham novel.

  • In reply to Waffle 2.0:

    the craziest thing was that DA who got knocked off... just dissapeared, laptop found in the river without a hard drive.

    Holy fucking shit... hollywood stuff maing. scary.

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    The whole District Attorney thing was initially one of the bigger red flags/mind blowers when this thing came out.

    However........He didn't disappear until 3 years after he "closed" the investigation. Also, his position on the matter is incongruent to the idea that he was whacked as part of the cover-up. The DA could have easily prosecuted Sandusky or at the very least continued the pursuit.....yet he dismissed it instead. If anything, it seems on the surface that he was part of the cover-up. The only plausible scenario in which he would such a target would be if he was initially bought off but then had a change of heart and was a threat to come forward and revisit the case.

  • In reply to thebigcheese:

    the first thing to understand about the american justice system
    it is bought and paid for
    http://motherjones.com/politics/2003/11/making-corporate-judiciary

  • In reply to huntinbare:

    I'm not right nor left, and I while I don't share your cynicism for the "american justice system", I'm not going to deny that it's not subject to corruption. However, please don't reference a Mother Jones opinion piece when trying to support that grave accusation. It's redundant (even if it were truthful).

  • In reply to thebigcheese:

    not going to deny that it is subject*

  • In reply to thebigcheese:

    yeah, you're right cheese. it's probably just a monumental coincidence. I'm sure there was no pressure on him to let the case die by now Governor Corbett and the AG Office. Funny that Corbett received large campaign donations from Second Mile for his run for Gov.

    Where there is smoke there is fire and where there is fire there is some dude throwing evidence into that fire.

  • In reply to Waffle 2.0:

    If you subscribe to the theory that law enforcement and the judicial system was caught up in the cover up, then why would anyone take out the District Attorney? Why would they whack someone who they'd already bought? Conventional wisdom would assume that they would take out anyone who showed resistance. The District Attorney already proved he wasn't gonna stand up to Sandusky

  • In reply to thebigcheese:

    i don't know if i even subscribe to the theory but i do find it interesting that when they found the hard drive it was too damaged to recover info. Upon checking his home computer they found searches on how to destroy hard drives.
    This goes deep. We will find out more when people start talking and flipping on each other deeper into the investigation.
    Too many connections and coincidences.

  • In reply to thebigcheese:

    that fuck was so dirty that some one sent him to sleep with the fish for reasons unrelated to Sandusky.

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    I don't even think Grisham would be able to come up with the level of the conspiracy in this novel without sounding like a horse's ass. But it literally reaches all the way to the State House.

  • In reply to MikeBrownhadaPosse:

    Happy Valley indeed.

  • In reply to gpldan:

    http://usnews.msnbc.msn.com/_news/2011/12/07/9279239-alleged-victim-says-cries-for-help-from-sandusky-basement-went-unheeded

    Then on top of it his piece of shit wife let it happen for years. Unless you live in a fucking castle or in 50 Cent's house you can hear screaming from the basement. Also, she knew what he was doing when he went down to the basement with dozens of boys for years and years. This is lunacy. Why is she not charged yet? Scare the fuck out of her and make her flip on her husband. Bitch would probably go down with the ship after living the lie for 20 or 30 years. fuck.

  • In reply to Waffle 2.0:

    This is PA, home of the Cash for Kids scandal. The Judiciary here has a very poor record of protecting children:

    http://www.pennlive.com/midstate/index.ssf/2011/02/mom_blames_luzerne_county_judg.html

  • In reply to Waffle 2.0:

    sadly
    this is
    probrably just
    a tip of
    the iceburg

    society
    in high places
    has been involved
    in similar schemes
    for
    a long time
    and the titanic
    of sexual abuse
    of children
    continues
    on its
    destructive course

  • moment of silence: http://www.aoltv.com/2011/12/07/harry-morgan-mash-dead/

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NpIgQTeAD9c

  • In reply to lobotobear:

    and a lighter side:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4jeSc7MOlus&feature=related

  • No #3

    Is relevant to this thread:

    http://espn.go.com/blog/chicago/bears/

  • In reply to lobotobear:

    Hate to tell you this lobo but Forte said he's not playing until he's 100% healthy. That's code for "I'm not playing until I get my extension".

  • In reply to TracDaddy:

    trac...oh I agree 100%...I just thought it was interesting that all have the hope that he will be back....I think on Christmas and no Cutty and no Double Duece will show us that

    COAL HAS BEEN PUT IN OUR STOCKINGS!!!

  • In reply to lobotobear:

    Funny- I said after the poor performance in Oakland that Forte would be getting an "injury" very soon. Lets just hope this D can scare some offense into this offense.

  • What's with the scarequotes? You think Forte isn't really injured?

  • In reply to M Onan Batterload:

    If the Bears lose the next 2 games, why SHOULD Forte come back and risk a total MCL tear?

    This inj is a great out for him.

    Pretty much a way to hold out without being accused of being selfish or greedy.

    Then again, if Forte does sit out, Jerry could just say, "See, this is why I don't want to throw money at RBs..."

  • In reply to 4ever85:

    Understood, but the injury is real. Sac's comment suggests that he thinks it isn't, not that Forte is milking it. That's how I read the comment, anyway. It's like someone saying of a co-worker who calls-in sick, "I knew he would be "sick" today; it's first day of trout season."

  • In reply to M Onan Batterload:

    well, in all fairness that's a pretty big coninkidink.

    and stats say that 89% of sick days are used for non-sick related activities 50% of the time

  • In reply to M Onan Batterload:

    I dont doubt that he got a boo boo... but does it rise to thelevel which would require him to miss multiple games? Only Matt really knows but I suspect not.

  • In reply to M Onan Batterload:

    Sac, i've never really seen eye to with you on all social/political issues but you always seemed to be pretty dead on when it came to your thoughts on football so i have to ask:

    what the fuck happened to you? Your football credibility is fucking slipping bro. First you talk like a little highschool girl about being hurt in the past by your mean ex-qb boyfriends and you transfer that disgust onto the guy who comes in and does exactly what we've always wanted our qb's to do. Now this Forte shit?
    A boo boo? Is Forte a pussy now because he hurt his knee? Can't make it through a season so he must be a POS just like that crappy quitter Jay Cutler who sat out the 2nd half of the NFC Championship game when he only had a partial tear of his knee ligament.
    I love how guys who never played college or pro football with the injuries that these guys try to play through sit there and talk shit.
    You think Forte is faking the injury? you obviously do or else you wouldn't have called it a boo boo in such a sarcastic fashion. jesus christ you are slipping Sac.

  • In reply to TracDaddy:

    A guy who was holding out for the extension wouldn't be going and getting the PRP injection.

  • In reply to MikeBrownhadaPosse:

    Yeah, that's the same injection that Bennett got, and he said it did help.

    I think it all depends on these next two games.

    If we even win one of them, Forte and even Cutler might be back by the end of season.

    If not, I think they just sit.

    With Forte, however, the argument can be made that he wants to get back on the field to prove that he's durable and thus worth the money he's demanding.

  • In reply to 4ever85:

    so far
    every move by forte
    this season has been to strengthen
    his team
    if he was going
    to "mail" it in
    (see how I did that doc)
    (that's the karl talkin')
    he would have laid down
    much earlier

    he was right at the top in rushing
    if anyone thinks that
    a rushing title
    was not important to him
    you gotta be
    a whack job

    He is coming back
    he managed a whole season
    with this type of injury

    he won't be the matt
    of week 1
    but
    he will be warrior matt
    who will "deliver"
    (see that one doc)
    the goods
    in the post season

    we are winning
    the next 4 games
    get positive
    or get on
    the practice squad

  • Blago got 14 years. Tuff pill to swallow.

  • In reply to TracDaddy:

    Blago should do time but when rapists, serial pedophiles/abusers and some murderers do way less time I think this may be a bit harsh.

  • In reply to Waffle 2.0:

    I can't believe I feel bad for Blago...

  • In reply to Waffle 2.0:

    see my above response
    to our legal process
    read it
    and get
    the facts straight
    about corruption

  • In reply to huntinbare:

    i agree that we have to throw the book at these scumbags but i just think the whole system is a little fucked if we give rapists, killers, molesters, etc less time than Blago.

    If Blago gets 14 shouldn't rapists and killers etc get a lot more?

  • In reply to Waffle 2.0:

    with you 100% on this johnny

  • In reply to TracDaddy:

    Now he can do the Jailhouse rock for the next decade...

  • In reply to 4ever85:

    live feed
    he already has
    a reality spot
    lined up from
    cell block 14

  • What a knob:
    http://www.chicagobears.com/playoffpicture.asp

  • In reply to lobotobear:

    informative but he's still a knob...hahahahaha

  • Avatar check.

  • In reply to Who is Willie Gault:

    Damn.

  • In reply to Who is Willie Gault:

    Did you get that avatar from "New Jack City"? lol

  • In reply to Who is Willie Gault:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=95SYdjRVCR0

  • In reply to Who is Willie Gault:

    looks like me... except, you know... without the blackness... and I don't have any medals. That is a medal right?

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    Two medals:

    http://cleanse-diet-health-wealth.com/2011/10/31/advice-on-health-diet-and-fitness/

    One for each man boob.

  • In reply to M Onan Batterload:

    wow, impressive.

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    I didn't know willie got medals man!

    supposedly he still runs a 4.4 at like 50.

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    Dude, Willie Gault is a pimp.

    Is that a RECENT picture of him with two medals?

    If so, we need to map his DNA cuz he holds the secret for eternal youth.

  • In reply to 4ever85:

    Don't think so. But here he is on May 19, 2011, at age 50, racing WGN's Pat Tomasulo in the 200m parking lot:

    http://www.wgntv.com/videobeta/d3cd449f-d254-4234-a70f-2b036def93bc/News/Pat-challenges-former-Bear-to-foot-race

  • In reply to M Onan Batterload:

    ha ha

    Willie should have run backwards to give the reporter a chance.

  • In reply to M Onan Batterload:

    damn... dude is ageless. fucking ageless.

  • In reply to Who is Willie Gault:

    MC Hammer. Cool.

  • In reply to Who is Willie Gault:

    whart ya got coverin'
    the middle third
    on that photo

  • Later Trade Deadline?

    I'm all for a week 10 as opposed to week 7 deadline.

    http://www.profootballweekly.com/2011/12/05/later-trade-deadline-would-benefit-nfl

  • From CBS news...

    "(CBS) Bears offensive coordinator Mike Martz said Wednesday he intends to return to the Bears next season and is not happy with the reports that indicated he did not want to return to the team in 2012.

    “I’m bothered by that,” he said. “Obviously, I plan on being back here and want to be here.”

    Of course it’s possible the team won’t want to bring Martz back, but at least based on his comments Wednesday, if it’s up to him, he’ll be back."

    http://player.radio.com/player/RadioPlayer.php?version=1.2.13386&station=391

  • In reply to 4ever85:

    More Martz "embarrassed" by rumors of him wanting to leave the Bears.

    http://www.chicagotribune.com/sports/football/bears/chi-martz-embarrassed-by-rumors-20111207,0,1564821.story?track=rss&utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+chicagosports%2FBears+%28ChicagoSports.com+-+Chicago+Bears%29

  • In reply to 4ever85:

    dude... that fucking guy says good morning to you, you better go outside and check.

    I don't believe a damn thing that comes out of his fat, pie-craming face.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DwNpTt8Mjhk

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    Can't resist: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UzfY-aXGcBY

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    back attcha:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qw9oX-kZ_9k&feature=related

    hahahahahahahahahahaha

  • In reply to 4ever85:

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/Mike-Ditka-Chicago-Bears-Giving-Middle-Finger-/260879642920

  • In reply to huntinbare:

    mike says
    click on me
    to enlarge

  • In reply to huntinbare:

    ha ha...if we had avatars we can actually see, I'd put that Ditka bird as my pic.

  • Sandusky didn't call Saul.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ul0elQ9jp-U

  • In reply to gpldan:

    bbbbbbbbbbbbaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaawwwwwwwwwwwwwaaaaaaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhhhh!

  • In reply to lobotobear:

    oh btw.. Saul

    Can I sue myself?

  • Want to own a piece of the Packers? Only $250.00 per share.

    http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2011/football/nfl/12/06/packers.stock.ap/index.html

  • In reply to M Onan Batterload:

    no thanks.

  • When the F$#!$#!K did we become the JETS..with all the drama around us:?

    http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2011/12/07/jay-cutler-thinks-favre-would-have-returned-for-right-price/

    sheite we have been in the press like a "HO" on crack can't get enough of it. hahaha

  • What Injury?

    http://aol.sportingnews.com/nfl/story/2011-12-07/chicago-bears-team-report-dinged-up-urlacher-to-shadow-tebow

  • In reply to lobotobear:

    jesus, we are so banged up man.

    One thing I've really realized in the last couple years... it's MUCH better to get hot and healthy late in the year. Teams like the steelers were getting blown up in the first half, now they're making a run again.

  • The quality and truth we've come to expect from the four letter network...

    http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/blog/shutdown_corner/post/ESPN-confuses-new-Jacksonville-with-old-Jacksonv?urn=nfl-wp13393

  • http://www.chicagotribune.com/sports/football/bears/chi-cutler-stitches-out-but-times-not-really-on-our-side-20111207,0,5864847.story

    Dr. Viola's concern was that even if I got some stiffness I'd still be able to grip the ball normally," Cutler said. "So during the surgery he brought in a sterilized football and put my hand on it after he screwed everything in and made sure my grip was where I liked it, and I would have some freedom and flexibility. He's on top of his game. I didn't go out there for nothing."

    Love my franchise qb.

  • http://www.chicagotribune.com/sports/football/bears/chi-martz-bears-will-be-more-aggressive-20111207,0,1386309.story

    Ha! Instead of simplifying things and playing to Hanie's strengths, Martz is going to challenge him by opening up the book for him. Brilliant. He really is a genius.

  • In reply to IrishSweetness:

    he's blowin' hannies mind
    but
    in rarified air
    a blown mind
    = SUCCESS

  • In reply to IrishSweetness:

    Martz says Hanie is "...not making mental errors, he’s sharp with everything..."

    Like that bullet he threw at the Chicago 44 in the closing seconds of the Raider game.

  • In reply to IrishSweetness:

    I saw that... we're so fucked. so so so fucked.

  • I was never a Jennings fan. Is this right?
    Peanut, Graham and DJ at nickel sounds sexier to me ....

    http://www.chicagotribune.com/sports/football/bears/chi-moores-return-could-put-graham-back-in-old-role-20111207,0,239310.story

  • In reply to IrishSweetness:

    Graham used to consistently shit the bed whenever he was given a chance at corner.
    Jennings is actually pretty consistent for what its worth.

    Tebow dead, Bears win....ugly.

  • In reply to Waffle 2.0:

    bears in a romp

  • In reply to huntinbare:

    hunti that is pretty bold and i like it. I'll take ugly or pretty as long as we are 8-5 when it's all said and done.

  • In reply to Waffle 2.0:

    CG has 3 INTS in limited looks, Jennings just looks beaten every time I see him on screen.

  • In reply to IrishSweetness:

    Do you remember the Cory Graham and Trumaine McBride experiments of several years ago?

  • In reply to IrishSweetness:

    dude, I saw a piece on timmy... don't knw what in thee fuck they do the to game steam in thailand Irish, but the dude is a fucking stud. You know, minus that one blown coverage that cost us the game.

    Seriously, he's a fucking animal though.

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    He doesn't look all that on mang-mang, mang. At elast we have options. Not that it matters this season ...

  • so at half time
    this week end
    brian sings this
    for the denver faithfull
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SiagUocSLsM

  • In reply to huntinbare:

    and then
    julius the beast
    steps to the mic
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VYkVSsMGRhc

  • In reply to huntinbare:

    and then
    lovie
    who aint' been
    feelin'too well
    steps to the mic
    and says
    " This one's for you Doc Nitty
    'cause we both got reason
    to feel strong after today"
    http://www.wat.tv/video/bob-dylan-blind-willie-mctell-1q85w_2gh7d_.html

  • In reply to huntinbare:

    and then
    Matt Forte took
    the mic from lovie
    and said,
    "this one's for
    my good freind
    Jerry"
    " If you want
    me back"
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fOZcz7d4NuE

  • In reply to huntinbare:

    and then
    the BEARS
    came back
    on the field
    and put an end
    to the fourth quarter
    comebacks
    by timmy t

    this concludes
    your
    Chicago Bears
    halftime show
    and dismantling of
    the denver broncos

    Bear Down

  • Well, isn't that what Martz bitched about after the Oakland game was poor execution. Knowing where to line up and catching the ball when thrown to you is part of executing the play. As I said a couple threads ago even when Hanie got it right someone else fucked up.
    So ok, we've had a string of bad luck with Cutty and Forte going down...but...we've had even better luck with everyone else losing as well, so we're still in the hunt.
    I mean if you think about it this is almost like the movie "The Replacements" a QB that hasn't played much since college..a WR that needs some industrial strength glue on his hands so he can catch the ball, a running back that went down with a knee injury, and a field goal kicker that can hit from 50+, all we need now is Magan Fox and a bunch of pole dancers(I'm sure we could find some in the Cicero-Berwyn area that would lend a hand) to be the Honey Bears.
    Ok, enough nonsense...we still got a chance to make the playoffs..however slim the "perts" predict we have. But I'm still in until the bitter end or we make football history.

  • In reply to MaddBearfan:

    that's what I'm talkin' about
    I know that fortune has been
    waiting to be kind
    so.............
    good fortune
    gimme your hand
    and say you'll be mine

  • Comparing the Texans and Bears handling of offensive life with their backup QBs....

    http://nbcsports.msnbc.com/id/45568710/ns/sports-nfl/

  • In reply to Michael L:

    Nice find, Michael.

  • http://www.csnchicago.com/blog/bears-talk/post/Mullin-Bears-will-consider-McNabb?blockID=605682&feedID=626

    What's going on here? The Bears talked to McNabb's people but said they're going with the terrible three?

  • Okay, scratch that .. "..sources told CSNChicago.com that the Bears will be in conversations Monday about bringing the longtime standout with Philadelphia in as Hanie’s backup."

    Another Hub Arkush .....

  • Pointless Poll : Who won the Cutler trade?

    From blogs.denverpost.com :

    DENVER RECEIVED

    Quarterback Kyle Orton: Orton started 32 games for the Broncos over 2 1/2 seasons. The Broncos were 12-20 in games when Orton was the starting quarterback. He threw for 8,434 yards, with 49 touchdowns and 28 interceptions.

    Chicago’s 2009 first-round pick: With the No. 18 pick, the Broncos drafted outside linebacker/defensive end Robert Ayers from the University of Tennessee. Ayers has played in 36 games, with 19 starts, and has 3.5 career sacks, including two this season.

    Chicago’s 2009 third-round pick: The Broncos traded the pick, No. 84, along with their third-rounder, for a second-round pick they used on tight end Richard Quinn (No. 64) and a fourth-rounder used on guard Seth Olsen (No. 132). Olsen was released after the 2010 preseason, and Quinn was released with an injury settlement early this season.

    Chicago’s first-round pick in 2010: Former head coach Josh McDaniels orchestrated so many trades during the 2010 draft it is nearly impossible to trace exactly what the Broncos received from Chicago. The pick was traded and repackaged and traded again so that parts of it can be directly traced — but not directly responsible for — the selections of the wide receiver Demaryius Thomas (No. 22), quarterback Tim Tebow (No. 25) and wide receiver Eric Decker (No. 97). Tebow and Decker are current starters for the Broncos, and Thomas — now that he has returned from a torn Achilles tendon — is a rotational wide receiver.

    CHICAGO RECEIVED

    Quarterback Jay Cutler: Cutler has started 31 regular-season games for the Bears and thrown for 9,259 yards with 63 touchdowns and 49 interceptions. He helped the Bears to the NFC championship game last season.

    Denver’s 2009 fifth-round pick: With the No. 140 selection, the Bears drafted wide receiver Johnny Knox from Abilene Christian. Knox has 120 career catches for 1,964 yards and 11 touchdowns in 2 1/2 seasons.

    So we got Cutler and Knox, they got Tebow, Thomas, Orton, Decker, Ayers and a G and a TE (neither now with the Broncos). I'm happy with Cutler, but Denver did pretty well out of it in comparison. AFC champs this year?

  • It's looks like this beast will be ready for battle. I bet he'll play.

    http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2011/12/08/von-miller-practices-with-cast-hopes-to-play/

  • "He has to bounce back and we all have to bounce back," Tice said. "But we had a lot of guys play well in that game. Everyone's hung up on the (expletive) numbers all the time. … But I'm not. You can't be.''

  • Martz wanting to give Hanie more is me hearing Jay will not be back.

  • In reply to Artoo:

    Artoo..that say's clusterfuck all over it....

    here come those seven step drops...fuck you martzy...ass-clown

  • http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/blog/shutdown_corner/post/Losing-to-Tim-Tebow-brought-the-Dolphins-closer-?urn=nfl-wp13402

    Some of the comments are funny at the bottom.

  • Today's Final Jeopardy answer in the category "Numbers" is:

    "40.8"

    The Final Jeopardy Question is:

    A) What tempurature, fahrenheit, do Tucsonans consider too cold
    venture outdoors?

    B) What is Tim Tebow's Quarterback Rating?

    C) What was Ndamakong Suh's S.A.T. score?

    D) What is Caleb Haney's Quarterback Rating?

    E) On a scale of 1 to 10, how costly was Roy Williams' drop on
    Sunday?

  • In reply to Albertintucson:

    hey Al...come on man....I have family in Phoenix and they wont go out if it gets below 72 degrees...lol

    they consider that below freezing in their world

  • In reply to Albertintucson:

    o btw...I think your a little high for Suh's S.A.T.'s ...........tee hee hee

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