Chicago Bears 2012 Schedule (With a Bit of Commentary)

Chicago Bears 2012 Schedule (With a Bit of Commentary)

WEEK ONE - Sunday September 9th

Chicago Bears vs. Indianapolis Colts

Love the 1 PM Sunday start. Like getting to open my Christmas gifts first thing. It is an opening week must win. You can't lose to the worst team in football at home and expect a big season. Especially when you're headed to...

WEEK TWO - Thursday September 13th

Chicago Bears at Green Bay Packers

...your division rival on three days rest. I find this scheduling to be lunacy by the league. Why would you compromise this rivalry? Let them play on a midseason Sunday, in midseason form, and don't soak this rivalry for your network's personal good. 

WEEK THREE - Sunday September 23rd

Chicago Bears vs. St. Louis Rams

Juiceless. But I like two incredibly winnable games surrounding the Lambeau Thursday nighter.

WEEK FOUR - Monday October 1

MNF: Chicago Bears at Dallas Cowboys

A great Monday night game that will do a huge rating. 

WEEK FIVE - Sunday October 7th

Chicago Bears at Jacksonville Jaguars

My brother lives in Jax and he was taking me to this game. But this was the only weekend the game could not fall on.

WEEK SIX - Sunday October 14th


WEEK SEVEN - Monday October 22nd

MNF: Chicago Bears vs. Detroit Lions

Payback, perhaps, for forcing the Bears into Detroit for one of the most hostile games of the 2011 season. 

WEEK EIGHT - Sunday October 28th

Chicago Bears vs. Carolina Panthers

Greg Olsen Bowl II

WEEK NINE - Sunday November 4th

Chicago Bears at Tennessee Titans

A game I have absolutely nothing to say about.

WEEK TEN - Sunday November 11th

Sunday Night: Chicago Bears vs. Houston Texans

I hope some of these Bears remember the whupping Schaub and Johnson put on them a few years back, forcing them out of the playoffs on the final week of the regular season.

WEEK ELEVEN - Monday November 19th

MNF: Chicago Bears at San Francisco 49ers

Five primetime games for the Bears. I guess I'm not the only one in the football world who thinks they're going to be fun to watch.

WEEK TWELVE - Sunday November 25th

Chicago Bears vs. Minnesota Vikings 

Late time to see Minnesota for first time.

WEEK THIRTEEN - Sunday December 2nd

Chicago Bears vs. Seattle Seahawks

I hate playing the Seahawks. They just don't seem to mind playing in Soldier Field.

WEEK FOURTEEN - Sunday December 9th

Chicago Bears at Minnesota Vikings

And then you have to see them twice in three weeks? Odd.

WEEK FIFTEEN - Sunday December 16th

Chicago Bears vs. Green Bay Packers

Could this game decide a division title? I think so.

WEEK SIXTEEN - Sunday December 23rd

Chicago Bears at Arizona Cardinals

Weird time to be trekking out to the desert, huh?

WEEK SEVENTEEN - Sunday December 30th

Chicago Bears at Detroit Lions

Would rather this game be at Soldier Field but I don't fear the Lions anywhere. 

This will be followed by two home playoff victories and a Super Bowl title in New Orleans.

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  • First!! Finally

  • If Cutler, Marshall, Urlacher, Peppers and Briggs stay healthy we are going 13-3 this year, winning the North and the NFC and going to the superbowl. BANK THAT SHIT.

  • In reply to Waffle 2.0:

    There is no doubt that we are sweeping the Lions and the Vikes and I believe we will split with the Packers. Watching Marshall fucking abuse the DB's of the NFCN will be entertaining television.

  • In reply to Waffle 2.0:

    Healthiness being granted, 14-2. I haven't got anyone other than the Texans/Niners beating us. Certainly not the Cowgirls, not with Rohomo. NFCN gets swept unless they come up with a defense and draft Poe. Kool aid? Fridge is full.

  • Health.

    The most important single ingredient to any NFL team's success.

  • In reply to Albertintucson:

    Al !!!!

    where have you been?

  • In reply to Albertintucson:

    I propose sending a box of organic cheese to Halas Hall. That should do the trick.

  • HaHAAAAA, Irish!!!

  • Bears Schedule 2012

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  • That last game @ Lions is going to be nuts.

  • Warning: you may want to take a scolding shower after visiting this site.

    The Pack opening schedule is BRUTAL.

    WK1 v SF
    WK2 v CHI
    WK3 @ SEA
    WK4 v NO
    WK6 @ TEXANS

    After that, they have a somewhat soft line up, until they gotta play the Lions twice, and us at Soldier, oh, and the Gmen too.


    GAME ON!

  • I shit you not, they could start 1-4, season over. Hah.

  • I like the fact that I can watch at least four games on a real television instead of a crappy pirated internet feed....

  • In reply to tobijohn:

    ALL my games are on a crappy pirate feed. Don't know how I'm going to manage the Thursday night/Friday morning game against the Fudgers though. I guess I'm sick that morning. No way I miss pantsing the Packers at Lambeau. Yup. 14-2 and a Lombardi in New Orleans sounds about right, dare I say 15-1?

  • Even though it might be prohibitively expensive, is there even an option in Europe of subscribing to some service that would allow you to watch NFL games on TV?

  • In reply to tobijohn:

    I live in Thailand man. Games start at midnight too, it's a killer.

  • Wow it's party time for you man. New Years and the water festival last week and now you get Lao New Years this weekend. I envy you. Well that and the fact that Thai and Lao girls are freakin hot! At least the ones in the states are.

  • Last time I used...uh, I mean, someone tried to use my laptop for a pirated feed of a Bears game (on Thanksgiving), it gave me the worst virus ever.
    Never again.

  • In reply to MikeBrownhadaPosse:

    By that I mean, it's under lock and key on Sunday afternoons so some rapscalion can't come along and try and use my computer for untowards things.

  • In reply to MikeBrownhadaPosse:

    Avira - free and better than any of those shitty pay-for virus packages. Never have any trouble.

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    In reply to tobijohn:

    Here in the UK, Sky show some games, but the coverage is pretty arse - we normally either splash out on the online NFL package, or watch *ahem* dodgy websites.

  • Three good things about the Bears/Packers Thursday night game week 2.

    1) We're coming off an early game against the Colts (who's best player is taking finals next month). They're coming off a mid-day game against the Niners (one of the most physical defenses in the NFL). Who do you think is going to be more banged up?

    2) Its in Green Bay early in the season, when we're all shaking some rust. When they come to Chicago in Week 15, that's much more likely to be a do or die matchup.

    3) That Sunday night starts Rosh Hashanah. Having the game on Thursday means I can watch it :)

  • In reply to NewBearInTown:

    Agree with both points 1 and 2.

    I used to work with a Persian Jew, so she had 3 New Years: Persian, Hebrew and American! Good thing she wasn't also part Chinese! Partay!

  • Festivus for the rest of us!

  • In reply to tobijohn:

    Let the airing of grievances commence!

  • And now, the Feats of Strength!!

  • In reply to NewBearInTown:

    happy late passover. there was much easter talk around these parts, but nobody threw a (shank)bone to us chosen people.

  • In reply to evantonio:

    People were afraid of the jewpracabra...

  • In reply to Shady:

    that's a fair point. =]

  • In reply to evantonio:

    Well I had a wonderful Passover thanks for the wishes. Its always a great feeling to see your kids know the words to the Ma Nishtana. And happy spring break to the rest of you as well.

  • I think the Bears get 11 wins this season. They're in maybe two games all season that would be considered an upset to win, but I expect injuries either on the defense or else on the O-line will cause a slip here or there.

    Biggest worry I have is if Forte holds out or gets traded, and Marshall gets hurt for an extended break (say 6+ weeks). Earl's great as is Bush, but even with a first round WR this year, we'd struggle without Forte and Marshall.

    Second biggest worry is a freak accident knocking Lach out. Losing him would kill our D more than Tillman, Briggs or even Peppers.

  • In reply to NewBearInTown:

    Still hugging my dream of Kuechly.

  • In reply to NewBearInTown:

    Speaketh not of mine warriors broken, fortuitous and victorious we shall be.

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    Hate the Thursday night game @ Green Bay. Hate 3 out of 5 prime time games on the Road. Hate ending with 2 road games. Dislike early bye week.

    Love the bears feels like 12-4.

  • In reply to Big Mike:

    Yeah, if it wasn't for all that, 16-0! Maybe we can field little Ditkas.

    Da Bears...

  • Awesome looking schedule; 11-5 looks good.
    It'd be freakin' awesome to roll into Lambeu week 2 and see Midway Jay and The Marshall abuse the heck out of the packers D; not to mention the possibility of Floyd!

    8 days to the Draft! 4 1/2 months to the season!!!!!
    BEAR DOWN!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • In reply to MidWayJay6:

    I don't think we're going to see Floyd in a Bears uniform and barring any major injuries on either side of the ball, I'd be shocked if we don't finish at least 11-5. Don't give any games away to inferior teams and a couple lucky bounces, maybe even 14-2 (yeah, yeah, I say that now)....

  • In reply to tobijohn:

    +1 tobi.....

    11-5 is doable!!!

  • In reply to tobijohn:

    That's always been the Bears problem: THEY ALWAYS PLAY TO THE LEVEL OF THEIR COMPETITION.

    This is why Seattle always seems to give us a hard time. It seems the Bears always make games closer than they have to be. This is for various reasons, from stupid late game play calling (whether it be Martz' 50 throws a game, Lovie's bad challenges, or the infamous "non-prevent" D, etc)

    This year, the Bears have got to learn how to tear the heart out and put a team away by the 4rth quarter. With our new personell, system, Beast and hopefully draft studs, there's no more excuses.

    Bear Down.

  • Edit. Forgot to finish the thought...

    From stupid late play calling to bad execution (Barber, anyone?)

  • You'r absolutely correct on all points. Someone should sit the team down and have them watch the 85 playoff and SB games. If I remember correctly, they had all of them put away by the end of the first half...

  • In reply to tobijohn:

    There were a total of 10 points scored against the Bears in those three games and seven of them came from a NE touchdown in garbage time:

    Divisional Round January 5, 1986 New York Giants W 21-0 Soldier Field

    NFC Championship January 12, 1986 Los Angeles Rams W 24-0 Soldier Field CBS

    Super Bowl XX January 26, 1986 New England Patriots W 46-10 Louisiana Superdome

  • In reply to tobijohn:

    Yet somehow the 76 Raiders get voted greatest team of all-time. Unbelievable.

  • John Madden tipped the scales Irish. I love that guy. I know, blashemy right?

  • In reply to TracDaddy:

    Stabler was slippery, but the boys would have closed their show down, and Jimmy Mac would have read their defense like a book. I think it was the Ravens who beat us out in the bracket? Sheesh.

  • Bears Sunday night record over the last 13 times: 1-12.

    I heard that on the Score. Not sure if that's right. Hopefully, we can perform well this year.

    The Bears-Packers game on 3 days rest is the opening game for the NFL Network. It sucks, but hopefully the Niners whip the Packers badly and they come into the game on their heels.

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    I believe it is. But I'd like to know how many of those were road games. Every friggin time it's a Sunday night game it seems we are playing a top team on the round.

  • I believe this more than The Score. Over the past 14 Sunday night games, the Bears are 7-7, including wins at Giants Stadium, Lambeau, and Lucas Oil field in Indy.

    So not as bad as it seems.

    Here is a summary list:

  • In reply to SC Dave:

    Take out Martz and Angelee from that equation, add a healthy dose of Phil Emery and Brandon Marshall and W-A-L-A, Presto, Bears win.

  • In reply to TracDaddy:

    I looked into this a little more, and *assuming Wikipedia is to be believed* I came up with some interesting numbers here.

    Monday night
    Wins: 23
    Losses: 34
    Home: 23
    Away: 34

    Sunday night
    Wins: 12
    Losses: 19
    Home: 13
    Away: 18

    Thursday night:
    Wins: 2
    Losses: 2
    Home: 1
    Away: 3

    So the Bears are 37-55, which is the exact count of home versus road games. Over a sample of 92 games, I find that correspondence hard to believe so if anyone wants to confirm please do so.

    The real question is why do the Chicago Bears have to play 60% of these games on the road? It's not like they've played only five and three happened to be on the road.

    Perhaps the league should let the Bears play 6 of 10 of these games at home for the next 30 years or so?

  • Clear some mondays, per ProFootballtalk

    Bears: They’ll appear three times on Monday night football, more than any other team.

  • As well as 5 prime time games within the first 10 weeks.

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    And of course two of those are on the road...

  • History does not bode well for the Bears with all the prime time/night game stuff.

  • In reply to SC Dave:

    I'm sure we'll turn the tables now we've got Marshall, Bush etc.

  • Per Moon Mullin

    "The Bears face three teams with new head coaches: Indianapolis (Chuck Pagano), St. Louis (Jeff Fisher) and Jacksonville (Mike Mularkey).

    Nearly half of their games project to be against quarterbacks either in their first or second years as starters: Carolina (Cam Newton), Jacksonville (Blaine Gabbert), Indianapolis (Andrew Luck), Minnesota twice (Christian Ponder), Seattle (Matt Flynn) and possibly Tennessee (Jake Locker).

    Throw in Arizona’s Kevin Kolb (five seasons, 14 total starts, no more than seven in any year) and the Bears’ defense will not be facing a Hall of Fame list of quarterbacks, at least not yet."

  • Ok, my prediction for this season:

    We go into the bye 3-2 with losses at Pack and 'Boys. After that, 3 wins to go up 6-2. People start talking about the Bears as SB ready.
    Then, a setback at home against the Texans and another loss at SF. Doubt creeps in, but Bears straighten things out and rip of a 5 game winning streak with a home beatdown of the Packers as THE statement game of the season. We then end the season on a false note with a loss at Detroit.

    11-5. A think that's a realistic goal for this team.

  • In reply to BXLBearsFan:

    We will not lose to the 49ers.

    I will say that now... put it on record.

  • In reply to Who is Willie Gault:

    With you on this Willie!

  • In reply to Who is Willie Gault:

    Alex Smith is Alex Smith. They're about as good as the Giants, and we're way better than the Giants now. Okay we're not, they have an awesome DL, but I just wanted to write it down. We'd beat them in the playoffs though, I mean just look at Eli Manning's face. Pumpkin head.

  • In reply to BXLBearsFan:

    I can't argue with this. The schedule always looks different once we start actually playing the games.I have to say, if we have 11 wins, I would be thrilled. But what about the rest of the division? Where do they end up?

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    Lose to the Cowboys... I don't see it. That team has been overrated for the last decade.

  • In reply to Big Mike:

    Yup, I need to have it explained to me how Rohomo beats the Bears, or more to the point how they stop our offense. Not going to happen. Texans are slightly scary, the Niners are good apart from Alex Smith, who will always remain Alex Smith. The Cards are a talented team and play well in spurts .... but I will eat my own chode if we get beaten by the Girls.

  • Cowboys will be hyped by ESPN and NFL Network all preseason again and will falter. We can't have Irish nibbling on his own chode. That just wouldn't be right.

    Here is an opinion based in reality:

    If Angelo had addressed WR and OL at anytime during the last couple of years we would have been in the playoffs multiple times and who knows what would have happened.

    Oh well, we just wasted one of the better defensive cores in the last 15 years in the NFL for 3-8 years because our managment refused to let us have an offense.

    Now is our window to win. Emery make the fucking moves that Angelo didn't/couldn't/wouldn't and lets just fucking win this.

    Green Bay???? DEAD
    Detroit????? oh my fucking god DEAD
    Vikes???? DEAD

  • In reply to Waffle 2.0:

    by the way there is nothing worse than a Lions fan talking shit about one lucky ass year because Martz decided to fuck our season in the hole by giving away at least 3 games and Knox fell down and Hanie/Barber fucking fucked us.

  • In reply to Waffle 2.0:

    I'm beginning to hate Detroit as badly as I hate Green Bay.

    Schwartz is a dick. It's a team of dickfaces.

  • If only...I wish we'd seen Vernon Davis standing over Schwartz' prostrate body last year saying this:

    No doubt in my mind Harbaugh would have decked that little periwinkle into the bye week if they hadn't had security rush in.

  • I completely love my wife's hatred for Detroit... it's incredible.

    Born and raised in Nebraska, and Suh is her most hated player next to Vick (she likes dags). Granted, she went to Creighton.

  • In reply to Who is Willie Gault:

    Oh, the love between Creighton and Husker fans knows no bounds.
    Part of that is Creighton actually has a winning basketball program and Nebraska is a perpetual doormat (regardless of what conference they go to), while the Huskers have a great football program and Creighton's soccer.

  • In reply to MikeBrownhadaPosse:

    Not that there's anything wrong with that...unless you live in the 95% of Nebraska outside of Douglas County.

  • My hate for Detroit blew past the Fudgies after the first game last year. It all starts with their smarmy coach. I was shocked to find out their fans are all a bunch of cocksucking blowhards. I used to feel sorry for them. Now I want to bitch slap all of them.

  • In reply to CanadaBear:


  • In reply to CanadaBear:

    Don't be a thuggie Canana, turn the "other" cheek. And not the one on your face.

  • In reply to TracDaddy:

    Good call Trac. I used to hate the BiQueens mostly because of their fans. With the Lions I hate their coach, cheapshot artists Suh and Fairley, their pussy QB and their fans. That's a lot of animosity. I've never really hated GB except during the Forrest Gregg years. Until their idiot fans came on here and acted like 5-year old's.

  • In reply to TracDaddy:

    That's the thing about Lions fans - your team hasn't won ANYTHING in recent history. You end up in the playoffs last year as a wildcard and get annihilated.
    Oh, and you have possibly the worst track record in the NFL in regards to the running back position since you pissed off Barry Sanders and watched him retire early.

    At least the Packers have a Super Bowl win to crow about.
    I hate disliking the fans in Detroit - it's my birthplace and I do resent the hard times it's fallen on - but the bandwagon fans of the Lions are just fucktards.

  • Whell, let the coolaid flow. I likery.

    I love the excitement here, really good to see such an optimistic band of brothers. Let me just play scrooge here for arguments sake as I want to examine the games that upon first glance based on last years performances, may seem to be slam dunk wins.

    Colts-No brainer, we win.
    Rams-Fischer may have these guys ready to compete, may not be a slam dunk game.
    Titans-Be careful with this one, this is a team that can sneak up and bite us in the ass if the Bears look past them.
    Seahawks-A win on paper but I wouldn't look past the squawks either.
    Cardinals-We shouldn't have any problems winning this one.
    Vikings-2 easy victories.

    I see us coming away with at least a 4 slam dunk wins out of these 8 match ups and anything less than 6-2 against these teams would be a disaster. The rest of the schedule will be very competitive to say the least and realistically, I see the Bears going 5-3 against the rest of the field.

    11-5 is very doable but if we kick it up a notch and win every game we're supposed to, 13-3 becomes a real probability.

    Either way, the Bears are going to have to blow it for them to miss the playoffs in my opinion. I think the question mark on the upcoming season will be, how good are the Bears really?

  • In reply to TracDaddy:

    you know how good we are. 13-3. Excuses from Banks and King, pessimism by our shit head radio teams so as to save face in case of catastrophic injury so they can say I told you so, etc.

    Fuck all of them. Bears are taking the NFCN and the Conference and going to the superbowl. Fuck the girls, fuck the chickens, fuck Luck, fuck Detroit and the gift of a season we allowed them to have last year, fuck GB with their awesome QB and WR's and LB's with super gay hair, fuck em all.

  • In reply to Waffle 2.0:

    he he.

  • In reply to Waffle 2.0:

    Scream it Waffle! This rant just officially pumped me up for the season. Bears Boner, 3/4 erect and it's only April, fuuuck!

  • even the prognosticator's going...11-5

    ..really giving us some luv? I don't like it one bit!!!

  • An 11 or 12 win season seems very realistic. I know the Thursday, Sunday and Monday night games are good for national exposure but personally I hate them. Wish all our games were on Sunday afternoons when football is suppose to be played.

  • Here's a bucket of cold water. If we get a bunch of key injuries again, we're screwed. The OL is still avg at best. Marshall has bad hips and you just never know. The key people on D are all over 30 and are more likely to be injured or their production starts to slip. Emery shits the bed in the draft. Who knows? It's great to be optimistic but we're so far away from the start of the season anything is possible. Sorry but this is coming from a Cubs fan and my inner Winston Wolf.

    I'll be thrilled if we get into the postseason and we're playing our best ball of the season.

  • In reply to CanadaBear:

    Every team gets banged up Canada, so we have that going for us. Who's to say the Cheese don't get banged up this year. They don't have as deep as a roster as they did a couple of years ago and no way will the cards fall for them like they did when they won the Super Bowl. Also, if we do have some big injuries, our depth is pretty good at the key positions unlike last year and we still have the draft. Nope Canada, the Bears won't lose the games we lost last year. If us bloggers can lay off of Tebow this year, by God, we just may bring home the bacon.

  • In reply to CanadaBear:

    Canada, you're dead to me

  • In reply to Waffle 2.0:

    Who is the back up QB for the Cheese this year?

  • In reply to TracDaddy:

    don't know

  • In reply to Waffle 2.0:

    Whoever he is? Dead.

  • In reply to MikeBrownhadaPosse:


  • In reply to TracDaddy:

    Graham Harrell and Nick Hill. Harrell is the heir apparent to Matt Flynn but everything I've read, the Fudgies mgmt is under whelmed. Could be whoever they pick up between now and training camp.

  • In reply to CanadaBear:

    send them!!

  • In reply to lobotobear:

    With a bow tied around him. Still can't believe Denver signed him.

  • In reply to TracDaddy:

    He was pretty good in college.

  • In reply to Waffle 2.0:

    Sorry Johnny but there was too much joy in the house. I want to believe all the predictions but I just can't. I'm guessing more like 10-6. The problem with that is in our division that might not be good enough to get into the post season. Hope all you guys are right.

  • In reply to CanadaBear:

    And we don't have our RB yet.

  • In reply to CanadaBear:

    you speak poppycock sir!

  • In reply to Waffle 2.0:

    Say what?

  • In reply to CanadaBear:

    Canada, our bacon is far superior to your bacon.

  • If you're talking about that crap they call Canadian Bacon in the States, could not possibly agree more. Up here, what they call back bacon is off the chart good. I'm not saying it's better, just that it doesn't have to apologize. A couple of other things that are surprisingly good. Fries w/gray for dipping. Also, poutine, which is fries w/gravy and cheese curds. Both are heart attack specials (esp the poutine). When I moved up here and my Little Love Dove introduced me to these, I thought she was crazy. Now, not so much. I've never had more than a few bites of her poutine but that's only because I'm afraid I'll stroke out if I eat an entire serving.

  • In reply to CanadaBear:


    Had it when I went to Nova Scotia - but I'll skip the Burger King version next time. It had some weird red gravy on. Not the same.

    When I lived in Minneapolis, there was even a restaurant in the Mall of America that specialized in poutine variations. It didn't last long but was my first introduction to it. God, that stuff is good.

  • In reply to MikeBrownhadaPosse:

    Speaking of Halifax, I had a McLobster while I was there. A stale hot dog bun with some manner of lobster salad in it.
    $8 Canadian.

    But now I've had one.

  • In reply to MikeBrownhadaPosse:

    Ugh. With fresh lobster everywhere that must have been a severe disappointment.

  • In reply to CanadaBear:

    Yes - on the other hand, I ate real lobster, in real lobster rolls or whole ones, at every single other meal that entire trip. Couldn't help it.
    Halifax is pretty; wish I'd had more time to bum around the area while I was there.

  • In reply to MikeBrownhadaPosse:

    Minus the Burger King poutine experiment en route to the airport of course.

  • In reply to CanadaBear:

    Referring to your wife as your "Little Love Dove" on a football blog. Canada, you are truly comfortable in your own shoes. I like it.

    I was referring to that ham like substance they call canadian bacon. It's ok, but bacon it is not!

  • I'm totally pussy whipped so there's no sense lying about it.

    Oh yeah, that Canadian Bacon is like ham without the flavor.

  • Hey, MB30 - I know you were expressing some concerns about getting the ol' pipestem I did some research and you could always go this route:
    See item #4.

  • In reply to MikeBrownhadaPosse:

    holy fuckstick (litterally). Uhhhhh, thanks Rabbit, but I think I'll stick to the version we have here.

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    Not a big fan of an extra hole in the peestick?

  • In reply to MikeBrownhadaPosse:

    I, personally, believe that one is plenty. And I like mine where it is thank you very much.

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    What I wonder is...who was the first guy that went, "hey, guys - I have this awesome idea for birth control. Watch me shove this sharpened stick into my dingle...wait, hey, Joe...why don't you shove this sharpened stick into your dingle sideways?"

    I bet there was alcohol involved.

  • In reply to MikeBrownhadaPosse:

    And I bet it was his wife's idea.

  • In reply to MikeBrownhadaPosse:

    i thought getting a handjob from the class tramp at the park drinking warm old style as a teenager was a rite of passage. These guys took that shit to a whole different level.

  • Bears + Snickers bars = Super bowl.

  • What I hate most about this schedule.

    1. We finish the season with 2 road games.
    2. We play at San Fran on a Monday night. This to me is going to be the hardest game to win on the entire schedule.

    What I love most about this schedule.

    1. We get to set the pace with a victory in week 2 in GB, opening up the possibility of the Bears starting the season 4-0 and the Cheese facing the prospect of falling behind the 8 ball at 1-3 or better yet, 0-4. Playing in Seattle can be brutal and I for one would love to see those bastards playing catchup all season. Nothing like having a lot of pressure on the Packers to keep up with us rather than the other way around.
    2. I love the fact that we get to see the Vikes in week 12 then again in week 14. This will be 2 welcome matchups near the end of the season when teams are a little bit banged up trying to position themselves for the playoffs.
    3. We could have the division wrapped up by week 14. Wouldn't that be a peach?

    All in all, I look for a marvelous season gents, simply marvelous.

  • In reply to TracDaddy:

    Good Point on the viqueens, I didn't look at it that way. THose games could come in handy at that time.

  • In reply to TracDaddy:

    I hate getting the Pack on the road on a short week. Also, 3 of the last 4 on the road. If there's a lot at stake in that game with the Lions, that dome is going to be a nightmare.

  • In reply to CanadaBear:

    I hear you Canada but I see this as a high stakes game. I love the fact that we can really stick it to the Cheese and put them in a hole early in the season.

  • In reply to TracDaddy:

    Yeah, but the good guys need to get it done.

    I hate the Packers, but I respect 'em. Same way smart Packers fans see Da Bears.

  • In reply to CanadaBear:

    I kinda like ending it 3 of 4 on the road. Trial by fire. The G-Men last year, and the Pack the year before, HAD to win in rough environments during the final stretch, and both teams proclaimed it gave them confidence, momentum and prepared their mentality for the playoffs.

    I especially am looking forward to that last game vs the Meows cuz we may be able to knock them out of the playoffs at their place.


  • It will make the return to Soldier Field for home-field advantage through the playoffs that much more triumphant.

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    In reply to TracDaddy:

    MN late isn't as good as MN early. Ponder will have gained experience. Doesn't change the fact that it projects to be 2 easier games for us.

    I'd hate for it to come down to a road game in Detroit on the last weekend of the season.

  • In reply to TracDaddy:

    What I like about the schedule :

    1. We can beat anyone on it.


    RUH ROH!

  • In reply to Waffle 2.0:

    There is the veteran free agent LB that would round out the LB corp making it strong this year. Urlacher, Briggs, Roach, McIntosh, Jabara Williams ( think more athletic Roach) and Patrick Trahan wouldn't be a bad batch.

  • In reply to Waffle 2.0:

    No love for DeCicco?

  • forgot about DeCicco. Thought he was the other white linebacker we had on the team in the pre-season who ate balls.
    The only white linebacker besides Urlacher I would accept on my team is Gary Plummer...from 1994.

  • In reply to Waffle 2.0:

    after his retirement in 1997:

    From 1998 until April 2011 Plummer was a color analyst for KNBR 49ers game broadcasts.[1] He was fired from this position due in large part to frequent criticism of the team during broadcasts as well as comments in an off-color podcast in which he recounted his former teammates' sexual exploits, as well as his own.[2]

    Plummer: ....and a great sack by Patrick Willis....speaking of great sacks did I ever tell you guys about the time this lady boy hooker, well Iat least I think she was a hooker....

  • In reply to Waffle 2.0:

    Maybe Tebow can put Jakie boy on his prayer list Waffie. (Note to self: Call Timmy)

  • In reply to TracDaddy:

    please stop. SMH.... jesus christ (see how I did that?)

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    Exactly MB, exactly. He he.

  • In reply to Waffle 2.0:

    I thought the word was he's the guy they're grooming to replace Urlacher.

  • Well I know he's no anchor but he's a body, even if it's just to push some of the starters to compete.


  • my god, I had to read that whole terrible article just to find out he is a fucking guard. Nice writing.

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    If you had just looked at his picture I posted, you would have instantly determined he was a guard.

  • Talk about your typical fair weather band wagon fans. What a bunch of pusses. One losing season in about 10 and the Colts can't sell seats.

  • In reply to TracDaddy:

    Fucking Bobby Knight lovin' Hoosiers.

  • In reply to TracDaddy:

    trac...I believe the fans are pissed about letting go of the one who built their house..and Isray is fucked!!!

  • In reply to lobotobear:

    In Chicago, all of Bear fandom would show up and bring down the walls around the McCaskey's box office. Kinda like the walls of Jericho.

  • In reply to TracDaddy:

    I would like to see that!!!

  • In reply to lobotobear:

    Can hardly blame them, but if Luck is all he's cracked up to be, I think the fans will come around rather expeditiously.

  • In reply to SC Dave:

    and what happened if he breaks his finger, leg, arm, etc...?

    Who is their back up?

    That management has become a total clusterfuck. So yeah, good luck with that (see how... nevermind)

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    Hey MB, at least they didn't have the boy who walks alone.

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    Admirable restraint, MB...

  • Hey Viva, join the fray pal. Don't let the political discord get in the way of being a part of some good football talk for a change. I doubt very seriously GP or any of the other guys would mind burying the hatchet. Kiss and make up girls.

    Blessed are the peace makers kinda thing.

  • In reply to TracDaddy:

    Trac...screw that it's the Apocolypse

    hahahahahahahahahahahahahaha!...from the words of RK..."Can't we all just get along!?

  • In reply to lobotobear:

    Ha ha. Is that Viva and the National Guard raining death upon the commies?

  • In reply to TracDaddy:

    tee hee hee

  • In reply to TracDaddy:

    Shit, and I thought all the Blackhawks overhead today were an ORE at Langley. Better get out the hurricane shutters and hide the dogs.

  • In reply to lobotobear:

    I'll kill ya!

  • In reply to TracDaddy:

    The name is Francis Sawyer....

  • lol!

  • In reply to TracDaddy:

    hahahahahahaha...God I love this blog!!!

  • In reply to TracDaddy:

    I don't bear grudges over any of the political, religious, or otherwise non-Bears related mudslinging we engage in.
    I seriously don't.

  • In reply to TracDaddy:

    Yeah Viva, I love your posts man.

  • hot of the press:

    can you even say that any longer??,0,4861655.story

  • In reply to lobotobear:

    so LDL doing his tongue and cheekie thing by saying "we are all set"....

    guess tice is running the show!!

  • In reply to lobotobear:

    thank god.

  • In reply to lobotobear:

    Keep the hits coming Phil. The more the merrier.

  • In reply to TracDaddy:

    They've had/will have had visits from Ming, Alshon, Hightower and Ingram.

    From the trib:

    "In the past, the Bears typically steered clear of bringing in top prospects for pre-draft visits unless they had off-the-field issues. New general manager Phil Emery obviously has a different philosophy."

    Way to go Jerry, draft them without even talking to them. What a plum.

  • In reply to lobotobear:

    Isn't a "Chilo" mexican slang for vagina?

  • #4

    ...and coach... is "mexican" anything like "Spanish"?

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    'Chochito' is what the Spanish girls call it. Little rabbit, I believe.

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    Different Spanish speaking countries have their own slang words (same as English speaking countries). When I was living in Guatemala years ago, they had a bunch of expressions that would have got you a puzzled look if you used them in another Central/South American country....

  • In reply to tobijohn:

    In Spain the slang for 'wanker' is Pajero. The Spanish girls I used to work with back home thought it hilarious that in Ireland the Mitsubishi Shogun is actually called the Mitsubishi Pajero.

    I love their term for 'loser', they say 'zero on the left'.


  • slang for guy-blow. I'll let R2 tell him that to his face...

  • Hey Jeff, oh great swammi, I would love to see a more in depth narrative on how this schedule works for or against our boys this year.

  • Sorry boys, I'll go nap time.

  • The NFL put up a new contest on today:

    Pick the entire 1st round correctly and get put in a drawing for free Super Bowl tickets.

    Off the Swammi's go...

  • Solid wins; Indy, St. Louis, Jags, Vikes*2.
    Probable wins; Dallas, Arizona.
    Pick 'em; Lions*2, Car, Tenn, Sea.
    Probable losses; GB*2, Texans, SF.

    I think the pick 'em games are a wins at home against the Lions, Car and Sea. Losses to the Lions and Tenn in their houses.

    Until we beat GB I can't pick the Beloved. Texans beat us when we had everything to play for and got shellacked. San Fran on the Coast has been a nightmare for us forever.

    All of those pick 'em games could go either way and I picked the home team each time.

    Dallas and AZ could be pick 'em games but I like our chances.

    Record of 10-6.

  • In reply to CanadaBear:

    Green Bay and New England had the worst defenses in the NFL last year. If GB plays us with a sub-par defense we'll take them apart, and Rodgers won't be on the field long enough to do any damage. Even when he had free rein agaisnt us he was very average. He'll be on his back this year. I expect we sweep them. Sweep the division. It's back to the Eighties.


    not sure if it has been posted, but does anyone know what the hell happened to Pisa?

  • In reply to lobotobear:

    according to one of the poster on that thread:

    "The Bears just signed OG Chilo Rachel ."

    "LOVE this signing!!! Once again Emery delivers. Rachal was drafted in the 2nd round out of USC by the 49ers. Big angry run blocker, but struggles in Pass blocking. He was All-Pac 10 his Junior year when he declared for the draft. He's only 26 years old. At 6'5" 320lbs, he's a monster. LOVE the signing. Once again, HUGE upside, very little downside."

    Haven't seen it yet verified though.

    Pisa was signed, I want to say the bucs

  • shoot, forgot to refresh, didn't see Lobo's post about Chilo.

    I guess it is official.

  • Dunno, the guy was a bust in San Fran. In some respects he might be like Chris Williams - good skills against the run, but a liability in pass protection.

    I know we've got an elite RB in Forte and a great #2 in Bush, but we also have Jay Cutler under center. Can we really commit our O-line so heavily to the run game?

  • In reply to NewBearInTown:

    He's roster fodder, nothing more. Edwin starts at LG (maybe CW), Lance starts at RG. Spencer and Chilo will be backups.

    A heavy run on defense in the draft looks likely.

  • All I can think of is....WTF?

  • Witness protection? I haven't heard of him visiting any teams or drawing any interest.

  • In reply to 505 Bears!!:

    It's like PT dropped of the map.

  • In reply to lobotobear:

    Thats because he averages healthy 4 games a year.

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    Ok, I'm saying it out loud here. I think that Roy Williams might resurrect his career this year with the Bears. Brandon Marshall, Bennett, Williams and Hester. Somebodies open. Williams is big, with decent speed, runs good routes. Maybe he works on catching?

    Go ahead, rip me up over that comment.

  • In reply to Big Mike:

    He had every opportunity to do it last year and failed miserably.
    When given the opportunity to do it in Dallas, he failed miserably.
    I just don't see what his role will be on the Bears this year since he doesn't even contribute on ST, and Hester should be playing the slot (that's what she said) with Bennett and Marshall starting. I suppose he'll play on occasion to give those two guys a rest, but not frequently.

  • In reply to MikeBrownhadaPosse:

    When did he start running good routes, btw?
    He also accelerates like my old Jeep did:

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  • In reply to Big Mike:

    Really doubt it Big Mike (didn't want to use your initials for obvious reasons). He hasn't had a good year since he was with the Lions about 5 years ago. The Genius loved him and gave him every opportunity last year. Didn't see much that I liked. Hope you're correct.

  • In reply to Big Mike:

    Big Mike.

    .I think I may have just thrown up a little in my mouth...hahahahaha

  • In reply to lobotobear:


  • In reply to Big Mike:

    No, I'd be okay with Roy coming back, but he hasn't been contacted by the Bears.

    I like our receivers as long as Sanz and Knox aren't in the group. Roddy White was the leading ball-dropper in the NFL last year. Anyone here not want Roddy White on their team? However Roy did drop more than most over the last three seasons (T.O. was on the list too):

    Apparently we have 5 TEs on the depth chart by the way :

    1. Kellen Davis
    2 Matt Spaeth
    3 Andre Smith
    4 Kyle Adams
    5 Draylen Ross

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    Ok. But man, he's a specimen. The real question is WTF is wrong with him. He "should" be a stud. More wishful thinking than anything else..

  • In reply to Big Mike:


  • In reply to MB30SD:

    Yep, that was Roy.
    Slow out of his break and lost interest long before the play was over.

  • In reply to MikeBrownhadaPosse:

    He did block his ass off though. Anytime I saw a big run I saw Roy and Clutts downfield

  • In reply to Waffle 2.0:

    That's fair - he did throw some decent blocks down-field. I won't deny him that. But he was brought on to be a receiver, not a fullback. He's just frustrating as hell. Hey, if he does go for 40 catches this year, I'll be content as long as that means Marshall catches 80.

  • In reply to MikeBrownhadaPosse:

    If we don't draft a reciever in the first 5 rounds (which would be really surprising) I could see Roy sticking around to play flanker. With Marshall taking on the best CB and pulling safeties to the other side of the field, Roy could have a much easier path to making some good catches. The fact that he doesn't play specials is a big liability though, that might be the reason we don't bring him back.

  • In reply to NewBearInTown:

    We are all aware Roy isn't a Chicago Bear right? Komar is still listed on the roster, but he just got cut. So we have 7 WRs including Knox right now. Only two of them break six feet.

    We also have 9 guards on the roster ( including Chilo and Garza).

    Amazingly we only have 3 OTs (4 if you include CW). I don't think CW is playing guard this year, he'll definitely go into rotation with Useless. Edwin and Lance will be the guards. That's good.

    BTW- Peter King has the Bears drafting midget Kendall Wright. As if.

  • In reply to Big Mike:

    He's the tin man. No heart. He's like the anti-waddle.

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    yeah ok. But I'm going to hang on to hope. Maybe I can be the only guy in the Roy Williams fan club. Maybe it's been so long since we've had a quality receiver, I don't know what one looks like.
    Same thing happened to be with Grossman. I thought he was a good quarterback. (Because he was our QB). Then Cutler came in, and on the 2nd or 3rd series SMH "ohhhhh" I get it now.
    Fast Forward 2012 vs the Colts. Cutler to Marshall.. "Oh.. Now I see" smh

  • In reply to Big Mike:

    I think it was Cris Carter or maybe a SI writer who tore into Roy. Also, I heard Hub tear him a new asshole one night on the Score.

    And here's why: conditioning.

    The giraffe leg thing comes from not conditioning. Roy is lazy. Roy has no work ethic. He's not prepared to do what it takes to excel. His offseason work sucks.

    Basically, alot of people concur. He had loads of raw physical ability. He didn't convert it into much.

  • After he got paid by Dallas, the work ethic thing became a major issue. Not an uncommon story in the NFL these days. Player X gets brand new paper and subsequently doesn't give a fuck anymore. Front offices have noticed and now try to protect themselves from this fate. I'm sure it has a role in the Forte contract negotiations, but to what degree I'm not sure.

  • In reply to Shady:

    He's probably into the weed, like Hurd, and that's why Dallas shipped them out. I was all for giving him a shot, but I don't know, he's had quite a few shots now. I'd rather draft one of those 215lb 6'4 receivers in the lower rounds and give them a shot, they're young and hungry.

  • In reply to Big Mike:

    Mike, im with you mang. Roy led the WR's in catches in his first year with the Bears with very little time to get any chemistry. It didn't help that he showed up out of shape but I felt like he would have a better year this year as well. he blocks well and is certainly better than taking the younger version of him in Alshon Jeffrey. I say give him one more year at the minimum. I think we could easily get 40 catches out of him.

  • In reply to Waffle 2.0:

    At a 46% catch rate we'd have to throw him 87 balls. 5.5 balls thrown his way every game. We'd also have to sign him, and cut two receivers.

  • or not have Hanie throw him the ball

  • In reply to Waffle 2.0:

    i have no problem cutting him as long as we replace him with someone better.

  • In reply to Big Mike:

    Big Mike at the annual Roy Williams Fan Club Dinner:

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    In reply to tobijohn:

    tobijohn, that was hilarious. Thanks. Could everybody go back to talking.

  • I hope they give it to CJ.....and jinx/curse (Madden Cover) his arse and the whole "f"ing lions ...and watch their sorry arse's go to 0-16...AGAIN!!!!! I'd laugh my "f"ing head off!!!!


    see any difference?? BBBBWWWWAAAAAHHHHHAAAAA!!!!

  • In reply to lobotobear:

    Bears did that horizontal stripe thing one year, too. It's stupid.

    Back then, those guys had leather pads and those shirts were basically rugby pads. Pulled over the modern armor these guys wear now it looks ridiculous.

    Throwback uniforms should go no farther back than Epoch time: Jan 1 1970.

  • You guys are too fucking funny, this is a great place to LMFAO after getting my shit pushed in at work.

    I have to say, evaluating an NFL schedule when it's released in April is an exersize in futility. But then again, it's April so what the fuck else are we going to talk about? The best part of of Jeff's analysis comes after the dates and commentary: "This will be followed by two home playoff victories and a Super Bowl title in New Orleans."

    That's fuckin' right bloggy!

  • In reply to Shady:

    Exercise? Smh. Where are you NOW autocorrect? Bastard.

  • In reply to Shady:

    Why do you torment me?

  • In reply to Shady:

    I don't.... my haji does.

  • In reply to MB30SD:


    i'm on shortly, watching tommie cruise save the world in MI:Ghost Protocol

    It's no Godfather 2 but it's entertaining as shit

  • In reply to Waffle 2.0:

    I have boycotted that faggot ever since that inane couch scene. Fuck that douche.

    This is the only thing I watch of that clown now (which I have to admit is sheer brilliance):

  • In reply to MB30SD:


    Tommie brings the heat. So what if he got looney literally advertising for katie holmes' pussy. give the man credit. he used publicity moves and advertising to bang and impregnate cute little katie holmes.

    he may be one of the greatest action stars of the last 20 years...except for Seagall of course

  • In reply to Waffle 2.0:

    And he runs like Dustin Hoffman in Marathon Man in
    I think it's in his standard contract.
    "Mr. Cruise must run at least the equivalent of a 5k within the standard running time of the final edited release or shall be released from any claims related to failure of said film in perpetuity".

  • In reply to Waffle 2.0:

    Dude you're joking right? Cruise is like 4 feet tall. Seagal is the douche master, although I do respect his martial arts credentials.

    Here's the 'Cruiser' accepting some gay scientology award. Warning - what you're about to see is shocking and insane.

  • In reply to Waffle 2.0:

    Ok, I must give you a pass on the whipped cream and tom cruise comments (are they somehow related?)

    I will just look past them because I like you. We'll just pretend they never happened. Let's just never mention them again.

  • In reply to Waffle 2.0:

    ha! It's my guilty pleasure. I love iced coffee that tastes like chocolate milk and Tom Cruise movies.

    I also like cats.

    Now it's getting weird.

  • In reply to Waffle 2.0:

    oh jesus, i forgot about that! Holy cow!

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    For anyone who hasn't seen the leaked Scientology interview. Wow. Tom Cruise has left the reservation. Nutjob.

  • ha! there is no doubt that Tommy is crazy but you can't tell me Last Samurai wasn't awesome. Love it.

    Seagall is the hardest working man in showbiz. I think he wrote, produced, directed and starred in 35 films in 2011. Straight to video baby. Gangster.


  • Thank God that if I ever get in an accident Tom Cruise will be there.. he's the only one that can help! Doctors be damned!

  • In reply to Shady:

    I like his comment on the Titans game.

  • i'm trying to plan a trip to the titans game. figure it should be easy to get tickets, and nashville is supposedly nice in november. nicer than nyc, at least.

    so instead of saying "i have nothing to say about this game," i'm gonna go ahead and say, "the bears better win this one."

  • Hey Jeff! Long time man! Krista and I are headed to the Bay area this fall to watch the Bears Kick the shit out of Harbaugh and crew. Figure out a way to get out here man. Also, who do you think the Bears should target at 19?

  • In reply to waynealonscott:

    Don't address him directly. Do not look him in the eye. He said Hightower a few threads back.

  • He can smell your fear.

    Ha. you're on a roll today maing.

  • any of you guys into coffee at all?

    Fuckme, when I go big, I'm getting this thing... in my shitter. Looks amazing:

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    coffee is gay. iced coffee that tastes like chocolate and whipped cream is heaven.

  • In reply to Waffle 2.0:

    Skip the coffee - just buy a hot chocolate, maing.

  • In reply to MikeBrownhadaPosse:

    need the caffeine. horrible sleeping habits.

  • In reply to Waffle 2.0:

    way way waaaaaayyyyyytaminute....

    coffee... is gay.... but a hot chockie with sweetbutter and a swirly whipped cream surprise is... not gay?

    I think I just fell through a wormhole into an alternate universe.

    I will give you one thing, THIS is mana... trust me on that one:

    The vanilla + caramel Ice blended with swirled caramel on the inside of the cup. Fuck, that stuff is like crack... I swear it is. Try one.

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    Still chuckling about the whipped cream surprise -> gay tie.

    Good one, MB.

  • In reply to SC Dave:

    dave, I'm not against whipped cream in it's proper place (the bedroom of course) but on your morning fucking coffee?!?!

    I have a buddy who only drinks strong, black coffee with nothing in it. I couldn't do that either... that's nasty.

    I love ya johnny, but that's a little fruity maings. (btw, we missed you on last night, we had some good haji-ing)

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    i ended up getting really drunk on Manhattans and watching Inception.

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    Black coffee, yes. Triple Turkish Mocha. Black cocaine.The Sam Elliot cuppa. The Nick Nolte. The Clint Eastwood.

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    If coffee is gay I'm changing my handle to Richard Simmons.

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    My thought for the day is Missouri TE, Michael Egnew. Bigger, Faster version of Greg Olsen. He's 6'5" 252, 4.54 40 at the Combine. Ranked 116th by NFL Draft Scout. He could be there in the 4th round for us.
    By Comparison Olsen was listed at 6'4" 250 with a 4.75 40.

  • In reply to Big Mike:

    Olsen's combine showing also failed to show he had a vagina.

  • BAAAAAAAAAAAAAHAHAHAHAHAHAhahahahahaha.... heeeeeeee heeeeeee.... heeee... heee.... hee hee.... uhhhh.... heh.

    ...true story.

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    Looking at the TE position, I can't believe that Kellen Davis came in the same year as Earl Bennett. Bennett seems like a veteran and Kellen Davis seems like a rookie. We got him in the 5th round. He was projected to be a mid- 2nd round choice.

    Here is what SI said about Kellen Davis
    POSITIVES: Large, athletic tight end who may finally be hitting his stride. Runs well for a big man, adjusts to the errant throw, and plays with excellent body control. Shows natural skills catching the ball and extends to make the reception away from his frame. Blocks with good pad level, stays square, and strong at the point of attack.

    NEGATIVES: Does not play to his 40 time or show the ability to create mismatches in the secondary. Average blocker who really does not dominate the opposition. Underachiever the past two years.

    ANALYSIS: Davis is a prospect with terrific upside and the potential to be a number one tight end at the next level. He must continue to show improvement in all areas of his game, but the arrow is pointing north for him.

  • In reply to Big Mike:

    On his negatives: The game is too fast for any player that can't read his assignments.before the next snap. Phil doesn't notice underachievers. Ha, take that.

  • In reply to Big Mike:

    SI really nailed that.

  • In reply to Big Mike:

    Definite breakout this year for 'Always Open' in the shadow of Optimus Prime. We are uncoverable as an offense.

  • We are talking about who is moving up the board, but who is sliding down? Well, this guy has fallen to maybe the 3rd round.

    I don't know what the negatives are on this Perry dude, but he's sliding down the board:

  • I think the knock on him is that he is just a pass rusher. I think he is a bad mofo and would love to see him on the field in a Bears uni.

  • Dang, I thought he was maybe our guy. Must be a crack head.

  • My thought for the day is the Minnesota will not pass a law paying for the new Vikings stadium. Its always sad for a fan base, but I can't blame the city for not using tax money on this project. And I can't blame the Vikings for moving somewhere else that will.

    So what's the best move? Bring the Vikings to L.A. with a new mascot (suggestions?). Then shuffle divisions... have the Vikings join the NFC West and the St. Louis Rams join the NFC North. Less travel for all teams concerned and a new creampuff opponent for us twice a year.

    The question then becomes where can the Bucs or Jaguars move to if they can't sell more tickets?

  • In reply to NewBearInTown:

    * The LA Crackpipes
    * The LA Hookers
    * The LA Riots
    * The LA Gang
    * The LA Blow

    I kinda like the last one. Has a ring to it, no?

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    I think the Blow would have the best cheerleaders in the business.

  • O.K. the world has gone right us no love..f-ing prognosticators...yep we lose both Monday Night's in their eyes-

    Give us no luv please:::: time to play angry...GET SOME!!! and take every motherf@#$@$!#$!#Ker's we play learn about the "Chicago Way"

    We can call it "Chi-Gate" "F" the bounty's just time to take people OUT!!!

  • In reply to lobotobear:

    I want so very badly for people to call 8-8 so when we rape and pillage our way through the season people will be shocked and awed by our huge Bear penis and the way we slang it.

    Coples,Mercilus,Upshaw,Perry, Irving,Ingram,Keuchly ALL SOLID D PICKS.

    Let's wrap up McIntosh before the draft and that will make for a solid LB corps.

    I had a dream that we drafted Bruce Irvin and made him a hybrid LB/Nickel that covered the tight end.

    Note to self:

    don't party balls out on a school night

  • In reply to Waffle 2.0:

    If we drafted Ingram it better be as a linebacker - 6'2?
    Praying that Keuchly somehow falls and we don't have to think about it too much. Maybe get Perry in the second, then get a Reuben Randle type in the third, or even Konz in the second, and then Perry in the third, ideally. We could stop the draft at that point and claim our Lombardi without actually playing any football.

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