Quick Audibles From the Long Snapper

Quick Audibles From the Long Snapper

I'm up in the mountains of Woodstock, NY so today will be an abbreviated post. We will have an uber-meaningless fourth preseason game preview column tomorrow and will post my pile of predictions for the 2012 NFL season on Friday.

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Production has begun and will be completed by tomorrow afternoon. All shirts will be on the road to you by Friday morning. We will be making a second round of shirts available for sale some time after the start of the season (most likely October).

Adios, Mr. Morrissey

I read Rick Morrissey's inane, worthless diatribe in the Sun-Times this morning out of boredom if nothing else. And I am now fully comfortable with my decision for 2012: I will no longer cite or reflect upon anything written by a Chicago columnist during the 2012 season. I will stick to the folks I respect on the fringe of the Bears coverage: my friends Roy and Adam Oestmann. They are talented individuals with opinions I respect. I can't say the same about Morrissey, Haugh...etc.

That Does Not Go For the Actual Reporters...

...and Potash does not profile work in the Sun-Times on fullback Tyler Clutts - a player it is quite hard not to root for. I think the Bears would be making a possibly devastating mistake if they believe Evan Rodriguez is capable of anchoring the power run game they're trying to implement with Matt Forte and the acquisition of Michael Bush. Clutts is the best blocking back on this current roster. He should make this team.

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    I could not believe Morrissey's article. The Bears' pre-season performance has never been an indicator of anything. Many seasons I haven't even recognized the Week 1 Bears. From Game 1 to Game 5 the Bears will change dramatically. From week to week the team will perform differently.

    So what conclusions can you make from pre-season. Only the ones you wanted to make anyhow. Morrisey goes into the the category of Marriotti, Rosenbloom, Haugh as simply trying to write a negative story.

  • In reply to Big Mike:

    I did post the top five rushing, passing, total yardage teams from last pre-season (last or second last thread) and then the end results after regular season. I think NYG and NO might have been the only two who appeared in both lists. NYG were 2nd best rushing team PS but were last in the regular season I think. Arizona were the top O and top passing O PS.

    And then there's the Lions going unbeaten before their suckout season.

  • Pre-season 2011:

    Total Offense (YPG)
    1. Arizona Cardinals 403.2
    2. Detroit Lions 385.8
    3. Washington Redskins 385.5
    4. New Orleans Saints 368.5
    5. Denver Broncos 366.2

    Passing (YPG)
    1. Arizona Cardinals 291.5
    2. Denver Broncos 254.2
    3. Detroit Lions 251.8
    4. New Orleans Saints 248.5
    5. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

    Rushing (YPG)
    1. Minnesota Vikings 155.8
    2. New York Giants 148.2
    3. San Francisco 49ers 147.5
    4. Washington Redskins 145.0
    5. Houston Texans

    Regular seson 2011:
    League Leaders - Offense

    Total Offense (YPG)
    1. New Orleans Saints 467.1
    2. New England Patriots 428.0
    3. Green Bay Packers 405.1
    4. Philadelphia Eagles 399.1
    5. Detroit Lions 396.

    Passing (YPG)
    1. New Orleans Saints 334.2
    2. New England Patriots 317.8
    3. Green Bay Packers 307.8
    4. Detroit Lions 300.9
    5. New York Giants 295.9

    Rushing (YPG)
    1. Denver Broncos 164.5
    2. Houston Texans 153.0
    3. Carolina Panthers 150.5
    4. Minnesota Vikings 144.9
    5. Philadelphia Eagles 142.2

  • Hmmm- I hope my shirt gets here before I leave for Mexico next Thursday.
    And Jeff you have to cut those guys some slack, they have to write something about this otherwise meaningless preseason BS.

  • I didn't like the demo on madden but I really love the actual game. It is really realistic and the run game is crazy.

    I really like how dangerous Hester is on this game on special teams and..... Good God it's so nice to have a legit WR on the game that I didn't trade for in franchise mode. Marshall gets open, has hands, and is quick. Hester pissed me off last night and cost me a win when he got wide open and had at least 5 or 8 yards on the guy he beat. Did Cutler throw a bad pass? No. Did the DB catch back up with Hester? No. Devin Hester dropped the most wide open pass I have seen in my life.

    The only two things I didn't like is how I can't be a DE or DT without getting destroyed by the o-line and the strip button seems useless now.. I mean, rookies are looking like future LT's against Peppers.

  • In case you don't know what I am talking about it when describing the run game and whenever you have the ball in your hand..


  • Anyone read this..?


  • You don't need a weatherman to know which way the wind blows.

  • Gosh, what a revelation....good thing no one wants to rub it in.....hind sight is always 20/20.
    This is a new year with new challenges.....and as always, will be fun to watch!

  • In reply to MaddBearfan:

    My wife had a brand new Padded cell built with a urinal, and tapper coming out of the wall, and the TV,recliner, and table anchored to the floor. Gosh I love watching the Bears play football!

  • So... it's decision time.

    New Madden? I don't know... I've read some shit people have posted that make it seem like I don't want it.

    No more franchise mode?


  • In reply to Who is Willie Gault:

    Gems and dragons, bang bang bitches!

    Picking my copy up after work today for PS3. I think I would be cool if we could get a blog tourney going. You fuckers interested?

  • In reply to Shady:

    I'm probably in, althought I've only played madden a couple times and I suck. So no sudden death tourneys pls.

    So, just curious... are you going to pick up your CD after you check your account ballance at the bank... with a teller, and send a quick hi to your friend by dropping off a hand written note at the post office?

    (Bang! Bang!)

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    Are you guys not doing CS:GO then?

    That's a bummer.

  • In reply to gpldan:

    still thinking about it GP. wasn't that impressed with the video. wish they had a demo.

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    I played some office last night. Here's PS3 footage from the level that pretty much captures the gameplay


  • In reply to MB30SD:

    Yes, (so I can share said disk with cheap ass friend) but not until I hop in my steam car to drop off some film for development, return a VHS tape and get my sundial adjusted/ STOP.

  • In reply to Shady:


  • In reply to Shady:

    Be kind. Rewind.

  • In reply to Who is Willie Gault:

    +1. The copy of Gleeming The Cube that I stole from blockbuster back when they were a powerhouse still has that sticker.

    Had my FF draft today. My name is Gems and Dragons.

  • In reply to Crown:

    FInal Fantasy draft?

    Sign me up!

  • In reply to Crown:

    By the way, Gleaming the Cube is the best childhood movie ever. I had a pair of the sick spiderweb Airwalks that he rocks in the last scene.

    Close second? RAD.

  • In reply to Who is Willie Gault:

    RAD was the tits. I pertended I could skate for a while, even though all I could pull off was an 1/8 inch ollie after alligning the back wheel into the concrete break line in the sidewalk.

    The scariest movie I saw when I was a kid was Mask with Cher. That dude's grill made me run out of the theater and cry. Never did re-enter.

    I only do one FF league to keep it simple with the same crew going on seven or so years now. I can't keep up with more than that.

  • In reply to Who is Willie Gault:

    Weird Science and The Sure Thing for me. Watched them way too many times.

  • In reply to Who is Willie Gault:

    "Bitch kneed my nuts!"

  • In reply to Who is Willie Gault:

    RAD? I was more down with BMX Bandits, and Nicole Kidmann is still hot.

    Best 80's movie - Better Off Dead

  • I think you guys'll enjoy this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=ORj4M0OigaQ

    Check out the basket lebron makes just fucking around. Damn.

  • In reply to MB30SD:


    Don't know why I clicked on that.

    Rose would have stood around the whole time, stoic.


    Not like these happy go lucky carefree bitches acting like a JV girls sleep away camp. Fucking pillow fighting, dancing, nail painting, gossiping little bitches.


    (I hate Lebron. And his face.)

  • In reply to Who is Willie Gault:

    Well then you may like this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=w7eGz7oSmz8#!

  • In reply to Who is Willie Gault:

    Hardaway. Hehe.

    Anybody remember Little Penny, the animated puppet voiced by Chris Rock?

    Or Tim Hardaway's "I got skillz" tv spots?

  • In reply to gpldan:

    My favorite:


    Memories of high school...

  • In reply to NewBearInTown:

    Another basketball classic (a little older):


  • In reply to NewBearInTown:

    Both of those were great...

    I used to love the Timmy "I got skillz" ad... That went early 90's version of viral on the playground.

    Timmy and Anfernee were awesome. Until they weren't.

  • In reply to Who is Willie Gault:

    Still can't really hold a bulls conversation. Did you see this though: http://youtu.be/nNie2vuBbpw


  • In reply to Crown:

    Yeah, loved it.

    Oddly enough, my old roommate's brother is the director.

    Doubt he's gonna hook up the autographed sneakers, but I inquired.

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    I'm not a basketball fan (I pretty much sucked at it so never played enough to really appreciate the game), but even I gotta love that.

  • In reply to SC Dave:

    You don't say. A white guy from the south can't play basketball. Would have never guessed.

  • In reply to Crown:

    I had that coming, except for the part about "from the south". I was born in Cook County Hospital and raised in the near west suburbs.

  • In reply to SC Dave:

    Yea you did. You were born within Bears city limits. Respect SC

  • In reply to Crown:

    Cook County hospital, no less.

    It's a wonder you're still alive, Dave.

  • In reply to gpldan:

    Very true. Now that place was a shit show.

  • Um is that a homeless man? And how did he get onto the field?



  • The Chicago Bears should sign Terrel Owens! It would give them another threat and would be good for marketing. Terrel "TO" Owens could make a big city come back for his career with Jay Cutler and the sizzling Chicago Bears offense!

    As far as Crown's offensive comments from yesterday: I think you are probably illiterate. I have never said I have a daughter or that if so, she was raped. I do not. you made that up. It is still very inappropriate and i will not forgive you. Go to NYC and stay there. I have nothing against you personally i just don't think your commentary is very intelligent. You do not seem to know much about sport of football and you are a hand puppet trac.

  • In reply to BlitzKrieg:


  • In reply to BlitzKrieg:

    Bang Bang!

  • In reply to BlitzKrieg:

    Shut your cock-holster.

  • In reply to Viva:

    You can change your world by changing your words... Remember, death and life are in the power of the tongue.

    - Joel Osteen

  • In reply to BlitzKrieg:

    I think thats what Mrs. Osteen was heard screaming while slapping around that flight attendant over little tiny bottles of airline liquor.

  • In reply to Johnnywad:

    don't feed the packer troll

  • In reply to MB30SD:


  • In reply to BlitzKrieg:

    It's funny, Trac used to be a fan of Joel Olsteen.

  • In reply to gpldan:

    Oh shit. So, I wasted that rant on a packer fan. Based on the writing, it must be a grade schooler.

  • In reply to Crown:

    No, it's just Trac.

    Blitz is his sock puppet with a funny voice. Kind of like Mel Gibson in the Beaver.

    And, like Mel, it's just more sad than anything else. The guy needs professional help.

  • Interesting question the Bears are facing right now at the punter position. Heard Zach Zaidman talk about this a couple of weeks ago.

    Podlesh will probably be good to go within a few weeks, but probably not in game 1. So they just need a reliable fill-in for 2-3 games. The obvious choice among FA kickers is Brad Maynard.

    The problem is, NFL vets can claim "severance pay" (forgot the official term) one time in their careers. That severance pay kicks in if they are on a team's roster in week 1, but get cut before week 17. The rule is that if they are released mid-season , they can still collect game checks for the whole season, even if not on the roster. This pay goes against the cap. Maynard has never had the chance to exercise this option.

    If the Bears sign Maynard for 2-3 games and then cut him, at his age he will likely opt to take the severance pay. At vet minimums, that's almost $1 million against the cap. If the Bears get a rookie and just pay him for the 2-3 games, its more like a couple hundred grand. That cap space isn't going to sign Mario Williams, but it will matter in the ability to sign veteran role players (like a punter) this year if we have injuries, or next year (remember that cap space carries over now). Hence, we're not looking at Maynard, and we're auditioning rookies.

    This is the kind of thing that most fans don't understand, but that Emery was very smart to realize. Zaidman says this kind of concern is very typical cap management stuff in the league. Emery loses nothing by signing Maynard a day before we go to Indy; I'm glad to see him trying to find a more economical solution.

  • In reply to NewBearInTown:

    It's the Bears. You know they're gonna go cheap - maybe some Ukrainian soccer player who will work for rubles.

    I'm just interested in that roster spot. We may have to let go of someone we really don't have to just to carry an extra punter?

  • Yeah, that would suck. Hopefully there is some way around that.

  • "me make field goal time! boom boom!"

  • In reply to gpldan:

    Double boom boom!

  • I used to think that as well, but several on the blog have pointed out that that hasn't been true in a few years. The Bears paid top dollar for Peppers and weren't being cheap with Cutler either. This year we gave Briggs decent money and signed Marshall, who does pretty well cash wise. And maybe the most impressive of all in my mind, we have Johnny Knox on the roster (getting paid and spending a lot of money on doctors) when the odds of him playing this year are extremely slim.

    The punter issue isn't really about being cheap as much as it is about being prudent with the cap. I'm sure Redskins fans are just as angry at their owner for spending big bucks on lousy players as Bengals fans are that the bucks aren't spent at all. You want the team to spend money, but to spend it wisely.

    As far as the roster spot, I believe Podlesh will not take up a roster spot if he goes on the PUP list. If we want the option to bring him back any time, he takes a spot. The reason for this rule is basically to minimize team's ability to hog the good backups when players go down for a week or two here and there.

  • In reply to NewBearInTown:

    Can't go on PUP if you've practiced this year.

  • In reply to NewBearInTown:

    Is Quigley injured? He punted the shit out of the ball last time.

    Chris Cooley anyone?


  • Anyone who watched Roy's post-game podcast would have been interested in KD's possible attitude problem which may see him cut - possibly to keep a spot on the roster for Clutts. He's a guy who may have to be cut before finding himself and then succeeding elsewhere. Cut KD, sign Cooley, keep Spaeth and Adams. One of them goes down you sign some dude. That's maybe the only way we keep Clutts.

  • Unless KD shows me something in the last preseason game, I'm good cutting him and keeping Clutts. You can be Andre the Giant's size, but if you can't seperate from LBs in the redzone or otherwise you're worthless. Lots of talk with Davis, not enough punch so far. E. Rod may not be able to clear out lanes like we hoped, but I know he can catch and get open. Clutts can do the clearing.

  • Irish I'm pretty shocked you're so willing to shit can KD. You used to always beat the drum for the guy.

  • In reply to CanadaBear:

    The dude is the Kris Humpries of football...

  • In reply to gpldan:

    Not a bad call, but are you just basing that on the fact both look like mixed Neanderthals?

  • In reply to CanadaBear:

    I know, but he's kinda taking up a roster spot now ...

  • Davis is an expensive roster spot this year, but most of that money is already gone on a signing bonus ($1.35 million), the rest of his salary ($700K) is actually less than the cap hit we would incur by cutting him ($1.35 million signing bonus accelerated from next year to this year). So if we cut him now we will lose $650K in cap space - roughly the cost of one veteran. But we free up $3.85 million next year. If we keep him now we save the $650K this year, but pay $1.35 million next year whether or not we cut him. If he plays next year, in addition to the $1.35 million, he will get another $2.5 million ($3.85 million total).

    Odds are Davis will play as well as Adams or Cooley, and the cost to keep him is cheap. And Tice is really high on him, so I think he'll actually play better than that. He might not be an elite TE, but he is a starter.

    Cap wise it does not make sense to cut him this year. He's got too much upside and the savings are minimal. We're better off playing him this year and hoping the investment pans out. If the investment doesn't work out, we lose all of $700K and have the benefit of waiting an extra year to cover the signing bonus. If he plays like a top level TE, we'll be happy to write a check for the rest of the money as well.

  • In reply to NewBearInTown:

    Do you know what Spaeth's numbers are?
    Maybe it's just me, but I haven't been impressed.

  • In reply to NewBearInTown:

    Don't know anything about the severance pay but it was always my understanding that if you were on the active roster at the beginning of the season your contract was guaranteed.

  • The enemy is high on CedBen


  • In reply to gpldan:

    He can still play. He's been productive and ran hard in Cinci. He must still just be a total douche to have been looking for work. If Lach's knee isn't close to right for the Thursday nighter with the Cheese, I fear he has a big game.

  • Double digit IQs chat among themselves, wondering if the Bears or Lions pose a bigger threat to their cheese supremacy:


  • In reply to gpldan:

    I noticed a bit of trouble with their, there, and they're on that blog.

    Distinctly unlike the erudite crowd that hangs around here.

  • In reply to SC Dave:

    Sips tea and polishes monocle, "Hear, hear, old fellow. Cheerio!"

  • Pass the Grey Poupon, if you would, sir.

  • In reply to gpldan:


  • In reply to SC Dave:

    Their our, many people on they're blog, and most others that have major problems, with the English language lol. There blog sucks lol. Sadly I see, many recent college graduates, who cant spell use proper punctuation let alone, right a proper sentense or paragraph lol. They're is a thing called the dictionary lol.

  • In reply to TheFifth:

    that was both painful and funny

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    Like this:


  • In reply to gpldan:

    no, that was just painful.

    At least they had my dog at the end... not my actual dog, but the same breed as my dogs. He's doing what's called the hucklebutt in the English Bull Terrier community.

  • While waiting for a draft to start I was queueing up Jay to draft him in the 8th or whatever, when I looked at his projections for the first time. This is Nfl.com. 13 TDs 7 INTs.
    They must figure he's only going to play four games.

  • 4 games - 1 of which where he is paid by some bookie to go out, toss 7 INTs, and go down with a "lacerated spleen".

  • Speaking of fantasy drafts, this one's for Sac: http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=078gtNawin4#!

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    That guy should do a CedBen one, it could be hilarious.

  • In reply to gpldan:

    My favorite part is when the guy playing Tebow throws the ball into the ground.

  • In reply to gpldan:

    what was that funny though, I didn't get it?

  • In reply to MB30SD:


  • Interesting, but not shocking at all: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/08/28/no-easy-day-bin-laden-raid-book_n_1837947.html?icid=maing-grid7%7Cmaing11%7Cdl3%7Csec1_lnk2%26pLid%3D198476

    "He asked his followers for decades to wear suicide vests or fly planes into buildings, but didn’t even pick up his weapon. In all of my deployments, we routinely saw this phenomenon. The higher up the food chain the targeted individual was, the bigger a pussy he was.”

    On a different topic, manning looked pretty good last night.

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    In all of my deployments, we routinely saw this phenomenon. The higher up the food chain the targeted individual was, the bigger a pussy he was.

    That's also true of my deployments, as well. Granted, they are of a different sort of rescue and recovery. A universal truth, perhaps?

  • In reply to gpldan:


  • interesting how low the bar was "A COUPLE OF YEARS AGO" and now we get nose bleeds with our receiving corp...bye bye:


  • In reply to lobotobear:

    I'd rather have a Joe Anderson type than Dane Sanzenbacher. Dane is like a tiny dog that certainly has a lot of fight and heart but when paired up with a pit bull or a german shepherd would get his ass torn up.

    Now that i've posted this he will have 5 TD catches this year. You can thank me later Dane.

  • In reply to Waffle:

    Waffle..I agree not a big Sanzy fan....they are trying to put the Tom Waddle tag on him or a Largent Tag..not going to happen..I'm afraid this choice puts Clutts on the outside looking in...I would rather put Summers on the practice squad than keep Sanzy.

    my .02

  • In reply to lobotobear:

    Don't be so sure the Sanzy is in. We're still 21 guys too heavy prior to Friday. I agree that Sanzy is the sixth reciever if we keep six, but there are a lot of other positions that might warrant an "extra" spot other than WR.

    To my mind, we still need help at safety and LB. If we can plug a body into either of those spots that plays better special teams than Sanzy, we might go that route rather than adding another offense guy. Or we might opt for Clutts or Spaeth to keep roster spots. Point is, Sanzy is still on the bubble.

  • In reply to NewBearInTown:

    Garauntee the little Bacher makes the squad. He's one of Cutler's best friends on the team. Pretty sure Jay is getting almost everything he wants this year, especially with a new GM.

  • In reply to Crown:

    Well, Sanzen has been given a lot of playing time. He's covered punts, returned them, played the slot...the Bears are pretty much trying to see what he can do, and apparently, it was enough to get rid of Davis.

    I seriously doubt Joe Anderson get's on the team. He's the same size as Bennett (6'1 195) and there's a lot of guys around the league who have that size and made plays in PS.

    I think we put Joe on the practice squad, which would mean.

    Marshall, Hester, Bennett, Alshon, Weems...

    Then MAYBE Sanzen, or some other WR picked up off the wire.

    Also, remember, that waiver priority is based on last year's record, so we'll get dibs relatively early.

  • don't remind me

  • It appears I am banned from many ChicagoNow sites. Hmmm. I can't post a response to threads, the box just isn't there.

    Like this guy:

    I've never posted some smart-ass shit over there. In fact, the only blog I've posted smart-ass comments is Jenny Milk and Oestermann's ghost town.

    I'm wondering if Jimmy isn't giving me some payback for the whole gnome thing...

  • In reply to gpldan:

    That blog, along with Oestman's, uses a facebook interface for comments instead of the setup Jeff uses. That might be your problem... well, at least your problem with commenting... well, at least your technical problem with finding the commenting box.

  • In reply to NewBearInTown:

    No wait, I was also a smart-ass on the Jenna High Gloss and Sauce cesspool. And then there was a time I mouthed off on Chicago Bears Huddle. And once, a few of us invaded this one guy's blog who was giant douche. And I went into the ChicagoNow feedback blog when this site first came out and compared it to the reaction that Zuck got at Harvard when he created the website that rated chick's hotness.

    Yeah - this may be problem.

    But thanks for the heads up on the Facebook login issue.

  • In reply to gpldan:

    I have problems responding on this blog sometimes. I just have to close all open windows, and restart Firefox. Seems to work most times.

  • BOOM!

    New meeting date in Chicago. Sept 24th. And what's on Sept. 23rd... Home game against the rams. I'll be there.

    Who's in?

    Oh, and will one of you locals take me here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=33zPlnhymCU#!

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    MB, Sep 25th is Yom Kippor, so I doubt I'm going to the game two days beforehand. But I'd be down to say hi if blog folks are getting together.

    Jeff has my email, keep me in the loop.

  • In reply to NewBearInTown:

    ahhhh right NB.

    that would be great. I shall leave it in everyone else's hands.

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    Hey, I'll be in town that week starting the 22nd to the 28th. Trying to go to the game, but bujjeeeeezuz, the damn ticks are soooo expensive. I was thinking about wasting it at the bar instead...Keep me posted.

  • Ohhhhh, now I know why we got rid of Amobi.


    Given that Collins & Price look solid, gotta give the staff credit here. I guess they just didn't want to throw Amobi under the bus by revealing his inj. Classy move, but completely threw me for a loop.

    Hmmmm....So, will we go with 10 D-linemen this year? You know Lovie likes his Dlinemen nice and fresh.

    (DE) Pepp, Izzy, Shea; (DT) Melton, Toe, Paea
    (DE) Woot, Chauney; (DT) Collins, Price

  • wow, that sucks. I liked him a lot. Good move Emery.

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    oh, and... Im'a start that diet up next week though.

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    Bang! Bang!

  • LM: #Bears have re-signed WR Terriun Crump and waived/injured LB Dom DeCicco.

  • terriun crump? Seriously?

    Johnny will be super stoked about the Dommer!

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    Get crump, muthafuckas, get crump, get crump.


    Hey, I'll be on tonight - I haven't seen anything from Jeff about tickets. I'm going to annoy him on Twitter and see if he posts something.

  • In reply to MikeBrownhadaPosse:

    ok, I'll be on as well.

    You aren't going to be in Chitown at the end of sept by chance are you?

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    Nope - I won't be in Illinois until December unless something oddball happens.

  • In reply to MikeBrownhadaPosse:

    Crump? of all the WRs, we're keeping him? So does this mean Dane is out?

  • Crump is a bigger faster more aggressive Dane.....umm....well everyone is a bigger faster more aggressive version of Dane.

  • In reply to Waffle:

    I'll take 6'2 223 playing specials all day long. Bye Bye Dane. Love your heart....just not on the Chicago Bears.

  • Shame about DeCicco. Word was he came to came ready to play this year.

  • In reply to NewBearInTown:

    Yes indeed NB, too bad it was to play badminton and not NFL football

  • In reply to NewBearInTown:

    Yeah, i always get pissed when we let a guy go that wouldn't play a down on any other team in the league yet we talked about him backing up HALL OF FAME linebacker Brian Urlacher.

    Put a fucking tackling dummy out there on defense and it will make more plays than the slightly above average college safety that Dom was.

    Head. About. To. Explode.

  • http://espn.go.com/nfl/transactions

    btw, Unaga waived! Buh bye.

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    here's the just us direct link: http://espn.go.com/nfl/team/transactions/_/name/chi/chicago-bears

  • In reply to MB30SD:

    It's about damn time. He was on our roster for what, three years? Anytime you're a HB moved to play FB, that's no bueno.

    I'm glad I will never again have to say, "Oh yeah, I forgot about Unga."

  • Amen

  • Walter Payton on SNL, before We are Kickers video. One of my favorite SNL skits.


  • So, I was suuupper bored and turned on the Cowboys-Dolphins game.

    Not much to get excited over. Some LBs from the teams might interest the Bears.

    But, watching the Cowboys is a bit surreal, even in PS. They have a 60yd screen, for one. When the teams enter their locker rooms, their "tunnels" look more like players running through the aisles of Dave and Busters. Irvin is announcing the game, sloppily.

    Then at half-time the Owner/GM Jerry Jones is evaluating the first half of the 4rth game of PS, saying things like, "Vintage McGahee, but he needs to get rid of the ball faster." Then, there's the PapaJohns commercial of said owner RAPPING.

    Oh, and they also have mics with little electronic changing ads on them.

    WTF? It's like I entered an Episode of Futurama.

  • hahahahaha... fryyyyyyyy!

  • Lance Dunbar looks good, running the ball, returning it. He'd be a great pickup as third back if he gets cut.

  • yeah, he did look great, but I doubt he's gonna get released. I think the Cowboys had enough with Jones and may even trade him and keep Dunbar.

    Hey, Irish, you got a shit load of WRs in the FF auction league lol

    If you want, I got a starting HB in Donald Brown (Colts). Dude has size and speed, and I have a feeling he's going to be relied upon in that double TE set. Luck will keep the Ds from stacking the box.

    Let me know.

  • and now for something totally different: http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=fvwp&v=ScvdFeh1aOw&NR=1

    The best part about that video isn't even the half-naked hotty, it's the dude's Italian accent. Fucking brilliant.

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  • www.chicagofootballtalk.com/blog/alshon-jeffery-continues-to-punish-nfl-defenders

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    More douche baggery from Morrissey. Now is he not only a douche, he's captain obvious. Bears defense getting older. No kidding.

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