Posts tagged "Chicago Bears"

Time for Samurai Mike to Come Home

If the Bears want to turn around their defense in 2014, the first move they need to make is to fire defensive coordinator Mel Tucker and replace him with Bears great Mike Singletary. While, Tucker has only been with the Bears for one season, the one thing which stands out is how his defense hasn’t... Read more »

Bears Mike Tice and Jay Cutler Need to Call Dr. Phil

Bears quarterback Jay Cutler doesn’t deserve to get all the blame for his latest sideline incident with Offensive Coordinator Mike Tice during the Bears 34-18 win over the Dallas Cowboys on Monday Night Football. I believe Tice is half to blame for being as slow my uncle getting out his Lazy Boy in making a... Read more »

Wreck Da' (Halas) Halls" (a parody of "Deck the Halls")

Wreck da halls with drafts of Jerry, Wah ha ha ha ha, ha ha ha ha. It’s da’ season to fire Jerry, Wah ha ha ha ha, ha ha ha ha. Don we now our Bears apparel Wah ha ha, ha ha ha, ha ha ha. Roll the dice with Caleb Hanie, Wah ha ha... Read more »
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Jerry (Angelo) the Sun-Tanned GM : Lyrics (to the tune of Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer)

Jerry, the sun-tanned GM has a very shiny tan. And if you ever saw him, you would even say he glows. All of the other GMs laugh at him and trade him bums. They never let poor Jerry draft for any Pro-Bowl gems. Then one dismal Tuesday morn The McCaskeys came to say: “Jerry with the... Read more »

Stumbling Bears (parody of Jingle Bells)

Sludging through the mud In a Mike Martz led game plan Losin’ the fields we go Stumbling all the way Plays in the playbook stink Making QBs cringe What fun it is to pass A idling ‘O’ tonight Oh, stumbling Bears, stumbling Bears Stumbling all the way Oh, what fun it is to pass In... Read more »

Let Walter Payton Rest in Peace..

The new book on Walter Payton (I refuse to mention the author’s name and title of the book) crosses the line in Beardom and is the one thing sacred to all Bears fans. And, I suggest Bears fans everywhere wear their Payton jerseys, caps, pants, and Kangaroo gear or put together a sign and bring... Read more »
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Hey Bears! Retire Ditka's #89

Why haven’t the Chicago Bears retired #89 for Mike Ditka yet? Is it over grudges and hurt feelings because of things said after Ditka was fired as head coach of the Bears? The Bears should let bygones be bygones and honor Mike Ditka by retiring the number he wore as a player: 89. Whether Bears... Read more »
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    Life story in 50 words or so: Born in Bucktown to a middle-class family and has lived in Chicago his entire life, now residing on the far Northwest Side. Attended St. Hedwig, Lane Tech, Triton College and Eastern Illinois University. Has worked myriad jobs in the city, including many years as a bartender; is now a substitute teacher. Currently, is working on finishing his Masters in Education along with studying for his National Strength and Conditoning Association (NCSA) certification test ..................................................................................... Self-description: An avid sports fan, he describes himself as an average, "300-level guy." "I've never been a rich man, I've never been a poor man; I've been in-between." He is as much of a through-and-through Chicagoan as one will meet. He is proud of his Chicago accent and works to give back to the community. A humble man, he values a strong work ethic, which his dad instilled in him............ Writing experiences: Describes himself as the "most opinionated person in Chicago." He tries to get the average guy's voice out there, modeling his writing after the conversations he had with patrons when he was a Wrigleyville bartender. "I'm trying to let people know what is going on. Most of the things I write about, people are thinking about." He considers himself the voice for the working Chicagoan who doesn't think his opinion can be heard. His favorite topics to write about are sports and observations about what's happening in Chicago, and the two often mesh................................................................................... Unique traits: He attended EIU on a football scholarship as an offensive lineman and has been an athlete and sports fan all his life. A favorite childhood memory is racing home from school to catch Cubs games. His house is decorated with Chicago sports memorabilia; his favorite item is a letter written to him by former Bear Dan Hampton. He hopes to one day open an upscale sports bar (in Chicago, of course) and put his collection on display. — By Dan Waters, Tribune reporter

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