Grossman Falters When Needed Most

Grossman Falters When Needed Most

There are 95 comments on the The Associated Press story from Feb 4, 2007, titled Grossman Falters When Needed Most . In it, The Associated Press reports that:

This was the Rex Grossman that the Chicago Bears and their fans feared. When the Bears needed a clutch throw to catch up in the fourth quarter, their quarterback couldn't connect.

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MN Bears Fan

Detroit Lakes, MN

#99 Feb 6, 2007
vikes06 wrote:
rex blows, i don"t feel bad for bears fans at all, you had it coming trusting a chump like him. hahahahaha i hope it stings and I know it does.
Nobody knows what losing feels like more than Vikes fans. I find it hilarious that you think your opinion matters. We are talking about NFL teams in this particular blog, not those that were mathematically eliminated in October.
X Raider fan

United States

#100 Feb 6, 2007
Yeah I feel the same wall. Grossman choked badly it seemed like every play he called wasnt nsync, he looked very weak. Poor performance for a super bowl quarter back. They need to slap him in the face to wake up and smell the coffee.
pee ridge

Hernando, MS

#101 Feb 7, 2007
I think the QB position is overated
bob medford

Atlanta, GA

#102 Feb 7, 2007
I think you should put bears grossman and Panthers Jake Delhome togather in a trade , you could mabe get a high ob for both . The are not winners.

bob m

“VIKINGS, NFC NORTH CHAMPIONS!!”

Since: Dec 06

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#104 Feb 7, 2007
Rex Grossman wrote:
I am sick of playing QB. Next year I am going to pump gas at my uncles' Chevron station.
I hear McDonalds is looking for a night mananger.

“VIKINGS, NFC NORTH CHAMPIONS!!”

Since: Dec 06

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#107 Feb 7, 2007
Rex Grossman wrote:
<quoted text>Do I get to eat all the McGriddles I want?
Hell no! What do you think this is, Jack in the Box?
Fred in Texas

Ogden, UT

#108 Feb 7, 2007
The colts won because tbey have one of the best QB'S in history. Not only because of his performance but, because of his leadership. He made sure that his guys didnt feel down after that bizzare start and after he analyzed the Bears D it wall all over

NJJ

Since: Jan 07

Harristown, IL

#109 Feb 7, 2007
Rex Grossman was not expected to win the Super Bowl. He's still learning. I think it took a lot of guts for the kid to take all the "Guff" from the media, sportscasters, and his own city. Lovie knows what he's doing with the kid, and some day soon Rex will make Chicago proud.(They should be already)
wooo

Arrington, TN

#112 Feb 7, 2007
NJJ wrote:
Rex Grossman was not expected to win the Super Bowl. He's still learning. I think it took a lot of guts for the kid to take all the "Guff" from the media, sportscasters, and his own city. Lovie knows what he's doing with the kid, and some day soon Rex will make Chicago proud.(They should be already)
Tell a Bear fan he was not expected to win .Oh please
Jints wait till next year

Aurora, CO

#113 Feb 8, 2007
wooo wrote:
<quoted text>Tell a Bear fan he was not expected to win .Oh please
What the hell are you talking about???The Giants played the Cowboys in the superbowl....moron
ed iverson

Jersey City, NJ

#114 Feb 8, 2007
The Indianapolis Colts didn't play well 4 turnovers & 2 more interseptions should have been the Bears in first quarter.It was a very poor game by both teams.Net her team disurved to win and I was there.
Joe Chicago

Owens Cross Roads, AL

#115 Feb 8, 2007
Bears fans are just a little too forgiving. They'll always be disappointed, left empty-handed standing by their man. But it's always entertaining.

I still remember Miller when he was QB. Only slightly more intelligent than Grossman [not saying much], I remember a Monday night game, it's 3rd down with only inches left for the first down. Madden was there, marketting his video game but offering brilliant and cutting analysis. The camera pans on the ball. A couple of lines appear on the screen - inches to a first down!

Madden says: "You know what Miller's average 3rd down conversion distance is?" Something like that. Couldn't stop laughing. Needless to say Miller didn't convert and the Bears had to punt.

Yeah it's Bears and Cubs die-hard loyalty that gives American sports fans a never-ending source of laughter.
Cool Hand Luke

Lake Charles, LA

#116 Feb 8, 2007
Joe Chicago wrote:
Bears fans are just a little too forgiving. They'll always be disappointed, left empty-handed standing by their man. But it's always entertaining.
I still remember Miller when he was QB. Only slightly more intelligent than Grossman [not saying much], I remember a Monday night game, it's 3rd down with only inches left for the first down. Madden was there, marketting his video game but offering brilliant and cutting analysis. The camera pans on the ball. A couple of lines appear on the screen - inches to a first down!
Madden says: "You know what Miller's average 3rd down conversion distance is?" Something like that. Couldn't stop laughing. Needless to say Miller didn't convert and the Bears had to punt.
Yeah it's Bears and Cubs die-hard loyalty that gives American sports fans a never-ending source of laughter.
I want tell anyone you're a CUBS fan.
Hot on the trail

Lake Charles, LA

#117 Feb 8, 2007
MN Bears Fan wrote:
<quoted text>
Nobody knows what losing feels like more than Vikes fans. I find it hilarious that you think your opinion matters. We are talking about NFL teams in this particular blog, not those that were mathematically eliminated in October.
Are you the ruling master on this blog. How about we don't talk about the Chicago Bears.
ubeillin

Orlando, FL

#118 Feb 9, 2007
Joe Chicago wrote:
Bears fans are just a little too forgiving. They'll always be disappointed, left empty-handed standing by their man. But it's always entertaining.
I still remember Miller when he was QB. Only slightly more intelligent than Grossman [not saying much], I remember a Monday night game, it's 3rd down with only inches left for the first down. Madden was there, marketting his video game but offering brilliant and cutting analysis. The camera pans on the ball. A couple of lines appear on the screen - inches to a first down!
Madden says: "You know what Miller's average 3rd down conversion distance is?" Something like that. Couldn't stop laughing. Needless to say Miller didn't convert and the Bears had to punt.
Yeah it's Bears and Cubs die-hard loyalty that gives American sports fans a never-ending source of laughter.
The Bears & Cubs are hardly in the same boat. The Bears at least have been to 2 Super Bowls, winning one of them by 36 points. And had probably the best team the NFL has seen in the last 25 years. Have been to the playoffs on a somewhat consistent basis, but the Cubs are a different matter all together.

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