Lovie Smith's Ego May Have Cost the Chicago Bears a Shot at the Super Bowl
Chicago Bears coach Lovie Smith was positively giddy on January 1, 2012, when the Chicago Bears beat the Minnesota Vikings , 17-13, to finish the season at 8-8. Watching him pump his fist as the game ended confused me into thinking the Bears had won the Super Bowl.
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#1 Aug 24, 2012
I agree whole heartedly with this statement. I beleive coach Smith should take a step back and see what decisions, like calling timeouts when the team is fired up only 20yards from the endzone and moving the ball without a missed step. How frustrating to watch that at times.
#2 Aug 24, 2012
Maybe he had to pee....
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