A mind-blowing loss

A mind-blowing loss

There are 183 comments on the Chicago Tribune story from Sep 21, 2008, titled A mind-blowing loss. In it, Chicago Tribune reports that:

After the Bears blow a late 10-point lead and fall in overtime, Tribune reporter David Haugh questions their mental toughness David Haugh On the Bears 10:41 PM CDT, September 21, 2008 Pick apart the roster ...

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“"let us, at least be civil"”

Since: Oct 07

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#184 Sep 29, 2008
Believer wrote:
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Honestly...they look a step slower than recent years. They made a big stop when they needed to but most of these guys are on the downhill side of talented.
Come on. They vowed to improve for the Eagles game and they did. The stand on the one was a classic. Heck, they even got on Madden's horsey bus.
To this fan, it is beginning to look like we have a team. A QB who can pass (most of the time) like other QB's, a running back that doesn't fall down when he is touched, some receivers that catch the ball, and a defense that can stop the opponent.
Granted, the division is looking like the weakest sister in the league, but the Bears are playing worthwhile football, and should make the post-season.
The biggest weakness I see continues to be the Oline. They are undersized for today's game, and maybe just s little past it. Need help there to give Orton just a second more.

“Only God will judge me”

Since: Dec 07

Chicago, IL

#185 Sep 29, 2008
overthehill wrote:
<quoted text>Come on. They vowed to improve for the Eagles game and they did. The stand on the one was a classic. Heck, they even got on Madden's horsey bus.
To this fan, it is beginning to look like we have a team. A QB who can pass (most of the time) like other QB's, a running back that doesn't fall down when he is touched, some receivers that catch the ball, and a defense that can stop the opponent.
Granted, the division is looking like the weakest sister in the league, but the Bears are playing worthwhile football, and should make the post-season.
The biggest weakness I see continues to be the Oline. They are undersized for today's game, and maybe just s little past it. Need help there to give Orton just a second more.
COMPLETELy AGREE!

“Stimulate THIS!”

Since: Aug 08

West Frankfort, IL

#186 Oct 1, 2008
Jackie - A very upset fan wrote:
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chronic bad speller and I dont make good points.... ok **** when did i even use cents? I think you are confusing me with someone else. either way this thread just got boring because of **** holes like you who like I said, have nothing relevant to say about the game
Oh Jackie, you are such a "lady" aren't you?

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