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Jay Cutler just the quarterback Chicago Bears need

I know the article is hard to read but the author agrees with you. The author implies that he does not believe the bears will do anything reguarding a trade for Cutler. Reading comprehension is also fundamental.  (Mar 3, 2009 | post #29)

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Lovie Smith puts right man in charge of Bears' defense

I'm sorry, I can't let this go. To suggest that Dungy is leaving football because the "Cover-2 " is no longer effective is just ignorant. Dungy left because he would like to spend time with his family... period.  (Jan 14, 2009 | post #24)

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Bears keep fine-tuning their pedigree of futility

No you are correct. At least I had respect enough to not call the person I replied to names. McMahon whent 11 and 0 as the QB for the bears in 85/86 season. My point is still valid, McMahon was A leader on this 85 bears team. You are the idiot for missing the point of the post.  (Jan 12, 2009 | post #86)

Chicago Tribune

Bears keep fine-tuning their pedigree of futility

Jim McMahon played in every game that season.  (Jan 7, 2009 | post #74)

Chicago Tribune

Bears keep fine-tuning their pedigree of futility

Actually McMahon was one of several leaders on that team. McMahon kept the team lose with his attitude. He played the game with a childlike passion (a lot like Favre) and that rubbed off on the guys around him. McMahon also was not injured most of the season. He missed part of the 3rd game of the season against the Minnesota Viqueens. Remember what happened in that game? McMahon came into the game, in the 4th quarter with the bears down 17 - 9 and on his first pass through TD. He followed that up with 2 more... bears win 33 - 24. You don't think he was a leader? Come on now!  (Jan 7, 2009 | post #73)

Chicago Tribune

Bears' so-so season won't cost Lovie Smith his job - for ...

Not on defense. The bears have above ave. talent on defense.  (Jan 7, 2009 | post #196)

Chicago Tribune

Bears keep fine-tuning their pedigree of futility

Rivera wasn't the defensive coordinator for the entire season. He took over after Ted Cottrell got fired after 8 games. At that point the Chargers record was 3 wins and 5 losses. After Rivera took over the team went on to win 5 and lose 3. I like to think it had something to do with the job Ron did with the defense.  (Jan 6, 2009 | post #71)

Chicago Tribune

Bears keep fine-tuning their pedigree of futility

Yeah, ok. We'll have that conversation on an ice rink in hell.  (Jan 6, 2009 | post #70)

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Bears' so-so season won't cost Lovie Smith his job - for ...

It was Virgil Carter not Vince Evans that was QB for the Fire. Vince Evens was drafted by the Bears in 1977. The World Football League lasted only one season in 1974.  (Jan 5, 2009 | post #149)

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Bears' so-so season won't cost Lovie Smith his job - for ...

Eric - The Chicago Fire was an (american) football team. Check this link http://en.wikipedi a.org/wiki/Chicago _Fire_(American_fo otball)  (Jan 5, 2009 | post #148)

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Bears' so-so season won't cost Lovie Smith his job - for ...

And where do the networks get the money?? They don't print it. The networks get their money to buy the television rights from the advertisers that buy air time during shows like, oh, televised sporting events, sitcoms and stupid reality shows. Why do the advertisers do that? Yes this is simplistic but true. The fans do have leverage but you are correct in saying it will never happen. This is the second time I am agreeing with you at the risk of you insulting me again.  (Jan 5, 2009 | post #147)

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Bears' so-so season won't cost Lovie Smith his job - for ...

bob, Love your passion and agree with most of your points but I gotta ask; Where does the TELEVISION MONEY come from? Consumers who buy products from companies who advertise on TV, right? See, the fans do have leverage to effect change. It will never happen, but the leverage is there.  (Jan 4, 2009 | post #53)

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Bears' so-so season won't cost Lovie Smith his job - for ...

jerseyboy, It's funny (scary) how you work Grossman into every one of your posts. At some point you will need to pull down all the Grossman posters and tear down the shrine and leave your mother’s house. You have a paper route to attend to don’t you?  (Jan 4, 2009 | post #51)

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Bernard Berrian the one that got away for Bears

I DO NOT CARE WHO THE QB IS!! I don't care if his name is Grossman, Orton or McNabb. Your the one with the man-crush on Grossman. I'm sure you think he's cute an all but I think he's taken.  (Jan 4, 2009 | post #177)

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Bears keep fine-tuning their pedigree of futility

Would all of you who have a man-crush on Grossman please give it a rest already. The guy is not playing QB right now because he is a mental midget. This guy couldn't solve the puzzles off the back of a box Coco Puffs. I was a huge supporter of Grossman until it became clear through his performance on the field that he was not a good NFL QB.  (Jan 4, 2009 | post #18)