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Desperate Bears: Favre is just a phone call away

By SanityCheck2, published on Dec 8, 2011

The Chicago Bears who have obtained most of their quarterbacks from the loading docks at UPS or college football powerhouse Vanderbilt are rumored to be so desperate for a quarterback, they are considering pulling Brett Favre’s butt out of a Bass boat in Mississippi and un-retiring for the umpteenth time, the aging wonder.

Two weeks ago, the Bears number one quarterback Jay Cutler was injured attempting to stop a San Diego touchdown reception which unfortunately he had thrown. Given Jay’s performance over the last few years, replacing Cutler should have been a relatively simple thing... (more)

Tags: nfl, brett favre, donovan mcnabb, bears, jay cutler, haleb

NFL Championship Games Thoughts

By Deborah Horton, published on Jan 29, 2011

...had the flu for the past few days and have spent much of that time in bed sick. I did drag myself out of bed for part of the championship games on Sunday but from what little I saw, I missed little. The Packers and the Steelers won but neither team played to their potential while the Jets and Bears played exactly to their potential.

The Packers had their game well in hand as Jay Cutler exhibited the characteristic he is most known for and why he is so disliked by players and fans - narcissism. Cutler is all about me - not the team. He is not a leader. He is in fact a loser. He... (more)

Tags: football, nfl, steelers, bears, jets, packers, championship football

Who To Cheer For

By Deborah Horton, published on Jan 17, 2011

... the playoffs. I've never been a Packers fan as they are direct competition for my team. I admire Aaron Rogers and think he's one of the best QBs in the game. But I just can't see myself cheering for the team that eliminated mine. That's kind of like joining the enemy camp isn't it?

The Bears are quarterbacked by a player I've never had much admiration for in Jay Cutler. He's unpredictable, unreliable, and just plain bad a lot of the time. I know he has played well of late, but the QB he really is, is always lurking in there waiting to be exposed. I just don't think I can cheer... (more)

Tags: football, nfl, playoffs, super bowl, nfc, afc, steelers, bears, jets, packers

Nothing To Lose

By Deborah Horton, published on Dec 29, 2010

...for. The Vikings are headed for a long vacation. There is no post season for them this year. But they came out and played well. They played with energy. They rallied behind their rookie starter Webb who handled the start very well. They were ready to play and the Eagles were not. Now the Bears have home field advantage and the Eagles get the 6th seed on January 8 or 9.

The Eagles were 2 touchdown favorites coming into this game. If you asked just about anyone who would win, they would have said the Eagles. The Vikings were on their 3rd quarterback. They had had to spend 2... (more)

Tags: football, nfl, michael vick, eagles, vikings, bears, joe webb

Like A Box Of Chocolates

By Deborah Horton, published on Nov 17, 2010

This week's Thursday night game pits the Chicago Bears against the Miami Dolphins. Both of these teams can win and both of these teams have problems. Most people would say Miami has more being down to their 3rd string quarterback, but maybe not. The Bears QB Jay Cutler is like a box of chocolates....you never know what you're going to get.

Let's look at some of Cutler's stats from this season: 12 TDs, 9 INT, 30 sacks, and 7 fumbles to go with a 61% passer rating and a little over 1900 yards passing. The Bears are 6-3 atop their division and 5-3 in the conference. It sounds relatively... (more)

Tags: football, nfl, bears, dolphins, jay cutler, tyler thigpen

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