Oh Man DAAAAAAA BEARS!

MikeAlletto

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Amazing...down 21-7 in the 4th with a minute something left. Bears score with about 30 or so seconds left...onside kick won by bears...3 plays later bears score again to tie it up. In OT bears tip a cleveland pass and intercept to return for winning TD...AWESOME!
 

McPaul

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To me, this is the game of the week right from the start.
That was an amazing last 1:00 of the game today... The tying hail mary looked like it was one of the DB's that tipped it right to James Allen. ouch.
I missed the rest of it due to the seattle-washington game, but was absolutely amazed by what I saw after the onside kick.
I really hope this doesn't affect Tim Couch, as I have him in the HTF Fantasy Football league.. I also have the Bears defence that I picked up as an afterthought for my bench when the Giants were on a bye. I think I'll start the Bears now, as they are looking DAMN good!
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[Edited last by Paul McGowan on November 04, 2001 at 07:08 PM]
 

Shayne Judge

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I hope this amazing run continues. I bet a Bucs fan that Tampa would not win their division. Green Bay and the Bears really helped out this week. In my opinion, the Bears are one of the true surprise teams this year, and the last two weeks, simply amazing.
 

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My Steelers lost, but at least the Brownies did too.

I'm glad to see that Da Bears made the comeback.
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Joseph S

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My Steelers lost, but at least the Brownies did too.
They both lost games they should have won. Brown for the tie... Wide Right.
I can't believe after all the crap the Bears fans gave their team this offseason they are playing so well and all that was said is a forgotten memory.
 

Joel Mack

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As a Bengals fan, it's always nice to see the Browns lose.

And big props to ex-Husker Mike Brown. Two game-winning INTs in a row!

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John Thomas

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Good lord. That was absolutely amazing. I hope to see 'em in the Super Bowl playing "'da Raayydaaas".
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Jeff_A

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With my Vikings suffering from the losses of Robert Smith, Korey Stringer, Robert Griffith, and a brutal schedule. The remainder of this year doesn't look too promising. We are still holding on to some degree of hope, however.
That said, I would love to see the talented and young Chicago Bears stand as a huge roadblock to the hated CHEESEHEADS!

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Brian Perry

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The best thing was seeing Dwayne Rudd (who has blatantly taunted the Bears for the last few years) completely demoralized after the winning TD.
By the way, did you guys see the end of the Saints game in which Kyle Turley ripped off Damien Robinson's helmet and flung it down the field? On the one hand, Robinson deserved to be severely punished for the cheap shot he gave the quarterback, but it was disturbing to see Turley so completely enraged. The image I had was that he was trying to decapitate Robinson and perhaps he did symbolically, emerging out of the pack with the helmet and throwing it across the field.
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[Edited last by Brian Perry on November 05, 2001 at 07:39 AM]
 

Scott Merryfield

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So, does Kris Brown still have a job in Pittsburgh? That was a brutal display of placekicking.

The Bears continue to live a charmed life. Can they keep it up the entire season?
Hey, the Lions still have the only remaining perfect record in the league. Only nine more losses until a perfect season!
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Steve Zatkoff

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That was truly a great ending to a really bad offensive game. Everyone at the bar that we watched the game at were shouting about how bad Shane Mattews is and how he killed our offense. Defense was great as usual and Brown bringing in the winning TD off an interception, two weeks in a row was great. Anyway, you would have sworn that the Bears won the Superbowl, the way everyone was celebrating.
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Vince Maskeeper

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As a Browns fan, I thought the game was a great one to watch! To be honest, I'm just happy when the losses the Browns receive are 3-5 point losses, as oppose to the 40 point blow outs we've had during the first few expansion years!
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quote: So, does Kris Brown still have a job in Pittsburgh? That was a brutal display of placekicking.[/quote]
He damn well better! He had one bad game in his 3 years as a Steeler. In contrast, Kordell Stewart has consistenlty been inept for the last four years (although he's played better as of late) and Cowher has given Kordell his undying support.
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[Edited last by Tom_G on November 06, 2001 at 11:13 PM]
 

PatrickM

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The Bears are a really suprising team this year. With the rotation of quarterbacks they've had its amazing they win any at all. I'm a Vikings fan so I'm suffering big time. I guess you have to suck every so often so you can get a good draft position.
Its nice to see teams like the Browns, Bengals and Chargers winning again. You kind of get sick and tired of seeing the Cowboys, Broncos and 49'ers dominate like they did in the 90's.
Patrick
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