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Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by MikeAlletto, Nov 4, 2001.
The Bears "charmed" life is about to end this Sunday....The Pack is gonna put them back in their place! There is nothing "super" or "natural" about da Bears.....
NO OAR...NO SALE/NO RENTAL!
D'OH! (slaps head). Yea, I guess you got me there, although the Pack did lose up in the Metrodome both recent Super Bowl appearance years......
NO OAR...NO SALE/NO RENTAL!
Bears only lose........
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The cheese will be flowin' in Chicago on Sunday.
GO PACK GO!!!!!
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I have to admit... I'm a little worried by the reports that neither Schroeder nor Driver may play Sunday, but maybe they will finally suit up Ferguson and see what he can do...
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Well, the Bears finally came back to earth. I blame the loss on the coaching staff for horrendous playcalling. Three examples:
1. Calling a reverse on third and two and losing yardage, partially because the runner (Booker) had been injured on the previous play.
2. Spiking the ball on second down with 43 seconds and two timeouts left.
3. Wasting a timeout after Green Bay had just called a timeout.
There were other coaching blunders, such as the Bears refusal to throw the ball downfield or in the endzone. They kept throwing three-yard passes, and basically went nowhere on offense. And on defense there was absolutely no pass rush, apparently because the defensive coordinator decided not to blitz -- at all.
I suppose the bright side is that with all the problems the Bears exhibited, they only lost by eight points.
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I'm from Chicago - but a diehard Dolphins fan. Anyway,
how can you say a team that won 6 games in a row suck?
They are tied for first half way through the season.
That makes absolutely no sense.
It's called trash-talking, Frank. Packer fans are very good at it. Admittedly, this might be the first year (in quite awhile) that they actually win the Central Division. Thanks in part to Brett Favre's greatness, Green's strong running, and a very solid defense. The Vikings and Bucs are definitely down for a variety of reasons and the Packers also have the benefit of a creampuff schedule due to their mediocrity the last few years.
That said, their high hopes will come crashing down in the playoffs when they get bitch-slapped by the Rams. Primarily because of their very average receiving corps.
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Is it just me or have the Bears not played a team that is good this season. No wonder they are doing so good.
BTW... F*CK THE PACKERS. Go Chargers, Dolphins, Bills and Bucs!!!
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As a Packer fan I am fully qualified to state that no matter how much the Bears win they still suck. Why? Becasue they are the Bears.
Yes - I know what 'talking smack is' DOH
I did not catch that David O. was a Pack fan in CA.
Now, it makes sense. I thought he may be one of those
loud mouth Raider fans .
However, it is great to see this rivalry actually have
a game that really means something (1st place), instead
of only one team (Packs) actually playing for a reason.
David, as a Packer backer, it must kill you this morning to know that the Pack SUCKS!!! What happened? Thought Favre and company were supposed to walk over their creampuff schedule in a cakewalk? What was your boy doing...tossing up a floater at the end when they only needed to get into field goal range?
The Pack is Back...in second place!
As a Packer fan, I am disappointed with yesterday's horrible performance.
I will also continue to say that the Packer's greatest strength is their greatest weakness (Brett Favre). There was no reason for him to throw that pass at the end of the game, but then again, there was no reason for Sherman to keep Favre in at the end of the Vikings game (he alsmost got injured). There have been some real poor decisions made by the Pack this year and that is why they will not get back to the Super Bowl this year. I still stand by my predicition of Rams vs. Pack in the NFC title game, but the Rams win in a route.
BTW, the Bears did look good yesterday, see what happens when you throw the ball more than three yards.
Well, the Bears are not immune to bad decisions. The piddly 2-yard passes in the flat against the Pack are what doomed them a week ago. Yes, the passing game looked better (even if the running game was anemic) against Tampa, but Jauron's boneheaded decision at the end not to punt the ball away on fourth down damn near cost the Bears the game.
The Bears still suck . Brett Favre is maddening, but there is no one I would rather have QBing my team. I dunno what was in their heads yesterday, it seemed like the whole team was too preoccupied to be bothered with playing good football. I wonder if they will cut Chris Akins, that was just boneheaded and then to compound it by throwing a hissy fit on the sidelines. We are probably to thin in the defensive backfield to let him go, but I wouldn't be sorry to see him pack his bags. You can't take a day off in the NFL (unless, I guess, it is really a day off, then I suppose it's ok).