Still kicking.



Robbie Gould: You are my hero. You too Alex Brown.

10 Responses to “Still kicking.”

  1. genrebuster Says:

    Ugly win…but it counts! Great effort near the end, hope some of the Cubs were watching: that’s how you have to play when your back is against the wall and time is running out.

  2. Nemo Says:

    Cubs would have folded after GB’s first TD.

  3. chucky Says:

    I’m not holding my breath. Lovie still has a job.

  4. genrebuster Says:

    No doubt Chucky, Bears are doomed w/ Lovie at the helm but maybe they’ll go out fighting, unlike the Cubbies.

  5. chucky Says:

    Not a chance, Genre. Not a chance.

  6. Fro Dog Says:

    Before I make my case, I am not defending Lovie Smith totally in this argument. I find myself to criticize Lovie Smith quite often throughout the last couple of years. There have been quite a few games in the past as well as this year that I believe he fucked up on.

    But honestly, I believe that there aren’t too many coaches that can take this team with the talent it has and be 9-6. I agree that they blew three games that they should have won but overall, Lovie does deserve a little bit of credit.

    I still believe in Kyle Orton. He is a smart quarterback and although he cannot throw the deep ball very well, he can still be good (not great) if given the talent. The offensive line still sucks and for God’s sake, can we acquire and/or draft a wide receiver that can actually catch the ball?

  7. chucky Says:

    I hear what you are saying, FroDog. My only point is that Lovie may have guided this team to a 9-6 record to this point, but he probably would have guided the Giants, Titans, Panthers, or any other really good team to that same record, and they all have 10+ wins and are playoff bound. More than anything else, his stubborn attitude has completely soured me on his coaching abilities. Not to mention his arrogance toward the media, fans etc. and his at times questionable playing calling.

    I’m sorry guys. I can’t support this guy anymore. I continue to get the impression that the Bears win more often than not in spite of Lovie Smith, not because of anything he has done in being the head coach. I think that has been more evident this season than any other.

    At this point, I can’t really fairly judge Kyle Orton. He has shown many flashes of being a really good quarterback. Back it’s hard to tell just how good he is until he has an offensive line in front of him and some true receivers to throw to. When he has that, I’ll let you what I think of him. And that probably won’t happen as long Jerry Angelo is employed here.

    They need to shit-can Jerry Angelo and Lovie Smith. And then they need to get a whole lot of new players. Age is beginning to catch up to both the offense and defense. And they are getting older by the second.

  8. genrebuster Says:

    Chucky, I’m with you on Lovie but I’m far from an expert on this subject.

    Excuse me while I change the topic for a minute…but too bad the Cubs can’t trade Sorry-O-No to the Yankees….Yanks are on a ridiculous spending spree, just signed Texiera for 8 years ($180 mil)…mind-boggling! That makes $425 mil so far (Sabbathia, Burnett, Texiera)…

    I know, I know…just dreaming (who wants Soriano?).

  9. MadCityMac Says:

    Hey guys, a merry Christmas to all, and much coal in the stockings of Moe Hendry, Shitbag Zell, Douchebag, Neifi, Fuckhead Freddie Bynum, Pussy Prior, Muskrat, KKKory, and any other of our favorite pinheads out there. May I also add the veteran’s committee for once again fucking over Ron Santo. Up yours Joe Morgan!

  10. Nemo Says:

    hear, hear to everything said. Hope you all had a very nice Christmas.


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