Now that’s what I am talking about.


These last two games, the Bears have been shocking the shit out of me and many other fans out there. They went into Miami and won against a team they haven’t beat since 1997. They did what they were suppose to do with the Dolphins who were missing basically their whole offensive line, their two quarterbacks and in the game, their best wide receiver. The Bears took advantage and kept their foot on their throats the whole game.

Offense: Although having an interception and nearly throwing two more, Cutler was efficient. He was 16-25 for 156 yards. He made the plays when they mattered. In the air, Hester, Olsen and Knox had at least four catches so nice to see him spread the ball around. The Bears shockingly ran the ball 40 times in the game. This was the most important part of the win in my opinion. The Bears chewed up nearly the whole clock in the 3rd quarterback by running the ball. Forte nearly had 100 yards and while Taylor only had 10 carries for 11 yards, this once again results in the Dolphins defense being on the field much longer. Martz for the second game in a row deserves credit for that.

Defense: Thigpen was just awful. Just to show you that stats (Cue the morons) don’t mean shit, Thigpen had more passing yards than Cutler in this game. The Dolphins did their best impression of the Bears in early season by going 1-11 on third down. The defense was outstanding. Briggs was awesome. Urlacher is the fucking man and Peppers had three sacks. Luckily, Tillman (Fuck you) had an interception early in the game but wasn’t much of a factor after that. Manning (Fuck you too) finally did something productive and leveled a wide receiver (Was it Hartline?) trying to convert a fourth down late in the game.

Special Teams: Robbie Gould did his job and hit three field goals and Brad Maynard (We love our punters) is now third all-time in punts with over 1200. Carl from Fire Mike Martz was quoted as saying he believes he has seen all 1200 of them. You aren’t alone on that one my friend. That just goes to show you how bad our offense has been the last decade. Devin Hester nearly took back a couple kicks early in the game. Nice to see him in the groove again. Even if they don’t kick to him, the Bears are almost guaranteed to have good field position when he is back there.

NFL Network: I am sure a lot of us hate the NFL Network. I for one do. The Thursday night concept is stupid. Cable companies want you to pay more to get it although there are sites you can watch it for free. However, the thing that pisses me off the most are the announcers. I won’t go as far as saying they are as bad as Tirico, Jaworski and Gruden on ESPN but they are catching up. I don’t mind Bob Papa calling the game. Millen was just annoying Theisman all game with his “Where did this player go to college at?” quotes. They argued a few times about Marinelli being great and Theisman actually threw some words across about Millen being the GM of the Lions. Just awful.

The Bears are 7-3 and tied for first place. Even if the Packers win Sunday, they would still hold the tie-breaker because of their division record. We will find out how good this team really is when they face the Eagles a week from Sunday.

7 Responses to “Now that’s what I am talking about.”

  1. Nemo Says:

    I have pretty much given up trying to figure out the Bears. I thought last night was going to be a sure loss-even against a 3rd string qb. Glad to see that fuck Marshall get hurt. I think the Bears can beat anybody left on their schedule-but I think they could lose to anybody too. Their toughest games are all at home-except GB.

    Forte really seems to be doing his best running outside near the sideline-please repeat until other teams figure out how to stop it.

    You have 10 days to prepare-you MUST beat that fuckhole Vick and the Eagles. I want that bastard to suffer.

  2. robert Says:

    not meaning to change the subject but crotschild is gone….now can he take

    jar of mayonaise
    the dickless family
    mr swirly ( i am sorry but crane kenney looks like that guy who got the swirlies back in high school)

  3. jf Says:

    I think the Yankees just did the Cubs a favor.

    From the Trib: “The final Cubs team of the Rothschild-era ranked 13th in National League earned-run average, last in walks and fourth in strikeouts. The Yankees were seventh in American League pitching, ninth in walks and fifth in strikeouts.”

  4. genrebuster Says:

    Well, well it’s about time Lawrence departed! Wood escaped the Yankess just in time.



  5. The Ghost of Irish Yeti Says:

    I would bring up stats to prove that Larry Rothschild was a serviceable pitching coach. Unfortunately when I am wrong, I tend to stay to away from all of you.

  6. erniesarmy Says:

    Well, now the Yankees get to find out what we have known all along.

    Poor saps.

  7. genrebuster Says:

    Ghost of Yeti, no worries…believe what you like…besides, you are not alone, you have at least one friend @ HJE who agrees with you…and people make the world go round.

    If Rothschild thrives in NY, I won’t be surprised (ex-Cub factor, if there is such a thing???)…


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