Open thread.


I want to wish a Happy Thanksgiving to all of you and your families. I will have a Bears’ recap Sunday night.

5 Responses to “Open thread.”

  1. Kevin Hill Says:

    We will see if Jerry knows anything about back up QB`s.

  2. Fro Dog Says:

    Here we go again with one of Martz’s guys. Josh McCown is fucking terrible. The Cheifs ended up getting Orton which is unfortunate. I was getting ready to celebrate the return of the neck beard. The only free agent quarterback that I thought is somewhat decent was J.T. O’Sullivan.

    Oh well. We all need to just pray that nothing happens to Hanie because if that’s the case, Josh McCown is the younger version of Todd Collins and it will be hell.

  3. jimmyd Says:

    Hi All,

    I hope everyone had a tremendous Thanksgiving Day. Lots of football (3 really good games this year). Oh yeah, and don’t forget about that fucking, sorry ass excuse for a human being named Ndamukong Suh. What a classless piece of monkey shit. If he’s fined anything less than $100,000 AND suspended for a minimum or 2 games (without pay)…it’ll be a travesty.

    Really nice to see the Lions organization step up and handle the situation like a class organization. They shouldn’t even wait for Roger Goodell to rule on this one…they should suspend him for a minimum of 2 games to let everybody know that this kind of behavior WILL NOT be tolerated; PERIOD!!!

    Enjoy the rest of your weekend.

    Jimmy D.

  4. Robert Says:

    Speaking of thugs unfortunately the nba will be back

  5. Payton J Pickett Says:

    Do you feel that the old guard NFL teams were caught off guard or flatly refused to go along with the era of free agency when it started in the 70’s? The Bears, Giants, Packers and I think the Redskins would have too (had George Allen not been GM and Coach) all fielded inadequate teams for years. This wasn’t the case with the 1960 NFL expansion teams (Vikings,Cowboys)or the teams which came into existence in the 40’s (Eagles, Rams, Steelers,Colts)

    I mention this because at times, the Bears seem more concerned with their bottom line than the team on the field.


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