Bears thoughts.


I’ll try to keep this short but first, the game Saturday was exciting even though it was preseason. For the first time in a long time, the Bears have receivers who can actually run a route correctly and catch the ball. So far, it looks like Emery has nailed it with picking up Brandon Marshall on Alshon Jeffrey. There was one slant I believe in that game that Jeffrey ran to perfection and nearly scored a touchdown on it. Michael Bush (by cracky) also looked pretty good running the ball.

For the game Friday, I think most of us will be paying attention to the offensive line and how they react to quite possibly, the best defense in the NFL. Their front four is scary and has been for quite a while. That is one of the main reasons why they have won two Super Bowls in the last five years. All around, the defense is spectacular. I only pray that the Bears cornerbacks and safeties take notes. On the offensive side, we have to pray that Cutler doesn’t get killed. I thought the line looked much better against the Redskins on Saturday but this is a much different story. The starters are expected to play into the third quarter.


12 Responses to “Bears thoughts.”

  1. Tony Says:

    The Redskin O-Line is a poor indicator on Defensive prowess so it will be interesting Friday against a team that stacks up. The O-line is most concerning, too many pieces being moved around. Hope they figure it out. Shea looks good, but so did Melvin Ingram and I still wish that slot fell to us, but it was not on Emry. Lovie had to win that junk game to put us 5 places behind.

  2. DVXPrime Says:

    I’m kind of worrying about a defense that coughed up 60 points in two games…at home.

  3. chucky Says:

    I’m worried that they might play Urlacher in the season opener. In fact, I’m wondering if he basically is just finished. We’ll never know until he announces his goddamned retirement. I’m so fucking sick of Lovies cryptic bullshit and outright lies. Fucking asshole. (Smith)

  4. Pie In The Sky Says:

    The Bears would be fools to play Urlacher in that Week 1 game. They have to play the Packers on the road just four days later. Don’t push it; that game is much more important anyway.

  5. Tony Says:

    I agree with Pie, we should be fine against the Dolts without Urlacher. I would avoid looking how many points the D gave in during pre-season to gauge where they are at.

  6. Fro Dog Says:

    I know we aren’t necessarily entitled to know everything that goes on with the Bears. However, we are the paying customer. Some of us have season tickets to these dickheads and others go to some games or buy merchandise. Even if you just watch a game on TV, you’re putting money into the pockets of the Bears because of their ratings.

    For Lovie Smith to insult the fans with his constant dishonesty, isn’t fair. I only heard a bit of his press conference earlier in the week, but the stuff he said about Urlacher was bullshit. Instead of lying to the media and fans, why doesn’t he just say “no comment”? That way, he isn’t telling the truth nor lying and I would at least respect that.

    For the fuck faces reading this and disagree, it’s not just me that’s saying this crap. Many of the so-called football “experts” on both sports radio stations in Chicago agree with me. These aren’t my opinions.

    Just one more damn season of this garbage and we’ll all be delighted when Emery shows him the door.

  7. Yeti Says:

    Belichek constantly disrespects the Boston fanbase

  8. chucky Says:

    So what? I don’t live in Boston, and I don’t care about the Patriots. The shit Belichek does out there doesn’t change the fact that Lovie Smith is an arrogant, lying asshole who needs a swift kick to the nuts to remind him that he isn’t as important as he thinks he is. He also needs to be reminded that his only fan, along with a few sheep who have no business being anywhere near a football stadium, is the OLD BITCH!

  9. Fro Dog Says:

    “Belichek constantly disresepcts the Boston fanbase”

    When Lovie Smith wins three Super Bowls (Just one would be nice) in five chances, then you can compare him to Bill Belichek. Until then, you’re opinion is pointless.

  10. Fro Dog Says:

    Chucky and Yeti for that matter,

    Here’s a piece both of you shall enjoy. This is courtesy of Deadspin but I found it from my guys over at Fire Ron Turner.

  11. genrebuster Says:

    Belichek is a WINNER. Lovie……NOT.

  12. jimmyd Says:

    Hey All,

    Just an observation…but, why can’t we (the Cubs) develop some pitching (or some discipline at the plate)? 9th inning, Rafael Betancourt gets us 3 up, 3 down on 7 pitches (6 strikes, 1 ball). Earlier, Rex Brothers records 4 outs on 9 pitches (no double plays); I didn’t see the game live, so I can’t say whether or not one of those outs was on a caught stealing, but c’mon…let the reliever try to work himself into a bit of a jam for crying out loud. That doesn’t happen when you go up the plate “free swinging”….especially when you don’t have a real threat on offense. I don’t know why I give a shit anymore, but I still would like to see strides in the right direction. Shit, is that asking too much?

    Jimmy D.


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