Any given Sunday.

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This game was typical at the start for the Chicago Bears. There was a blocked punt, then a touchdown and right after that, a three and out by the Bears. Before we knew it, the Bears were down 17-0 and it appeared that the 49ers were on their way to kicking the shit out the Bears on the road for 523rd time in a row. Not so fast. The Bears made adjustments on both sides of the ball. Trestman and Tucker figured out what was and wasn’t working. With some help from the referees and Jay Cutler being on his game, the Bears came back and won a game against the 49ers on the road for the first time since NINETEEN EIGHTY FIVE, my frendt.

Offense: First, credit to the offensive line for this performance. Cutler hit a couple of times but they hung in there despite the two injuries. I thought Bushrod and Mills both had great games. At first, it looked like the Bears were trying to run or set up screens for Forte. When they realized it wasn’t working, Trestman and Kromer changed things up and started passing down the field to the receivers and Martellus Bennett. Last, but not least, Brandon Marshall. Holy shit. Him and Jeffery were just fantastic despite their injuries.

Defense: Like the offense at the start, the defense was looking like horseshit too. I said last week that all the 49ers had to do, was to run the ball and have Kaepernick run all over the place. Instead, he is throwing all over the place and that turned into three interceptions. He also had a fumble too that was caused by Jared Allen. Nice of him and the rest of the defense to finally show up. Willie Young also came up huge with two sacks. The player of this entire game though goes to Kyle Fuller. He stepped in when Tillman went out and was doing things that we haven’t seem much with the Bears over these years: Cover receivers and make adjustments in place. And speaking of injuries, there were quite a few of them, including Chris Conte, Sherrick McManis, Jay Ratliff and Trevor Scott. That is not good news as the injuries are already piling up after just two games.

Special Teams: Nothing.

I am still in shock. If any of you say you thought the Bears were going to win this game, my bullshit detector will go off. The Bears are in first place. The Bears go to the Meadowlands next to face the Jets on Monday Night Football. Bear down.

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15 Responses to “Any given Sunday.”

  1. Cubs Bears Sox Suck Says:

    A few things that stuck out to me about the game was….

    Holy shit that was allot of penalties! Seems like there was a flag on every play if not every other play to the point where it was comical. Most of the calls were right in my opinion but just like every game there was a few bad calls and a few missed called. I don’t know how they missed calls when they seemed to be calling EVERYTHING!

    When Dickface got speared in the chest and knocked on his ass the whole team flipped a switch and opened a can of whoop ass! I was really wanting to see if Clausen was going to come in and start moving the offense but then Dickface did his job. Good job Dickface, if you did that more often I wouldn’t have to talk so much shit about you.

    Nice catch Marshall on the first TD. Although those nice sticky receivers gloves do allot of the work it was still nice to watch.

    Kyle Fuller, You were a fucking beast in that game! All over the place and even making plays on other people guys, It looks like if Fuller gets his hand on you your going down, did anyone else see those deathgrip tackles?? Well done young man… Keep it up!

  2. Cubs Bears Sox Suck Says:

    Oh yeah, and when is Forte going to run the ball?? He can still do that right?? I didn’t check the game recap but it seemed like they only did like 5 run plays all game. Would be nice to see that get going, don’t want to get too pass happy.

  3. Fro Dog Says:

    I mentioned a bit about the penalties in the recap but didn’t go too much into it because I was sleepy. Yeah, there were a bunch. The one that pissed me off the most was Fuller’s penalty on that 3rd and 15 play because he wasn’t near the ball. As we all know, he made up for it in a big way. No wonder why Martellus Bennett was so pissed off at him in training camp.

    I think the penalties (on both sides) threw the 49ers off their rhythm.

    They tried running the ball to Forte as well as set up those screens. The 49ers were all over him. I am one who always complains that the Bears don’t run enough (they should have last week) but there were logical reasons why they couldn’t and didn’t.

  4. chucky Says:

    I honestly don’t know what the hell to say about this. The Never Figure League was in full force last night, that much is certain.

    On another note, I’m listening to the podcast of Doug and OB from last night. Every commercial break they play game highlights from WBBM. I said it last year, and I’ll say it again. Jeff Joniak is far and away the worst announcer in all of sports. I fucking swear to god, he makes Hawk Harrelson sound like Vin Scully. His stupid, retarded “TOUCHDOWN! TOUCHDOWN BEARS!” and all his ridiculously stupid little comments are gagging. On Kyle Fullers INT from last night: “SWIPPED BY KYLE FULLER! AT THE 40, MIDFIELD, TO THE 45, AT 42 OF SAN FRANCISCO! THAT’S A TREAT…FROM KYLE FULLER! Jesus fucking Christ Joniak, nobody will find out how big of a fucking DORK you are if you’d just shut the fuck up. Fucking moron.

  5. dvxprime Says:

    No, I didn’t lifestream the game or go watch it at a local sports bar. The way things were going, I called it an early bedtime around ten-somethng last night. If the Bears took the ass-whipping that I thought was coming, I was just going to set the rest of the NFL season on “ignore.”

    Thank you, Jay Cutler, and the rest of the Bears, for putting on the man-pants in the fourth quarter and showing the world that you still have balls.

  6. Fro Dog Says:

    I am watching ESPN right now and the general manager for the Vikings, Rick Spielman, just finished talking to the media about Adrian Peterson. I would like to think that Zygi and Mark Wilf made him do that press conference. Shame on all of them. TMZ posted the pictures of his son’s leg and it’s horrible. I guess that wasn’t enough evidence to suspend him.

  7. Cubs Bears Sox Suck Says:

    I saw those pictures also. Looks like he hit the kid in the front of the legs 10-12 times. There is no reason to do that to a 4 year old. Or ANY human being for that matter, except maybe Roger Goodell while using a wooden bat.

    When I was about 9 or 10 I had a southern step mother that whooped me in the ass with a branch about 2 or 3 times, when I think back on it I even though I probably deserved it there are other ways to discipline a child but that bitch was too dumb to figure it out. I have a 12 year old son he was slapped 1 time in his life on the hand when I caught him trying to poke something in the electrical outlet when he was around 4. If thats abuse I would rather accept those charges then call 911 to have someone come bag my child. I learned standing in corners for a few years worked and now yanking the xbox seems to be the most effective punishment. NOT a beating with a branch.

  8. chucky Says:

    I heard that press conference via the score.

    Rick Spielman….FUCK YOU, YOU GODDAMN SON OF A BITCH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Gathering evidence my ass! You don’t think you win next Sunday without the child abuser. That’s all it amounts to. I hope the entire Vikings franchise goes out of fucking business. You cocksuckers belong with the Baltimore FUCKING Ravens. You are fucking scum, and at this moment, I’m fucking ashamed of being a football fan.

  9. Pie in the Sky Says:

    Sounds like he may have beat another one of his children. Left another 4-year-old with facial scars.

    Why isn’t the NFL indefinite suspending this guy? Vikes shouldn’t even have option to bring this guy back…

  10. Cubs Bears Sox Suck Says:

    So after a few weeks now on TheScore, what does everyone think of Pat Mannelly?

    I don’t think he is bad, I like his insight on the Bears organization. I think I would like him better if they spent more time talking about sports and less time trying to stroke each other off.

    Nobody can ever replace George “Don’t Call Me Jack!” Ofman but maybe good ole Pat Mannelly can come close!

  11. Fro Dog Says:

    He’s alright. I still wish Abbatacola or Rosenbloom would get the gig. I think Chucky wanted Jason Goff to come back and be a host since he deserved a spot too.

    George Ofman was great as the update guy years ago. He had the tendency to mess up from time to time and some of the stuff he messed up on was classic radio.

  12. Cubs Bears Sox Suck Says:

    If Donovan McNabb was the Bears quarterback, the Eagles would win the Superbowl!

  13. Fro Dog Says:

    Ha. I remember Boers and Bernstein played that clip about a million times for the next year after he said that.

  14. John Harrold Says:

    I don’t know why I hadn’t done it before, but today I did a search for “Jeff Joniak Sucks” as an play by play announcer. I was pleased to find that I am not the only person with that sentiment.

    The only time that I listen to him is when I am driving. Even then I cringe when he tries to make his voice sound deeper or whatever that is. Somebody referred to it as having his balls grabbed. That works.

    I consider him as sounding like a kid in grade school practicing calling a game in his bedroom.

    Somebody else posted how good Wayne Larrivee is. That I also agree with.

  15. John Harrold Says:

    as a play by play announcer.

SHOW DA FIRE AND PASSION, MY FRENDT!

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