• 4ever85 (AKA Butch Deadlift)

    Slippery Noodle? I guess the folk in 1850s were as dirty minded as us…

  • gpldan

    I am at a loss to explain why Indy couldn’t sell that game out. Lucas Oil at 67k seating is one of the smaller venues, it’s inside, many prognosticators pick Indy to win and tickets are online not just booth bought. Moreover, recent innovations on NFL.com with ticket exchanges should make it a non-issue.

    I’m looking to see face value on the tickets, because outside of the prices going up and mis-reading demand, I wouldn’t think it would be a problem. Maybe a bit of a canary in the coal mine for the NFL.

  • gpldan

    I’d love to hunt some Nazis

    How about al-Queda? Both have killing jews on the agenda, but the latter have a lot more well armed, younger men.

    http://www.irishtimes.com/news/world/middle-east/al-qaeda-fighters-take-control-of-fallujah-1.1644805

    • Irish Sweetness

      Jeff should start his Nazi hunt with the American Shadow government.

      When they brought Werner Von Braun, his flying saucer, and his mates over AFTER the war … what did they do with the top Nazi scientists? String ’em up? Electrocute them? Nope. They gave them all top security clearances and free rein to do as they wished at the nation’s most ‘secret’ facilities below Dulles, Norton, Wright-Patterson bases – you know the ones – including of course the S4 facility at Groom Lake (Area 51). Von Braun allegedly held COSMIC security clearance, and there’s only a handful of people on the planet with higher clearance than that (that’s a lot higher than Presidents hold by the way – apparently only Eisenhower held Cosmic level of all the presidents, Carter was kept out of the loop altogether, and Bush Jnr. told Clinton to back the fuck off when he asked for a briefing during the handover or he wouldn’t see a second term – ref Dr Steven Greer).

      Nazis were at the top of the intelligence food chain in the USA throughout the 50s/60s/70s. Did they all disappear magically? Did they have kids?

      It was the birth of the Navy’s Tenth Fleet .. and those babies don’t go on water if you know what I mean.

      We return you to your normal football programming and beer beverages.

      • 4ever85 (AKA Butch Deadlift)

        Don’t ever leave us again.

        • gpldan

          I can bend spoons between my legs. That’s all I got,

          • Irish Sweetness

            Is it really you that’s bending them though GP? … aaaah.

            7-7. Game on. Can we get a T.Y. Hilton please? Or would that be overkill?

    • 4ever85 (AKA Butch Deadlift)

      But wouldn’t blood lust go against our Christian nation ethos?

      http://youtu.be/gx7hJp1BsBw

    • tobijohn

      They’re not too fond of Christians either. Or Shiites for that matter…

      • Irish Sweetness

        I love a good Shiite.

  • Irish Sweetness

    Frazier to be Tampa DC.

    Samurai returns to Halas ?

    • SC Dave

      I sure hope not

  • Irish Sweetness

    Going INDY, NO, SF.

    The Colts are the best D in the league over the last 3 weeks allowing only 6.5 ppg. Saints have a defense plus Brees, and SF have a run game plus defense.

    Cincy have a good D but the spread looks sticky, and 1/3 just ain’t bringin home the bacon. Pass.

    • Irish Sweetness

      And taking the over on Jeff making 200 tweets today ….

  • BerwynBomber

    Will be interesting to see who NBC has announcing the first game. Technically, they only have one pro team throughout the year (Michaels/Collingsworth). I’m guessing we get their ND crew of Hicks and Mayock.

    • DaBearsBlog

      Hicks and Mayock. First game.

      • 4ever85 (AKA Butch Deadlift)

        Partner.

  • BerwynBomber

    Titans fired Munchak.

    • NewBearInTown

      Wouldn’t fire his staff to please ownership. They’re getting fired anyway now, but at least Munchak has his integrity. And when the details circulate amongst the insiders, good luck to Tennessee convincing any big names to step up. Tennessee and Washington are now two of the worst coaching spots available.
      Detroit probably the best gig still available.

  • BerwynBomber

    Poetic justice there. That was obvious defensive holding on the Colts on the first and goal play.

    • Irish Sweetness

      Dude nearly pulled his helmet off. Two good defenses, but looks like a shoot-out, and Indy wins that one.

      Remember when Smith was the worst QB in the league?

      Tweet-watch : Jeff’s up to 72 tweets already.

  • Cutty Bader don’t give a fuck

    it’s ok that you’re ineffective Andrew because you’re “self effacing” have a stupidly positive demeanor and are always saying “come on guys!” like a fucking gradeschooler.

    • Irish Sweetness

      I got suckered into the Indy hype too. Never listen to ANYONE on gameday and go with your gut. KC looked like an AFC championship contender all season. Come the playoff hype, we switch our brains off.

      • 4ever85 (AKA Butch Deadlift)

        The Colts beat some solid teams in the season though. Broncos, Seahawks, and yes, they spanked these same very Chiefs.

        The Colt’s D looks worse than ours right now. 31 points in one half!

        Alex Smith turns it on in the playoffs though. Remember he won in a shootout vs Brees a few years back. Smith is like Flacco – ho-hum during the regular season, then turns into Montana in the playoffs.

    • SC Dave

      Luck will, most likely, have a better career than cutler. But who cares, unless hes beating our ass in all those superbowls were going to

    • SC Dave

      Let’s see, you foam at the mouth about Luck, and take offense when people don’t like Cutler’s demeanor? Hypocrisy exemplified.

      • Cutty Bader don’t give a fuck

        uh, dave, if you were watching the broadcast the comment refers to Mike Mayock’s inane color commentary. The blowjobs barely stopped even when he was killing his team with INT’s. It was like watching Favre play.

  • Irish Sweetness

    ….aaaand game over. I haven’t seen much of Andrew Luck and have thus never been impressed. That continues. He may have inherited Turtlehead’s propensity for playoff chokes

    • SC Dave

      Game not quite over… 60 minutes

      • Irish Sweetness

        I missed the best bit. Wish I’d kept with it, that must have been some second half.
        Faulk called it – over 1000 yards offense in the game.
        Faulk called it – 1000

  • BerwynBomber

    Alex Smith looking Montana-like in terms of quick feet, pocket presence and ad-libs. Quite the performance. This Knile Davis kid is a nice change-of-pace back-up too.

    • 4ever85 (AKA Butch Deadlift)

      That’s what we need. A Kniles Davis HB.

      I thought Ford might fill that role, but we never got a chance to find out.

    • SC Dave

      Alex Smith did play a great game.

  • BerwynBomber

    As well as A. Smith has played, he better lead his team to a TD here or their huge lead could be about done.

    • SC Dave

      Huge part of the lead already done..kc hanging by fingernails atm

  • SC Dave

    Damn Luck looks good right now

    • BerwynBomber

      Yep, and the KC D looks completely gassed.

      • SC Dave

        Huge 3rd for kc….

        • SC Dave

          Wow… caught them ina blitz

  • SC Dave

    Colts receivers drop a lot of passes

  • SC Dave

    Manning, then Luck…. unfair

    • Urlacher, then Bostic. You’ll see.

      • SC Dave

        Urlacher – Kuechly would be more like it

        • yeah. well. here we are.

          • SC Dave

            Go Jonathan!

  • Irish Sweetness

    Switched off after halftime and watched ‘The Road’ … tuned back in to see if KC had put up the fifty burger in the victory. But this is interesting …

    • is there bacon on a fifty burger? pineapple?

    • SC Dave

      Watch the replay before you bury andrew luck. Color me impressed. This ending….

      • Cutty Bader don’t give a fuck

        it’s getting tiresome Dave. You have to stop at some point. If any Chicago quarterback fucked his team like this and somehow was given the game by even more ineptitude by the opposing team you’d be swan diving off of the deep end.

        • his anti-cutler rhetoric from the past aside, where is dave saying anything about jay? he’s simply saying he’s impressed with the play of luck. so am i. and so are you. he played one hell of a game, even with the INTs.

          • Cutty Bader don’t give a fuck

            look at the old posts dude, he knows what he’s saying. Watching the game to see what a winner looks like is an old retread line of his. It’s tiresome.
            My point about narrative is this. if Alex Smith throws 4TD’s and 3INT’s and is the reason his team is getting mopped and somehow the Colts piss it away and Luck throws 4TD’s and 0INT’s and loses what do you think the story is? Ever since he came into the league people were blowing loads over 53% completion percentages and iffy play.
            It’s a fucking marketing piece. Where is the love for Alex Smith? Where is it? He fucking balled out and everyone is acting like they work for ESPN.

          • i’ve read the old posts. i know all about his feelings for jay, his boners for forte, etc. i know the leash he’s giving luck isn’t the same one he’d give jay. but he’s not mentioning jay.

            alex smith had a great game. but so did luck. and luck’s great game came on the heels of him looking like he was having an awful game. (like jay in cleveland – though i don’t think we can say jay’s game was great. it was good, at best.)

            that’s where the narrative is. in the turnaround. at least to me.

          • Cutty Bader don’t give a fuck

            It doesn’t even matter. It’s just fucking tiresome. I know what he posts and when during the season he completely went off the rails about it and how he continues to do it. Other posters have already noticed it. Just ask if you’d like a show of hands.
            I could point out even more proof but I just want it to die at this point. Luck is the story because that’s what they want the story to be.
            I also don’t really care because as it relates to the Bears, logic and reason won the day, idiot fandom and bullshit twitter mentality didn’t and we inked the best qb in the history of the organization for a bunch of years so we can win this fucking championship.

          • SC Dave

            Of course it does not matter to you, because your myopia regarding Cutler will have you taking offense at comments regardless of what they are, and regardless of whether others point out your folly to you.

          • Cutty Bader don’t give a fuck

            wink wink dave, you’re right, you didn’t mean anything more than the fact that you were just excited to turn on the TV for the opportunity to watch a “winner” play.
            The matter is settled. I am obviously wrong. Why would I connect the dots in that fashion. The fact that you used the exact same comment structure when praising Rodgers and slighting Cutler. They probably have nothing to do with each other. My bad.

          • 4ever85 (AKA Butch Deadlift)

            The difference IMO was that Smith made a few crucial mistakes in crunch time. Throwing it short of the 1st down (checking it down), taking the int grounding, and maybe being a SMIDGEN off on that long throw to Bowe (though it was still a good throw).

            Luck late in the game went balls out, aggressively, that long ball to Hilton case and point.

            I actually see a lot of similarities to Cutler in his game. However, I do think that Luck actually feels the pocket better, and obviously is more athletic, bigger, and maybe more durable than Jay, but both show QB ‘amnesia’ when it comes to forgetting about INTs.

            The HUGE difference (and where I think Waffle has a point) is in how they do it.

            Luck forgets in a way, “Ah, chucks guys, my bad. We’ll get them in the next drive,” looking like an Amish Marino.

            Cutler goes about it, “Fuck that dude. I’m going to throw it right at that fucker next time and let Marshall tea-bag him. Yeah, I know the camera’s on me. He can scratch my balls while I light this smoke. Doooont Caaare”

            Or so it seems…

          • DeAngelo Hall is a big fan of the Cutler approach =]

          • NewBearInTown

            Have to agree on Alex Smith. He played a great game.
            But Luck played a great second half. A lousy first half doesn’t take that away.

          • SC Dave

            Yup

          • SC Dave

            Anti-Cutler rhetoric? How is pointing out someone’s record “rhetoric”? Facts are stubborn things.

          • even when cutler wins, you are never “colored impressed.” you focus on his negatives and ignores the positives. i consider that to be rhetoric.

          • SC Dave

            I will try to be more aware of that. After all, Jay is our QB

        • SC Dave

          You are truly an imbecile.

      • burntorangenavyblue

        Either get over it Dave about the “winner/loser” comparison for the qb’s b/c Cutler is staying, or go and be a fan for other teams that has a “winner” attitude in your eye.

        • SC Dave

          Too bad only Evan has sufficient brains to figure it out. Actually, I did not expect such stupidity from you. Johnny, yes. But I’m disappointed.

    • Irish Sweetness

      Dang. I missed what looks to have been one of the greatest games of all time …to watch a depressing movie.

  • Alshon would’ve kept his feet inbounds there.

    • SC Dave

      Maybe

  • BerwynBomber

    Wow, the Andy Reid post-season failures continue. You get four turnovers and score 44 pts and still lose? Grisly.

    • SC Dave

      Andrew Luck. Inspired team with home crowd behind them. Victory.

      • Cutty Bader don’t give a fuck

        uhh. nope. That was a classic Reid breakdown combined with ridiculous injuries for the Chiefs, a complete failure on the Chiefs D in the second half and the Colts offense scoring 1 more point. Andrew Luck was a part of that victory but by no fucking means was he the reason. The narrative continues. 4 fucking turnovers.
        This is shit NFL football that only fantasy owners love.

        • NewBearInTown

          I can only get so critical when Andrew Luck slices up your defense. The best quarterbacks do that to every D in the league; its just the way the modern game is set up. Biggest criticism of Reid is that he called 20 passes and only 7 rushes once they had a 28 point lead. How do you justify that?

          • 4ever85 (AKA Butch Deadlift)

            I want to say because the Chiefs were down to their 3rd HB, but Reid always used to pull the same stunt with McCoy in Philly which is why they eventually ran him out of town.

        • SC Dave

          *sigh* You are truly hopeless.

        • Irish Sweetness

          Dude that was the second biggest comeback in NFL history. Shit football?
          Reid should have run the football more with such a lead, but that was entertainment.

          • Cutty Bader don’t give a fuck

            shit defensive football. 45-44??? Entertainment simply because of the number of scores.

          • Irish Sweetness

            Eh…. yeah. Who wants to watch a 6-3 defensive struggle full of 3 and outs? I love my defense more than O, but entertainment comes with scores and comebacks, no?

          • Cutty Bader don’t give a fuck

            agreed and I’m a huge fan of great football. I don’t want to see 6-3 with simple 3 and outs but it’s hard to watch a 45-44 game and then watch the networks dictate the ascension of one fucking guy over another. Then when that guy fails they have the excuse ready to go. it’s just dumb.
            I’m not saying that Luck didn’t play well in the second half but what was more impressive, Smith’s perfect game,Luck’s passes to wide open receivers or the complete meltdown of the Chiefs D and the almost impossibility of the Colts winning if the coaches use any common sense?

          • SC Dave

            I’ll suppress the urge to mark this comment for the next time the Bears have a big game. πŸ™‚

          • Cutty Bader don’t give a fuck

            we just had an epic game against a historic rival in GB with Cutler at the helm and you pissed all over it so feel to mark it down pal. We had a 45pt game against the Redskins and lost because of D and I didn’t see you torpedo McCown so you and I both know what your fucking agenda is. Use the fucking brain God gave you dave.

          • SC Dave

            As I have stated repeatedly, we lost to the Packers on a blown coverage and, worse, the defense quitting on a play.

            You point out correctly that Cutler had an outstanding fourth quarter against the Packers, but of course do not attribute that to a meltdown of their defense, as you did with Luck’s second half yesterday.

            The Colts second half drives:

            1 play, -2 yards in 0:06. Int leading to KC TD. 10-38
            5 plays 80 yards in 1:47, TD. 17-38
            5 plays 41 yards in 1:24, TD. 24-38
            1 play, 0 yards in 0:04. Int leading to KC FG. 24-41
            6 plays 80 yards in 1:38 TD. 31-41
            12 plays 90 yards in 2:55 TD 38-41
            4 plays 80 yards in 1:07 TD. 45-44

            Two picks lead to 10 points for KC. On the other side of the ledger, five TD drives for a total of 371 yards on 32 plays completed in less than nine minutes of clock. Somehow, that looks pretty impressive from where I’m sitting.

            Were they lucky on the fumble TD? One could say they got a good bounce of the ball to be sure. But Luck made the play, and you can’t take that away no matter how much you dislike the guy.

            People have argued that Smith had a better game, and I have not disputed that. Nor have I said or even implied that Smith is what a loser looks like.

            In the end, Luck’s team won the game in dramatic fashion, so of course the media story will be about it’s quarterback. Certainly Alex Smith loses out in the deal, but that’s what happens when you don’t win. Stellar performances in losses rarely go anywhere in American sports coverage.

      • burntorangenavyblue

        The home crowd booed the Colts at the end of the 1st half, no wonder why they didn’t almost sell out the tickets

        • SC Dave

          I’m sure they booed at the end too.

  • Irish Sweetness

    …..aaaaand Jeff goes over 200 tweets. WINNING! This can only get better if Pam Oliver has the Saints game #UHURA (circa Mirror, Mirror with the bellytop)

    • DaBearsBlog

      How can I count? I have bronchitis and this is my only way of speaking today. I’m pissing people off and loving it.

      • Irish Sweetness

        You sounded very sexy on the radio show, Jefe. Bronchitis suits you!

  • Cutty Bader don’t give a fuck

    Did Alex Smith even throw a pick tonight? 4TD’s 0INT’s and the Chiefs get 4 turnovers and score 44 and the narrative is what????

    • SC Dave

      Andrew Luck leads team to WIN.

      • Cutty Bader don’t give a fuck

        holy shit Dave, you walked right into it. Did Cutler and the Bears Offense, our own motherfucking team, overcome a subpar first half to fucking light it up in the second half with Cutler having a 145 rating into the fourth quarter and put the fucking team ahead with 38 seconds from winning a de facto playoff game against our biggest rival? AND WHEN WE LOST THE FUCKING GAME YOU WENT OFF THE DEEP END ABOUT CUTLER BEING A LOSER in every fucking post thereafter????? Are you fucking so dim that you can’t see the lunacy? You were fucking beside yourself and were so despondent that you actually made the argument, whether you knew it or not, that the Bears lost the game BECAUSE CUTLER WAS QUARTERBACK regardless of what his performance was. You also blamed a 145 rating quarterback for the loss because we failed to convert a 3rd and 17 when the ball bounced off of our WR’s fucking hands as he found himself a full foot above the defender. Your argument was that Cutler “didn’t get it done”. Fucking lunacy. Don’t say you didn’t because you fucking did. Your argument was so fucked in the head that a couple of us thought you were fucking having a psychotic episode.
        You then have the audacity to take yet another ridiculous swipe at Cutler tonight with multiple veiled bitch ass sarcastic comments and then in the same breath act as if Andrew Luck singlehandedly won this game in a fucking vacuum. It’s ok that he came back from a bad first half because he’s not Jay, i get it. It would have been ok even if they didn’t win because of the effort right? luck’s still in winner is he not? Does his effort get thrown in the trash simply because his D gave up fucking hundreds of yards and he threw 3 interceptions? Because according to your fuck ass Cutler logic, if the Chiefs kick that field goal at the end and win the game then Luck is the reason they lost. Luck is therefore a loser. Not the winner that you tuned in to masturbate to. Envisioning his ugly fucking face on Cutlers body.
        I was going to take the offseason off and watch the Hawks win some games but now i’m staying to remind you every fucking day that you transformed from a guy that had some common sense political views and some cool insights to one of the biggest douchebags in the history of Bears fandom.
        I mean this from the bottom of my heart. What in the fuck happened to you?

        • Trac

          • Irish Sweetness

            Ew.

        • SC Dave

          Pot calling the kettle black to be sure.

        • A7Xthebest

          +1. I used to just read the blog posts primarily and had a lot of respect for both Dave’s politics and Bears perspective but this post hit the fucking nail on the motherfucking head.

  • BerwynBomber

    Foles might have the best pump-fake of anyone not named Rothelisberger.

  • Cutty Bader don’t give a fuck

    Trestman, please take note of the Philly fake handoff, fake screen, then take shot down the field to TE or WR. It works every time and is a core Chip Kelly play. 3 plays in one.

    • Cutty Bader don’t give a fuck

      it certainly burned us 7 of 7 times they ran it.

  • BerwynBomber

    Btw, did anyone play the line in the first game? Did the Chiefs cover? I think they may have. Weird.

    • Irish Sweetness

      I thought the chiefs were faves.

      • DaBearsBlog

        Chiefs went off as 2 pt favorites

        • Irish Sweetness

          Wow. Indy were 1.5 favorites during the week I think. Pretty much a toss-up game anyway, as the playoffs are these days.

      • Irish Sweetness

        My bad, chiefs were underdogs, I didn’t take any spreads.Yep, KC covered.

        • Irish Sweetness

          Sorry , that spread was earlier in the week.

  • Irish Sweetness

    Easterbrook’s tweet was bang on there ….

    • BerwynBomber

      Though in fairness he was down to his third RB by the start of the fourth Q.

      • madscout12

        Doesn’t matter…you still run the shit out of the ball. Incomplete passes are death in that situation, as Reid should fucking know. But he didn’t learn from Philly.

      • Irish Sweetness

        Always thought it was the line and not the back anyway. Remember Timmy Smith in the Superbowl?

  • BerwynBomber

    Ugly INT by Brees there …

  • burntorangenavyblue

    With the amount of injuries that are occurring tonight, I wonder what tomorrow’s games are gonna be like. Should be very interesting

    • SC Dave

      So what’s the injury story in N.O. v Philadelphia? Not seeing that game…

      I know Charles went out v Indy, but that was not weather related if that was your meaning,,,,

      • Irish Sweetness

        The Saints corner hit a guy in the pads with his helmet, made a big deal about it on the ground, and then bitched and moaned when the doc wouldn’t let him back in. His replacement Corey White is a mong who played 3 feet off DeSean JAckson, got beat for a 40 yard PI after having his lunch eaten every other play. Celek was bumped out too.

        • burntorangenavyblue

          I know the KC vs Indy was played indoors, but the amount of injuries that occurred was crazy.

  • SC Dave

    RIP Phil.

  • Irish Sweetness

    Why was Corey White playing 3 feet off Jackson at the line?? WTF? Saw that coming. Dude thinks he’s Lester Hayes??

  • Irish Sweetness

    Don’t fumble. Score TD. Take 2 pt convo. That is all.

  • Irish Sweetness

    Man I love a silent crowd. Pissed in Philly tonight. Beautiful. Go Niners.

    • burntorangenavyblue

      My buddy is a die hard eagles fan….definitely not gonna hear from him tonight, haha

  • Irish Sweetness

    Mwah!

    pic.twitter.com/vACexDRWsi

  • burntorangenavyblue

    Temperatures around -4 with windchill approaching -30 below come time of the 49er vs. Greenbay game

  • Irish Sweetness

    Before the media get to blowing Andrew Luck for the rest of his life … a la Peyton … he wasn’t even the best QB in the game. Were those three INTs all in the first half? Way to go. Reid screwed the pooch by not running the ball when you’re 28 points up. Alex Smith was great – and I never ever thought I’d write those words together in English. Great entertainment though.

    • SC Dave

      If Smith was the best QB in the game, when WHY would he need Reid to run the ball in the second half to win? Wouldn’t the “best” QB in that game find a way to get it done anyway?

      • johnnywad

        Teams can win and lose games based on things other than Quarterback play. Sometimes they win or lose in SPITE of Quarterback play. Smith was better than Luck today and lost. Smith made the throw he had to to keep his team alive and his receiver didn’t reciprocate with a catch. Kyle Orton won a whole bunch of games in ’05 with 1800 yards and almost no points. Almost every game he won was against a more talented, more experienced quarterback. Its not as simple as you like to frame it. Its not just the Quarterback that determines the outcome.

        • bearsfantillend

          bullshit, I cant believe you don’t know everything the QB is responsible for. the QB is in charge of pass rushing, stopping the run and defending WR on the D. passing, catching, running, blocking on O, kicking/punting, blocking and returning on ST. He also helps the training staff on the side lines and makes sure the Gatorade coolers are filled. At home games he is also in charge of organizing beer vendors on the lower levels. Hell during half time the QB runs out to the concession stands and restocks hot dogs and pretzels. After the game, he hands out towels in the locker room, offers to wash his teammates backs, then after all press conference he heads out and helps clean up the stands.

          • NewBearInTown

            So that’s why they’re always supposed to be the first one in the building.

          • bearsfantillend

            Dont get me started on what the QB has to do before the game!!!! Those Lines don’t chalk themselves!

          • Irish Sweetness

            Lots of towels to hand out and toilets to scrub, that’s why they get the big money. Keep your good job. Be the first in and last to leave.

  • BerwynBomber

    Couldn’t ask for much more in terms of a first day of post-season. The NFL rules.

    • SC Dave

      Wish I had watched more of it.

      • burntorangenavyblue

        Why couldn’t you watch the game? You at work?

        • SC Dave

          I don’t own a TV; gave up that shit four years ago.

          • Irish Sweetness

            Like The Boss said “Fiftyseven channels and there’s nothin on…”

  • 4ever85 (AKA Butch Deadlift)

    Almost went 2-0 in my picks, but Philly didn’t pull off the ‘upset’. I didn’t expect the Saint’s D to hold down the Eagle’s O like that.

    • SC Dave

      Saints defense is good, and the old cliche is that defense wins championships.

      • 4ever85 (AKA Butch Deadlift)

        I was especially paying attention to the Saint’s D because they’re going to be our blue-print for 2014.

        • johnnywad

          In what way Butch? The only Saints game I watched was with the Beloved, so I’m not very familiar with it. What do the Bears need to do to model themselves after the Saints D? If the Bears could turn the unit around like the Saints did, look out.

          • 4ever85 (AKA Butch Deadlift)

            The Saints were TERRIBLE last year on D. Historically so, just like us.

            They hired Rob Ryan, a DC who can take control of their D, changed schemes and got some new blood on that side of the ball, and I THINK they finished with a top 10 D this year, or vastly improved.

            I’m hoping Emery follows the same blue-print. I really don’t care about the scheme, just need a Rex type DC who can own that D. However, I’m not sure any A+ DCs will be available for Emery.

            Sometimes getting the right person has as much to do with timing as with judgement.

          • SC Dave

            Saints in 2013 regular season ranked as follows. 2012 rankings are in parentheses:
            4th (32nd) in yards allowed
            4th (31st) in points allows (yes, this is a little more than just defense)
            2nd (31st) in passing yards allowed
            19th (32nd) in rushing yards allowed
            8th (32nd) in first downs allowed

            Vastly improved indeed. While clearly Ryan had a huge impact, some part of this was no doubt the impact of Bountygate on the 2012 team.

          • SC Dave

            Same numbers for the Bears:
            31 (3) points
            30 (5) total yards
            18 (8) passing
            32 (8) rushing
            32 (4) first downs

            In those last two, the Bears were worst in the league by a *large* margin.

    • gpldan

      Stunned by the Eagles inability to sustain drives and move the ball consistently early. I guess they miss Jeremy Maclin, but really… that is no excuse.

      • 4ever85 (AKA Butch Deadlift)

        Couldn’t believe it either. I don’t know why they didn’t ride the NFL’s leading rusher until late in the game, or why DeSean didn’t have a catch until their ‘top’ CB went down.

        • BerwynBomber

          The Saints did a decent job of bottling up Shady until late.

        • Irish Sweetness

          That CB was money on Jackson for over a half, as soon as he got jarred up and came off …. man, his replacement was brutal. Tried to play bump and run with DeSean.

          • SC Dave

            On the season, the Eagles ran 1054 plays. Of these, McCoy rushed 314 times and caught 52 passes (and about 12 targets he did not catch). This is (314+52+12)/1054 or about 36% of offensive plays for the season (the Eagles averaged about 66 plays per game).

            Over 16 regular season games, McCoy averaged 19.6 carries and 4 targets a game.

            (Again, see caveat in my previous message…) Against N.O., it was 21 and 5, respectively. Roughly 45% of the Eagles’ plays.

            So strictly by the numbers, the Eagles utilized McCoy to a larger extent than they did in the regular season. Whether they should have rode him harder is something I cannot answer, not having watched the game.

          • 4ever85 (AKA Butch Deadlift)

            The Saints did do a good job of bottling him up early. Maybe I’m ‘old school’, but if I have the leading rusher in the NFL, a guy who can break it for a TD on any play, and someone who can thrive in the cold, control the clock and keep the ball away from Brees – I’m feeding him until he gets into his groove, esp if my D is playing well (which it was, esp in the first half).

            RBs take a few carries to get going, and later in the game it looked like Kelly finally said we’re using McCoy more, and he began getting more yards (from what I remember).

            Ironically enough, Sean Payton actually opened up the 2nd half more committed to the run, and he was using a 2nd and 3rd string rook to do it, not the NFL leading rusher. It worked too. That’s why they won and that’s why Payton has a SB ring.

          • Irish Sweetness

            Chip Kelly said he puts zero on the value of time of possession.

          • Irish Sweetness

            They showed McCoys stats over the season per quarter … his average YPC goes up in the 2nd, up again in the third, and his best work is done in the 4th. Normally.

        • SC Dave

          McCoy’s plays (per pro-football-reference.com; usually i don’t look at play-by-play this soon as I imagine there will be a couple of corrections, but…)

          Drive 1: 2 carries for 5 yds, one target incomplete. 6 plays, 24 yds, punt.
          Drive 2: 1 carry for -4 yds, one rec 7 yds. 3 plays, 6 yds, punt
          Drive 3: 5 carries for 23 yds, one rec 3 yds; 12 plays, 50 yds, missed FG
          Drive 4: 1 carry for 1 yd. 3 plays, 7 yds, punt

          Drive 5: 1 carry for 7 yds. 6 plays, 44 yds, TD
          Drive 6: no plays. 3 plays, -15 yds, punt
          Drive 7: 2 carries, 6 yds. 3 plays, 6 yds, punt
          Drive 8: 4 carries 27 yds. 7 plays, 65 yds, TD
          Drive 9: 2 carries for 7 yds, 1 rec for 5 yds. 6 plays, 28 yds, FG
          Drive 10: 3 carries for 16 yds, 1 rec for 0 yds. 8 plays, 65 yds*, TD

          That’s 26 plays to McCoy, of a total of 57 offensive plays from scrimmage. I’ll go hit up that site for information on the regular season, which should be more reliable.

  • gpldan

    Chiefs sustained the equivalent of losing Matt Forte, Michael Bush, and Alshon Jeffery in one half. THe whole train broke down on Reid.

    • SC Dave

      The offense train, at least.

    • Irish Sweetness

      And he still nearly won …

      • NewBearInTown

        The “nearly” part has little to do with the second half. And the loss of his two top running backs explains the pass heavy attack, but it was still a mistake. Even if he had to bring a linebacker in to run at the defense, he shouldn’t have let the clock get away from him like that.

  • CanadaBear

    Tough luck for KC. Reid makes Lovie look like a time mgmt genius. Always has. Hope tomorrow’s games are just as good. That and the Fudgies get their asses handed to them.

    • johnnywad

      They will Canada. They will . . . . .

      • CanadaBear

        I’m sure they will but I’m one of the worst in the world when it comes to gambling on the NFL. That’s why I don’t. Really enjoyed both games today. The weather here is the shits, snow and below zero (F). Great for watching the NFL!!

        • tobijohn

          And I’m bitching because the highs can’t stay out of the eighties down here. I’d be happy to meet you in the middle though. Forty degrees sounds just about right for this time of year..

          • BerwynBomber

            A thumb’s down for you bitching about 80s. πŸ˜‰ Fifth of January and we’ve already had a full winter here in Chicago.

          • AlbertInTucson

            Dropped back into the 60s here.

          • johnnywad

            Grocery stores have been overrun here pending the incoming weather. And you’re
            strolling about in shirt sleeves. Time to put the sign in the yard and become your neighbor methinks.

          • tobijohn

            That’s how it used to be down here in front of a hurricane – supermarkets and gas stations were tapped out. Now everybody has generators so it’s no longer a big deal. I’m lucky too in that I live next to a substation that supplies the local VA hospital and a fire station so when the power does get knocked out by a storm, our community is usually one of the first ones restored….

          • SC Dave

            Convenient!

          • tobijohn

            Not to rub it in or anything but the other day I had to swerve to avoid running over a coconut laying in the street..

          • SC Dave

            Its a relatively balmy 44 degrees here in SC.

            Weather for next weekend is forecast to be in the low 60s. Maybe I’ll hang in Charlotte to watch the game at some outdoor bar within hearing distance of the stadium. So that I can enjoy it a little more viscerally when the Panthers smoke the Packers to get to the NFC Championship.

          • CanadaBear

            Don’t think it will be the Fudgies. We’ll have to compare notes after the game. Not that I really care but I’M so sick of the media and their Rodgers love.

          • SC Dave

            Maybe that’s why people have such strong reactions to what I say. I simply don’t watch or read those guys, so all of that does not matter one iota to me.

            I want the Packers to win, as much for what I just wrote as anything else. Although I will say I don’t have any love for the 49ers and Harbaugh. That and the Panthers (who are my team once football season is officially over – you know, when the Bears are done) already won in San Francisco this season.

          • CanadaBear

            I was in Ft Myers Beach for a week before X-mas. It was one of the few warm spots in the US that week. Love FMB.

      • Trac

        Actually, I would love nothing more than to see the Cheese beat the whiner’s. I still remember how much Ditka and Walsh disliked each other and I would love to see Harbaugh lose to an 8-7-1 Team. Let em lose the next week in the divisional round.

        • Irish Sweetness

          I hate the Niners more than GB. The Eighties, man. The Eighties.

          • CanadaBear

            Normally I do too but I’m sick of the media giving Rodgers a BJ. You know, when he’s not busy with his “room mate”.

          • 4ever85 (AKA Butch Deadlift)

            Can’t do it.
            I don’t think I can root for any team not beating the Pack.
            OK, I lied. The Lions. But now that Shorts is gone, I may cheer for the Lions over the Pack.

          • SC Dave

            Confessional:

            There are three teams that I favor the Packers over. Pittsburgh, San Francisco, and New England.

        • 4ever85 (AKA Butch Deadlift)

          My issue with that scenario is that the Pack would go to the Panthers and not Seattle.

          The Pack can absolutely beat the Panthers at their home, then suddenly you have the Pack in the NFC Championship and anything’s possible, including me puking from disgust.

          9ers gotta take them out NOW.

      • Irish Sweetness

        Hope they do, the Niners are the last part of my treble – but that A-rod has a knack for the impossible ….

  • AlbertInTucson

    Colts “fans” get a win they do NOT deserve,

    I mean, talk about your “Fair Weather Fans”.

    Like Packer and Bengal faithful without enough nerve…

    …To support their teams by FILLING the stands.

    Burma-Shave

  • AlbertInTucson

    Trey Wingo is one of the few ESPN talking heads that I do not dislike, but his prediction on NFL LIVE that “All 4 home teams would win this weekend” was just stupid.

  • AlbertInTucson

    “Now the Eagles have to let the Saints score'”.

    Right call at the right time, Blogfather. Totally. In a “Lose by a Field Goal” situation such as this, the Eagles should have been letting the Saints score as soon as they could no longer stop the clock. Frankly, I’d have done it with a T.O. still in my pocket.

    The Blog has discussed the “let ’em score” concept here and I think we all pretty much agree.

    It amazes me that a supposed “innovator” like Chip Kelly stayed so “Old School” when it counted most. In today’s NFL, in a 1 possession game, just get my offense the ball with a reasonable amount of time left and anything over a minute qualifies as reasonable. At the most , your defender should put all of his effort into slapping the ball free. Plus, it was pretty obvious the Saints defense was depleted to the point that stopping the Now-In-Rythym Eagle offense was not bloody likely.

    On the other hand, if I’m Sean Peyton, I’ve told MY guys “DO NOT, under any circumstances, go into that endzone. Take a knee at the two and we will take our chances on the equivalant of a conversion kick to win this as the clock runs out.”

    While I am a believer in Marc Trestman, I submit that had HE followed this progressive approach to NFL End-Game Management, Josh McCown would have had ample time to pull out that game in Washington.

    • Irish Sweetness

      All the Eagles would have had to do is throw the ball at Corey White. Can’t believe he’s in the NFL, or maybe he just royally shit the bad and had brainfreeze after brainfreeze knowing the whole country was watching. I’d cut him there and then on principle, to let everyone in the locker room know the score.

      • 4ever85 (AKA Butch Deadlift)

        Corey White almost ISN’T in the NFL.

        I think he was a 7th round FA pick up. Hell, our 1st rounders can’t do shit (Looking at you Shea).

    • SC Dave

      Very possibly. There were many missed opportunities for the Bears this season. And for everyone else as I’m sure their fans could point out.

      That’s sports, eh?

    • 4ever85 (AKA Butch Deadlift)

      I agree. The Saints started at like the 50, so they only had like 20 yards to go to get into FG range.

      Once they got to the 40, I would have just called all out blitzed. If the Saints want to hit the long ball, I’m telling my secondary to go all out for the INT, don’t worry about the TD or tackle.

  • Shady

    Adam Schefter ‏@AdamSchefter3m
    Lovie Smith’s contract contains the clause that gives him final say over all personnel matters on the Buccaneers’ final 53-man roster.

    Good luck with that Tampa Bay.

    • bearsfantillend

      with its 3rd round pick Tampa Bay selects Whitey Slowman, Safety from University of Phoenix

      • burntorangenavyblue

        and with the 4th round pick, Tampa Bay selects Jumpoutofapool Of Molasses from Ivy Tech with a major in Jumbotron Watching

    • SC Dave

      Interesting. So what happens if Lovie builds a great roster? Will the blog still talk about Jumbotrons?

    • NewBearInTown

      Lovie is the basically the GM now. Whoever he hires, say Chris Ballard is essentially the director of scouting. That’s a great job to have because it can lead to a job with more power (like Emery has), but in the meantime its a step up for both men.
      Listen, Lovie’s not a rookie coach. He knows how to run a successful program that’s competitive on a yearly basis and he won’t be overwhelmed with the extra responsibility. The question now is what it always was, can he bring in an OC to make the other half of his team work?

      • 4ever85 (AKA Butch Deadlift)

        Didn’t they go for a ‘radical’ OC? I thought the Bucs already got their OC?

    • 4ever85 (AKA Butch Deadlift)

      haha…this is funny. Angelo traumatized Lovie, and I can’t blame him.

      As much as I think Lovie will lead to good, not great, teams, I am very curious how he would do with better personnel.

      Even the biggest Lovie hater has to admit that he was handicapped by Blind Squirrel, but it’s not as if Lovie had no input.

    • Shady

      http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/writer/jason-la-canfora/24399120/buccaneers-were-interested-in-bill-cowher-jon-gruden-before-hiring-lovie-smith

      “The Bucs are still sorting out their new front-office structure, with it quite possible that Smith could end up holding considerable sway about personnel as well. Smith has several young execs he would like to work with there — Chris Ballard of the Chiefs among them — but many lack the experience that would cement their status as general managers. It remains to be seen if the new general manager in Tampa will in essence end up reporting to Smith, which, in the eyes of many veteran execs, could be a flawed structure given Smith’s lack of expertise in that regard.”

    • Johnathan Wood

      Cannot confirm the rumors that J’Marcus Webb is currently flying to TB with a big grin on his face.

  • Cormonster

    Marshall and Ditka on ESPN talking Cutler.

    • Still a Doug Plank Fan

      Damnit. Sick dog took me out of the TV room for a while. Anything interesting? Crap, I meant to record that.

      • Cormonster

        Marshall stated the obvious. Glad Cutler got signed and offense only gonna get better. Talked about no weapons in the past, terrible offensive lines, and musical chairs at coordinator. All reasons why I’ve given Cutler the benefit of the doubt in the past. He’s been pretty damn good with the cards he’s been dealt.

        • Still a Doug Plank Fan

          Thanks man. The musical chairs + oline “issues” to me was near criminal.

  • 4ever85 (AKA Butch Deadlift)

    Dalton doesn’t win today, he could end up going the route of Mark Sanchez.

    • BerwynBomber

      Depends. Small-markets can be more forgiving for QBs, HCs and GMs. Look at Marvin Lewis. He may have the longest tenure in HC ranks these days and he has yet to win a playoff game.

    • burntorangenavyblue

      I don’t think he’ll have a problem finding another team though if that’s the case.

    • BerwynBomber

      Oddly enough, Sanchez’s problem was never the post-season. He played well there. It was in the regular season where he began stinking up the joint.

  • BerwynBomber

    Does Rivers always wear gloves? It’s 40 degrees there. Take off the Isotoners, Phil, and acclimate yourself to southern Ohio.

  • Still a Doug Plank Fan
  • BerwynBomber

    Potentially huge error there by the Red Rifle.

  • BerwynBomber

    Horrible second half from Dalton.

    • 4ever85 (AKA Butch Deadlift)

      New QB for Bengals? I wonder if the HC survives.

  • SC Dave

    That run puts the nail in Cincinnati’s coffin

    • BerwynBomber

      Good for Ronnie Brown. Dude’s a graybeard back-up now. Used to like him when he ran for the Fish. Was a violent slasher like AP, though of course not on that level.

  • 4ever85 (AKA Butch Deadlift)

    Is the sprinkler dance considered old school now, or is that still reserved for the robo-cop, running man and rodger rabbit?

    • BerwynBomber

      The sprinkler dance never gets old.

  • SC Dave

    Guess I’ll go watch the NFC game… can both teams lose? Maybe GB wins, but Rodgers breaks a couple of ribs?

    • burntorangenavyblue

      Maybe it’ll go into 3 OT? That’d be epic and brutal on the players

  • 4ever85 (AKA Butch Deadlift)

    How cold is it at Lambeau? Apparently, the blood has frozen before hitting the brain.

    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/BdPw1xdCUAABt4L.jpg:large

    • RenoBear

      Figures… He’s putting ketchup on a dog too …

      • OMG! I said the same thing at about the same time!

    • ketchup on a brat? what a bunch of jerks.

  • BerwynBomber

    The Cheese’s D blows. Crabtree looking like a difference maker.

    • 4ever85 (AKA Butch Deadlift)

      I don’t know about the 9ers playcalling in the redzone.

      Two rollout passes against a horrible run D?

      • BerwynBomber

        Agreed. Bad play-calling. And I’ve become less and less of a fan of the rollout w/in the ten. Usually cuts off half the playing field.

  • johnnywad

    At this rate, Buck and Aikman will have a hard time finding ways to blow Aaron Rodgers. They will be so sad.

    • RenoBear

      Yes they really love Rodgie and the Fudge in general…

    • Still a Doug Plank Fan

      HEH…no, they’ll find a way…unconditional love, all that.

  • RenoBear

    Nice to see the refs are up to their usual by letting the fudge get away with all kinds of penalties…

    • 4ever85 (AKA Butch Deadlift)

      I set the “Lambeau bump” at 5 calls/non-calls going GBs way. So far, 2 (in the redzone no less).

      • RenoBear

        That sounds just about right

  • RenoBear

    Damn. Rodgers calls for a flag EVERY time he is touched. Douche

    • burntorangenavyblue

      Over/Under on Rodgers asking for a flag this game? Lol

      • RenoBear

        I’ll go with 21… After every single incompletion and sack he asks for a flag… I think he’s at about 9 already

        • burntorangenavyblue

          I’ll go 26 given that this game is a playoff game and it is a close one

    • SC Dave

      Well, he is the ” superstar” , so why not? I’ m sure it will work sometimes.

      • RenoBear

        This. Unfortunatley

  • RenoBear

    It is very fun to watch him so frustrated in this game though… Cry Rodgers cry

  • RenoBear

    Boy Aikman and Buck sure are gettin excited now that the Fudge are driving

  • Ufficio

    Fuck Green Bay.

    • RenoBear

      Yep. An entire team and city of douche-clowns

      • Shady

        Except for the faithful Bears fans who live there of course.

        • RenoBear

          Of course, that goes without saying..

          • Shady

            I remember leaving after the Monday night victory the Bears put on the Packers this season, and on the way out there was a house within a few blocks of Lambeau that was lit up with blue and oragne lights that spelled out: Da Bears!

          • RenoBear

            Lovin that

    • 4ever85 (AKA Butch Deadlift)

      knew it was going to be closer than ppl thought. I never trust teams that are inconsistent on O like the 9ers.

      Hopefully, they wake the fudge up.

      • Irish Sweetness

        Kap grew up a Packers fan. I knew there was a reason I didn’t like him. One trick pony too.

  • burntorangenavyblue

    Nice

  • SC Dave

    Excellent call giving the ball to Gore right after he made that kickass block to spring kaepernick

    • 4ever85 (AKA Butch Deadlift)

      Running the ball against a horrible run D. What a novel idea!

  • RenoBear

    Bam..

  • burntorangenavyblue

    OMG, even if you’re offsides, just go after the QB! 9ers just stopped b/c I guess it would be less likely called on them? WTF?!?

  • RenoBear

    Yes announcers be sure to rationalize that pick by rodgers

    • SC Dave

      He got away with it

  • Ufficio

    Niners have no pass rush.

    • and we should know. we’re experts on not having a pass rush.

  • SC Dave

    Hmmm.. a ball game. 13-10. About right…

  • burntorangenavyblue

    WTF of a commercial was that?!?!? the lady giving birth…did anyone else see that?…..just wow

    • Still a Doug Plank Fan

      It’s been a year of tasteless commercials…remember the K-Mart Joe Boxer ad? Head-shakingly disgusting, really.

      • burntorangenavyblue

        It was a commercial for Big East basketball I think? I couldn’t really connect the dots, no matter how hard I tried

        • Still a Doug Plank Fan

          Yeah, apparently a pair of announcers for the Big East are known for being “animated”, and prompted the birth of the baby in their enthusiasm. No dots to connect – it’s just stupid.

  • burntorangenavyblue

    SMH….really 9ers?

    • johnnywad

      Why not run the ball to open the half with a lead? Don’t get it

  • SC Dave

    Packers making it happen on d there

  • johnnywad

    Rodgers severely under throws a wide open James Jones on 3rd and 8 from midfield. He has to come back to the ball in double coverage. Aikman’s take on the incompletion? Jones just couldn’t haul it in. Jesus

    • burntorangenavyblue

      Yeah, it’s pathetic how much they can talk about qb stuff, but when they mention anything else, like Gore, they spend 15 seconds giving a compliment, and that’s it…hopefully the national audience mail FOX a bag of turd with their name on it so that they can get a hint

    • SC Dave

      Why do you care what those chumps say? Turn off the sound

      • johnnywad

        Its a valid question. I have no answer for it. Maybe I just dislike anything that favors the Fudge.

  • SC Dave

    Nice tackle therr on gore… and slip recovery by crab

  • Still a Doug Plank Fan

    I remember that someone here on the blog pointed out last year that the Kaepernick/Russel/RGIII phenomena would be schemed for and essentially put a stop to all that running shit. Mostly, that has happened, hasn’t it?

    And because I can’t post that without a Bears reference, let’s not forget that even in Vick’s prime in Atlanta, we always gave him fits when he tried to run.

    • SC Dave

      Urlacher did that to people. That boy could play

      • Still a Doug Plank Fan

        Yeah, Dave. He was smart as hell back there, and damn he was fast.

      • Irish Sweetness

        Stop, I’m getting misty. He was my man. You always knew it would be alright when Brian was in there, Briggsy beside him, Peanut in behind. You were always waiting for the INT, the strip sack, the forced fumble. Grossman turning it over 6 times against Arizona and Brian never gave up in spite of him. He fucked his wrist and we endured Hattie H in at Mike ….worst Bears D ever, and now this …..

        (sniff)

        Aside : Hillenmeyer currently owns a company called OverDog, which allows fans to compete against pro athletes in video games over a mobile app

        Sounds like a winner. smh

  • burntorangenavyblue

    That’s 2 down so far

  • burntorangenavyblue

    9ers absolutely must get their head in the game on O….they will need that last timeout at the end of the 4th quarter…..

  • Ufficio

    Awesome usage of timeouts, Niners.

    • burntorangenavyblue

      Looks like Boldin is rushing with listening to the playcalls and more worried about getting his legs moving b/c his brain is already frozen, or something of that sorts

  • Still a Doug Plank Fan

    Ya know, I just didn’t think the GB D was all that good. SF making them look awesome.

  • burntorangenavyblue

    NICE!

    • Still a Doug Plank Fan

      Hell YES!

      • burntorangenavyblue

        Hat Trick maybe?

        • burntorangenavyblue

          Uh, that playclock was on ZERO

          • Still a Doug Plank Fan

            Yeah, but you know, it’s Aaron Rodgers…doesn’t he get extra time by default?

  • tobijohn

    Surprised they didn’t call PI on SF. Not that they should of just because, ya know, it’s the Packers

    • burntorangenavyblue

      Maybe the refs felt since the playclock hit zero, they’d let the PI slide too?

      • Still a Doug Plank Fan

        …and did I see that Rodgers slid across the line of scrimmage? Nah, surely not.

        • SC Dave

          Oh man, you *know* that is the Majkowski Special!

  • SC Dave

    This is a ball game is all i gotta say

  • Still a Doug Plank Fan

    NOW, if SF can actually put together a drive…..against this stellar GB D (sarcasm intentional)

  • Still a Doug Plank Fan

    Oh for crying out loud……

    • burntorangenavyblue

      There were actually a few holding in that pile too! But yeah, for crying out loud

      • burntorangenavyblue

        You can totally tell by the replay that there were several holdings going on

  • Ufficio

    For fuck’s sake.

  • bearsfantillend

    how bout a holding penalty

    • Ufficio

      How about three holding penalties.

  • Still a Doug Plank Fan

    Post game presser…”And most of all, thanks to our good friend Jeff Tripplette for his support…”

    • tobijohn

      If holding is going to be such a subjective call, why not just do away with it altogether. Just make the O linemen wear canvas bags on their hands so they can’t grab anything

  • burntorangenavyblue

    HAHAHA, he almost fell trying to do the leap! But who in the world spikes the ball for someone else that scored?

    • SC Dave

      What.. it was an awesome play by Rodgers to get out of that shit

      • johnnywad

        Only reason he got away was a monster hold the refs chose to ignore. Miners D Lineman was grabbed with two arms in a bear hug from behind and pilled down from behind when he had both arms on Rodgers. Refs chose to ignore it. Watch the replay.

        • SC Dave

          You guys *still* can’t get it, can you? For whatever reason, he DID get away.

          • johnnywad

            Because the lineman was illegally ripped down from behind in the moment he was about to pull him to the ground. As I said, watch the replay. Should have been a 10 yard walk off and replay the down. Period. I don’t really care what the Rodgers did as a rest of the penalty because it shouldn’t have counted. Or do the rules not apply to him? I think you’re losing tmy point because context and overall tone is lost in this format. Did Rodgers do the smart thing in getting away? Sure. But is never happens if the play is refereed properly. That play will go down as one of those, ” Ooooh Aaron is so wonderful, he put the team on his back and did everything humanly possible to save the day for his team, because he’s so awesome.” moments instead of what is was. A play that should be negated by penalty. And not just any penalty. A blatant one that directly impacted his ability to make the play. This wasn’t some bullshit holding on a punt return 30 yards from the ball. I hate conspiracy theories (sorry Irish) and nearly all are bunk. But with what I’ve seen in the NFL this year, I’m kind of wondering if there isn’t a touch of bias here. Look at the play again and tell me if you think it shouldn’t have been called. I’m not taking away from Aaron Rodgers. He’s the second best QB in the game right now to Manning and a first ballot HOF. But something smells funny. OTOH he didn’t do enough to win yesterday, so by your measure . . . . . . Aaron Rodgers = Loser. Right?

          • SC Dave

            I did not deny there was holding. But he could have been taken down anyway and was not.

            Should the play have counted? No.
            Did it count? Yes.

            On the bias thing, I think most major competitive sports in which judgment calls exist are slanted towards the “superstar”. Especially when there is a “story” behind it, as existed with Rodgers at the end of this season. I was playing Golden Tee during the game, so did not give it full attention.

            Many here indicated that the Packers repeatedly got away with holding, which would go along with the “story”, in the same way that the call on McClellin did.

      • burntorangenavyblue

        Not sure why you mentioned the old play….I was talking about the touchdown, lol

        • SC Dave

          Probably because I was using my stupid phone at the time and its too hard to keep up.

      • bearsfantillend

        I have realized that your football acumen is non existent, because that has to be the most idiotic statement you have made, and quite frankly you have made a lot of idiotic statements so far this year. My 5yr old nephew was able to realize that there was holding on the play.

        • SC Dave

          Whatever dude. Perhaps some day you will get past your five-year old’s understanding that the “what” matters so much more than the “why”

      • Cormonster

        No it wasn’t.

      • Irish Sweetness

        A-rod wasn’t doing the holding, we can’t blame him. In fact I’m shocked he tried it, he was holding that thing up like a glass of champagne in a crowded room – I know what Peanut would have done. But he’s got that knack, what did he have against us .. .3 4th down conversions?

  • bearsfantillend

    holy crap that Old Spice commercial is creepy

  • burntorangenavyblue

    WTF Old Spice?!?!?!?

  • burntorangenavyblue

    Ding…is that 4 down?

  • burntorangenavyblue

    NICE!

  • Still a Doug Plank Fan

    Who was it way down south of this comment that called a triple OT?

    • burntorangenavyblue

      Haha, that was me just being silly

      • Still a Doug Plank Fan

        Heh, not sounding QUITE as funny now, is it? Whew!

  • tobijohn

    Jeff’s Tweets have been conspicuously sparse today…

    • Still a Doug Plank Fan

      I think it was because Irish started an over/under on him doing 200+ tweets, TJ…

      • burntorangenavyblue

        He probably realized that his tweets, although some were good, were starting to get out of hand

        • burntorangenavyblue

          They started to get “shtwitty” at times

          • burntorangenavyblue

            I kid I kid….I just hope that he realizes that as good of a journalist/blogger/media guy that he is, he probably has enough respect for himself and not get carried away with using Twitter unlike many other media/journalists do

          • Irish Sweetness

            I honestly don’t know how he has time to do anything else. He could be getting a bj and then he reaches for the phone, “Hold on hon, that Lacrosse coach is waaaay over the line …”

            I signed up for twitter so I could get football stuff from my players – until I realised it was all photos of their new Nikes and shameless promotional stuff. Bullshit.

            I’ll get McMahon to acknowledge me if it’s the last thing I do. I was only 13, Jim. One lousy letter, that’s all I wanted. I turned to you in my hour of need. I’ll bet you pissed on the unopened letter I sent you. Now a tweet is too much?

            LACES OUT!

        • tobijohn

          Think it might have been a family intervention?

        • Still a Doug Plank Fan

          Can they be “Out of hand”? Aren’t tweets by nature merely “offhanded”?

          God, sorry….I’m old enough to think that’s actually funny shit right there.

          • Still a Doug Plank Fan

            That joke was so bad, I gave MYSELF a down vote.

      • tobijohn

        he’s had one comment this entire game

    • RenoBear

      I noticed that…thought he’d be all over this game…odd

  • Still a Doug Plank Fan

    Peanut woulda punched the ball out on that last Lacy run. Surprised more player haven’t worked on that.

  • burntorangenavyblue

    Zero AGAIN

    • Still a Doug Plank Fan

      …and the march to an OT begins…

      • burntorangenavyblue

        LMAO

  • RenoBear

    Holding badly on all packers pass plays it is so bad

  • RenoBear

    Whoa! Finally called one!!

  • tobijohn

    Whoever wins, it’s going to take them the full week until their next game to thaw out…

    • Still a Doug Plank Fan

      If BONB’s prediction of 3 OT’s comes to pass, they’ll need a week in Ecuador.

      • Irish Sweetness

        I thought Faulk’s prediction of over 1000 yards offense was spectacular in the KC-Indy game. More what you’d expect in the NO-Philly matchup.

    • burntorangenavyblue

      Hopefully with the drastic change in temperatures, a few potholes will develop in their bodies….I’m bored and my jokes are getting out of hand, haha

      • Still a Doug Plank Fan

        I’m going to just shuttup. WAAAY too many bad jokes lurking on my keyboard.

  • SC Dave

    Five minutes… who wants it most?

  • tobijohn

    That was almost the ballgame…

    • burntorangenavyblue

      I think Rodgers would have marched them down the field if there was that much time left still…so who knows?

      • tobijohn

        I meant that looked like a sure pick 6….

        • burntorangenavyblue

          ah gotcha

  • burntorangenavyblue

    They need to run the ball more! Do not let Rodgers get that ball back w/ too much time left!

  • SC Dave

    That mssed pick 6 may be the game

    • Ufficio

      Let’s hope so.

  • Still a Doug Plank Fan

    WHEW!

  • SC Dave

    Niners tooooo lucky

    • Still a Doug Plank Fan

      On that pick, maybe. I think they’ve been suffering from zebra burn for a couple of quarters now, though.

      • SC Dave

        Perhaps, but as bears fans, your eyes may be a bit jaundiced

    • Ufficio

      Shrug. Unlucky refs missed blatant hold(s) on 4th down.

  • burntorangenavyblue

    Imagine if the Bears were hosting tonight at Soldier Field…that’d be one hell of a snow bowl. I’m so sore from shoveling and I took a break awhile ago. I gotta do it again after the game before the cold spell comes in a freezes it all rock-hard. How’s everyone else faring? Oh, and my county is under a state of the emergency, fun times

    • burntorangenavyblue

      Oh, if you live in the tropics, STFU, haha

      • Irish Sweetness

        I didn’t say a word. I wouldn’t. I remember cold. Kind of. People walk around in winter gear here when it drops to 28. Celcius. For real – I walk into 711 with my two little girls and people stare at you wondering how you could let your little babies walk around without coats on … WHEN IT’S EIGHTY FUCKING DEGREES IN THE SHADE !!

    • SC Dave

      But were not…. *sigh*

    • Still a Doug Plank Fan

      Still 45 degrees here, but what yer getting is on it’s way to us…supposed to roll in on us beginning about 7 a.m. tomorrow.

  • johnnywad

    Kap is an exceptional athlete, but his accuracy is questionable. He’s fortunate to be a Niner.

    • Ufficio

      Gazelle!

    • Irish Sweetness

      Sneaky athletic, even?

      He overthrew Boldin down the left sideline by about five yards. I’ve never seen that before. He’ll probably say he was throwing it away. Right Kap, you throw it away .. vertically.

  • burntorangenavyblue

    Dun Dun Duuunnnnn!

  • SC Dave

    Block fg td

    • burntorangenavyblue

      Kicker shatters his toes, the ball explodes b/c it’s so cold. Ball goes nowhere, time runs out, OT. Dramatic statement

      • Still a Doug Plank Fan

        …and all so you can make your bookie happy.

        • burntorangenavyblue

          Haha, I don’t bet, seriously

          • Still a Doug Plank Fan

            Here we go…wow. Guess I was REALLY wrong on that whole running QB’s post earlier.

    • Still a Doug Plank Fan

      Uhm, no.

      • burntorangenavyblue

        He meant 9ers recover the blocked kick and take it to the house

        • Still a Doug Plank Fan

          Okay. I was getting worried about Dave there for a sec.

      • SC Dave

        No, I really wanted the Packers to win. I wrote why in this thread. So much for being able to *feel* the pulse of a Packers loss next weekend. Guess I’ll have to be happy with seeing it today.

        • Still a Doug Plank Fan

          I will not say I’m sorry the pack lost. Didn’t catch yer other post.

  • Still a Doug Plank Fan

    YEAH BABY! G’nite, Packers Fans! Yer party is OVER!

  • tobijohn

    As the Germans say, Schadenfreude!

    • Irish Sweetness

      Die playoffs ist kaput vor die Packers, oder?

  • 4ever85 (AKA Butch Deadlift)

    Hey, Jeff, when do the Packers play again?

  • burntorangenavyblue

    I think Troy and Buck are in GB locker room, letting Rodgers cry on their shoulders. Actually, maybe it’s them crying on Rodgers’ shoulders?

    • SC Dave

      Let them weep

  • Still a Doug Plank Fan

    Final Curtain Call for NFC North. Man, our division was pretty unimpressive this year.

    • SC Dave

      Seems to me we were mostly puffing chests at the NFC north being so tough before the season started…

      • Still a Doug Plank Fan

        Yep. But alas, all the division could manage was the lowly packers in one po game.

    • AlbertInTucson

      No more so than the “NFC Least”. The North had to injure it’s way to that level. The “Least” set the bar.

      • gpldan

        Gym Shorts can bring the asswipe all day long and still not equal the clown party that is the Washington Redskins. Shanny LOOKS like the guy on the helmet!

      • Still a Doug Plank Fan

        Agreed. But the East is like a 16-game Reality TV show. Shame, really. They used to be a respectable division, and one to be reckoned with.

  • johnnywad

    Bears and Packers won the same.number of games this season. Just saying

    • Still a Doug Plank Fan

      …and on a side note, Jim Schwartz has been banished to the Cleveland Browns.

      • BerwynBomber

        Did the Browns hire him?

        • Still a Doug Plank Fan

          New GM has final say, but yes, preliminarily, however that works. He accepted.

          • BerwynBomber

            Just googled it. Naming Shorts the DC before they’ve even settled on an HC? The Clowns seem like one fucked up organization.

          • Still a Doug Plank Fan

            Birds of a feather. Shorts and the browns were made for each other. It really was a bizarre move. But, its the browns…

          • johnnywad

            Weird move, but he is a qualified DC I believe.

          • Still a Doug Plank Fan

            Qualified is one thing, but so was Jerry Glanville. The Browns D will adopt the personality of its coach, as most do if there is any respect at all. Which means the word “douche” is going to once again be in the fine print next to Gym Shorts’ name on the door.

            That is, if the new GM (whoever that is) keeps him on, and he doesn’t wind up with a head coach that reigns him in….how weird, to hire a DC before you hire the guy that could just throw him out of the building.

          • Irish Sweetness

            Ah Jerra. I miss the oilers.

            Wasn’t it Glanville that said when they were playing Chicago, the fans were throwing snowballs at him? Payton walks over to his sideline … Jerry looks at him as if to say WTF? Wally says: “If I stand beside you coach they won’t throw any snowballs.”

            Class.

  • burntorangenavyblue

    Wow, GB almost blocked that kicked. Good game, GB out. Now who do I root against for the playoffs?

    • tobijohn

      I’m gonna have to get behind the Panthers (who have to be the underdog of the remaining teams)…

      • 4ever85 (AKA Butch Deadlift)

        I might have to root for the Panthers too. Always like a dog, and Cam had a lot of haters coming into the league calling him JaMarcus Russell part 2.

        • Trac

          I have no dog in the hunt. I could have rooted for the Chiefs all the way but twas not meant to be. I guess I have to get behind the Colts. They are who I wish we were this year. They go 2-14, lose their coach, draft a stud qb, win 11 games the next year and make the playoffs after going 2-14. This year they win their division and come from 28 behind to win yesterday.

          Why have we struggled to make the playoffs every year? Is their division that bad?

          • burntorangenavyblue

            Uh, yep

          • Irish Sweetness

            We’re the Grabowskis. We work and work and just keep going.

        • Still a Doug Plank Fan

          I think there were some rumblings that he was going to become the RGIII drama queen of Carolina at one time, too.

          Doesn’t appear to have happened though. Good on him for that. I mean, his mom wasn’t in the news ripping Rivera for not using her son to run often enough, like RG2 vs. Shanahan.

  • tobijohn

    FWIW, all the remaining NFC playoff teams have serious Defenses…

    • Trac

      If only we had of had the Jaguars D this year. smh

    • BerwynBomber

      I’m still not convinced NO’s D is all that but it is definitely improved. They were ranked 4th in the NFL but I tend to trust the parameters of the Aikman Efficiency ratings more and there they finished 15th. But yes Seattle, SF and Carolina are in the top four of the latter. All three are about as good as it gets on that side of the ball.

      • gpldan

        Curtis Lofton is a hoss in there. He’s everything you would want Bostic to be.

        • BerwynBomber

          Yeah, he’s tough and Cameron Jordan is a beast on the line. For that matter, Malcom Jenkins is a fine safety. I’m just not sold on their overall D being at the level of Sea, SF and Car.

        • SC Dave

          Curtis has put up some numbers to be sure. I have not seen him play much. On the other hand, I have watched Luke Kuechly and that dude is bad ass.

  • SC Dave

    Go Panthers!

  • SC Dave

    Oh., and that was one hell of a football game this evening. Fortunately, one of te two teams I wanted to lose did. So long as the Panthers fuck up the ‘niners next weekend I’m good

  • Trac

    Random stat.

    The Bears were the 4th oldest team in the league this year. Hmmm. I wonder if that had anything to do with injuries?

    • SC Dave

      Maybe, although Hayden, Melton and Collins are not really “old” I imagine. Peanut, yes.

    • BerwynBomber

      Interesting. Wouldn’t have guessed that but upon second thought it is not that surprising.

  • BerwynBomber

    Cheese out. They actually played a little better than I expected but Kapernick’s running ability ultimately killed them — that and the fact they have a patchwork D. Anyway, heckuva WC weekend. Only game that didn’t go down to the wire was SD/Cincy and that was semi-interesting just to see Dalton collapse in the playoffs again, at home no less. Hoping both SD and NO play well next weekend as those are the two games that could get out of hand.

    • SC Dave

      Actually, I’m surprised they didn’t win. But they are staying home, and that’s just fine.

  • beninnorcal

    Hey, I wonder if Phrozen-douche and Big Cheesedick are gonna come by to taunt us like I challenged them to last week, must’ve been nice having a one-week-longer season than our own. Whoop-dee-fuckin-do. Douche bags.

    • Guest

      In the end, the Packers wind up 8-8.

  • AlbertInTucson

    Don’t you just LOVE how Bucky & Troy fail to mention the blatant CHOKE HOLD by a Packer lineman that allowed Rodgers to “miraculously” escape and hit Cobb.

    • BerwynBomber

      Aikman called it out on the replay.

      • AlbertInTucson

        Missed that. My bad. Sorry, Troy.

  • gpldan

    Niners over Carolina
    Seahawks Over Saints
    Pats over Indy
    Broncos over Chargers

    • gpldan

      Although if I must pick an upset, I go with the improbable Colts.

      Now here is a picture of a man wearing a Steven Seagal mask. No wait, that IS Seagal.
      http://dailycaller.com/2014/01/05/of-course-steven-seagal-is-mulling-a-run-for-governor-of-arizona/

      • AlbertInTucson

        Kaepernick is going to have to make a lot more plays from the pocket against Carolina than he did today against the patchwork Packers.

        Panthers totally frustrated him early in the season. He better hope they forgot how they did it.

        • gpldan

          I know Da Blog loves them Da Keuchley and Rivera’s D but I am one of those doubters of Newtonian Physics.

          I think the stage is bigger than he is.

          • RenoBear

            I concur. I have never been sold on Newton. I just still don’t think he has the emotional and mental makeup needed to be great. He’s too damn flamboyant and a head case on the sidelines…

      • BearFanInDE

        The hair! πŸ™‚

      • CanadaBear

        He’s thinking about running for Gov in AZ. That could lead to some Rob Fordlike behaviour.

        • burntorangenavyblue

          If he succeeds, then AZ will be in a new “dark territory” during his tenure…ok, I’ll let myself out

        • Irish Sweetness

          Clay Aiken is going to run for Congress. I don’t expect any of you know who Clay Aiken is, and that’s a good thing – but that’s one of the things wrong in America. You can literally be what you want to be. They installed an actor as Prez so they could get him to de-regulate the banks. You could have Clay Aiken between you and The Fed. And he hasn’t got a clue who the Fed really are.

          Not the the crooks in Congress now are doing anything about it.

  • AlbertInTucson

    At some point, don’t you have to make Kaepernick beat you from the pocket instead of ceding contain and letting him toast you for for almost 100 yards rushing, yet again?

    He made made MULTIPLE crappy throws when forced to stay in the pocket and kept the Packers in the game. One WAS picked and that late one underneath should have been picked by Hyde and probably would have won the game for Green Bay.

    I will be surprised if he can beat Carolina with the effort he put forth today.

    Vaiiant effort by your not very good defense, Packers. But in the end, you’re just another 8-8 team.

    • gpldan

      Hyde had the game in his hands.

      • Ufficio

        LITERALLY

    • BerwynBomber

      Agreed. And yeah Kapernick was damn lucky that sideline ball wasn’t picked by Hyde. That would have, indeed, been ballgame. But hey, the kid had the same skill-set last year and came w/in a hair’s breath of wining the SB so who knows.

  • AlbertInTucson

    Must have KILLED Ed Hochuli that he had to cover his face all day.

    • BerwynBomber

      His face? Must’ve killed him that he couldn’t flex his guns.

    • SC Dave

      No WONDER the Packers got away with all that holding ya’ll report.

  • BerwynBomber

    Any thoughts about Whisenhunt being the Kittens’ leading candidate? I suppose he’s an upgrade over Shorts but I don’t think they’re getting the next Belichick either. Btw, haven’t heard any news about Minny’s search.

    • burntorangenavyblue

      He doesn’t really come across as a force to be reckoned with for the NFC North….we’ll have to see what he does with the personnel and the draft and how the team responds to his hiring. Can’t see him hiring someone that will keep Suh or Fairly in check.

      I think the Vikings have learned their past mistakes and are going to really search deep and thoroughly with the coaching search. Could you see Shanahan going there?

      • BerwynBomber

        I wonder if Shanahan’s a little odorous right now and needs a year to get the DC stink off him. Yep, feel the same as you about Whisenhunt. Doesn’t strike a lot of fear. Somewhat of a shrug of a hire, if that’s the way they purportedly go.

        • burntorangenavyblue

          If it isn’t Shanahan, then probably since the Vikings are being so mum, they may either be already in negotiations with someone or is waiting out the result of the BCS championship…think either one of the coaches would go to NFL?

          • AlbertInTucson

            The knock on Shanny is now: “No Elway – No Success.
            At this point is he willing to step back down to just an OC?
            Would you want him on your staff, even if he was?

          • gpldan

            “Wanted – Horse Faced QB for rebuilding reputation effort”

          • EnderWiggin

            Maybe they hire their sexist ST coordinator…

        • johnnywad

          I’m thinking Shanahan may be done for good. His handling of RGIII is probably the
          nail in his coaching coffin

  • AlbertInTucson

    Andy Dalton or Jay Cutler? Is that even a valid question anymore?

    • BerwynBomber

      You mean in terms of getting a team to the playoffs? (Sorry, couldn’t help the post-contract jab, Jay lovers; it’s all good.) But yeah, Dalton laid an egg and his post-season stats are approaching historic lows. Marvin Lewis has also yet to win a playoff game and has been there ten years.

      • AlbertInTucson

        Jay can’t play defense. Conversely, Cincy’s defense kept that game in reach.

        • johnnywad

          I second that motion. Carried

    • SC Dave

      Was it a valid question to begin with?

      • AlbertInTucson

        There were plenty who thought it was.

  • CanadaBear

    Dalton shit the bed big time. Too bad because now we get another week of the biggest DB QB in the league. Oh well. I was beginning to wonder if the refs were ever going to call a foul in the SF/GB game. They let the DB’s play like it was 10 years ago. No issue with that as long as it is consistent. However, GB’s OL was blatantly holding all game. The escape and pass to Cobb was ridiculous. I thought they were going to hog tie the one guy. When you’ve got both of the guy’s arms tied up above his head usually that would be holding. Not to mention you could see that all the way from Manitowoc.

    Now that Rodgers is done for the year I hope he doesn’t get arrested for receiving swollen goods from his “roommate”.

    • AlbertInTucson

      Agree. The Green Bay O-line is not capable of giving that length of protection without Hochuli and his Umpire turning a blind Eye. Bahktiari struggled all season.

      • CanadaBear

        At one point Bahktiari was arguing with the refs and he could have been called for holding twice on the same play!

    • SC Dave

      Uncharacteristically crass of you, Canada. Well done!

      • CanadaBear

        I try to make the few points I score count! Gotta save them for our arch rivals. I actually hate the Lions more because they are a bunch of cheapshot artists but Rodgers has owned us.

    • SC Dave

      Why the problem with Luck? It seems to me that fans worry way too much about off-field stuff.

      To me, it’s about the same as caring about what some slut wore to the Emmys, and less interesting to look at.

      • johnnywad

        I think his beef is with Rivers, not Luck

      • CanadaBear

        No problem with Luck. Rivers strikes me as a gigantic dick. For whatever reason the media love the guy. That’s all.

  • SC Dave

    Maybe one of ‘ya’ll put this out here already, but I know some of you were looking for a burner for the draft. This guy, maybe?

    http://sports.yahoo.com/blogs/ncaaf-dr-saturday/oregon-speedster-anthony-thomas-enter-2014-nfl-draft-020553393–ncaaf.html

    • AlbertInTucson

      What round because if it’s early, forget it.

      • SC Dave

        Looks like that’s a “no”. πŸ™‚

        • CanadaBear

          I’m saying no unless it’s a really late round. Gotta go for the D!

          • SC Dave

            True that; I was thinking 5th or later, but did not say. Oops

    • Irish Sweetness

      They should shoot the programmers at Yahoo. Clueless.

  • burntorangenavyblue

    Guys see the Bears FB post? Mentions about moving McClellin to linebacker if need be…thoughts?

    • SC Dave

      Yikes… I went to that page and… well… won’t be going back.

      If the Bears can find someplace on the field to help McClellin be effective and worth a roster spot, then they should. I would say the same about anyone on the squad, or trying to be.

      • burntorangenavyblue

        I agree.

        Was it the FB page that made you go ‘yikes’? Or the actual article?

        • SC Dave

          The page… thanks for the link. I’ve read some of that before, scattered around in different articles. It would be great if Shea turned out like the other guys listed there.

          • burntorangenavyblue

            Yeah, with Trestman acknowledging that and telling us like it is, then they’d better make something happen with it. If they do move him to LB, then do you think that we switch to a 3-4? Or still stay with 4-3 and he’s the main guy on LB?

    • burntorangenavyblue

      For those that don’t have FB, here’s the link and it’s quite interesting

      http://www.chicagobears.com/news/article-1/McClellin-may-move-to-linebacker/58054f4d-0470-4e79-aace-78193a3b5f9a

    • Irish Sweetness

      I think we’ve been saying it since day one of the draft. he’s going to be a linebacker – has to be, too small to play end … ha ……right.

  • Irish Sweetness

    Spreads for next week:

    New Orleans Saints at Seattle Seahawks (-8)
    Indianapolis Colts at New England Patriots ( -7) Really?
    San Francisco 49ers (-2) at Carolina Panthers Huh?
    San Diego Chargers at Denver Broncos (-10) Hmmm.

    Money to be made this week boys. Some juicy generous action there.

  • gpldan

    Whisenhunt to Lions.

  • burntorangenavyblue

    And this is why I love DBB more and more each and every passing minute-integrity

    SMH at the 4-letter network…http://www.awfulannouncing.com/2014/january/espn-countdown-segment-starring-trent-dilfer-and-tim-tebow-serves-only-espn.html

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