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Across The Middle — Week Nine

| November 2nd, 2016

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There were a lot of reasons why the Bears beat the Vikings. The biggest is the simplest: the Bears had a QB who could make plays under duress and the Vikings didn’t.

That’s right, Jay Cutler is back and he reminded us all why the talk of moving on from him is premature (and probably stupid).

Everyone wants to talk about the arm but the arm isn’t what makes Cutler so good. Against arguably the best defense in the NFL, without his two best offensive linemen and two of his three or four best receivers, Cutler was in complete control. After a shaky start, he threw strike after strike, converting third down after third down, time after time.

When the shit hit the fan — and it did quite often — Cutler stayed cool and made the throws he needed to make. The Bears came into the game as one of the worst third-down offenses in the league. Thry were 7-for-14 against the Vikings.

This came days after a report that John Fox was “done” with Cutler. The report clearly got to the quarterback, who showed as much emotion as he ever has, including an somewhat teary embrace with QB Coach Dave Ragone after the Bears clinched the win.

I don’t know if these last eight games will be Cutler’s last with the team. I don’t think anybody really knows. But Cutler has the ability to control his own destiny. And regardless of what anyone in the front office thinks, it has been made crystal clear that the guys in the locker room love him.

If Cutler keeps playing like he did Monday night and like he has for most of the last two seasons, the Bears would be crazy to move on for an unknown.

Rumor Has It

There was a lot of leaked information from Halas Hall last week and, quite honestly, I’m not sure if any of it is true.

First we had the report that Fox told friends he was “done” with Cutler. The notion sounds ridiculous. Was Fox at a party drinking a Spotted Cow when he leaned over to a friend and said “Pssst…I’m done with Jay.” And not only is he supposed to have done that, but he told someone who would’ve told Mike Mulligan.  Kind of far-fetched, eh?

Then, they were trading Alshon Jeffery to the Eagles for a fourth round pick. I’ve been as vocal as anyone in saying the Bears don’t value Jeffery like a lot of fans do (Monday night was a good example of why that is), but with Kevin White still unknown and on the shelf, they can’t move on from Jeffery. Certainly not for a fourth round pick, when they’d likely do better with a compensatory pick if he left as a free agent.

Ian Rapoport said the Jeffery trade rumors weren’t true, then dropped a bomb reporting the Bears’ management was looking into an outside source and indicated they were considering firing Fox. If this rumor were to be true, my guess is the outside source (in my head it’s Bill Parcells) would look at George McCaskey and Ted Phillips and tell him bluntly: his best players are all hurt. Then he’d walk out of the room.

Of course, those are all more credible than the rumor that Ted Phillips called Fox into his office and demanded that he not play Cutler.

Miller Time

The Trib spent all offseason telling us about how the Bears didn’t replace Martellus Bennett but Zach Miller sure looks like he has replaced him.

Miller has already set a career high with 40 receptions and is on pace to have around 800 yards and six touchdowns, numbers Bennett topped just once in his career with the Bears.

Had the Bears chosen to keep Bennett, Miller likely would’ve signed elsewhere. He’d older and has had durability issues, but Miller is a grinder and the kind of player the Bears should always try to keep.

A Star is Born (Again)

Jordan Howard’s game log doesn’t make sense unless he was injured:

Game One: 131 yards from scrimmage, 4.8 YPC, 26 touches

Game Two: 163 yards from scrimmage, 7.4 YPC, 19 touches

Games Three and Four Combined: 62 yards from scrimmage, 2.5 YPC, 24 touches

Game Five: 202 yards from scrimmage, 5.9 YPC, 30 touches

He had to have been hurt in Games Three and Four, right? Why else would Ka’Deem Carey have received as much playing time? Regardless, he’s still on pace to top 1,000 yards rushing this season. Not bad for a fifth round pick.

Charting The Bears

• The pass rush was about what I expected as I had the front seven players down for 16 QB disruptions. Pernell McPhee and Akiem Hicks tied for the team-lead with four, while Lenny Floyd and Cornelius Washington both had three. They’re hard to block, especially for a team like the Vikings.

• The Bears line play wasn’t as good as I initially thought. I had the Bears’ line down for allowing 12 QB disruptions as Charles Leno struggled all game, giving up five in addition to a false start. They also were responsible for six bad runs — three by Ted Larsen — and it would’ve been more if not for Howard’s vision and ability to drag defenders with him. I had Howard down for eight broken tackles in the game.

• After four inaccurate passes i the first quarter, I had Cutler down for just two the rest of the game.

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  • SC Dave

    First happy mid-week in some time, eh gang?

    • willbest

      The offense has actually had a series of hits lately. Sitton was a minor coup. Leno was a 7th rounder in 2014. Long Marshall Bennett in 2013. Miller in 2015. Jeffery in ’12. And don’t forget future HOFer Braverman this year.

      • Johnnywad

        WMU hasn’t lost a game since they kicked Braverman’s sorry little ass to the curb.

        • MB30SD

          antisemite!

  • Scharfinator

    JOHNNY (or waffle? I can’t make sense of this shit when everyone changes names every week) – WHERE ARE THE FUCKING PICS? SHOW US!!! I WANT TO SEE BLAKES PARKING SPOT

    http://imgur.com/a/jlCjR

    • MB30SD

      hahahahaha…

      #calledout

  • Irish Sweetness

    Jay was magnificent. I’ve watched it twice and only counted a few off-kilter throws, a couple of maybe-babies, but mostly either inspired lasers, or safe and economical check-downs. Polished, at ease in his role as leader. Fist-bumping his offense on the sideline. The boss is back. It was beautiful … and he didn’t even use Meredith – which worries me – other than that spectacular first down catch. Is he going to hone in on AJ the way he did with Brandon (when they loved each other)?

    A second rounder from the Eagles sounds about right. Let them pay him his retirement money. Hopefully, and with a fervent prayer … Kevin Smith develops into a good receiver to go opposite Cam, Eddie, Bellamy … and a draftee.

    • Royal is 30 and always hurt. Cameron Meredith had 2 big games against shitty defenses with even shittier DBs and has done absolutely nothing outside of that (didn’t top 30 yards in any of his other games this year, regardless of the QB). He’s a great find as a WR3/4 going forward. Maybe can develop into a WR2. Josh Bellamy is a ST player who should only play WR if multiple guys in front of him get hurt.

      Alshon Jeffery is one of the 15 best WRs in the NFL. I don’t know why you’re so eager to dump him.

      • willbest

        Jeffery isn’t liked by a number of people because he isn’t a headcase.

      • SC Dave

        Agreed. The idiocy surrounding Alshon boggles the mind.

      • CanadaBear

        My only explanation why so many fans want to dump Alshon is they like playing GM and think they can do more with the money Alshon is getting. Is he overpaid? Probably. Do I care? Not at all. The Bears put themselves in this position. I understand their reluctance to mortgage the house but it’s doubtful if White pans out, Royal is hurt more than Alshon, Meredith looks good for a #3 but not much behind that. Same with Miller. Looks good but nothing behind him. I think Pace feels the same as a lot of fans. He can do more with the money by not signing Alshon. Pace loves to stockpile the dough and try to make value picks. I agree with that except when it comes to the top players on the team.

        • I can’t make that judgment about Pace in either direction yet. He didn’t re-sign Forte, but Forte’s getting old and didn’t fit a rebuilding team. He paid Long, the only notable young player who’s been up for a contract so far, like one of the best in the NFL at his position (which he is).

          I think that Pace will not hesitate to hand a young player money if he feels the player has earned it and will continue to earn it during the guaranteed portion of the contract. That seems to be the hold-up with Alshon.

      • Irish Sweetness

        I’m not. It was a point in the piece Andrew touched upon. If they trade him, a second is good. If we keep him, sweet.

    • Sactowns#1

      I think Kevin Smith would need to lose about 100lbs, get 10 years younger and up his melatonin levels if he were going to be the answer.

      • CanadaBear

        I was wondering if someone was going to go there. Well done!

        • MB30SD

          hahahaha

      • MB30SD

        He was reasonably funny in Dogma

      • Huge Bears Penis

        We were looking last week for a backup center, so if he stays at his same weight we might be able to use him as a backup center, but you are right, age is a concern.

        • Sactowns#1

          I think he would be better as a coaches assistant. he could make the playbooks into fun little comic books. “Will evil Doctor Nosetackle be defeated by the powerful Pulling Guard?”

          • willbest

            Sure if you don’t mind waiting 6 years for him to finish it.

          • Huge Bears Penis

            I would definitely read that. Should have hired him years ago for that. I am pretty sure it could have helped some players that had problems remembering the playbook #*#COUGH–Hester–COUGH#*#

  • willbest

    Howard may have been injured or it may have been a bad game. Or maybe teams realized they could play the safeties up because Hoyer wasn’t going to beat them deep but Howard would, something they didn’t think Carey was capable of. And it wasn’t like Carey was bad. He averaged over 5 YPC in those two games Howard was quiet.

  • BearDown100393

    Vikings axe Norv Turner.

    • willbest

      See, I understand that. When the Bills were giving up 30 points on D, firing the OC didn’t make any sense, but it worked somehow.

    • MB30SD
    • beninnorcal

      I think he actually resigned. But maybe that’s in the same context as someone who crosses Hillary getting suicided.

      • CanadaBear

        Hard to say. Pretty sure he wasn’t too thrilled to have Zimmer call his guys soft. Esp since the D wasn’t exactly a brick wall against the Beloved. Not sure what the expectations were for that O after Teddy, AP and a few OLmen went down.

        • beninnorcal

          Yeah, AP alone, makes a huge difference in their offense when he’s healthy.

          • CanadaBear

            Before he got hurt AP looked human for the first time in my memory. Maybe it’s the end of the line for him as far as an elite RB. Who knows what’s going on behind the scenes in the land of 10,000 lakes. I’m just glad there is upheaval.

          • willbest

            AP had 33 carries for 54 yards before he got hurt. He is done.

            ed. excuse me. I gave him too much credit. 31 for 50 yards. Also 2 catches on 5 targets for 7 yards.

          • MB30SD

            agree.

            he looked like he was running in wet cement… with dry cement shoes on, with really heavy lead socks.

  • CanadaBear
    • Jokey

      One brick at a time…

  • CanadaBear

    Pretty sure you guys will like the NFC offensive player of the week.

    http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap3000000732502/article/derek-carr-jordan-howard-highlight-players-of-week

    • Sauron’s right eyeball

      It’s a shame Howard followed his blockers on that screen. If he’d of cut inside after he got passed the line of scrimage, it may have been a TD. Great performance by the kid.

      • CanadaBear

        Overall his vision seems really good. He goes into the pile and usually finds some type of crease for a few yards. I thought the same thing a few times that if he bounced it outside it looked wide open. Although those guys are so fast that hole closes in an instant.

      • If I had to grade his vision, I would say it’s about a B.

        It’s not as good as Forte’s (few are) but he does display patience esp for a young back.

        But his biggest asset is that he barrels into ppl, and I’m pretty sure his yards after contact are elite.

        In a game where he rams into that D, eventually they’ll cave, like the Vikes did.

        Wish he were a lil faster though. Maybe he works on that in the offseason.

        The player he reminds me of is a young Frank Gore.

        • willbest

          He is a rookie, he can learn.

        • Huge Bears Penis

          I wish he was faster too but then again Forte did not exactly have elite speed. I just looked it up and Howard’s 69 yard run was the longest run by a Bear since 2009 when Kahlil Bell ran for 72- he did not score either.

          • willbest

            Its better to know where to go, than to get to the wrong place faster.

          • Irish Sweetness

            Which is why we needed to hold onto Brian for another year.

          • Yeah, that’s why I wish he were a lil faster. Haven’t really have that homerun threat since forever. Would be nice, esp considering our ineffecient redzone O.

            Then again, if Howard were faster, he likely would’ve been drafted sooner.

    • SC Dave

      I’m hopeful that Howard continues to improve. The two top tier guys the Chicago Bears are always supposed to have are the starting RB and the starting MLB.

      Unfortunately, or perhaps fortunately, in a 3-4 you need two ILB.

  • Sactowns#1

    And with that victory the Bears murdered Norms career. Sure, it was on life support for a while but the Bears could have give n the man some oxygen, as we have with so many ailing offenses. But they didn’t. instead, they grabbed the nearest pillow and put it out of its misery.

    • MB30SD

      excellent!!

    • In some ways, I feel bad for Norv.

      Like, what can he do with that Oline, Bradford and Asiata?

      They also only have one WR and one lumbering TE.

      But, I guess someone had to fall on the sword.

      They were much too casual coming from behind against us and the Iggles.

      Like I said during the game, they’re milking the clock for us!

      Thxs, Norv! Wish you would’ve stuck around a few more years.

      • willbest

        That alone should have got him fired. In fact, I am a cynic so if I were Zygi I would have him investigated for mob ties.

  • CanadaBear

    Have to laugh at all the out-of-work MLB managers questioning Maddon’s decision to bring in Chapman in the 7th. Pretty sure Joe has a better handle on his team than they do. He was late getting the guys up in the 8th after Rizzo homered but that added 5 pitches to Chapman’s total of 20 for the outing. BFD. Not sure if the Flubs will sign Chapman but they are going to ride him like a rented mule.

    • Goin to Hell with Pernell (GP)

      They paid the big bucks for a stud closer, he can throw, but he has no curveball or slider and will get lit up if his pitches drop below 100.

      • CanadaBear

        He seemed to do OK last night and lots of pitches were under 100.

        • Goin to Hell with Pernell (GP)

          those were change-ups. you know what i meant.

          • CanadaBear

            FFS GP, he’s 6’3″ and at least 225. He’s gonna drain the tank tonight if he gets in the game. He only threw 20 pitches last night, he’ll be ready tonight. Maddon can’t really trust Strop, Grimm or Rondon. All 3 of them have been lights out and lit up recently. Gonna be a fun one tonight. If Kluber pitches as well as the other 2 times and has an ump with a big strike zone, the Cubs are in trouble. if not, I like their chances tonight.

    • willbest

      I don’t think the Cubs need to pay anybody else the next couple years.

      • CanadaBear

        They’ve got the money.

        • imagine how much they’ll make in merchandising if the Cubs win tonight.

          • MB30SD

            that’s the thing right?!

            Is ted fucking phillips really that fucking myopic that he doesn’t get/care about what wins/winning it all do for a team, a franchise, an entire city?!? Can his comments be real??

            If so, someone seriously needs to drive over to Halas and bitch slap that tool.

            Can we start a petition? who’s with me… ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh!

          • Goin to Hell with Pernell (GP)

            Was it over when the Germans bombed Pearl Harbor?

          • MB30SD

            NEVAH!

      • I would love to see them re-sign Dexter Fowler, though I don’t know if it will happen. I think they’ll probably be content to let Chapman walk.

        They said last year one of the reasons they made 3 sizable FA signings was they thought that FA class was much better than this years’, so they made 2 years’ worth of signings. Outside of a couple depth moves for the bullpen/bench, they’ll likely be pretty quiet.

        Already have their entire rotation back, plus Mike Montgomery possibly competing for 5th spot with Hammel. Key bullpen guys like Rondon, Strop, Edwards, Montgomery, Wood, and Grimm are under team control.

        Already have every regular starter back except Fowler, and Contreras/Montero at C even with Ross retiring. Schwarber coming back gives them basically 8 starters for 8 spots (Contreras, Bryant, Rizzo, Russell, Baez, Zobrist, Schwarber, Heyward), with Soler, Montero, and Almora as bench guys. Fowler back would be even better there, but otherwise that’s a perfectly good top 11 that should be better than this year with another year of experience for the young bats that make half that group up.

        That’s the beauty of this for the Cubs. It was never all about one year. They are set to be one of the best teams in baseball for the next 5+ years (though starting pitching will need to be addressed in a big way following 2017).

        • CanadaBear

          I think they will be looking for a closer because of the inconsistency in Grimm, Strop and Rondon. I like Fowler too but Almora was this regimes first draft pick so you know they want him starting next year. Not sure what they’re gonna do with Schwarbs. If catching is off the table due to the knee, he has to play LF. Up until the series with the Mets last year, he looked OK out there. He really looked bad in that Mets series. As much as Maddon loves D, he will have to sacrifice it to start Schwarbs out there. Hopefully Heyward figures out his swing in the off season. Contreras behind the plate is a mixed bag. Not much of a receiver but what a great arm. Hopefully his receiving improves. Other than that, the starting 8 is pretty strong.

          • Rondon was one of the best 10 or so closers in the game for the last 1.5 years until he got hurt this year. He’s just not himself right now.

            I agree they could look to bolster the bullpen, but I doubt it will be with a big $$ signing. I wonder if they try and trade Soler to get another bullpen arm, but realistically how high is Soler’s value right now?

            Most likely is they come with basically what they have and make another trade to get a bullpen arm in-season, like they did last year with Montgomery and Chapman.

          • They also have a number of young arms in the minors who project as late rotation or good bullpen guys. We’ll see how soon they’re ready to come help, like Edwards was this year.

        • From the little I saw of the Cubbies this year, Chapman is by far their best closer.

          If there’s no cap in baseball, why not pay him?

          I also think he brings a certain bad-ass attitude that won’t be easily replaced.

          • willbest

            Cubs are right around the luxury tax cap. But that is a whole big mess relative to the NFL’s hard cap. It also makes winning something of an enemy. Sure winning increases revenue, but you are better off spending $300 million to make $500 million than $400 million to make $550 million

          • Yeah, I’m not that familiar with the Baseball cap.

            Just knew that the Yankees always bought themselves championships every year, so why not why not the Cubbies?

            Though maybe baseball changed the rules cuz of that.

          • willbest

            Its 17.5-50% tax on every dollar over the cap which is $189 million this year. So if you spend $200 million on your roster, you have to pony out 2-5.5 million to the league depending on how many years you have been in violation of the cap.

            Though unlike football the cap includes more than just salary. It includes payroll taxes, healthcare, and a bunch of other things. And then to complicate it some players have split contracts, so to the extent they spend time in the minors they aren’t earning their majors salary.

          • He’s the best closer in baseball, IMO, so definitely the best closer on the team. And he + Rondon would probably be the best 1-2 bullpen punch in baseball, or at least in that conversation.

            We’ll see if they spend the money to do that.

      • AlbertInTucson

        Smoltz said on the broadcast that the Cubs are well-positioned, signing-wise.

    • willbest

      As a fan, it makes me nervous because I figure the Cubs are going to need to make a defensive stand if they want to win this one. Plus, he tweaked some part of his leg, and while that is hindsight analysis, the possibility for bad things was always there.

    • Huge Bears Penis

      DON’T CARE!!

      • CanadaBear

        Back atcha!

    • AlbertInTucson

      Mission: Get to a game 7.

      Mission accomplished!

      Game 7?

      Maybe Kluber mystifies the Cubbies again or maybe “Third Times the Charm” when they see Kluber again and it’s “All Hands On Deck” out in that bullpen anyway.

      Regardless, it’s all MOOT if there’s no game 7.

      I submit If the White Sox had a Joe Maddon managing, they are contenders instead of also-rans.

    • The only “experts” I believe are the former pitchers, esp closers, who played in those situations, and some have testified that the extra pitches do wear one out, make a pitcher less than 100%.

      I think there’s multiple factors involved though. How old were they at the time? Did they have the same style of pitching? What was their workload during the reg season etc.

      Chapman looks like the type of guy who says he’s 100% even if he only has one arm.

      I still think they should’ve rested Chapman completely in that last inning, but yeah, don’t know how much a difference 5 extra pitches make.

  • Goin to Hell with Pernell (GP)
    • CanadaBear

      If he gets a tenth of the settlement amount he’s fixed for life.

      • Goin to Hell with Pernell (GP)

        The settlement was nonsense. What will he clear after the vultures pick at it?

        • willbest

          It could be complicated. A lawyer would take 40% plus expenses (which would be massive) for going through trial on a contingency. But Thiel bankrolled it, so the lawyers might have been on an hourly.

      • willbest

        Wasn’t the settlement $100 million? $10 million the way those guys spend money?

  • MB30SD
  • willbest

    It occurs to me that I do not have an appropriate drink to celebrate a 108 year drought. I might have to make it up on volume.

    • SC Dave

      Easy. Nine beers and you’re good!

      9 x 12 = 108

      • Scharfinator

        It also works on a per inning basis.

  • The biggest is the simplest: the Bears had a QB who could make plays under duress and the Vikings didn’t. – Andy

    Uh, the biggest reason was our Oline mauled that D and Howard ran them over from beginning to end, while the Vikes Oline and Asiata couldn’t do shit, including at the goaline.

    2nd biggest reason is our pass rush crushed said Oline.

    Vikes only scored 10 points, and they were lucky to get that. We have scored more than 10 points in every game this season with or without Cutty.

    Cutty had a great game, but let’s not pretend like he had to put that team on his back and air it out.

    This was Chi football at its best.

    Run.

    D.

  • He had to have been hurt in Games Three and Four, right? Why else would
    Ka’Deem Carey have received as much playing time? Regardless, he’s still
    on pace to top 1,000 yards rushing this season. Not bad for a fifth
    round pick. – Andy

    It’s curious, but Howard did look stuck in mud in previous 2 games. Granted, the Pack run D is formidable, and throwing in a backup without reps for Long probably didn’t help, but still, Howard looked fresher this game.

    Also, this is why I didn’t mind Forte leaving.

    If a team builds a good Oline, nearly any back is at the very least serviceable to good.

    And good HBs always fall to 4rth/5th.

    Even if Langford/Howard/Carey didn’t pan out this year, could easily just throw another mid-rounder at the position until one sticks.

    If you look around the league, most starting HBs arent’t 1st or even 2nd rounders.

    Look at the Yeldon. Toted college prospect chosen 3 rounds b4 Howard, doing absolute shit.

    • willbest

      Its a value thing. Zeke looks special but, by function of his draft spot he is the 9th highest paid RB in the league and he had never taken an NFL snap. Plus $25 million guaranteed is unheard of in this day and age at the position.

      Not only do you have the ordinary risk of the player not transitioning to the NFL, you don’t even get good value on the contract in the early rounds for RBs. By contrast, the Eagles get to pay Wentz 6.7 million a year saving them north of 12 million to spend on other players.

      • I think what happens is that GMs get enamored with “perfection”

        They want a HB that “jumps off tape”, is 6 220, runs a 4.4, catches 50 balls, runs for 1500yds, etc

        Those are the ones they throw 1st rounders at. Like Zeke and Gurley (and look at how shitty Gurley looks in that O this year)

        But most backs, even good backs, have flaws – but some flaws are ok esp in the mid rounds and esp if the team has a good oline.

        Forte ran like a 4.6, so he fell, but his skill set were more than adequate for the NFL.

        Howard didn’t have “long speed” and lacked ‘burst’ “vision’ so he fell.

        Check out the “weaknesses” for David Johnson.

        Long-strider. Doesn’t always look like he has the foot quickness to
        burst through the hole consistently. Allows defenders to get a hand on
        him through the replace and isn’t a classic finisher. Tends to hit the
        brakes too hard in order to make his cuts. Questionable vision. Looks to
        make cuts instead of keeping the run play-side. Scouts want to see more
        fire in his play demeanor. Play strength and blocking are problems.
        Goes down too easily.
        – NFL.com

        That’s why I’m always confident some diamond in the rough will always be discovered in the mid rounds when it comes to RBs.

      • SC Dave

        So are you saying Zeke is not earning top 9 in the league salary?

        • willbest

          I am talking about relative position value. Not every position provides the same impact.

          If Zeke were an FA next year, he wouldn’t be paid all that much more than he is now. Basically, Zeke isn’t outperforming his contract, and won’t be unless he is the next AP, LT, etc. That is a great deal for Zeke, not so much for the Cowboys.

          You can argue they are getting their money’s worth but then they had to gamble not just that Zeke was a contributor but that he is an elite talent. Because anything less than an elite talent and he would be a bust.

          Compare that to Kevin White. If we were paying him top 10 money he would have gotten a 4-year 11 million a year 44 million guaranteed. We are paying him about 1/3rd of that though ranking him down round 40th. Now obviously you want to land the Jeffery and ODB’s of the world with your #1 pick. But if White were merely as serviceable as a healthy Eddie Royal he would have outperformed his rookie contract.

    • MB30SD

      ohhhhhhh, but the gnashing of teeeeeeeth and talons at the injustice!?! Whatever are we to do Butch? We shall be left destitute and RB poor. Whatever shall we do with out matt?!?!?

      157 542 3.5 67.8 6
      99 505 5.1 69 2

      guess which is which

      • willbest

        I presume Howard is the second one.

        • MB30SD

          indeed. a whopping 37 yard drop off so far, but the avg. makes up for that.. and with more than 1/3 less carries.; )

          The 4 td difference I can’t speak to because I have no idea how those tds were had… I presume, knowing matty, that they weren’t GL between the tackle tds.

          Anywho… not much of a drop off for all the alligator tears shed around here

          • willbest

            Well we don’t have a red zone offense so there is that.

          • MB30SD

            We do we’re just not using it for some inane reason

          • Huge Bears Penis

            and we weren’t using Unrein as FB until last game.

          • willbest

            I think up until last week we had a “real” FB on the roster.

          • Matty got at least 2 receiving TDs

          • SC Dave

            Pox let Forte go because of Langford, Carey, and Jizz. THAT was the anxiety, MB.

            Appears, so far, they lucked out with Howard.

            But I’m quite fine with us lucking out for a change. Who is the last 5th or later rounder that became good for the Bears? My memory sucks…

          • MB30SD

            I know dave, and knew you’d bite. I guess my point’s always been, with lositions like rb, it works itself out… safety, not so much.

          • SC Dave

            You mean like it worked out with Rashaan Salaam, Curtis Enis, and Cedric Benson?

          • MB30SD

            Yes.

            I saw rashaan in the gym the other day.

          • Scharfinator

            Hester?

  • He has no business returning punts. His face before the kicks is pure
    terror. If I’m Bears, I spend 2 weeks getting Langford work at PR. – Jeff

    lol that’s what I noticed too. I was like, “Kid has watched Thriller too many times tonight”

  • willbest

    I don’t know about the Bears over achieving last year in GB on Thanksgiving. Rodgers was one of the worst QB’s in the league the second half of last year. And if I recall there were like 6 dropped passes that game. That was more their O sucking more than our D putting in the performance of their life time.

  • Goin to Hell with Pernell (GP)
  • Huge Bears Penis
    • BearDown100393

      Chmura became a pilot?

    • MB30SD

      Hahahahhaahahha… man people are fucking weirdos

      • Huge Bears Penis

        I think pilots are just telling us that it’s turbulence.

        • SC Dave

          LOL. Thanks dude!

    • SC Dave

      At least there’s an autopilot

    • Sauron’s right eyeball

      That picture is disturbing but I’m willing to bet it isn’t genuine and is just entertainment for the masses. Thanks for the warning big dick.

    • Malice Halice

      Lmao hell naw! Most pilots n FA take their shoes off at checkpoint. I bet he didn’t..

  • Huge Bears Penis

    WTF? tornado warning in my area. so i am out for a while.

  • BuddhaJoe

    A lot of those rumors were pretty moronic. Like, Fox doesn’t play it straight with practically anything but he was just randomly gonna tell somebody that he’s “done” with Cutler? Or that Alshon was going to get traded, for a 4th? GTFO, man.

  • willbest

    Cubs 3, Indians 2

  • I love classical music, but at game 7?

    C’mon now!

    Should’ve got the Blues Brothers or any of those singers in Rock in Roll HOF

  • Malice Halice

    Let’s get it cubs!

  • Yes!

  • willbest

    Sweet

  • My official call was going to be 5-3 Cubbies.

  • Cormonster

    Too bad my Grandma didn’t make it one more year to see this tonight. She was a die-hard Cubs fan for almost 70 years who almost never missed a game as long as I could remember. If she wasn’t watching the game on TV she was listening on the radio. One year she won a couple hundred bucks in the lottery and blew it all by taking all her Grandkids to Wrigley for a game and bought us anything we wanted. I think I went to more Cubs games with her than anyone else.

    • SC Dave

      There’s always the possibility that she’s seeing it anyway, Corm.

      • Lindadmitchell

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    • Harry Carey can sing her the 7th when Cubbies are up 4-0!

  • If that isn’t 100 years of karma, don’t know what is.

  • Malice Halice

    I damn near ran down street from dat.

  • Malice Halice

    Atta boy

  • willbest

    Lol Kyle stealing

  • Run jabba, run!

  • Malice Halice

    Lmao that Murphy scene was perferct.

  • willbest

    Dammit baez

    • SC Dave

      You guys sure hate Baez on this blog. Is he like the POD of the Cubs?

      • willbest

        He actually is the jay cutler. Some amazing stuff but inconsistent and needs better awareness.

  • willbest

    I am surprised that they haven’t found some sort of fiberglass core for bats that doesn’t alter the hitting power but reduces the chances that the bat shatters

  • Malice Halice

    Savage

  • DEFENSE!

    Almost as good as the 16 Bears!

  • willbest

    The thing that I always found hard about baseball was there was a lot of time to spend thinking about how you fucked up.

    • Yeah, it’s a slow game in that sense. Lots of reflection.

      When I used to play center, I would just go zen, esp when we had a good pitcher up on our side.

  • Cubbies look more loose.

    In some sense, maybe that “homefield” puts more pressure on home team.

  • willbest

    Kyle… What are you doing

  • willbest

    This is getting ugly

    • Goin to Hell with Pernell (GP)

      Way to Billy Goat that fucker Baez

  • Cubbies playing ultra aggressive on both sides.

    Hopefully it doesn’t backfire.

  • Bryant is such a good hitter.
    Reminds me of me!

  • Goin to Hell with Pernell (GP)

    Bryant’s slide was one for the books

    • willbest

      My wife started stalking him. Don’t know how I feel about that

  • willbest

    I don’t know about bringing Lester/Ross into the game so early

  • So Sarah Trestmen, my future jewish suga momma tweeted this

    “Omfg nfsnsl”

    Does anyone know what the hell “nfsnl” mean?

    I don’t feel hip enough

    • willbest

      It’s not in urban dictionary so I cannot help. What were her bff responses

      • Yeah, I tried the Urban Dictionary too.

        Closest thing was “need for speed”

        NFS

        Maybe she was talking about Kyle rounding first

  • From Campbell tweet

    Bears D ranks 9th in NFL in total yds, 8th in yds per play. Remarkable
    progress, especially given injuries, youth & shortage of star power.

  • willbest

    Making up for his errors

  • Baez Biatch!

    • Goin to Hell with Pernell (GP)

      make up homer!

      • That should be good for free beer for life in chi-town, right?

        Free handys?

        • Goin to Hell with Pernell (GP)

          free buttplugs from the Manhole on Halsted.

  • Klubber getting clobbered!

    I might have been too modest in 5 runs for cubbies

    • willbest

      Miller will shut them down but the damage has been done

  • You can dig up Cy Young Cleveland, Cubbies don’t care

  • willbest

    He is out

  • Slide Jabba, slide!

    Pete Rose style

  • willbest

    Hendricks is money… Why do this

  • I say stick with the pitcher, Cubbies.

    Hendricks looks calm.

  • ugh. He just said “irregardless”

  • Aggressive!

    Bryant runs like me too!

  • That’s what good hitters do to teams.
    They put a lot pressure on pitchers and Ds.

  • Malice Halice

    !!!!!!

  • Good call on Hendricks, irregardless of what Buck says

  • 20MPHs.
    Isn’t that like Hester fast?

    Damn, white boy got wheels

    • willbest

      He is 6’5″ and has the legs of a gazelle

  • Hendricks looks like you can put a lighter to his balls, and he’ll just stand there stony eyed, not even sweating.

    • willbest

      No doubt. I bet he gets mad pussy.

  • that was a strike!

    • willbest

      So was the one on Bryant.

  • willbest

    Really?

  • willbest

    Clinton is desperate if I am watching this in IL

  • Malice Halice

    Damn that anti-trump ad was a Tyson Haymarket, followed by a Chuck superman punch.

  • willbest

    This is also kind of an FU to the bullpen

  • Nice call Maddon

  • Malice Halice

    WHAT THE FUCK

  • willbest

    Curse of Hendricks for the next 100 years?

    • Malice Halice

      Dont

    • Goin to Hell with Pernell (GP)

      Lester was probably a manager mistake. If they lose, it becomes a historic mistake,

  • willbest

    Ross got one back

  • Malice Halice

    3 cubs entered WS record books so far!

    • willbest

      Ross, fowler and?

      • Malice Halice

        Russell for dem 8 rbi’s

    • SC Dave

      What… the first players whose great-great grandfathers were the last Cubs to win a World Series?

      • Malice Halice

        Yea man so to see us in it in 2016 and see those 3 guys do numbers like dat is savage

  • SC Dave

    Wow… lucky for Lester. Striking out on a ball a foot off the plate.

    • willbest

      Strike zon has been all over the place all night

  • Lester finally looks like he settled down

  • wow. What a throw and stretch.

    • willbest

      In the off season Rizzo will be staring as Mr. Fantastic

  • Tweet of the day

    “Per Elias, David Ross the first Cub to homer in both the 1908 and 2016 World’s Series.”

    • AlbertInTucson

      I resemble that remark!

    • willbest

      Lol

  • Nice call chicago, not allowing fans to watch the game at Wrigley.

    Now they’re just loitering outside like rich bums.

    • willbest

      Don’t like beer sales apparently

    • willbest

      What do they think they are going to do without bolt cutters. This is why everybody needs a redneck cracker friend.

      • Goin to Hell with Pernell (GP)

        Your own Larry the Cable guy

  • SC Dave

    Baseball… yawn. Off to bed.

    Go Cubs!

    • willbest

      I took your advice btw. Bought a case of killians irish red, and am on #8

  • Goin to Hell with Pernell (GP)

    Lester pitching like a mofo right now

    • The train apparently skipping Addison per reporters in case you’re trying to riot

      • willbest

        Lol

        • GPs going to have to Uber it to riot.

          • willbest

            Surcharge on that is gonna be brutal

          • Goin to Hell with Pernell (GP)

            I’m already here mofos

          • willbest

            Have you all passed out the Don yet?

          • Goin to Hell with Pernell (GP)

            Dom.

            I’m at Murphy’s. When they cut to them again, I will make the DBB sign. You know the one.

    • MB30SD
      • Classy, like my schlong.

        • Goin to Hell with Pernell (GP)

          your schlong is blacker than that though

        • MB30SD

          small and in need of repair…. like your schlong

      • willbest

        Yeah I have been looking at something like that for my 45th birthday

        • MB30SD

          for $140k?! you have a bustling business will.

          • willbest

            Lol. I still got 7 more years. About when I will have my house paid off though

          • MB30SD

            for my 45th bday, I only want more 25 yr olds.

          • Goin to Hell with Pernell (GP)

            he’s handling 60 of Trump’s 800 lawsuits.

          • willbest

            Not a great way to get paid. You see he is trying to stiff one of his pollsters 600k?

          • Rigged.

  • willbest

    Wow the fox noon games are shit. I hope cbs has a noon game

  • I don’t like Hillary, but these ads are killshots to the orange one.

    • willbest

      They really aren’t

    • Goin to Hell with Pernell (GP)
      • Is that Ivana?

        • Goin to Hell with Pernell (GP)

          I mean she’s begging you to grab it. It’s not his fault.

          • Rigged.

          • willbest

            That’s not Lena Dunham, who dressed as a grabbed pussy

          • Goin to Hell with Pernell (GP)

            I wish she’d dress as a lesbian. And they stay in costume all year. Every year.

          • MB30SD

            I thought she was/did

          • willbest

            No she has her friends parents pay men to have sexwith her on HBO

          • MB30SD

            eeeeewwwww

          • MB30SD

            she IS a grabbed pussy. a warthog pussy. disgusting wretch.

      • willbest

        Good job, wife saw that.

        • Goin to Hell with Pernell (GP)

          are you a divorce lawyer?

          • willbest

            She doesn’t care

      • MB30SD

        my god. 14+

    • willbest

      They aren’t new. I am shocked they are out of ammunition.

  • willbest

    Maddon is trying to coach his way out of this win

    • MB30SD

      how the fuck do you coach baseball?!? Throw the ball, hit the ball, catch the ball?

      I don’t get it.

      • willbest

        He took Hendricks out and they got 2 and now he took Lester out and they tied it up

  • MB30SD

    wow, just fucking WOW: http://www.onbreaking.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/Lena-Dunham-mocks-Donald-Trump-with-racy-Halloween-Costume.jpg

    If that ain’t disgusting, I do no what the fuck is.

    • Goin to Hell with Pernell (GP)

      yuck

      • MB30SD

        so nasty

  • Goin to Hell with Pernell (GP)

    oh fuck. I jinxed it with the titty pic

    • willbest

      Shouldn’t have played him yesterday, shouldn’t have taken Lester out

      • Sauron’s right eyeball

        Games in the bagame will. Watch.

        • willbest

          Nah Cleveland is a shit market. Need Cubs in the WS next year with a 109 year wait

      • Goin to Hell with Pernell (GP)

        it will be discussed for the next 100 years.

        I also like how Buck drops the Chapman domestic violence line in there. Jesus. Fuck your hair plugs Joe.

  • MB30SD

    yeesh, you guys gonna pull this out? blowing a 4 run lead would suck

  • Well, no guts, no glory.

    Bats gotta come through.

  • Malice Halice

    Jesus as chicago fans we can’t just take it. Always gotta b this high octane thrill fest. Fuck man I can’t handle dis shit

  • Sauron’s right eyeball

    Cubs win…Cubs win…Cubs win…

    #theendisnear

  • willbest

    Wonder what it takes to rain delay a WS

    • beninnorcal

      I was just wondering the same thing.

  • Malice Halice

    8-6 cubs Heyward

    • Sauron’s right eyeball

      I’m seeing 8-7

  • willbest

    What the shit?

  • Malice Halice

    PLZ HIT FAR! PLZ HIT FAR! PLZ HIT FAR!

  • willbest

    Dammit javy

  • willbest

    Fuck

  • Goin to Hell with Pernell (GP)

    Maddon says Chapman or bust

  • Malice Halice

    Chapman still in?

  • Malice Halice

    I swear I was just saying 4 more outs to go and we got us 1. Now I’m like wtf am I high or what

  • willbest

    Not throwing the heat

  • Malice Halice

    Brought dis bitch 2da 10

    • willbest

      Who do you want pitching the bottom?

      • Malice Halice

        I’m dazed in confused from the HR man I don’t have a clue

  • willbest

    Rain delay

    • That forecast looked like that system was coming in.

      Wonder how long they delay it.

      • willbest

        The radar showed it small

  • Doc Nitty

    You cubs fans must be gripping.

    Helluva series, helluva game seven.

    Go Cubbies

  • willbest

    Shouldn’t be that long

  • Malice Halice

    Im pretty sure I just became a thorough fan of baseball

    • Doc Nitty

      What’s not to love?

      • Malice Halice

        Football n Basketball for me. Baseball too boring, but dis shit here is entertainment BEYOND belief. Whether it’s for ratings or not this shit is asinine

        • Doc Nitty

          I made myself watch every Mariner game I could when I was going thru my divorce, just to see if I could find what I’ve been missing. got addicted right quick. Such a cerebral game with tons of hidden nuance.

          #FanForLifeNow
          #DivorceMakesBaseballCool!!!

          • Malice Halice

            Man I was 14, jus left chicago to Atlanta that sept. I saw em win but I was too stuck on dem Georgia peaches at da time to really appreciate the intensity of baseball. Isn’t it the oldest sport?

          • Doc Nitty

            Oldest?

            Define oldest?

          • Malice Halice

            Longest running sport. Excluding Olympics of course

          • Doc Nitty

            I’m gonna take the field on this one.

          • Malice Halice

            Fuckin horses!

          • Irish Sweetness

            Running? How many thousands of years have we been doing that? Fighting. Lifting ….

          • It’s perhaps the oldest AND popular.

            Boxing and Horse Racing were once really popular, but now not so much, while Baseball still a thing.

            At that time football and basketball weren’t as popular.

            TV made both waaaay more popular.

        • willbest

          Football, hockey a distant second, baseball a bit behind that, and I watched more soccer games than basketball in the last decade

          • Malice Halice

            I’m still trying to get on with hockey. Savagery 4real. I been watching this year so far. Mild games tho

          • I can’t get into hockey. Tried it. Not gonna happen. And that’s with both the Kings and Hawks fielding great teams recently.

  • Rain. Delay. Drama.

    • willbest

      Trac will explain how God or Gaia is in cahoots with Murdoch and the MLB

  • willbest

    Wish they hadn’t said that about Chapman. No man needs that dagger.

  • willbest

    12 innings. It can’t go past that

    • MB30SD

      kill me now

      • Sauron’s right eyeball

        Hahaha. Yeah man…baseball is some boring shit.

        • MB30SD

          horrible sport. not as bad a cricket, which is a 3 day baseball game. yeesh

  • Doc Nitty

    My kids:

    “how long can the game go?”

    Me: “long as it takes. 13 innings, 40 innings, 100 innings theoretically.”

    kids: “could it go for a million years?”

    • willbest

      I sent mine to bed. Middle of the 9th. 2 hours past their bedtime. I don’t need CPS getting called on me when they are zombies in school

  • Fuck. My man Bryant almost became legendary!

    • MB30SD

      this is bullshit. how is a fucking intentional walk legal. smfh

      #baseballisfuckinglame

      • #saberMetrics

        • MB30SD

          pussies

          • willbest

            How is it pussy to put more potential points on the board?

          • MB30SD

            um, pitch to the fucking guy.

  • willbest

    Interesting call here

  • Jesssssss!

  • MB30SD

    this is garbage

  • Want none of Russell either lol

    • willbest

      Funny cause he hasn’t done anything today

  • MB30SD

    gotta be fucking kidding me

    • willbest

      The walk fucked them. Why is that garbage

      • MB30SD

        pitch to them! taking the easy route… giving the best hitters a single cause you’re scared of them.

        Shiiiit, that’s why this bunkass sport will never be as great as football… that and a bunch of fat dudes spitting and scratching their balls constantly. meh

        • willbest

          How many flags you seen tonight?

          • MB30SD

            I would have thrown two in this inning.

            intentional pussing… home team… 2 free runs and a vagisil shower.

          • willbest

            Lol. Fair enough

          • But wouldn’t that make the Indians ballsier?

            Like, we could score more runs, fuck them!

          • MB30SD

            no.

  • Malice Halice

    Let’s fuckin GO!

  • Malice Halice

    8-6 8-6 8-6 what I say yall!

  • It’s raining Cubs, hallelujah!

  • Huge Bears Penis

    the Tribe is coming back!!!

    • willbest

      Don’t make me cut you

      • Huge Bears Penis

        Bring it!

      • Malice Halice

        Yea what he said

  • willbest

    Grand slam to seal it.. Book it

    • Malice Halice

      Yea what u said

  • MB30SD

    damn, this dude looked like he borrowed someone else’ legs… a much bigger dude than him. weird.

    • Huge Bears Penis

      overpaid too.

      • willbest

        This year. We will have another half decade to complain

      • MB30SD

        he sucks. 0-4, swung at garbage. boooo

        dude looks like he was put together in a fucking toy factory

  • Malice Halice

    BAEZ! SWAG!

  • MB30SD

    the indians pitcher looks a little like cutty

    • MB30SD

      cunt

  • willbest

    Heh. “This is the first time rain has extended two droughts”

    • AlbertInTucson

      I see what you did there.

  • 3 outs. DO. YOUR. JOB.

    • willbest

      Carl Edwards Jr.

  • Sauron’s right eyeball

    I’m turning in. Goodnight gents.

    • willbest

      Of course you are

      • Sauron’s right eyeball

        Lol

    • Malice Halice

      Just get a Redbull in da morning

  • Sauron’s right eyeball

    Here comes the solo…

  • Malice Halice

    My hand fuckin HURT from clapping

  • willbest

    Fuck

    • Malice Halice

      This is unbelievable

      • willbest

        Trac couldn’t have scripted it better

        • Malice Halice

          He did!

      • Goin to Hell with Pernell (GP)

        it’s insane

    • Sauron’s right eyeball

      No worries. 8+7=15=6

      Cubs win

  • Goin to Hell with Pernell (GP)

    Maddon should just pitch the last out himself

  • willbest

    2016 cubs 30 for 30

    • Goin to Hell with Pernell (GP)

      Turns out that Bass homer mattered.

  • Sauron’s right eyeball

    CC=33=6

  • Malice Halice

    I’m finna buy a jersey n some mo shit!

  • willbest

    So theo Epstein is a first ballot hall of famer

  • Malice Halice

    They really fuckin did it!

  • Goin to Hell with Pernell (GP)

    Mike Montgomery gets the save. There’s your trivia question when you are all Al’s age.

    • AlbertInTucson

      And I resemble THAT remark!

  • beninnorcal

    Go Cubs! Incredible series/game

  • Cubs win!

    Holy crap. Uncles, aunts, cousins, everyone’s calling each other.

    Wow. Still in disbelief.

  • willbest

    Theo is solid on the thanks. I couldn’t manage that with that kind of dopamine

    • Yeah, thanking Billy Williams and Banks off the top of his head.

      Poise.

      I would’ve been chugging champagne off stripper nips.

  • AlbertInTucson

    I have seen them all, now. Bears, Bulls, Sox, Cubs and Blackhawks all reign as Champions of their sport!

    Congratulations to my many friends who have waited decades for this moment!

    • Huge Bears Penis

      aren’t you old enough to have seen the 1908 series?

      • AlbertInTucson

        JUST missed it.

  • Bender McLugh

    I’m still weeping and I don’t care. FUCK YES CUBS!

  • AlbertInTucson

    Theo Epstein, your Hall of Fame Bust awaits you.

    • Bender McLugh

      Undeniably

    • willbest

      He is only like 35

      • willbest

        42 but still that’s nuts. 2 80 year+ monkies before 50

  • AlbertInTucson

    And now, an historic word from our sponsor…

  • Cormonster
    • Bender McLugh

      Hahaha I was just about to paste that link. I know my gramps is one of em!

      • Cormonster

        Yeah, my Grandpa would have drank a bottle of Blackberry Brandy and my Grandma a 12 pack of Red, White, and Blue, with both chain-smoking about 2 packs each out of nervousness the entire game.

        • CanadaBear

          My Mom would pound the Beast and bitch about Harry. She would be so happy.

        • Bender McLugh

          Red White & Blue…..holy eash! My parents won a case of that for finishing last place in their bowling league one year. lol

  • Malice Halice

    I have lived to see the 1st black president let alone rep chicago. And now da cubs win! This shit is AMAZING!

  • HOLY FUCKING SHIT THE CUBS WIN THE WORLD SERIES!!!

    Now for the Bears and my lifetime has seen the Chicago sweep.

    • AlbertInTucson

      I can now claim said Sweep!

  • I thought this was pretty funny (and Bear/Cub related)

    https://twitter.com/spiceadams/status/794045753194844160

  • AlbertInTucson

    And now, a word from our sponsor…

  • Lindadmitchell

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  • Irish Sweetness

    Howard is the first Bears rookie to win NFC offensive player of the week since Anthony Thomas in 2001, someone I regretfully don’t remember.

    • AlbertInTucson

      “The ‘A’ Train”.

      • AlbertInTucson

        Ex-Wolverine, I believe.

    • CanadaBear

      He was good size and got the yards that were there.

  • SC Dave

    Congrats to the Cubs, and their long-suffering fans!

    Here’s a bit from the Trib I thought worth pasting…

    ========

    When the Red Sox ended their 86-year championship drought, Cubs President Theo Epstein was moved by all the cemetery scenes, the touching tributes to those who taught us to love a baseball team through thick and thin — or in the
    Cubs’ case, through thin and thinner.

    Epstein, then the Red Sox’s general manager, said fans have thanked him almost every day since 2004 for “what it meant to their family” and those who didn’t live
    long enough to see it happen.

    “That really resonated,” he said last year. “More than anything else, that feeling influenced my decision to come to Chicago, because that was the one place in the world where you could experience something that meaningful again and play a
    small part in contributing to something that meaningful.”

    Epstein arrived in Chicago in the fall of 2011 with the gargantuan task of rebuilding an organization that had tried everything imaginable.

    It took him five seasons, three managers and dozens of moves to get the job done, but he did it. The Cubs did it.

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