• ChiBears34

    First to say Go Bears, beat them Vikings!

  • AlbertInTucson

    How limited will Matt Forte be?

    How much can Mr. Latliff bring to the table?

    • forte will only be limited by the bounds of his imagination.

      hopefully ratliff brings enough meat to satiate his 300+ pounds.

      • AlbertInTucson

        “Forte will only be limited by the bounds of his imagination.”

        Sure. YOUR knee wasn’t hyperextended last week.

        • bearsfantillend

          get Forte to a hypnotherapist. make him believe his knee is now bionic and impervious to pain.. i am pretty sure thats what AP did to come back from his ACL injury

  • gpldan

    More all 22 commentary:

    Pic 1:


    It’s hard to buy that Bostic’s reasoning is that if Anderson locks up the TE, his job is to contain the short side of the field. I think again, his hesitation allows the Ravens guard to seal him. Nevertheless, it’s Wright’s job to come up and seal the cut back lane, and you can barely see his helmet here. Sad to see all the DLs being easily handled 1-1.

    Pic 2:


    Wooten is clearly the only guy on the roster capable of getting an inside push up the middle. Which is why he is where he is.

    Pic 3:


    Some good news. Clearly Trestman envisioned this “Great Britton” formation in camp as a way to foil teams stacking the box against the Bears. And it works because of the quality of the blocks there. That’s Dumeravil there being handled nicely.

    Pic 4:


    Goos analysis here of what BMarsh brings to the table. Look at the safety circled in light purple. With Johnny Knox that safety breaks on the Unicorn. With BMarsh out there capable of getting the jump ball and leaving his corner on the ground empty handed, the one high guy does not dare to commit to the TE running free along the numbers. As a result a huge catch, game changer there.

  • gpldan

    I agree that Hoke probably had no choice but to go for the win right there. Terrible throw, that middle safety was all over the slant all day. They had the TE and #87 on the jump ball all day. But the screen that preceded it was inspired.

    And now tomorrow, I get to watch more horrible D. Yay!

  • Cormonster

    Auburn just had one of the most amazing victories I have ever seen in my life. That was the craziest ending by far that I have ever seen. Just wow!!!

  • AlbertInTucson

    109 Yard missed FG return for a TD to lose as time expires.

    Nick Saban, it couldn’t have happened to a nicer guy.

    “War Eagle!”

  • AlbertInTucson

    Good points all on the “Quick Hits’, Blogfather.

    #4 is especially BIG as Ponder is at his worst when forced to stay in the pocket .

  • AlbertInTucson

    Percy Harvin is now listed as “doubtful (hip)” for Monday night.

    Well, surPRISE, surPRISE, surPRISE,!

    The Chris Chandler of Wide receivers might be out, again?

    Oh yeah, Seattle, HE sure was worth giving up a #1.

    Just like Trent Richardson was, right Indy?

  • AlbertInTucson

    “Johnny Football” as a pro? Thanks but, no thanks.

    • Maddbearfan


  • AlbertInTucson

    “One of the worst coaching decisions ever.”

    Well, I think you’re just too young to have witnessed “The Gibron Years”, Blogfather.

  • Viva


  • Rookie

    Anyone can tell me what players we have missed in the defense?
    Thanks in advance.

    • AlbertInTucson

      DTs Henry Melton & Nick Collins, MLB, DJ Williams done for the year. Tillman done for regular season (and maybe forever as a Bear). Briggs out with shoulder fracture, not sure when he’s slated to return. Paea has been in and out of the lineup all season. McClellin had the game of his life in Green Bay and promptly missed 2 games with a bad hamstring.

      Other than that, they’ve stayed pretty healthy.

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