All thoughts from inside the building. If you could see same thing on TV, well fine then. Some of this was shared on Twitter yesterday.
Mitch does something very weird. When the window is tight he sets his feet and throws darts. When he has time and an open man, he loses concentration a bit. Passes sail. Very fixable.
Biggest thing I saw: my god this team loves their quarterback. Every guy on the roster is clearly rooting for him. When he makes a good play, 20 guys wanna celebrate with him.
Two things on Akiem Hicks. First, I’ve never seen a larger ass. It’s got to be 3 feet wide. Second, he’s spent. There’s no way he should suit up next week against Minnesota.
Eddie Goldman is way faster in the building than he is on television. And hustles on every single play.
Kyle Fuller is playing with so much confidence right now. Kizer continually throwing at him was nonsensical.
Before the start of the second half, the two things receiving the loudest in-building reaction were: (a) the announcement that halftime’s frisbee golf competition was canceled and (b) the playing of Bon Jovi’s Livin’ on a Prayer.
Mitch got bailed out on his horrible screen pass/pick 6 but came back and executed the screen game to perfection after that play. Once again, he doesn’t run from his mistakes. He embraces them and improves.
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Cook County Commissioner Bridget Gainer talks about devoting special interest to the women and children in the County’s criminal justice system this holiday season and beyond. To help out this worthy, please visit the website (www.bridgetgainer.com/holidaydrive) or see the image below.
O Holy Night by Trombone Shorty from Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip
A brilliant clip from Scrooged
Reverend Dave pays a visit to the Christmas Story house