Why Do I Like the Chicago Bears This Week?
I always like the Chicago Bears.
And the Lions stink.
Best Tweets from Patricia & Quinn’s Former Players
These guys seemed…popular.
What is it going to take for franchises to realize there is no “Patriot Way”. There is Bill Belichick, a certifiable football genius. There was Tom Brady, the greatest quarterback to ever play. That – and an historically bad division around them for two decades – was why they won all those games.
(Also, it is thought that Patricia has been lighting up the Lions via a Twitter burner account in the last few days.)
— Ezekiel Ansah (@Ziggy_Ansah) November 28, 2020
I was the problem tho😂😂😂 https://t.co/B5GG29ilqt
— Darius Slay (@bigplay24slay) November 28, 2020
Haha told me you’ll take my career away from me but I guess they have other plans for you 😂😂
— AshawnRobinson (@AshawnRobinson) November 28, 2020
about to text bob quinn see if he straight. 😂
— Eric Ebron (@Ebron85) November 28, 2020
Trubisky vs. the Lions For the Final Time?
Wrote the following in the Week One Game Preview:
Mitch Trubisky’s success against the Lions is not a myth. But it is absurd.
In five career games, he has completed 70.1% of his passes for 1,359 yards, 11 TDs and only 4 INTS. That’s a passer rating of 106.3.
In his three starts against them under Matt Nagy, those numbers move to 74.7%, 9/1 TD to INT and a rating of 132.4. And most importantly, three victories.
Let’s take just touchdowns and interceptions for a second. Remove the Lions numbers from Mitch’s totals and he’s at 37 TDs and 25 INTs. That’s…horrendous. It’s quite remarkable how these Lions performances have skewed his poor career statistics slightly more positive.
Trubisky’s week one performance? Crap until the fourth quarter but he ended with 242 yards, 3 TDs, a 104.2 rating and the victory. I mean, seriously, is there any reason to think Trubisky won’t beat the Lions Sunday?