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10-17-06, 01:24 AM #1
monday night football
oh my god!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! what a game!!!!!!! da bears!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!6-0 baby!!" The hardest thing about disarming an armed suspect is not slipping on your own shit "
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10-17-06, 02:52 AM #2
The Bears definitely shouldn't have let the Cardinals get that close. The Bears are arguably the best team in the league, but they also have a relatively easy schedule. When it comes down to the big games, then we'll see what they're made of. Personally, I don't think they have the offense to compete with the other big teams.
10-18-06, 05:11 AM #3
That was one of the best games I've seen in a while, but that's not saying much, since I haven't watched very many the last couple of years.
Right before they returned the punt for a touchdown I said "the only chance they've got is running this all the way back, because if the offense gets the ball again, they're screwed."
I halfway expected Grossman to fumble the ball taking a knee in the last minute.
10-18-06, 07:39 AM #4
How pissed am I that I went to bed early! Thank God for SportscenterSi vis pacem, para bellum
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10-18-06, 10:55 AM #5
I wasn't able to watch the game but I'm sorry I missed it! The Bears are really impressing me this year though!Calm Like A Bomb...
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10-18-06, 12:24 PM #6
I'm not much of a Bears fan myself and I very seldom, if ever, watch an entire Monday night game (I can't justify just sitting for three hours when there are too many other things I can be doing), but that was one of the most exciting games ever! I was hooked. Even after I realized the Cardinals were giving the game back to the Bears (more like letting them have it) I continued to watch! Did anyone see Dennis Green's press conference after the game? He was MAD and it SHOWED (so unlike him)!
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10-18-06, 12:41 PM #7
Yea but Grossman gave me NEGATIVE points in the fantasy league for that performance!! The game was deffinatly Arizonas to lose and they did, because the Bears werent playing like they could win it on offense."An Unarmed man can only flee from evil, and evil is not overcome by fleeing from it." Jeff Cooper
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10-18-06, 01:36 PM #8
Still can't believe Rackers missed that, but wtf ever. A couple good points for the Cards though, Leinart did a pretty good job facing the best defense in the NFL, next week against the Raiders should be a field day for him. And oh yeah, Theismann and Kornheiser=worst MNF duo of all time...RIP Sarah Noll~11-8-87 to 4-17-08
10-18-06, 02:05 PM #9Originally Posted by ACE
I agree. Their personalities are too different, and they don't click well together.
By the way, welcome back, Ace.
10-18-06, 02:15 PM #10
10-19-06, 03:27 AM #11
I just thought it was funny that fifteen seconds after Kornheiser got done saying "If the Cardinals can't hold on to this one, they might as well give the stadium back" the Bears returned that punt for a touchdown.
10-19-06, 07:09 AM #12
Here is the point, I was making about the easiness of the Bears schedule. So far, they're undefeated, thru Week 6. The Bears are off in Week 7, but here is the rest of their schedule for the regular season:
Week 8- San Francisco 49'ers
Week 9- Miami Dolphins
Week 10- New York Giants
Week 11- New York Jets
Week 12- New England Patriots
Week 13- Minnesota Vikings
Week 14- St. Louis Rams
Week 15- Tampa Bay Bucanneers
Week 16- Detroit Lions
Week 17- Green Bay Packers
In comparison, here is the Colts schedule:
Week 7- Washington Redskins
Week 8- Denver Broncos
Week 9- New England Patriots
Week 10- Buffalo Bills
Week 11- Dallas Cowboys
Week 12- Philadelphia Eagles
Week 13- Tennessee Titans (the way they've been playing, they could also play spoiler)
Week 14- Jacksonville Jaguars
Week 15- Cincinnati Bengals
Week 16- Houston Texans
Week 17- Miami Dolphins
As you can see, the Colts play 6 big games, against teams that could beat them. The Bears really only have 2 big games, where they might lose. I've put the big games for each teams in bold.
10-19-06, 07:16 AM #13
In my opinion, the Bears have a legit chance to go undefeated, based on their schedule, however, anything less than a 14-2 season, would be a disappointment.
The Colts don't have a chance in hell of a season like last year.
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