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View Poll Results: Who wins?

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  • Bears

    27 75.00%
  • Queens

    4 11.11%
  • Trillman shows whos the best cb in the nfl

    18 50.00%
  • Webbie calf ropes J Allen

    8 22.22%
  • Melton welcomes Ponder to the north

    17 47.22%
  • AP goes HAM

    7 19.44%
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    A blowout win would be huge for this teams morale

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    Quote Originally Posted by kozelkid View Post
    Truthfully, I'm not even sure Alshon is ideal for that; he lacks the explosion needed for most WRs that blow the top off defenses. In truth, we'll need find such a WR in the mid rounds in the next draft given that it probably isn't likely that Knox will return and Hester still can't catch for ****.

    Meanwhile, we have great weapons for the short and intermediate passing game and terrific blockers in Jeffrey and Marshall for the screen game, and we ignore both of these facets.

    Tice is spoiled from the Randy Moss days. The sooner he finds out that Marshall is not Randy Moss, the better.
    I also want to see Lance Louis on some pull blocks where he can get out in the open field and just maul defenders... We never see it, it pisses me off

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    Just watched playbook. It's amazing how one blowout all of a sudden makes US "underdogs" in our own field against a team we've killed the last few years AND played better than this season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kozelkid View Post
    Just watched playbook. It's amazing how one blowout all of a sudden makes US "underdogs" in our own field against a team we've killed the last few years AND played better than this season.
    Yeah, let down games don't happen ever, especially when you have you backup qb in

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    With no Harvin they're going to struggle big time

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    Offensive line only gives up 1 sack today, calling it now

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    Still can't believe the girlfriends parents showed up last night... 5 minutes after I got done smoking bud in the bathroom

    And the first thing her mom does is go to the bathroom

    So ****ing busted

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    Quote Originally Posted by kozelkid View Post
    I assume p harvy was cfrey?
    I think so, but I don't entirely know what happened there.

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    I have a good feeling about forte today

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    Game day *****es

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    Front office chess: Juggling linemen

    James Brown was going to be promoted from the practice squad at some point this season. Probably sooner rather than later.

    It was a closely guarded secret, but the undrafted free agent had impressed the Bears coaches with his work in practice and in the weight room. His development was probably part of the reason Chris Williams was released.

    Brown had made steady progress since training camp. The key to the story is he had branched out to play guard as well as tackle.

    In fact, it won't be a surprise if his future is at guard. Brown was an offensive tackle at Troy, and he looked like a fish out of water at guard in the Senior Bowl. But he has taken to the position.

    Brown's promotion was hastened after Chilo Rachal shocked everyone at Halas Hall when he abruptly left the team Wednesday after learning he was demoted. Rachal returned Thursday, but it was too late.

    Brown already had replaced him.
    I like what I'm reading about James Brown. I'd love to see what he can do in live action before the season is out, so that we can have an idea about what we're working with. Of course, that'll be tough with us fighting for a playoff spot and hopefully we don't need to see him an the line can get it going.

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    You guys smell that????


    Asswhippings are coming!

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    Ronin loves noon games

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cub_StuckinSTL:24447540
    Ronin loves noon games
    I love noon games too. Have to get up at 6 on weekdays so late games **** me

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cub_StuckinSTL View Post
    Ronin loves noon games

    9PM start time. I plan on watching the Packers at 4 AM as well, since my class doesn't start till 10 tomorrow.

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    Kyle "Cheetah" Fuller

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