While perusing the internet looking for national opinion on the upcoming Bears-Titans game, I staggered across an article from SI.com.
Needless to say, I couldn’t even get through the whole thing, so I had to skim over most of it. While choking it down like an 8-year old eating broccoli, I couldn’t help feeling the same blood-boiling intensity I felt while reading bulletin board material provided by opposing teams and players back during my “glory days.”
I whole heartedly agree with this pompous clown that with Kyle Orton at the helm, the Bears not only could keep this game close, but they could win it. But for him to say that if Rex Grossman starts at quarterback, the Titans will beat the Bears, 34-6, not only do the pieces not add up, but it’s a slap in the face to both Grossman and the entire Bears team.
Just one of many “experts” I would love to write an e-mail to on Monday morning should the Bears find a way to win this game.
- Vic Fangio, Bears can’t be headed toward a divorce
- 2016 Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year
- Chicago Bears tank? Not going to happen
- Jay Cutler's shoulder surgery could end Bears career
- Alshon Jeffery's suspension is Bears' long-term gain
- Jay Cutler at fault, but all Bears to blame in loss to Bucs
- Jay Cutler’s return sparks team as Bears beat Vikings
- 'Jay Cutler or Brian Hoyer' quarterback controversy answer is clear
- Bears defense plays with a purpose against Lions
- Alshon Jeffery and the long ball take back seat to Eddie Royal’s short game