Thursday, September 30, 2004

New Qb, Tough opponent.

From sports.yahoo.com:
In what's become an all-too-regular occurrence lately, the Bears will have someone new at quarterback for Sunday's game against the Philadelphia Eagles. This time it's Jonathan Quinn, forced into the starting lineup after Rex Grossman's season-ending knee injury.

It seems like they get our players in the worst of times. We are going to have to face a NFL Powehouse and its going to be without a regular QB. We have been playing games out to the bitter end and I know if we play like we did against the Packers, we can pull of the win. Now lets get out there and support Grossman and our Bears!

Thursday, September 23, 2004

Doesn't look easy this Year

With every team in the NFC North atleast having 1 win out of 2, it doesnt appear that we are going to get to the playoffs without roughing it through. To make things even harder against the Vikings, Charles Tillman is out with a hairline fracture and it is in the hands of either Todd McMillon or rookie Nathan Vasher to get this defense back inshape to get ready for Randy Moss and the Viking Offense. Lets hope this isn't too much of a problem. I would love to see the expressions on the Vikings fans like we did last week with the Packers. Make it 2 Bears!

Tuesday, September 14, 2004

We need to tune out the media

I'm starting to think that whenever the Bears mess up, and the media blows it up, we dont learn from our mistakes, but we dwell on them. After a dissappointing season last year, we couldn't pull off the 17-20 loss against the Lions. It makes me sad that we couldn't take advantage of the Lion's bad playing. Instead, we had to play down to their level. It seems to me that unless we can get something to pump our Bears up this year, it won't get better. So lets go guys and show the Media and all the Sports people out there that we aren't going to have a loosing season again, and that our last game was just a mistake!

Monday, September 06, 2004

Half and Half

After loosing to the Browns this weekend, we have gone half and half on the preseason. But I think the thing that was more suprising was...
Veteran defensive lineman Bryan Robinson, who had been with the Chicago Bears since 1998, was among 20 players cut Sunday as the team pared its roster to 53

Lets see if the preseason will be better than this preseason. Go Bears!