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    Da Bears...

    Lovie's Bears are shredding the Hawks 34-6 after 3 quarters!! I know no Shawn Alexander, but this is a serious butt kicking. I love it seeing the Walrus snarl and frown, as well as seeing Hasselback look so frustrated....


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    Re: Da Bears...

    Was today ass whoopin' day for the NFC West or what? I do think one team did okay though.

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    Re: Da Bears...

    and the best thing is the Rams are tied on top of the division with the seachickens. O YEA!!!

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    Re: Da Bears...

    We are actually a half game behind them because they get the tie breaker because of the divisional lost to the whiners. Speak of the whiners 41-0 man that makes up for all that smack talk!
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    Re: Da Bears...

    Real rough day for the Seahawk faithful. But well, you know, you can't win them all. A loss was inevitable. But it got kind of ridiculous there. I could have handled it if they looked competitive, but it wasn't even close. Really, they came out and played inspired ball and the Hawks were, well, just not. The secondary forgot what coverage was, and the front seven was giving Rex no pressure. He had all say to throw. It was really pathetic. And the worst part is that the offense couldn't do anything, and I mean nothing against the bears. Nothing. It was a hard game for me to watch. I think I threw everything that was within my reach at the TV (luckily I didn't break anything).

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    Re: Da Bears...

    Da Bears cannot be ignored this year. THe best defense in the NFL, now has a decent offense to help them out. Gonna be an interesting game on MNF when they come to St Louis in week 14.

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    Re: Da Bears...

    If the Bears stay healthy, they are for REAL. Even with a healthy Alexander last night, the Bears owned that game. The Bears are scary.
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