[QUOTE=JetsFanatic;3878623]I remember that Riggins picture in your signature from when I was a kid, I believe it's off his '73 Football card.[/QUOTE]
#44 - john riggins , my ALL time fav.
ya gotta luv him :P
~ ~ Matchups at Soldier Field: Based on the way the Chicago Bears' defense has played against every quarterback except presumptive MVP Tom Brady, chances are it will hold its own against the New York Jets' Mark Sanchez. That's assuming Sanchez plays with a shoulder injury that limited him in practice this week. Sanchez has thrown five touchdowns and nine interceptions against defenses that keep seven or more players in coverage, a scheme the Bears play better than anyone in the NFL. Meanwhile, the Jets' defense plays so well against the short passing game -- opponents are completing an NFL-low 58.9 percent of passes thrown 10 yards or fewer -- that Bears quarterback Jay Cutler might be tempted to look more downfield. He probably has some confidence after last Monday's 67-yard touchdown pass to receiver Johnny Knox, but generally speaking, the smart play is not to challenge the Jets' defense.