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    SNF: Texans at Bears

    I know we're all angry about today's game, but tonight's game is seriously great. We don't get to watch a good football team ourselves, but tonight two of them are playing

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    I'm not so sure that the Texans offense will be able to move the ball against the Bears. I take the Bears to win this one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rextilleon View Post
    I'm not so sure that the Texans offense will be able to move the ball against the Bears. I take the Bears to win this one.
    I think the Bears o-line is going to get mauled and Cutler will make mistakes. I like Houston in this one.

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    This game brings up all sorts of questions again about the Bears offense. 3 first quarter turnovers.

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    anyone else just hear collinsworth call an "illegal hit" an "illegal [s]hit"?

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    Say what you want, but Cutler is one tough SOB.

    And that pick was actually just really good defense.

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    Texans are a good team, great D. It's remarkable that Rodgers threw 6 TDs against them, just crazy

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    Quote Originally Posted by southside View Post
    Say what you want, but Cutler is one tough SOB.

    And that pick was actually just really good defense.
    And Cutler got a concussion from that hit I was mentioning.... the very next play he runs down the field and punishes the DB with a hit.

    Sometimes stupid is misdiagnosed as tough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by southside View Post
    And Cutler got a concussion from that hit I was mentioning.... the very next play he runs down the field and punishes the DB with a hit.

    Sometimes stupid is misdiagnosed as tough.
    No one ever mistook Jay for a rocket scientist

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    I love games like these. Low-scoring, tough defensive battle that drags on for what seems like days. Great match up.

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    Schaub has been horrendous in this game. Cutler also was bad before the injury. I think both teams should be a little concerned about how their QBs have played

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    Tight game but Bears have to be able to score a TD to win and without Cutler don't think they can.

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    Bears, traditionally a defensive team, have a field surface that favors the offense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BushyTheBeaver View Post
    Bears, traditionally a defensive team, have a field surface that favors the offense.
    The Pats destroyed a very good Bears team at Soldier Field in the snow a couple of years ago. They were more prepared.

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    The fumbles are the reason Chicago is losing.

    What I admire about Cutler is when he decides to run he hauls ass with no fear.

    He doesn't run like Doris Day in pumps like Philip Rivers or someone.

    Speaking of Rivers, he threw ANOTHER game choking INT today with 3:00 left.

    Jus sayin'.

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    LMAO. JASON CAMPBELL IS A BUM!!! This generation's Rodney Pete.

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    Good win for Houston. All sorts of questions now for the Bears and their offense

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    Quote Originally Posted by BushyTheBeaver View Post
    LMAO. JASON CAMPBELL IS A BUM!!! This generation's Rodney Pete.
    He looked very Sanchez like with just slightly more poise

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