NFL  > Chicago Bears  > Preseason Game #3 Chi at Tenn
August 27, 2011, 11:29 PM
We really are looking good on the offense. Moving the ball by both the run and the pass. Jay is showing who's in charge and doing a superb job. Best of all our Offensive Line is doing wonders in blocking for the pass and the run.

I'm not worried about our defense or our special teams. 1st the defense is playing vanilla and with out several starters, and the special teams rosters aren't even set so Taub doesn't even know who he will even be coaching when the regular season starts. Give them a week or two after the regular season starts and Taub will have them in the top 5 or better in almost all special team areas like usual.

We are really going to have a good team this year possibly the best that Lovie has ever had especially on offense. To look for the NFC North crown is very realistic.

The Lions are really tearing up the NFL. Lets hope that they can continue doing so when the regular season starts except against the Bears. I think they are still at least a year or two from being contenders since they still have serious weaknesses in their OL and DB's. It would really help the Bears if the Lions could win one or two games against the Packers. Go BEARS!!!
August 27, 2011  11:46 PM ET

The Bears starting O looked decent another good showing for the O-Line keeping Cutler clean and a big improvement since the Bills game. my main area of concern is at cornerback position right now. Roy Williams finally caught a pass, rookie W.R. Sanzenbacher looks decent and I'm impressed so far with the big TE tandem of Davis and Spaeth. Hated to see Dez Clark go down hope his injury isn't to serious but it looked bad, Hanie was off target all night and poor pass placement is to blame IMO.

I like what I see out of Amobi Okoye and the D-Line depth this year, hope Barbers calf injury isn't serious, gonna be some ruff cuts coming.

August 28, 2011  04:21 AM ET

Sept. 8: Falcons at Bears (Loss)

Sept. 18: Bears at Saints, (Loss)

Sept. 25: Packers at Bears, (Loss)

Oct. 2: Panthers at Bears, (Win)

Oct. 10: Bears at Lions, (Loss)

Oct. 16: Vikings at Bears, (Win)

Oct. 23: Bears at Buccaneers, (Loss)

Oct. 30: BYE

Nov. 7: Bears at Eagles, 7:30 p.m. (Loss)

Nov. 13: Lions at Bears, (Loss)

Nov. 20: Chargers at Bears (Loss)

Nov. 27: Bears at Raiders, (Win)

Dec. 4: Chiefs at Bears, (Win)

Dec. 11: Bears at Broncos, (Win)

Dec. 18: Seahawks at Bears, (Win)

Dec. 25: Bears at Packers, (Loss)

Jan 1: Bears at Vikings, (Loss)

Bears go 6-10 .. That's what I think when I look at the schedule. Don't mean to be a troll, that would piss me off if someone said that about my Steelers, I'm just saying that's how I think the season will go down. But I could be wrong! I probably am! I hope I am for your sake.

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August 28, 2011  09:41 AM ET

I hate the saying, "I'm just saying" like it gives someone permission to say anything anytime no matter who it hurts or what rules or laws it breaks. And of course there can never be any repercussions because they said they were "just saying."

August 28, 2011  09:44 AM ET

The Bears will win a minimum of 10 games and I think 12 or more. We finally have an offense to go with our Defense and Special teams. Problem to me is how many coaches will we lose next year. But for now NFC champs two years in a row is our first goal. Go BEARS!!!!

August 28, 2011  10:32 AM ET
QUOTE(#5):

The Bears will win a minimum of 10 games and I think 12 or more. We finally have an offense to go with our Defense and Special teams. Problem to me is how many coaches will we lose next year. But for now NFC champs two years in a row is our first goal. Go BEARS!!!!

I don't know about you but I'm concerned about the Lions. They humiliated the Patriots last night and that was against New England's starters.

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August 28, 2011  03:40 PM ET
QUOTE(#4):

I hate the saying, "I'm just saying" like it gives someone permission to say anything anytime no matter who it hurts or what rules or laws it breaks. And of course there can never be any repercussions because they said they were "just saying."

You're clearly an idiot.
I'm not breaking any laws or hurting anyones feelings by simply stating my opinion on this team. And if I'm hurting your feelings then you're probably a bit delusional and too emotionally attached to them. I'm just stating an opinion, because I can. Would you rather me say, "The Bears suck, they'll go 6-10, I'm right you're wrong shut the fu@#k up?' At least I respect you and your opinion and understand that my opinion is my opinion, not yours.
And yeah you're right, there's no repercussions because I can say whatever the hell I want ..
Way to be an ****hole.

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August 28, 2011  04:02 PM ET
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He can't have an opinion too!!!!Is is as**ole comments like yours that turns everybody off. So your a Steeler fan, I hope they do well, unless they play the Bears, but the name calling has to go, disagree respectfully, nobody has an issue, but the statement you are an idiot is not necessary.

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I've never called anyone a name or judged someone over an opinion that they had ..
he's the one that went off on me because I said I thought the Bears would go 6-10. I'm not the one you should be scolding, I'm just defending my right to have an opinion

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August 28, 2011  05:53 PM ET
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You can express an opinion without acting like a dick-head. Dissing somebody elses team never goes well in here.

I didn't "diss" his team at all.
I just said that I think they'll go 6-10 and I said it respectfully. I really don't understand all the negativity. My opinion is only my opinion, not anyone elses. You're trying to teach me a lesson I'm already well aware of ...

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August 29, 2011  03:43 PM ET

How can people keep saying all the negative things about the O-Line when they have proved themselves for two games now? Because 1st it's preseason and second they haven't played the "God" team from up north. If you don't believe the "God" reference, just ask any obnoxious Packer fan.

These people sadden me to the extent that I actually feel sorry for them. It shows what kind of people we are dealing with when they act like the above posts. (I never said... when the OPPOSITE is in print just above.) I'm not going to get on Packer sites and troll them when their bubble bursts like they are getting on ours and rubbing it in. You see, I heard this on the NFL channel about the NFL movie's creator it's something that I want put on my gravestone some day.

Treat everyone like a gentleman,
Not because they are,
But because you are.

Inspiring words and words to live by.

This is to all the anti-Bear haters out there, Really now, the Bears Oline is getting better and with a little time (5weeks) will prove it. Just open your eyes and FEAR what's coming!!! (Unless the Refs win it for us AGAIN!!! right Packer fans???) Somehow the Packers never lose, the Bears never win, it's the Bears lucked out, or the refs gave it to them, etc. etc. etc. Listen to yourselves hatemongers, and change your ways or some day the dish you are preparing will turn out to be crow. Life/time is a circle/sine curve and it's just a matter of time. Go BEARS!!!!

August 29, 2011  03:45 PM ET

Baseball is 5minutes of action stretched into 3 hours!!!

August 29, 2011  03:54 PM ET
QUOTE(#20):

How can people keep saying all the negative things about the O-Line when they have proved themselves for two games now? Because 1st it's preseason and second they haven't played the "God" team from up north. If you don't believe the "God" reference, just ask any obnoxious Packer fan. These people sadden me to the extent that I actually feel sorry for them. It shows what kind of people we are dealing with when they act like the above posts. (I never said... when the OPPOSITE is in print just above.) I'm not going to get on Packer sites and troll them when their bubble bursts like they are getting on ours and rubbing it in.

There has been just as much trash talk from Bear fans as there is from Packer fans. Calling all Packer fans obnoxious is really a stretch as far as I'm concerned. There are always fans from both sides that like to stir the pot to get a reaction. Most Packer & Bear fans share a mutual respect despite the fierce rivalry.

 
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