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Posted Thursday September 23, 2010, About: Hey BGDUECE....
Yeah, that's EXACTLY what people said about the Cowboy offense, as well. Yet I seem to recall the Bears defense holding them to only 13 points. The Cowboys, as you should know, have a FAR deadlier offense than the Packers.

Also, this Bears offense is far more complex and better than last year's unit, which was "led" by one of the worst offensive coordinators in the history of the sport. We now average upwards of 100 yards per game more than the Packers, have the QB with the best passer rating in the league, and you also might want to take a look at where we stand in the league in receiving, and where you stand. When last I checked, being 3rd is far better than 18th. That says that this corps is actually becoming pretty dangerous, despite not having a true #1 receiver.

Finally, you barely beat the Eagles, a team that would quickly develop a QB controversy. We defeated a team that many were saying were/are a favorite to go the SB. But wait 'til you play them. You'll quickly discover that they're not so easy to beat.

PS, that Dallas game was a good warmup for you, as the Cowboys also field a 34 defense. IF we beat you (see, unlike you, I actually acknowledge that the game can go either way,) then not even you can deny this team's potential.

On the flip side, if we lose, it'll bring us one step closer to firing Angelo and Smith. A silver lining in the cloud, if you will.

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