Category Archives: Tennessee Titans

Bookies Take a Bath on the Super Bowl and Other Points of View

Bears Sean  Jensen at the Chicago Sun-Times reviews the problem of stadium revenue for the Bears. Brad Biggs at the Chicago Tribune continues his analysis of the Bears position by position.  Here he writes about the tight ends.  As most … Continue reading

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Super Bowl XLV Still Hasn’t Happened Yet and Other Points of View

Bears Congratulations to Richard Dent for being elected for induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.  And congratulations to Dan Pompei from the Chicago Tribune, whose job it has been to convince the voters that Dent was worthy.  Here’s … Continue reading

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Thinking of Betting on the Super Bowl? Maybe Better Think Again. And Other Points of View

Bears Brad Biggs at the Chicago Tribune does another positional analysis, this time of the offensive line. He concludes that the Bears need two linemen, probably one veteran and one draftee, probably one for the interior who can play center … Continue reading

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Andy Reid’s Run in Philadelphia May Be Nearing an End and Other Points of View

Bears I’m sure all will join me in expressing our sympathies to the McCaskey family upon the death of Tim, second son of Ed and Virginia.  He is in a better place. It seemed like every week I was talking … Continue reading

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Twitter, Twitter and More Twitter and Other Points of View

Bears Fred Mitchell and David Kaplan at the Chicago Tribune overheard this: “‘Times have changed since I played. … Abe Gibron (former coach) and I used to argue when I was nearing the end of my career and I was … Continue reading

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Albert Haynesworth Vs. the Bears’ Locker Room. Which Would Win?

Dan Pompei at the Chicago Tribune also answers this intriguing question: “With O-Line and D-Line being the Bears’ biggest areas of need this offseason, what are the chances, CBA issues aside, they try to acquire Albert Haynesworth?… What are your … Continue reading

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Aaron Rogers Refuses Autograph to Dying Child and Other Points of View

Bears Steve Rosenbloom at the Chicago Tribune: “’As you go back to the preseason,’ Lovie Smith said, “no one really saw us being in this position.’ Raising my hand.” Mine too. Rosenbloom has a message for Bear fans: “When. The. … Continue reading

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“Vince Lombardi” Motivates the Teams for Wild Card Weekend and Other News

Bears Fred Mitchell at the Chicago Tribune reports general manager Jerry Angelo‘s reaction to the rumors that he might retire after the season. “I don’t even know why that is even important to anybody,” Angelo said. “I’ve heard it. … … Continue reading

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Brett Favre May Be Retiring But the Boys Aren’t Going Down Without a Fight and Other News

Bears Dan Pompei at the Chicago Tribune goes through what I thought was a key play in the game when Lovie Smith decided to go for it on fourth and 1 from the Packer 40 yard line.  With the defense … Continue reading

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In Defense of Jeff Fisher

I always like reading Mike Florio’s profootballtalk.com blog because he isn’t just aggregating news.  He bring sometimes very strong opinions.  And he feels pretty strongly about Titans coachJeff Fisher: “Some think that, if Fisher is fired in Tennessee, he’ll end up getting the job … Continue reading

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