Category Archives: Cincinnati Bengals

Why Soccer Isn’t Real Football and Other Points of View

Bears The Chicago Tribune‘s Brad Biggs points out this interesting fact: “With the release of Hunter Hillenmeyer, Bears have 2 linebackers under contract: Lance Briggs & Brian Urlacher.” On a potentially related note, Aaron Wilson reports: “Illinois linebacker Martez Wilson … Continue reading

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Tim Ruskell and the Lure of the “Undersized, Try-Hard Players” and Other Points of View

I will be on vacation until Feb. 28, meaning I’ll once again be out of the country for a major NFL offseason event.  At least its only the Combine and not the Draft like last year.  In any case posts … Continue reading

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Marshall Faulk Doesn’t Think Much of the Bears Receivers and Other Points of View

Bears Neil Hayes at the Chicago Sun-Times quotes the Bears’ latest Hall of Fame inductee, Richard Dent, on why his sack numbers weren’t even better: “On spending the bulk of his career in the NFC Central: ‘Playing in the NFC … Continue reading

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The Sad Story of William “The Refrigerator” Perry and Other Points of View

Bears In what has to be the saddest story I’ve read all year, Tom Friend at ESPN details the struggles of William Perry against his both his physical and mental disabilities.  Here is the accompanying video: Brad Biggs at the … Continue reading

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Aaron Roger’s Extensive Comments on Brett Favre and Other Points of View

Bears A sad week for the Bears franchise continues as Lovie Smith‘s mother, Mae, joins Tim McCaskey in the after life. Our sympathies go out to all of the family. Brad Biggs at the Chicago Tribune comments upon underrated defensive … Continue reading

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Player Says Seventy Percent Are in the Game Only for the Money and Other Points of View

Bears Eric Washington has left the Bears to become the defensive line coach for the Carolina Panthers.  He held the same position with the Bears but I’m sure everyone knows that, title aside, Rod Marinelli really hods that position here. … Continue reading

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Chad Johnson’s Application for a Name Change and Other Points of View

Bears Fred Mitchell and David Kaplan at the Chicago Tribune quote Bears tight end Desmond Clark on head coach Lovie Smith: “Every player has Lovie’s back. After last season we all got together and talked about how we are going … Continue reading

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Zack Follett Rips Matthew Stafford, Blames Satan and Other Points of View

Bears Bears special teams assistant Chris Tabor has been hired as special teams coordinator for the Browns (via Brad Biggs at the Chicago Tribune). Mark Potash at the Chicago Sun-Times addresses a great point with Bears linebacker Pisa Tinoisamoa: “And … Continue reading

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The Bears “Best Player” and Other News

Bears Mike Mulligan at the Chicago Sun-Times makes a sensible argument against rushing to extend Lovie Smith‘s contract: “Word around the league is that the Bears aren’t in a hurry to spend more money on Smith. In fact, they may … Continue reading

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Peyton Manning Is Getting Some Help and Other News

Bears Rick Morrissey at the Chicago Sun-Times provides us with more good fetish one-liners. Dan Pompei at the Chicago Tribune gives us some insight into the way to beat quarterback Mark Sanchez and the Jets offense: “The best game plan … Continue reading

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