Category Archives: Pittsburgh Steelers

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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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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Fantuz Flakes Commercial and Other Points of View

Bears Brad Biggs at the Chicago Tribune reports that the Bears have signed a CFL star wide receiver Andy Fantuz to a futures contract.  How big of a star?  He’s got his own cereal in Canada: But you know when … Continue reading

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Roethlisberger Gets “Punched in the Nose” and Other Points of View

Bears Vaughn McClure at the Chicago Tribune writes that Israel Idonije is one of three finalists for the Walter Payton man of the year award. Bears quarterback Caleb Hanie tells the Chicago Sun-Times that he wants to go somewhere he can … 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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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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Packers-Steelers Couldn’t Be Simpler

Sam Farmer, writing for the Chicago Tribune, previews the Steelers-Packers game by pointing out the keys for Pittsburgh.  Unlike the complex issues involved in the Packers-Bears game last week, this one couldn’t be simpler.  Green Bay’s run defense against Pittsburgh’s … 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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Bear Vs. Bear and Other Points of View

Bears Phil Rosenthal at the Tribune says that the Bears-Packers game drew and 80.5 share locally.  That’s better than the Super Bowl loss to the Colts in 2007. Dan Pompei at the Tribune reviews the game film.  It was pretty … Continue reading

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The Bears Offseason Begins and Other Points of View

Bears Mark Potash describes how Packers defensive tackle B.J. Raji‘s touchdown came about.  Here’s a hint that will surprise no one who watched the game:  It was good coaching. Neil Hayes at the Sun-Times writes about the Bears defensive adjustments … Continue reading

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