Category Archives: Pittsburgh Steelers

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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PTI Word on Potential Obama Super Bowl and Other Points of View

Bears Having just watch ESPN’s NFL Matchup show, I’m glad Michael David Smith at profootballtalk.com took the time to note down some of the interesting and unique analysis of the Bears-Packers game by Ron Jaworski and Merril Hoge.  You can find … Continue reading

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Brett Favre Is Ready to Let the Packers Beg Him to Come Back and Other Points of View

Bears I don’t know if I should respect this or be worried by it. Tom Skilling‘s game day forecast: Bears head coach Lovie Smith on Packers defensive coordinator Dom Capers via the Chicago Tribune: “Of course Dom does a great … Continue reading

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Jon Stewart Has a Message Just for You Patriots Fans and Other Points of View

Bears A shout out to Bear Goggles for the Packer jokes found in this post. Kudos to Packer running back James Starks for being classy, at least publicly, about being passed over by the Bears in the draft in embarrassing … 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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Playoff Atmosphere More Intense at Soldier Field or on Saturn? And Other Points of View.

Bears Mike Mulligan at the Chicago Sun-Times explains where the money generated by the playoff games goes. Matt Bowen at the Chicago Tribune teaches us about beating the edge blitz. Dan Pompei at the Chicago Tribune makes the fine distinction … Continue reading

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