so, two days later and tubby is still pissed
but no longer at his players for half assing it and playing like shit
and he already
McCarthy really doesn't have very many bullets left in his gun. In 2010 we were hit with a similar group of injuries and didn't start coming together
I think it is an easy observation that the defense held their own and it was the offense that stunk up the joint. But now what does MM do about it. I
Totally agree. Unrelated to the quote I posted, I think Cobb is very overrated. He is a great slot receiver but he is also very, very small. There
We discussed on here that Driver's time was done when teams used a linebacker on him with success. If teams really are doing that with Cobb, paying him
"When Cobb can't get open against a LB, it tells me that the scheme itself is screwed up."
Why would that tell you that the scheme
The Bears had 11 possessions, not including the last one of one kneel down play. In the 11 possessions, 8 ended in punts:
You can't cut bait on the kid after a year and a half and start labeling him a "miss". He's shown flashes of talent. Donald Driver looked like
And then there's this...
You took your kids to the swap meet? That's nice.
Here's a screen shot of what I'm seeing...
That Gillette stadium field looks better than Lambeau, so lush and green.
I keep hearing how the Patriots keep rolling but the Patriots offense has struggled more and more as they've lost guys. Their overall numbers are mostly
Janis is the game
Bob judges the defensive effort as less than average. Perhaps its constituent parts failed in that many ways, but does less than average describe a game
Maxie, can you upload a screen shot? Post it here (or you can PM me for other options).
Phone, tablet or laptop/desktop?
I'm not buying that the receivers and the execution are the only issue with this team. Many teams end up in similar situations as the Packers and they
Yeah, I was mad as hell after the Bear game and fucked up somehow.
The screen still is not right, though. Now there is no separation
Post more often.