Kevin Federline may have received more positive reviews for his debut album than Rex Grossman did for his play at quarterback this year for the Bears. But if you grade his season on a curve and focus on how he played in the Bears most meaningful games, you’ll find that Grossman should really deserve a lot more credit than criticism for his overall play.
Category: Chicago Bears
Bears Offense Still Offensive
As a die-hard, devout Chicago Bears fan, I am beginning to wonder when this franchise will ever pull themselves out of the purgatory they call an offense.
Grossman’s Last Chance?
Is Rex Grossman’s injury as bad for the Bears as the media has portrayed?
Dear Chicago Bears,
You’re killing me Bears. Just killing me. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not a fan, just an interested observer who has resorted to rubber necking at you’re distorted franchise.
Where did it all go wrong?
Remember back in 2001, heady days than, when Mike Brown was making miracle interceptions in overtime on a seemingly weekly basis and Jim Miller guided by his formidable beard was leading you to an amazing 13-3 season?
What the hell happened?
Bears Will Strive in 2005
The Bears are definitely showing signs of life this year and I believe with some fine tuning in their player personnel, they can win their division and make it the playoffs.
Bears have A Reason to Play
After their loss to the Jaguars, all playoff hopes can be put to rest. But, I believe there’s something to play for and the Bears and Lovie Smith should focus on these three things: (a) finishing the season with some momentum for next year, (b) taking a look at all players in game situations, and (c) putting the whole playbook in to see which plays their players can execute and which plays require different players.