Woodrow...as a Giants fan I know what it feels like to be gutted.just think of what you have to look forward to: mini camps, the draft, pre-season, 16 regular season games and 2 or 3 playoff games just to get back to where you were on Sunday.my condolences.cheers... wharf rat
That quote is taken SO out of context.....First goal: Beat the PackersSecond goal: Win the divisionThird goal: Win the Super BowlPacker fans like to think that the Bears fans feal inferior because of their frigggin' team. Stop yourselves...I'm just wondering why Lovie forgot about winning the NFC Championship Game.Love the new sig, Law...
Ok, I can understand that sometime intelligent talk can confuse the folk in Packerland. You must understand that sometimes when a person is giving a presentation, as Lovie was doing, the ultimate goal is often presented last in the series of goals.First off Lovie was being respectful and giving the devil their due. If you want to win the Division, and then ultimately the Super Bowl, you have to knock off the team in front of you. There is no way the Bears will win a division or a Super Bowl without beating the Packers. The Packers have owned the division.The Eagles Cheerleaders Lingerie Calendar
This doesn't look too bad either.
Definition of inferiority complex...
"The number one goal we'll have is to beat Green Bay," Lovie Smith said, recognizing the interstate rivalry Chicago enjoys with the Packers (who have won seven straight matchups with the Bears). "Almost daily we'll do something to see that that happens."
Shouldn't your number one goal be to win the Super Bowl?
More than happy to buster. Thanks for point that out. CheersWood - since you've LOCKED your little song thread "Fly Eagles Fly," perhaps you can lock this too. While you're at it, why not lock ALL threads that have an anti-Eagle bias. Then we can change the name of this board to Eaglefootballguys.com.Cheers