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I figured it out. The guy calling the game on Nickelodeon is like your father. The guy flapgreen on the FBG channel is your older, degenerate gambling uncle who keeps catching bad beats.

He needed to take it to the airplane and put it in the overhead storage to be complete.

Just now, Capella said:

Why are the Bears here 

It's 7-3. They beat Tampa that night on Thursday without a key Tampa guy or two, but still beat 'em.

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2 minutes ago, rockaction said:

It's 7-3. They beat Tampa that night on Thursday without a key Tampa guy or two, but still beat 'em.

No I mean why are they here. They aren’t even trying on offense. 

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6 minutes ago, Capella said:

No I mean why are they here. They aren’t even trying on offense. 

I think your perception of what trying is isn't on the level with what their perception of trying is.

I think they're flummoxed and behind the eight ball with a bad QB and the plays called reflect that. I only say this because as someone who watched Mark Sanchez play in two Conference Championships (and you should know this from 2002-3 with a slightly better QB and more successful results) I'm familiar with the notion that they're just trying to hang around long enough to be in the game. Trying on offense might be foolhardy or risky in their estimation.

But I take your point. It looks bad.

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They're also playing what I think is in the top three defenses, DVOA-wise.

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Just now, rockaction said:

I think your perception of what trying is isn't on the level with what their perception of trying is.

I think they're flummoxed and behind the eight ball with a bad QB and the plays called reflect that. I only say this because as someone who watched Mark Sanchez play in two Conference Championships (and you should know this from 2002-3 with a slightly better QB and more successful results) I'm familiar with the notion that they're just trying to hang around long enough to be in the game. Trying on offense might be foolhardy or risky in their estimation.

But I take your point. It looks bad.

A player they really miss on offense today is Mooney.  They were really gaining trust in him.  If Wims catches the bomb, the Bears are winning.  I did expect Graham and Kmet to have a bigger role, but Kmet has had fumbling issues also. 

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