Discussion in 'Smack Area' started by longtimefan, Sep 15, 2012.
Brian paying his child support (which is a bigger crime to me )
It's good to be back.
Do you like have a computer that only gives you news of like 3-10 years ago or something?
Do you need to peddle or turn a hand crank to get it to work?
Otherwise I can't think of why else you would be reaching back into the dusty old vault for that one.
And it wasn't even that big of a deal to begin with.
Haters gonna hate.
There is a difference between a hypocrite and being biased.
If your brain isn't polluted from all the years of being a Bears fan then maybe, just maybe you will figure out the difference.
But you won't do that because your just a troll who hates us and our team so much that you will reach for anything to fuel that hatred even when what your reaching for is wrong.
Bears 10, Packers 23
George Halas being hoisted at Solider Field
Coming from the same fans that are bringing up a game from two years ago?
Oh wait.... Rodgers blowing off that lady was a GOOD thing because he was focused on the game.
What a class act he is. What a class act ALL Packer players are right?
Halas helping raise money to build the Packers a stadium....
Halas lending the Packers money to keep them from folding...
Hmmm... if I was going to think of a fan base that lives in the past constantly and only talks about something that happened waaaaaay back....
But hell, while we are on the topic of the bears and teams being screwed...
Charles Martin stole a dynasty from Chicago... and I adore him for it.
Rodgers is a nice guy while Cutler just seems like a spoiled preppie stuck up brat.
I could be wrong, (And if I am, prove it.) but aren't there reports that Jay isn't that easy to get along with compared to Rodgers?
Jay Cutler is not liked.
And unless he changes, he'll never win a Super Bowl because of it.
There's a fine line between a good team and a great one in the NFL, and as a leader, Cutler is on the wrong side of it.
This is bigger than the incident with left tackle J'Marcus Webb, who Cutler shoved last Thursday during the Bears' Week 2 loss to the Packers. It was a bad game for J'Marcus Webb, but that was bad leadership by Jay Cutler. Hell, that wasn't leadership at all. That was petulance and self-absorption.
The Webb incident opened a window into the leadership of Jay Cutler, and the view was ugly. Bears cornerback D.J. Moore verbally eviscerated Cutler for his behavior, noting that on a day when Cutler was statistically awful -- 11 for 27 for 126 yards, four interceptions and a 28.2 passer rating -- the Bears quarterback made a scapegoat of an offensive lineman.
"I just think it's wrong, honestly," Moore said. "I would feel some kind of way if he were to do me like that and make it seem like 'Well, the reason that I'm having a bad game is because what you're doing' and not me taking accountability for myself because I'm throwing these types of passes or doing this type of read."
Then Moore turned the knife.
"I think it's just him," he said of Cutler. "It's the type of guy he is."
And that elderly woman with cancer that you keep mentioning, that is all water under the bridge.
She felt bad for what happened and A-Rod did not ignore her on purpose.
I think he was listening to music and walking and being oblivious or "In the zone" on his way to the airport.
Besides, if a player stopped and signed EVERY piece of paper thrust in their faces, we wouldn't have games on Sunday.
I mean, should we really expect every player to sign every single autograph when they are out in public every time?
On some level I respect the Bears. A lot of folks here won't acknowledge how good they can be.
I could be one of the few or the only one on here who doesn't think they suck. Yet.
They are off to a good start and I like the competition.
Congrats to them for doing very well against the 'Boys on MNF.
I can appreciate Halas for doing that for us.
Was there a catch though? Or was it all a gift?
I'm curious about your avatar Phil. Why that particular screen shot from Shawshank?
(A really good movie. One of your faves?)
One of the biggest douchebag moments in NFL history and you adore him for it.
Need I say more?
I posted that several years ago and it has no meaning.
Just a pic that fit for an avatar. I used to change my avatar a lot back then and I just left it when I stopped posting here.
Thanx for the answer!
I totally agree. That was just flat out 100% without question wrong.
And now they are saying that this is one of the 4 hits that has led to Jim McMahon's early on set of dementia.
Even though McMahon got the last laugh by getting another SB ring with the Packers, it doesn't make up for losing one's capacity of using the mind/brain.
For the Packers, this was one of the most disgraceful moments.
That A-Hole had no business being on this team.
I don't care if the Bears QB is liked or not.
Did you guys loose any sleep over the entire country believing that Favre was a drama queen?
Throw TDs… win games. That is his job.
If Cutler talks he is rude.
If Cutler does not talk he is sullen.
If Cutler does not show emotion on the sideline he does not care.
If Cutler does show emotion on the sideline he is not a team player.
People need a villain and instead of picking the logical choices they just follow whatever people like the idiots on ESPN or Pro Football Talk tell them to.
He has no arrest history.
He has no history of beating up women.
He has no history of sexual assault.
He has no history of torturing animals.
He has no history of gunplay.
He has no history of DUI or hitting people with his car.
He has no history of playing out his contract negations in the media.
He has no history of going on stupid rants on Twitter.
He does not seek attention.
He has no history of complaining about his diabetes or using it as an excuse.
He does not call the media when he visits kids in the hospital.
If Jay Cutler is a jerk them half of the NFL could benefit from taking his lead.
The Sports Illustrated story about McMahon was pretty sad.
I was not a big supporter of McMahon when he was with the Bears.
They won because they had the best defense and the best running game in the league.
To me he was overrated and injury prone and he was all image but I don't want to see anyone go through what he is dealing with right now.
My daughter works with people suffering from dementia and she says that it is heartbreaking to see.
Jolly been outta jail for some time now. Wonder what he's up to?
Not any more
So do they. They`ve got Cutler as their prime weapon....
Separate names with a comma.