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Monday · October 16 2006

The Bears were down 20-0 at the half, turned the ball over 6 times, and scored no offensive touchdowns. They beat the Arizona Cardinals 24-23 to improve to an undefeated 6-0 in the one of the ugliest, most unexpected, and completely entertaining displays of terrible football I've ever seen. If you live in Chicago and this team ends up in the Super Bowl, you'll be hearing about this Monday Night game for a long, long time.

Oh, and the Cubs hired Lou Pinella today as their new manager to replace Dusty Baker. It's as good a move as could be expected, I guess. I might be more excited, but (a) it's October, (b) the Cubs were 66-96 this year, and © The Bears.

What you had to say:
October 17 2006

I didn't watch the game, but I had friends who were watching it, so I kept an eye on the score last night. When I saw they won it, my eyes bugged out. Lucky Rex to get bailed out like that.

October 23 2006

Da Bears.

I've watched the second half 3 times now. I love the way the Defense decided to not just cover up the ball when Urlacher stripped the Edge, but pick it up and run. They knew that if they didn't score, no one would.

Watching Leinart throw for 200 yards and 2 INT's versus Oakland this past sunday reminds me how teams can match up so differently and how much home field matters in the NFL.

October 23 2006

Da Bears.

I've watched the second half 3 times now. I love the way the Defense decided to not just cover up the ball when Urlacher stripped the Edge, but pick it up and run. They knew that if they didn't score, no one would.

Watching Leinart throw for 200 yards and 2 INT's versus Oakland this past sunday reminds me how teams can match up so differently and how much home field matters in the NFL.

© 2006 Jason Keglovitz