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Posted 11 December 2011 - 06:41 PM
Posted 11 December 2011 - 07:53 PM
What is up with all these haters? That man knows how to WIN. Granted the defense has been almost on fire (besides) last weeks game and the field goal kicker deserves kudos for today's victorie, still that team has rallied together.
I watched that Broncos team in Nashville and they were HORRIBLE with Orton. This team though is on fire.
I will be praying to my darklord Tebow that you will all change and come over to the good side.
/Dont take serious.
Posted 12 December 2011 - 12:23 AM
I just don't understand how it keeps happening.
Chemistry cat! That is how he does it. I tried not to like the guy in FL, but he is just to good of a person. I can't stand the media. I just hope he can stay above it because, honestly, I hope I can raise my kids to be that humble and gracious. This type of person should be a role model.
Posted 12 December 2011 - 07:05 AM
Lovie on the other hand is certified moron!
As soon as the Bears went up by 10 early in the 4th quarter, they went in their shell. Soft defense. Offensive series consisting of 3 runs and a punt. I understand the concept of playing conservative and trying to use up the clock, but they started wayyyyy too early. The Bears came in with a well designed and executed defensive plan as shown during the first 3 quarters of the game. Tebow didn't do shit until the Bears went into their "Prevent Defense".
The only thing that defense does is prevent the team that employs it from winning.
The Bears need the same thing the Cubs got this past offseason: A team enema starting with Jerry Angelo and working our way down.
Posted 12 December 2011 - 08:30 AM
In Tebow related news, I love how the broadcast booth was hyping up a guy who combined for 60? yards on the last two drives only to make his kicker have to tie a career long to tie the game. Is he cool under pressure, sure, but a "good" quarterback he is not.
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