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Saturday, December 3rd, 2016

BLONDE’S GEOMETRY TEST

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  • <span class="anon-comment-author">Anonymous</span>

    Agree everywhere except for the last part about dominating the division. Things ebb and flow so much, that I’m not sure you can count on teams being bad as much as you used to.

    Green Bay may be down for a bit, but I would not be surprised to see Minnesota come back stronger under new direction–heck, they weren’t that far off ultimately this year. There’s talent there. There’s talent in Detroit, too, though I’m not sure any coach, even one as seemingly well-respected as Marinelli, can win with Millen running the show.

    I guess what I’m saying is I don’t take for granted the division will be that bad again. Nor do I take for granted that the Bears will have a nice run, even if it does sure line up that way–which is why the playoff loss was so disheartening. Ya never know what next year brings.

    Cure the cliche-o-meter.

    PV

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/17608926989592946088 <a href="http://www.blogger.com/profile/17608926989592946088" rel="nofollow">The Zoner</a>

    Get more specific. Minnesota has a badly injured Culpepper coming back. Name a few other things that are great about them. Detroit has major issues. Green Bay sucked with Favre and will likely suck more without him.

    I wrote “it looks as if” they will dominate the division for a while. And I believe that. It all points to the Bears owning the North for the rest of the ’00s. Sure that can change quickly, but if you had to bet on which team would win the most games and division titles in the North until 2010, it would have to be the Bears, wouldn’t it?

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/13441809988487585009 <a href="http://www.blogger.com/profile/13441809988487585009" rel="nofollow">Greg</a>

    How big would my erection be if the Bears get Randle-El?

    Big.

    You know, as big as it gets.

    Which is, you know, whatever.

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/17608926989592946088 <a href="http://www.blogger.com/profile/17608926989592946088" rel="nofollow">The Zoner</a>

    And that’s more than we here at The Zoner care to discuss. So, um,…ew.

  • <span class="anon-comment-author">Anonymous</span>

    I wouldn’t trade Jones. Depth is what makes a team get through season. The Bears are a running team and if you are going to pound the ball, one back will not hold up. I’d like to see Jones at 20 carries and Benson 12 to 15. Benson showed some promise, but after a knee injury you just don’t know. Dominating a division is too hard, though I would say they are set up to be very competetive the next few years and definitely should take the division crown next year…..barring injuries.

    Thanks, off to get a pretzel and a drink from the trough.

    The King of Pizza. Shoving pizza down your throat at a location near you!!

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