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Posted by admin on Sunday, January 21, 2007 at 6:00 pm Filed under Bears · Tagged with
Awesome. A perfect scene today. One to cherish and enjoy.
This one is for all of the “experts” that had the Bears going down to the high powered Saints. Offense, Defense and Special Teams! This was the complete effort, including coaching, that we have seen for the better part of the year.
I’m glad they blew them out because aikman and buck were starting to really irritate me.
I just watched the trophy presentation again. I’m so stoked.
Happy for you, Zoner, and for the 2nd City faithful. Chicago is a great football city. Here’s to hoping for a very entertaining Super Bowl 41.
Make sure to go ahead and read Gene Wjocrapski today. He still finds a few cheap shots to throw at them, even though they destroyed N’awllins and he says he believes in them.
Great pic, congrats to both teams.
I was hoping for a “Super Bowl Re-Shuffle” of Bears and Pats, but I like the Colts matchup better anyway. Lots more to come….
Aw, mang! Bears with Grossman win? No way! The media had him dead and buried mang! Bears D looked great. Why did the Aints only rush Deuce TWELVE TIMES? Talk about changing your game plan. Buck and Aikman almost seemed disappointed that N.O. didn’t win. Buck is a tool mang! I almost wish the Bears would win so I’ll never hear the term “’85 Bears” ever again! FIRE MILLEN! DON’T TAKE A QB WITH THE SECOND PICK MANG!
Love the new header, Zoner!
Thanks Bro Tony!
Thank God we wont have to hear Joe Buck during the Super Bowl, instead we get Jim Nance and Phil Simms (maybe even Jeremy Piven who was hilarious on the SNL bit..).
I dont understand why the Fox team dislikes the Bears. Terry Bradshaw is the biggest fool around and Buck just dislikes the Bears because he’s from St. Louis.
Anyone know why Tony Dorsett presented the trophy? Im a bit miffed on that one..
Yeah the Tony Dorsett thing was out of left field for me too.
I haven’t seen the bit–what was it??
I guess he was there to present the trophy…I didnt see it, but I also heard Jim Plunkett did the same thing for the AFC game…at least he played for the Patriots, but I would think they would have a quarterback from New England that actually went to the Super Bowl (gulp..Tony Eason or Steve Grogan).
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