Man, was that painful to watch.
Lovie Smith's defense isn't supposed to give up plays like that, right?
Bend but don't break and all that.
The Chicago Bears got creamed by the unbeaten Detroit Lions and all I can say is football is a team sport.
They can't expect Jay Cutler to run around with no protection and throw to the likes of Devin Hester (did you see that drop?) and hope to win.
I still try to imagine what Cutler might be like if he could actually...how many times do you see him drop back, set up and throw?
He drops back, sees the line break down, runs to the left or right and lets it go.
When he doesn't throw an interception I marvel.
And the D.
Is the system broken or is it just bad safety play, aging guys and a mediocre line that falls apart when Julius Peppers isn't around?
I hope they recover, and I want to see them win.
Smirking Aaron Rogers galls me, and it's so awful to realize that it's deja-vu: it's like watching Brett Favre all over again for freaking years to come.
I also hope that New General Manager Fever sweeps down from Wrigley Field and into Halas Hall because JERRY ANGELO IS A BOOB.
Not saying Olin Kreutz would be the answer to all the offensive line's woes, but how Angelo let him go continues to mystify me.
Even if Olin only had one leg, he'd be better than some of what's playing now.
I saw no baseball last night, but it's all even in the Brewers/Cards series with Milwaukee finally getting beaten at home.
After the Zack Grienke comments about Chris Carpenter, you gotta want to watch the next Carpenter start on Wednesday night.
Watching these two teams play is only marginally better than watching the White Sox play the Astros in the World Series.
Just distasteful all the way around.
But if you can get past that and just watch for baseball's sake, baseball is a really gorgeous game.