That was SOOOOOO satisfying.
A walk in the park.
A return to the way it should be.
The Chicago Bears beat the Detroit Lions every way possible.
Yeah, you can look at the stats and see the Lions win in nearly every category on offense, but that includes 6 turnovers to the Bears 1.
The Bears are at their awesome best when the special teams and D beat the snot out of the other guys.
And the special teams and D beat the Lions 21-zip.
With no offense at all.
The announcers kept saying things like, "Well, nothing is going Detroit's way."
There's a reason for that, and it's called getting your ass kicked so hard and so fast that your head spins off it's axis.
What a game.
Okay, not looking ahead not looking ahead not looking ahead...
But it could be the greatest Christmas Day next month.
Mike Metheny gets the Cardinal manager job.
Read "Bernie Bites" in the St. Louis Post Dispatch.
Alot of Bernie's content could easily be the same article written about Ryne Sandberg by somebody at the Trib had the Cubs hired Ryno.
Respected, born leader, yada yada...
Will he be a good manager?
But Metheny's hiring and Tony LaRussa's absence sure changes the whole feel of the Central.
I hope the Cubs figure out their guy soon, because the suspense is killing me.
Lastly, an injury to Awesome Hawk Brent Seabrook.
"Lower body injury", says the Trib.
These vague descriptions of injuries freak me out.