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  • #31
    Originally posted by etk
    Originally posted by Shiver
    If anything the Bears are more likely to repeat than the Colts. Unless one of the mediocre, underachievers, in the NFC steps up to challenge.
    Rex Grossman will never win the Super Bowl, so unless they make a QB change, how will the Bears repeat in the Super Bowl?
    He's saying repeat to get back. It's more likely the Bears make it back through the NFC than the Colts will in the AFC.

    And considering Grossman has started a little more than one season, it's too early to say he'll "never" do anything.


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    • #32
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      • #33
        Originally posted by bearsfan_51
        Originally posted by etk
        Originally posted by Shiver
        If anything the Bears are more likely to repeat than the Colts. Unless one of the mediocre, underachievers, in the NFC steps up to challenge.
        Rex Grossman will never win the Super Bowl, so unless they make a QB change, how will the Bears repeat in the Super Bowl?
        He's saying repeat to get back. It's more likely the Bears make it back through the NFC than the Colts will in the AFC.

        And considering Grossman has started a little more than one season, it's too early to say he'll "never" do anything.
        That's a good argument, if their defense stays healthy and their safeties improve, the Bears could easily make the Super Bowl again. I don't think they have any chance of winning it though. I'm not a pessimist or anything, but the way Grossman treats the game really bugs me. He doesn't even try when the game doesn't matter, and he shows no remorse for his poor decisions. His mechanics are the worst in the league, but his mentality really pisses me off the most. He doesn't have what it takes up top to be a leader and win a Super Bowl. Plain and simple. How else do you explain the way his numbers go from amazing to terrible from week to week?

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        • #34
          Originally posted by BeansDooma
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          I had to erase the latter portion of your post. You are dead on with this one though :D

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          • #35
            I already did explain it. Inexperience. There are very few rookies that could win a Superbowl, and that's essentially what Grossman was.

            As far as his demeanor. I'd much rather have a guy that shakes it off than a guy like Eli Manning that pouts for the rest of the game when he misses a 5 yard out route. You need to shake things off, and Grossman still has a ways to go in that regard.

            I'm not saying the Bears will win a Superbowl, I just don't buy that they can't with Grossman at QB. I find that the people that usually say that are the same people that spew all the other dribble that ESPN seeps into their brains.


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            • #36
              Originally posted by bearsfan_51
              I already did explain it. Inexperience. There are very few rookies that could win a Superbowl, and that's essentially what Grossman was.

              As far as his demeanor. I'd much rather have a guy that shakes it off than a guy like Eli Manning that pouts for the rest of the game when he misses a 5 yard out route. You need to shake things off, and Grossman still has a ways to go in that regard.

              I'm not saying the Bears will win a Superbowl, I just don't buy that they can't with Grossman at QB. I find that the people that usually say that are the same people that spew all the other dribble that ESPN seeps into their brains.
              I just think they should've given Brian Griese a chance. He could've been a very good manager for them and I think he would've been much more successful than Grossman. With that being said, Griese is getting old and it's pretty much too late to give him his shot, so either they stick with Rex and teach the boy how not to heave the ball up for grabs, or they draft a QB.

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              • #37
                Originally posted by etk
                Originally posted by bearsfan_51
                I already did explain it. Inexperience. There are very few rookies that could win a Superbowl, and that's essentially what Grossman was.

                As far as his demeanor. I'd much rather have a guy that shakes it off than a guy like Eli Manning that pouts for the rest of the game when he misses a 5 yard out route. You need to shake things off, and Grossman still has a ways to go in that regard.

                I'm not saying the Bears will win a Superbowl, I just don't buy that they can't with Grossman at QB. I find that the people that usually say that are the same people that spew all the other dribble that ESPN seeps into their brains.
                I just think they should've given Brian Griese a chance. He could've been a very good manager for them and I think he would've been much more successful than Grossman. With that being said, Griese is getting old and it's pretty much too late to give him his shot, so either they stick with Rex and teach the boy how not to heave the ball up for grabs, or they draft a QB.
                Griese is 31 or 32. That's not that old. Especially considering there were a few seasons he was on the bench.


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                • #38
                  i think they make it to the super bowl and lose to the saints in a high scoring game


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                  • #39
                    Raiders 34 Lions 6

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                    • #40
                      Why doesn't anyone think the Colts aren't going to repeat? Manning has every pressure lifted off of his shoulders and I think he has one gigantic year next year. UFA might hurt, but they should be able to plug people in like they always do. I'm taking the Colts going 14-2 and crushing whoever they play in the SB.
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                      • #41
                        Rams 24
                        Bills 21

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                        • #42
                          Super Bowl XLII:
                          Baltimore Ravens vs New Orleans Saints
                          Final score: 17 - 28
                          MVP: Drew Brees



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                          • #43
                            Originally posted by Sveen
                            Super Bowl XLII:
                            Baltimore Ravens vs New Orleans Saints
                            Final score: 17 - 28
                            MVP: Drew Brees
                            You couldnt beat us last year in your house, what makes you think you could beat us now?

                            Anywho it wont happen cause we arent getting to the Superbowl, Saints might be able too.
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                            • #44
                              Even though we didn't beat you this year it doesn't mean we can't beat you next year.



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                              • #45
                                Peyton certainly helped their cause for a second straight by restructuring


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