Yo Pennies & Pens,
First off, I’d like to say that the Chicago Bears are one of my many squads. “Real” football fans claim you can only have one team but I think that’s bullshit. I mean I wear clothes and shoes from different places, and I eat all different types of food…so why am I to limit myself to ONE team?! That makes no sense. So just so we’re clear my squads are as follows: Cincinnati Bengals, Chicago Bears, Atlanta Falcons, New Orleans Saints, and honorable mention to the Green Bay Packers.
Moving right along, this past Sunday, the Chicago Bears played the Houston Texans in what looked like some of the worst weather ever. I mean it rained the ENTIRE game. I felt for the players, coaching staffs, and fans who sat through that game because it must’ve been awful. Pretty Penny was sitting in the crib but she feels your pain. (Just trying to lighten the situation, lol).
As far as the Bears…well…they played some great defense on Sunday. That’s about it. Their offense was a complete joke. Ugh, I feel for Brandon Marshall because dude is a monster and he had eight catches for 107 yards on Sunday. Sadly, it wasn’t enough to do anything and it certainly didn’t lead to a win. Jay Cutler ended the game early after stepping out with a concussion. Even before he got hurt, he wasn’t playing very well. He only completed 7 of 14 passes for 40 yards.
After Jay Cutler got hurt, Jason Campbell stepped in as QB and played the rest of the game. Honestly, I think Jason played very well even though it doesn’t show in the stats. Jason threw some great passes that could’ve made some headway for the offense but his team wasn’t there with him. Both Forte and Davis had some seriously whack games, especially Forte who had only 39 yards.
In essence, it was a cold, rainy, sad day in Chi-Town that was made even colder with a Bears loss. This coming week won’t result in an easier game as the Bears face the 49ers who out of nowhere are suddenly monsters and beasting everyone with a 6-2-1 record. With the game only a few days away, the Bears must get it together. Cutler will most likely stay out (he should rest for the playoffs, god willing they make it), so it’s up to Jason Campbell, Forte, Davis, and the Bears killer defense to givet the Bears their mojo back.
And there it is. de la Pen…All Pen Everything.