Bears Vs. Giants - 10/3/10

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  1. kingis profile image74
    kingisposted 8 years ago

    How many of you are watching one of the most pitfull NFL games of the 2010 season with the Bears and Giants?  As a Bears fan, I am literally sick to my stomach at how bad the Offensive line is.  Seriously, Jay Cutler was looking up at the ground more than throwing the ball.  He was sacked for a NFL record 9 times in the first half. Granted, Jay Cutler should have throw the ball quicker than 5 - 7 seconds after the snap but the offensive line for the Bears sucks. Thank goodness the Bears have a good defense to keep them in the game. But 3-0 at half, ugh!  Well, as the Bears return to the field for the second half, we learn he is in the locker room with a concusion.  I would love to hear everyones thoughts of this game.

  2. ediggity profile image59
    ediggityposted 8 years ago

    This game is a train wreck, and I wish I was on the train.  I am not a fan of either team, but what a mess.

  3. ShamrockSports profile image60
    ShamrockSportsposted 8 years ago

    It's hard to watch, it really is.  I am not a fan of the Bears by any means, but they have my support against the Giants.  The first half frustrated me. As I write this Bradshaw break a big run to take it to inside the 5 yrd line so this lead may be extended soon. 

    Not sure the Bears can come back from 10 down (Giants just punched it in) the way their offensive line has been playing.

  4. profile image51
    Nov29gcposted 8 years ago

    I am a major bears fan I watch ever single game faithfully but I for one was sitting here and wondering what do the bears do in practice when it comes to the offensive line? It looks as thought they just woke up this this morning and said " Yep were going to go out here and lay an egg" the giants made them look like a struggling high school o-line. I been listening to a lot of people talk about Jay Cutler and the things he can't do and all the interception that he threw last year and I ask them one simple question. Name one Qb who could survive behind this offensive line. I mean watching this game hurt me to the core we got murdered from the word go on the o line we need serious help up front thats all i can say!!!

  5. LakeShow T profile image78
    LakeShow Tposted 8 years ago

    Yeah. That game was quite rough. You'll always have a few of those throughout the whole NFL season. I have Cutler and Forte on my fantasy football team and they combined to get me 1 point. LoL. I think that is quite indicative of the Bears' offensive tonight. To make things even worse, it looks like they may be down to their 3rd string QB perhaps for next week. I doubt they will let Cutler play a week after a concussion and Collins got demolished and had to leave the game.

  6. ShamrockSports profile image60
    ShamrockSportsposted 8 years ago

    I think it is in the Bears best interest to get rid of Lovie Smith.

  7. Michael Willis profile image77
    Michael Willisposted 8 years ago

    I know they are using the Mike Martz offensive scheme, but it is a do or die way to play offense. The Bears need to get their running game going or they could see more games like this where the defense just goes after the QB every play.
    It was really a bad night for the Bears team.
    Wonder how bad the concussion on Cutler is? And if Collins is out...the 3rd string QB will play. He actually threw the ball quicker, but I could also tell the Giants defense was not quite as aggressive with him in there as they were with Cutler.

  8. prettydarkhorse profile image63
    prettydarkhorseposted 8 years ago

    NYG simply "sacks" Cutler and even T Collins. Cutler's concussion  --  hope it is not too bad.

    And on other stories about NFL, Kansas is unstoppable, Steelers lost (sad, sad) and McNabb gets ovation, Vick is alright according to Xrays.


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