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    No. No we can't.
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    Quote Originally Posted by packa7x View Post
    I think the Bears would have to overhaul. The first to go should be whoever hired Martz.
    First step: hire a competent GM.

    everything else flows from there.
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    Yeah, well, good luck with that.
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    What's a GM?
    Not familiar w/ that term around Cincinnati.
    Quote Originally Posted by iwatt View Post
    First step: hire a competent GM.

    everything else flows from there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FrzzerBwler View Post
    What's a GM?
    Not familiar w/ that term around Cincinnati.
    It's what happens to teams who were so dominated by their fathers. Pappa Bear and Paul Brown

    PBs!!! Misery loves company
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    Quote Originally Posted by iwatt View Post
    It's what happens to teams who were so dominated by their fathers. Pappa Bear and Paul Brown

    PBs!!! Misery loves company
    iwatt, I'll feel more sympathy for you when your Bears aren't running roughshod over my Panthers.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nancy View Post
    iwatt, I'll feel more sympathy for you when your Bears aren't running roughshod over my Panthers.....
    I'm thrilled for the QB competition the NFC south has become. Everybody knows I'm a Josh Freeman believer, and Brees is awesome. But after seeing Cam play against the Bears D, I've already moved him ahead of Matty Ice-chips.

    Rivera will get that D turned around soon enough.
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    I love how quickly Matt Ryan has fallen. I've never been a big believer in him or Freeman (and we're seeing Freeman regress a lot this year as well) and I would get annoyed when people would give the whole "Matty Ice" nickname to him after like 2 good games. I forget where I read this, but after the ATL-GB playoff game, someone wrote "I got another nickname for Matty Ice...how about Matt?" The way these guys are playing, I'd put Cam over Freeman too. And I'm on record as being a Cam hater.
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    Quote Originally Posted by packa7x View Post
    I love how quickly Matt Ryan has fallen. I've never been a big believer in him or Freeman (and we're seeing Freeman regress a lot this year as well) and I would get annoyed when people would give the whole "Matty Ice" nickname to him after like 2 good games. I forget where I read this, but after the ATL-GB playoff game, someone wrote "I got another nickname for Matty Ice...how about Matt?" The way these guys are playing, I'd put Cam over Freeman too. And I'm on record as being a Cam hater.
    I've never been a Matt Ryan fan. Don't get me wrong, he's not bad, but all his success has come in his dome, and even then, he couldn't take advantage of it in his playoff game last year. And that was a choke job by him.

    Freeman is awesome. He will always be awesome because in his first start he beat the Packers and Rodgers, and did it wearing the creamsicle uniforms.
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    Quote Originally Posted by iwatt View Post
    I've never been a Matt Ryan fan. Don't get me wrong, he's not bad, but all his success has come in his dome, and even then, he couldn't take advantage of it in his playoff game last year. And that was a choke job by him.

    Freeman is awesome. He will always be awesome because in his first start he beat the Packers and Rodgers, and did it wearing the creamsicle uniforms.
    Oh, how embarrassing that game was! I have to admit, as livid as I was (that was one of only 3 3INT games of in his CAREER compared to 17 3+ TD games), I absolutely LOVED seeing those creamsicle unis. Most of the classic uniforms look fantastic with reebok's NFL Equipment stuff.
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