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Re: NFC North Looking Tough

Post by mansquatch » Fri Sep 29, 2017 2:07 pm

The calls Green Bay gets on offense are ridiculous. At one point the announcers pointed out that 3 of the 5 first downs on a particular drive were the result of penalties, one of which was an absolutely moronic PI call where the GB WR literally jumped into his defender on the side line.

Also, it is criminal how bad Mike Glennon was for his team last night. I hope he is still the QB with that group of putrid WR when we play them. I wonder if he'll make it though, it quite obvious that the play at QB was the reason the Bears lost that game the way they did.
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Re: NFC North Looking Tough

Post by 808vikingsfan » Fri Sep 29, 2017 2:30 pm

mansquatch wrote:The calls Green Bay gets on offense are ridiculous. At one point the announcers pointed out that 3 of the 5 first downs on a particular drive were the result of penalties, one of which was an absolutely moronic PI call where the GB WR literally jumped into his defender on the side line.

Also, it is criminal how bad Mike Glennon was for his team last night. I hope he is still the QB with that group of putrid WR when we play them. I wonder if he'll make it though, it quite obvious that the play at QB was the reason the Bears lost that game the way they did.

You kinda knew how the night was going to be from the first drive. Cobb clearly set a pick on the first TD. No call. But Chicago looked terrible. They gave that game away. With 11 days rest, I think they're going to start the rookie against the Vikings. Romo mentioned Fox did something similar in Denver with Tebow. Changed his entire gameplan for his new QB.
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Re: NFC North Looking Tough

Post by Raptorman » Fri Sep 29, 2017 3:05 pm

808vikingsfan wrote:
You kinda knew how the night was going to be from the first drive. Cobb clearly set a pick on the first TD. No call. But Chicago looked terrible. They gave that game away. With 11 days rest, I think they're going to start the rookie against the Vikings. Romo mentioned Fox did something similar in Denver with Tebow. Changed his entire gameplan for his new QB.
4 Turnovers that gave the Packers 21 points. I hope the Bears suck that bad when we play them. Glennon's WR's didn't do him and favors as well. They dropped a few perfectly fine throws.
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Re: NFC North Looking Tough

Post by jackal » Fri Sep 29, 2017 7:56 pm

My kid was saying Hunter is getting double teamed
a lot and they are single covering Griffen. That means
we should be getting great penetration at DT as
well.
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