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Hate restores us.
Needs More Warm Air Tarp Brett Favre is pulling some last minute dramatics that suggest he might start.
I don't think I've ever seen more interceptions overturned by penalty in a single game than the array that were negated tonight.
Two Midwest Teams That Might Have Played Each At Some Point Remember Week 1 last year when the Bears and Packers played in primetime and Jay Cutler, weighed down by the expectations of being supposedly the first halfway decent Chicago quarterback in forever, threw four interceptions, and thus set the tone for an epically sulktastic season.
Here's the NFL Play 60 ad with Breesus, DeMarcus Ware and Troy Polamalu cavorting and capering on the South Lawn of the White House that will air beginning Thanksgiving weekend.
In retrospect, it's really sad we didn't have a liveblog of last night's game.
The Ratbirds and the Greatriots mark the lone interesting match-up of the early slate on this, the pinko Sunday.
In what may be the most hilarious serious question of the young season, a headline in today's Chicago Tribune asked, Is Jay Cutler the second coming of Tom Brady? Please enjoy: The surprising thing has been Cutler's ability to make the delicate pass.
Cutlerf*cker and the Bears defeated the Steelers (THANKS SKIPPY REED.
There's always a towering superstructure of fail to rummage through on any given gameday, but this Garo Yepremian-like fumble throw from Brady Quinn was a clear standout on this Sunday, at least until the Bears took the field, started running fake punts up the middle on 4th and 11 (only to challenge them), and generally having a pickerceptionkkake with a side entree of sulk.
Things were looking promising for Denver for about a quarter.
Inter-sport Cutler trade is imminent.
Josh McDaniels: This is disintegrating by the minute.
Our long-awaited Marmalard-Cutlerfucker showdown was lacking in histronics or even a competitive game, but nbc was sure to show Jay in all his dour glory.
Can Marmalard and his merry band of supersoldiers steal away a division title that looked unimaginable only a few weeks ago.