Sunday, November 27, 2005

I Am Freaking Kreskin!!

Let me just take a second to make a really bold prediction about Monday's show; Wilbon will not be able to stop talking about how great the goddamn Chicago Bears are. Yes, those Bears, the 'beat up on the the single worst division to ever play pro football Chicago Bears', the 'Kyle Orton, Thomas Jones are the cornerstone of our offense' Bears, the 'Brian Urlacher is our 4th best defensive player and his only claim to fame is tapping Paris Hilton' Chicago Bears.

They will spend very little time on the 'Best record in the NFC Seattle Seahawks' however, and will continue to come up with brand new bullshit ways to discredit what is essentially a really good team.

I look forward to seeing it.

4 Comments:

At 8:16 AM, Blogger Barry said...

Yes, the Seahawks are better than the Bears, but the Bears still have *half* of their division schedule left.

Yes, they've beaten New Orleans, SanFran, and lost to the Browns, but they've still managed to win 7 straight games - no easy feat no matter what division you're in. They also just beat the 3rd best defense in the NFL *on the road*.

Meanwhile the 'Hawks needed the G-men to blow THREE game winning field goals to finally pull out the victory AT HOME.

Relax hoss, the 'Hawks will take the NFC West and the first round bye while the Bears lose to the NFC East Wild Card Cowboys. Just give them some credit for going 11-5 with a rookie from Purdue.

 
At 9:26 AM, Blogger Jeff said...

After watching the Pats get dismantled by the Chiefs yesterday, my new dream SuperBowl matchup is the Seahawks vs. the Chiefs. Aside from the fact it would be a really good game, it would also cause a huge dilema for grumpy old eastern sportswriters like our PTI duo.

It would be laughable watchung these
Viagra & Lipitor-popping, soon to be assisted living, cranks scramble to find an angle that interests them from the matchup.

I'm sure they'll talk all about the old Hank Stram/Len Dawson Chiefs teams, like having read about those in history books somehow grants them more sports credibility.

Bottom line is, no one back east would watch and the game would be great. Also, there would be much backpedaling and apologizing if Seattle were to actually dare win
Tony's beloved Guy Lombardo trophy.

So, good luck, Hasselbeck!

Wait, how 'bout Seattle and San Diego? -Or Denver? -Say Goodnight, Kornheiser!

 
At 4:29 PM, Blogger CalvinPitt said...

The Bears are taking advantage of the worst division? Have you noticed the New England Patriots are 6-5 and are still two games up in that craptastic AFC East?

Yeah, the NFC North isn't very good, but the Bears can only play who is on their schedule, and beat them, which eight times out of 11 they have.

And I'm sorry, but watching that Seattle/Giants game, the Seahawks did not impress. They probably would beat the Bears, but it's not like they are freaking awesome or something.

 
At 6:18 PM, Blogger Drew said...

Alright fine, I guess they've given the Seahawks a little DAP, but it's not nearly as humiliating as Wilbon's Payton jersey antics.

 

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