Battle of the Midwest


What a weekend! My family came to town to meet and visit with me and then on Sunday, we watched the Bears make it through the NFL playoffs…and they actually played an excellent game! I am quite excited to see the Bears play the Colts in SuperBowl! Great job Chicago. PS. I still do not like Rex.

4 thoughts on “Battle of the Midwest”

  1. Doug Blatti

    Don’t worry, when Rex throws 5 interceptions for touchdowns and we are down 35-0, we’ll pull him and put in Griese. Griese will turnover the ball a couple more times until we are down 56-0 with 5 minutes left in the 4th quarter. Finally Lovie will realize his true prophet, and put Kyle “Neckbeard” Orton in. Orton will score 11 touchdowns singlehandedly in the last 5 minutes for the biggest comeback in NFL history. Remember you heard it here first.

  2. jenz

    Sounds scary…but possible 😉 With Rex, you never know. With kneckbeard…anything is possible. Anyone who can grow that monstrosity must be pretty amazing.

  3. Ken

    Time for payback – you guys better slap those arrogant Patriots down. I’m tired of hearing the word ‘dynasty’ when used to refer to NE.

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