I thought I was the biggest Chicago Bears fan, but I think I found the biggest Chicago Bears of all time. His name is Glenn Timmermann and he has the players sign their autographs directly on his body; he then has the autographs traced into a tattoo. He just recently got all of the players [...]
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The Bears, who pulled off a trade to bring in young and talented Jay Cutler don’t have a veteran to back him up. Will they add 41 year old Jeff George? The Bears had him in 2004 as a backup. I know it’s five years later, but this guy was a number one pick in [...]
Today, I present you with the top ten funniest football quotes of all time. The quotes come from former coaches, players, commentators, and writers. Check them out and tell me what you think. 1) John Madden, Former Coach/Player/Announcer: “Hey, the offensive linemen are the biggest guys on the field, they’re bigger than everybody else, and [...]
Yes it’s true, you can find the word Bearsbacker used as a noun on Addictionary.org. On that site Bearsbacker is defined as “A dedicated Chicago Bears fan.” That’s pretty cool that my website is a word. I mean it’s not a real word, but you know. It’s still cool.
The Chicago Bears, who already lack experience at the wide receiver position plan on adding world record breaking sprinter Usain Bolt to the roster. Bolt nicknamed the “Lightning Bolt” has never played american football, but the Bears said they will insert him into the lineup across from Devin Hester. Jay Cutler will now have the [...]
My Question: After the 2008 season ended, you said that you believed in Kyle Orton and liked some of the things he did, but you needed to see more before anointing him the long-term solution at the position. You also indicated that the Bears were fixated on getting the quarterback position stabilized. With all that [...]
Believe it or not Sunday’s 37-3 loss to the Packers was not there worse loss ever at Lambeau Field. The worst loss to the Green Bay Packers was a 49-0 defeat on Sept. 30, 1962 at Lambeau Field. That ranks as the second worse loss by the Bears ever.