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Anytime23

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No...you are a fucking troll. Trolls deserve nothing but all the shit I can give them. Buckle up.
Damn, is the internet that scary that you cant put your alias from another board behind your comments on this one? Soft. I remember a lot of the posters. We can take a trip down memory lane and continue where we left off.

Buckle up? Lol for what? For angry curse posts telling me to blow Aaron Rodgers? The best part of all of this was after about 4 years and hundreds, maybe thousands of posts, i, the "Packer loving, Aaron Rodgers nut-hugging troll" ended up being right. No wonder you're so bitter and angry.
 

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Exactly. Like i posted earlier, their offense was more productive as well scoring in the low 20s both games. Not exactly lighting it up but at least doing something that is expected of any professional offense. SEA might be tricky because i think there were a few TOs that played a part into the final score but my point remains the same, they showed promise last season. Theyve literally done nothing to give anyone hope for the offense.

And for someone to bring up week 4 as to when they got it going...i wonder why? Maybe playing the god awful bucs was the reason? Mitch got half of his TD production from that 1 game.
The defense scored a TD in both of games, had 10 sacks, and generated 4 total turnovers as well as a few other short fields. The Bears offense was atrocious against GB other than the first TD drive. It was a bit better against Seattle but much of that scoring was due to the defense as well.
 

Anytime23

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The defense scored a TD in both of games, had 10 sacks, and generated 4 total turnovers as well as a few other short fields. The Bears offense was atrocious against GB other than the first TD drive. It was a bit better against Seattle but much of that scoring was due to the defense as well.
That's completely fair to mention. I still think they were further along than the current offense. Either way, if this offense is going to be predicated on scoring on short fields and TOs, we're in huge trouble. The d will keep them in every game but they have to put together scoring drives.
 

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The defense scored a TD in both of games, had 10 sacks, and generated 4 total turnovers as well as a few other short fields. The Bears offense was atrocious against GB other than the first TD drive. It was a bit better against Seattle but much of that scoring was due to the defense as well.
Don't waste your time with this dude. He is simply a Packers fan trolling Bears sites.
 

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You are not allowed to tell the truth about Dear Sweet Mitchell.
 

Anytime23

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Don't waste your time with this dude. He is simply a Packers fan trolling Bears sites.
Honestly, DM me man. I'll apologize for all i have done. I must have said some terrible things to you or about Jay Cutler to have you holding grudges for 4 years and having you refuse to tell me your name on BRs forum. Seriously, if you're going to continue talking shit, tell me who you are so i know why you're this upset or simply just stfu. Im guessing you're the same soft, sad little man that lied to the mods about me. You sure act like him. I'm having an honest football discussion with someone and you keep on with your petty jabs.
 

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That’s what I don’t get. Why am I a “hater”? I want the kid to be good. Seems like a great person. I’m just being honest, he’s not good. Doesn’t mean I hate the guy.
It's the go-to move when you're not convinced a player or team is good. In your defense, Mitch has shown absolutely nothing through 8 qtrs in his third season to deserve any kind of good faith.
 




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