***OFFICIAL*** IGT: Bears vs Cardinals (Crosstown Classic Circa 1951 Edition)

Who wins?


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onebud34

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Les...

Dalton has 3 INTs and looks hurt. What else are they fucking supposed to do?

BEARS
Yeah, he got popped on that sack by Hicks.
 

Rob Noxious

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Stop, score twice, we win. Oh wait, we can’t score. Forget it.
 

Chicago Staleys

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This team stinks but at the same time they never catch a break like their opponents seemed to do every game.
 

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We don't want foles to come in,he might win the game
 

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Bears D bailing the O out. Welcome to being a Bears fan.
The games was out of reach since the second quarter, this offense can’t score more than 21 points.
 

vabearsfan15

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Do you really think professional athletes perform better if a coach stands on the sideline and chews their ass out? Do you think that’s what discipline is or how you instill it? That’s insane!

No absolutely not! It's one of a million things you can do to try and hold your players accountable. But when your team is undisciplined, is consistently losing, and your coach is on the hot seat you do everything possible to turn things around.

You show urgency! You don't settle for complacency all because you are a "professional."
 

Les Grossman

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I wonder what the Bears are gonna repurpose those takeaways buckets for next year…
 

TL1961

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No absolutely not! It's one of a million things you can do to try and hold your players accountable. But when your team is undisciplined, is consistently losing, and your coach is on the hot seat you do everything possible to turn things around.

You show urgency! You don't settle for complacency all because you are a "professional."
This is full meatball thinking.
 

mcbear34

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Can we score more than 20 points is the question....?
 
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