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San Francisco , officially the City and County of San Francisco, is the financial, cultural, and transportation center of the San Francisco Bay Area, a region of 7.5 million people which includes San Jose and Oakland. The Chicago Bears are a professional American football team based in Chicago, Illinois. 5.0/5

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Santa Clara, Calif. -- Prosecutors in California have charged former San Francisco 49ers and Chicago Bears defensive tackle Ray McDonald
Chicago Bears and San Francisco 49ers in talks for a Colin Kaepernick trade
The Chicago Bears have found a new defensive coordinator. On Tuesday, former San Francisco 49ers’ defensive coordinator Vic Fangio turned down the Washington Redskins’ offer and accepted the offer from the Chicago Bears to be the team’s new defensive coordinator under John Fox. Vic Fangio will be t…
Here are my rankings on the most appealing HC jobs out there: 1) San Francisco 49ers: The 49ers are only one year removed from the playoffs, also they have a lot of talented player especially on the defensive side 2) Buffalo Bills: This is the best season they have had in years, also that defense is top 5, just need to find a qb or try to develop Ej Manuel 3) Atlanta Falcons: Offense is very good, needs a tweaking on the o-line, defense needs a ton of work 4) Chicago Bears: With a new qb that offense could be something great, needs to work of defense a lot 5) Oakland Raiders: There is a lot of promise for this team, and if the players they have drafted recently continue to develop this team could be good 6) New York Jets: Honestly they are one big mess, on the bright side they have a good front seven -GB4life
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It was a dark and gloomy day for NFL coaches and GMs alike on "Black Monday." San Francisco 49ers "parted ways" with Jim Harbaugh New York Jets fired Rex Ryan and GM John Idzik Chicago Bears fired Marc Trestman and GM Phil Emery Atlanta Falcons fired Mike Smith
THREE HEAD COACHES, TWO GM'S FIRED ON NFL'S BLACK MONDAY: The ax has fallen on three NFL head coaches and two general managers whose underachieving teams disappointed fans and the owners who pay their big salaries. Getting their “Black Monday” pink slips were head coaches Rex Ryan of the New York Jets, Mike Smith of the Falcons and Marc Trestman of the Chicago Bears, and GM’s John Idzik of the Jets and Phil Emery of the Bears. Also falling victim to the revolving door of coaches was Jim Harbaugh, who agreed to part ways with the San Francisco 49ers in a departure that was long expected. “Black Monday” comes the day after the regular season has ended and is the day when coaches are traditionally relieved of their duties and their former teams promise a fresh start in the pursuit of Super Bowl glory. The end for Ryan and Idzik came after one of the most disappointing Jets seasons in franchise history. With the Jets (4-12) failing to make the postseason for the fourth straight season, Team owner W ...
Today is Wednesday, December 3, 2014 Today in Sports History 1929 - The Boston Bruins began a 14 game winning streak. 1950 - Tom Fears (Los Angeles Rams) caught an NFL-record 18 passes against the Green Bay Packers. Terrell Owens (San Francisco 49ers) broke the record with 20 catches for 283 yards and a touchdown against the Chicago Bears on December 17, 2000. 1961 - George Blanda (Houston Oilers) kicked a 55-yard field goal. 1968 - The rules committee of Major League Baseball (MLB) announced that in 1969 the pitcher's mound would be lowered from 15 to 10 inches. This was done in order to "get more batting action." The strike zone was also reduced from the knees to the shoulders to the top of the knees to the armpits. 1988 - Barry Sanders of Oklahoma State University won the Heisman Trophy. 1991 - Hulk Hogan won his fourth WWF championship when he defeated Undertaker. 1994 - Greg LeMond announced that he was retiring. He was a three-time winner of the Tour de France.
Using the comprehensive databases of both Pro Football Talk and the San Diego Union Tribune, here's a list of 27 players who were arrested during the 2014 off-season: Michael Boley, New York Giants (Feb. 8): Arrested for child abuse in Alabama. Da'Quan Bowers, Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Feb. 18): Arrested for having a gun in his luggage at LaGuardia Airport, charges later reduced to disorderly conduct. Al Netter, San Francisco 49ers (Feb. 22): Arrested for DUI in California. Desmond Bryant, Cleveland Browns (Feb. 24): Arrested for criminal mischief in Miami. J'Marcus Webb, Chicago Bears (Feb. 24): Arrested for marijuana possession in Illinois, charges dropped. Javarris Lee, Arizona Cardinals (March 7): Arrested for failing to appear in court in Florida. Quinton Carter, Denver Broncos (March 9): Arrested for allegedly cheating at craps at a Vegas casino, case dismissed. Cody Grimm, Tampa Bay Buccaneers (March 10 and May 28): Arrested for public intoxication in Virginia twice. Evan Rodriguez, Chicago Bears (Marc ...
Thanksgiving is upon us, which means...Thanksgiving Day Football! There will be 3 games played. Chicago Bears vs. Detroit Lions Philadelphia Eagles vs. Dallas Cowboys Seattle Seahawks vs. San Francisco 49ers So let's have some fun with it. Guess the winner and score of each game. One entry per person. Whoever is closest to the final score of each game, will win a little something. Just pay 8 bucks for shipping. If one person wins all 3 games, I will cook up something special for you! To enter, only make one post with your 3 guesses(the winner and score for each game) and include a photo from one of your tanks(full tank shot, single fish, shrimp, etc.). Winner(s) will be announced Thursday evening after the final game ends. Good Luck!
Hey guys, It's time for my Special Report: The Eagles and Cowboys have done it again The Eagles - Undefeated @ home The Cowboys - Undefeated on the road The Eagles def. the Tennessee Titans 43-24 to remain undefeated @ home while the Cowboys have once again SLAYED those GIANTS with a score of 34-31 when Tony Romo threw the game winning touchdown to Dez Bryant and as a result, the Cowboys still remain the only team that is undefeated on the road and as for the Redskins, they have once again fell victim to the San Francisco 49ers with a score of 13-17 Next Week, we will begin Week and that'll be on Thanksgiving Day and on that special note: 3 Games will be on Thanksgiving Day and they are all NFC Conference Games The NFL on CBS will see an NFC North Division Match-Up as the Detroit Lions who had their 1st win last year on Thanksgiving Day in 10 years against their Division Rival Green Bay Packers will host the Chicago Bears in Detroit Then, the NFL on FOX will have America's Team the Dallas Cowboys hosting ...
VegasInsider.com has released the latest odds for each NFL team winning the Super Bowl and there is a new favorite. The Green Bay Pakers are now the oddsmaker's choice to win it all. The Packers (4/1) boast the best odds after winning six of their last seven games. The Patriots (9/2) trail right behind. The Denver Broncos (11/2), Philadelphia Eagles (22/1), and Detroit Lions (30/1) saw their chances dip after losses. The Arizona Cardinals began the season with 65/1 odds and are trying to be the first NFL team to host a Super Bowl in their own stadium. They continue to win and have the NFL's best record at 9-1, but Vegas isn't completely sold on them, leaving the Cardinals at 10/1 odds. Below is the full list of updated odds provided by Sportsbook.ag. Green Bay Packers 4/1 New England Patriots 9/2 Denver Broncos 11/2 Arizona Cardinals 10/1 San Francisco 49ers 14/1 Dallas Cowboys 18/1 Indianapolis Colts 18/1 Kansas City Chiefs 18/1 Seattle Seahawks 18/1 Philadelphia Eagles 22/1 Detroit Lions 30/1 Pittsburgh ...
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Colin Kaepernick was able to get his fine for unsportsmanlike conduct reduced by half on appeal after there was no evidence that the San Francisco 49ers quarterback had used a racial slur, Fox Sports 1 NFL insider Mike Garafolo reports. Last month, the NFL fined Kaepernick $11,025 for what an official deemed "inappropriate language" toward Chicago Bears defensive end Lamarr Houston… [ 134 more words. ]
San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick has reportedly been fined for using the N-word during last week's game against the Chicago Bears.
Ok I have a question. I was reading an article (for those that know me that is a miracle in itself) :) and it was about Colin Kaepernick, the quarterback for the San Francisco 49ers saying a racial slur to a player from the Chicago Bears. This is just for curiosity reasons and am not meaning for this to be a debate, but, if you are of same race is it technically a racial slur? I know he is of mixed race and the other gentlemen is african-american but should he be fined the $11,000 for the racial slur? When I worked at my old job I actually had a chat with someone and he said that it's ok for him to say the "N" but not for me. First of all, I would NEVER say that word, it's an awful word. But why a double standard so to speak? Just curious.
Following a terrific come from behind win against the San Francisco 49ers, the Chicago Bears are still hobbling. Brandon Marshall and Alshon Jeffery were both questionable for the game and both ended up playing. They are both, however, still listed on the week three injury report. /...
San Francisco 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh told reporters on Monday that the crowd at new Levi's Stadium "could be improved" after the team's home opener loss to the Chicago Bears.
Kyle Fuller records 4 Tackles, 2 Pass Defences, and 2 INT's as the Chicago Bears defeat the San Francisco 49ers 28-20.
Chicago Bears cornerback Kyle Fuller intercepts San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick for the second time.
All week, Brandon Marshall stayed optimistic that his bum ankle would heal enough to let him play against the San Francisco 49ers. It took every big play he and Jay Cutler could muster down the stretch to rally the Chicago Bears back from 17 points down and stun the Niners 28-20 on Sunday night to s…
Quarterback Jay Cutler tossed three touchdowns in a fourth-quarter rally to beat the San Francisco 49ers and just maybe salvage the Chicago Bears season.
Yellow was the most prominent color featured on the field during the Chicago Bears' 28-20 victory over the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday Night Football. The referees threw 26 flags in four quarters of action. Yes, you read that right: There were 26 penalties called on a nationally televised...
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Second interception for former CB Kyle Fuller. Having a big game against San Francisco for the Chicago Bears.
Wow. Brandon Marshall again. Chicago Bears extend their lead over the San Francisco 49ers 28-20. The Niners are running out of time to wake up,
UH oh. Another Kap interception gives the Chicago Bears a short field and another TD pass. The Bears now LEAD the San Francisco 49ers 21-20. Still plenty of time left though.
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San Francisco 49ers defense finally gets exposed and the Chicago Bears march down the field and finish it off wit ha TD pass to Brandon Marshall. Bears have closed the gap and the Niners lead 20-14 early in the 4th.
Brandon Marshall , your submission for catch of the year has been accepted. The Chicago Bears receiver made an unbelievable one-handed touchdown catch in the final minute of the first half of Sunday night's game against the San Francisco 49ers...
Chicago Bears 7 San Francisco 49ers 17 at the half! Marshall ends the half with a sweet one handed catch!
Welcome to the live blog for the San Francisco 49ers week 2 game against the Chicago Bears. I will be updating with information leading up to and throughout the game. 3:48 - It looks like the turf ma
A couple plays after Jay Cutler takes a helmet in the sternum, he connects with Brandon Marshall on a one-handed touchdown catch. Chicago Bears 7 San Francisco 49ers 17 Third quarter coming up... Stay tuned.
The Chicago Bears with a drive before halftime extended by penalties (of course) and capped off with an incredible one-handed grab by Brandon Marshall. Bears have some life but the San Francisco 49ers still lead 17-7.
today football officially starts... my predictions for today New Orleans Saints over Atlanta Falcons by 14 Minnesota Vikings over Saint Louis Rams by 10 Cleveland Browns over Steleers yes a surprise by 9 Philadephia Eagles over Jaguar by 14 New York Jets over The Oakland Raiders by 7 Cincinnati Bengals over Baltimore Ravensby7 Buffalo Bills over Chicago Bears by10 Houston Texans over Washington Redskinsby 6 The Kansas City Chiefs over Tennessee Titansby 21 New England Patriots over Miami Dolphins by 14 Tampa Bay Buccaneers over Carolina Panthers by 9 Dallas Cowboys over San Francisco 49ers by 10 Denver Broncos over Indiana colts by 14 my packers already lost i had them winning but they lost
Tomorrows NFL Preseason games Atlanta Falcons at Jacksonville Jaguars at 6:00 Indianapolis Colts at Cincinnati Bengals at 7:00 Kansas City Chiefs at Green Bay Packers at 7:00 Detroit Lions at Buffalo Bills at 7:00 New York Jets at Philadelphia Eagles at 7:00 on the NFL Network St.Louis Rams at Miami Dolphins at 7:00 Carolina Panthers at Pittsburgh Steelers at 7:30 New England Patriots at New York Giants at 7:30 Washington Redskins at Tampa Bay Buccaneers at 7:30 San Francisco 49ers at Houston Texans at at 8:00 Baltimore Ravens at New Orleans Saints at 8:00 Minnesota Vikings at Tennessee Titans at 8:00 Chicago Bears at Cleveland Browns at 8:00 Denver Broncos at Dallas Cowboys at 8:00 Seattle Seahawks at Oakland Raiders at 10:00 on NFL Network Arizona Cardinals at San Diego Chargers at 10:00
This Day in History On May 27 1907 The Bubonic Plague broke out in San Francisco. 1937 The Golden Gate Bridge was opened to the public. 1968 After 48 years as coach of the Chicago Bears, George Halas retired. 1969 Construction of Walt Disney World began in Florida. 1977 George H. Willig was fined for scaling the World Trade Center in New York on May 26th. He was fined $1.10. 1985 In Beijing, representatives of Britain and China exchanged instruments of ratification on the pact returning Hong Kong to the Chinese in 1997. 1995 In Charlottesville, VA, Christopher Reeve was paralyzed after being thrown from his horse during a jumping event. 1997 The U.S. Supreme Court ruled that the sexual harassment suit filed by Paula Jones could continue while President Clinton was in office. 1998 Michael Fortier was sentenced to 12 years in prison for not warning anyone about the plot to bomb an Oklahoma City federal building.
Jim McMahon, other retired football players, say NFL illegally supplied drugs A group of retired NFL players sued the NFL on Tuesday, claiming the league illegally supplied them with painkillers and narcotics designed to numb injuries. Those drugs, the players allege, caused medical issues later in their lives. The lawsuit, which seeks class-action status, was obtained by the Associated Press and names eight different players as plaintiffs, incluing three members of the 1985 Chicago Bears. Hall of Fame defensive end Richard Dent, quarterback Jim McMahon and offensive lineman Keith Van Horne were the Bears named in the lawsuit, which was filed Tuesday in U.S. District Court in San Francisco. McMahon in particular alleges he suffered a broken neck and broken ankle but was given painkillers to play through the injuries, which he says team doctors never told him about. McMahon also alleges he became addicted to painkillers, at one point taking more than 100 Percocet per month, even during the offseason. Six o ...
Thanksgiving Day games: Chicago Bears at Detroit Lions on CBS, Philadelphia Eagles at Dallas Cowboys on FOX, Seattle Seahawks at San Francisco 49ers on NBC.
Anyone want to go see the first game Levi's Stadium? Chicago Bears @ San Francisco 49ers
The California road trip has just jumped up a notch! Chicago Bears @ The 49ers while we pass through San Francisco! Buzzing!!!
Richie Incognito remains a free agent and with Jonathan Martin traded to the San Francisco 49ers, the offensive lineman is hoping for a return to the Miami Dolphins, while teams like the Oakland Raiders, Dallas Cowboys, Seattle Seahawks, Chicago Bears and Detroit Lions could be options in free agenc...
Model Call!!! Attention parents in the Navarre, Mary Esther, Fort Walton Beach, Gulf Breeze, and Pensacola area:: Nichole Waters Photography & Julie's Little Cutie Tutus are teaming up and are looking for one little girl for each team you see below to model a tutu!! Tutu's will be provided by Julie's Little Cutie Tutus to you for participating in the photo-shoot! We are needing little girls that are 4 or 5 years old to participate only. Each little girl will have to already own a jersey to wear for the shoot. I will have more information for those who will be participating. TEAMS: NFC-NORTH *Pittsburgh Steelers - SPOT FILLED *Green Bay Packers - SPOT FILLED *Chicago Bears - SPOT FILLED *Detroit Lions - SPOT FILLED NFC-SOUTH *New Orleans Saints - SPOT FILLED *Indianapolis Colts - SPOT FILLED *Tampa Bay Buccaneer - SPOT FILLED *Houston Texans - SPOT FILLED NFC-EAST *New York Giants *Dallas Cowboys - SPOT FILLED *Washington Redskins - SPOT FILLED *Miami Dolphins - SPOT FILLED NFC-WEST *San Francisco 49ers .. ...
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I dedicate this photo to Tim Ryan, formerly of the Chicago Bears, formerly of Fox Sports, currently the new San Francisco 49ers colorman for KNBR-AM. (h/t Michael Johnson)
Image of the Day Moving Day Tuesday was a busy day across the NFL as teams began signing Free Agents as the new league year began. For some teams it was making the difficult decision to clear up cap space by cutting longtime star players. This happened in Dallas as the Cowboys cut DeMarcus Ware, while the Chicago Bears said good bye to Julius Peppers. Meanwhile the Jonathan Martin saga ended in Miami as the Dolphins traded the troubled tackle to the San Francisco 49ers. The Dolphins also made perhaps the biggest move of day one, rebuilding their tattered offensive line by signing All-Pro Tackle Branden Albert. Also landing in new cities was Safety Jarius Byrd who signed with the New Orleans Saints, while Vontae Davis stayed put signing a four year deal with the Indianapolis Colts.
49ers tiene el 4to calendario más difícil para la temporada 2014. The 49ers road back to the playoffs will be a treacherous one, yes, but it's one they have traveled before. San Francisco will advance through the fourth-hardest schedule in the NFL, based on their 2014 opponents' '13 records. This is after overcoming the fifth-hardest slate of games this past season. Jim Harbaugh and Co. will oppose teams that won their divisions this past season: the Seattle Seahawks (13-3), the Denver Broncos (13-3) and the Philadelphia Eagles (10-6). They will also face second-place squads in the Chicago Bears (8-8), the Dallas Cowboys (8-8) and New Orleans Saints (11-5) as well as the Kansas City Chiefs (11-5). Team – Opponent Winning Percentage in 2014 1. Oakland Raiders – .578 2. Denver Broncos – .570 3. St. Louis Rams – .564 4. San Diego Chargers – .563 4. San Francisco 49ers – .563 6. Seattle Seahawks – .561 7. Kansas City Chiefs – .559 8. Arizona Cardinals – .547 9. New York Jets – .520 10. N ...
Yesterday's Super Bowl, in which the Seattle Seahawks defeated the Denver Broncos 43-8, was not the most lopsided Super Bowl ever. That honor belongs to the 1990 edition, which the Broncos also lost—then to the San Francisco 49ers 55-10 (four years earlier the Chicago Bears defeated the New England Patriots 46-10 in the second-most lopsided championship). Nor were the Broncos the lowest-scoring Super Bowl loser ever: five teams scored just seven points and one, the hapless Minnesota Vikings in 1975, scored just six. But the Seahawks scored faster than any team previously had. They held the lead for all but the game's first twelve seconds, when a bad snap flew past Peyton Manning, Denver's quarterback, and into the back of the Broncos' end zone, where Knowshon Moreno was tackled for a safety. They had 36 points before Denver scored their first touchdown.
Wow that was fast the opponents have been set for the 2014 NFL schedule even though it won't be officially announced until April I'm excited already. Chicago Bears home games: Detroit, GreenBay, Minnesota, New Orleans, Dallas, Buffalo and Miami and away games: Detroit, GreenBay, Minnesota, Atlanta, Carolina, San Francisco, New England and New York Jets. So Denise N. Franklin I see about 3 games I am definitely attending out of state!
SHOUT OUT! ...to union member Aaron Rodgers (NFL Players Association, Green Bay) and fellow member Randall Cobb. Aaron and Randall teamed up for the game winning pass making the Green Bay Packers NFC North Divisional Champions. Additional shout out to NFLPA member Sam Shields for his interception on the last play of Sunday's game...helping clinch the victory over the Chicago Bears. NFLPA members from the San Francisco local will be traveling to Green Bay, Sunday January 5, 2014, for the Wild Card game.
Today In Sports History: December 17, 2000: Terrell Owens makes record-breaking 20 catches. On December 17, 2000, during a 17-0 victory by the San Francisco 49ers over the Chicago Bears, San Francisco’s wide receiver Terrell Owens sets a new league record of 20 catches in a single game. Drafted by the 49ers in the third round of the 1996 NFL draft, Owens was thrilled to join his hero, Jerry Rice. During his college career at the University of Tennessee in Chattanooga, he had worn Rice’s number (80). Early in the 1997 season, when Rice tore his ACL, Owens stepped up and became a star performer for the 49ers, grabbing 60 receptions for 936 yards and eight touchdowns over the season. The 2000 season was also a losing season for San Francisco, though there were several saving graces. Rice continued to impress in what would be his final season with the 49ers, and was given a number of standing ovations during the 49ers’ shut-out of the Bears in San Francisco on December 17, Rice’s last appearance in hi ...
NFL Network Sunday December 15th 7am: NFL GameDay First Host: Melissa Stark Co-Host/Analyst: Sterling Sharpe Analyst: Shaun O’Hara Guest Analyst: Charley Casserly Featured this week on NFL GameDay First: •First Focus – Decision time for quarterbacks •The Washington Redskins’ decision to bench quarterback Robert Griffin III •The Chicago Bears and Green Bay Packers settle on who will be their starting quarterbacks for Week 15 •Front Office View •Jay Cutler’s future in Chicago •The Washington Redskins’ game plan for their quarterbacks •The Week That Was •A look back at all the wild finishes and wacky weather from Week 14 •Which playoff contender is best built to win in bad weather? •Who will win the NFC East – the Philadelphia Eagles or Dallas Cowboys? •Will the Chicago Bears catch the Detroit Lions in the NFC North? •Who would be the more dangerous Wild Card team in the NFC – the Carolina Panthers or San Francisco 49ers? •How will the New England Patriots compensate f ...
3 Rams with cleared to play against 49ers (Yahoo Sports) - Running back Zac Stacy, one of three Rams players who left Sunday's 42-21 win over the Chicago Bears with concussion-like symptoms, has been cleared to play at San Francisco on Sunday. Cornerback Trumaine Johnson and left guard Chris Williams also were sidelined with blows to the head, but will be available against the 49ers. All three returned to practice in a limited role Thursday, then were full participant...
Rams | No definitive update on Zac Stacy - The St. Louis Rams provided no definitive update on RB Zac Stacy (concussion), who suffered a head injury in the Week 12 game against the Chicago Bears. Head coach Jeff Fisher said Monday, Nov. 25, that Stacy, and CB Trumaine Johnson (head) and OG Chris Williams (head), will each be monitored this week before any determination is made on their availability for the Week 13 game against the San Francisco 49ers. 'We have a series ...
Week 11: A lot to weather ESPN: November 17, 2013 Weather played a major factor in Week 11. Wind gusts of up to 30 miles an hour affected the throwing of New York Jets quarterback Geno Smith in a 37-14 loss to the Buffalo Bills. It was unseasonably warm in Cincinnati, but storm warnings in Kentucky were on the horizon in the Bengals' 41-20 win over the Cleveland Browns. Thunderstorms didn't affect Ben Roethlisberger and Matthew Stafford -- they combined for 729 passing yards and six touchdowns -- but the wet weather made the Lions' decision to go for a fourth-quarter fake field goal easy to question. Detroit lost to Pittsburgh, 37-27. And then there was perhaps the windiest game in recent memory in the Windy City of Chicago. Winds reached more than 40 miles per hour. Lightning and tornado warnings forced Solider Field officials to evacuate the stadium bowl, causing a one-hour, 53-minute delay in what would be a 23-20 overtime victory for the Chicago Bears over the Baltimore Ravens. Conditions were so bad ...
I'd like to know what people think about this Redskins controversy. Bob Costas (whom I like because he will express his opinion regardless of what people think) says the name is an insult - a racial slur. This keeps coming up, but not just for the Redskins. Years ago there were American Indians protesting the Braves. I don't think they ever protested the Blackhawks, possibly because when they heard the name they thought it was "Black *** instead. I think we should change the name, but don't stop there - there are some other offensive names. Since I am from Texas I am offended by the Dallas Cowboys. I have worn Cowboy boots on at least one occasion so I am outraged. Then what about these teams named after animals? We need to ask bears if they're insulted by the Chicago Bears. We need to find a lake and ask it if it's offended by The Los Angeles Lakers. We need to ask Yao Ming if he's insulted by the San Francisco Giants. We need to ask Dumbledore if he's insulted by The Washington Wizards. We need to f ...
*le drool* San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick. *le sigh* C'mon, Chicago Bears, you need to step up your game and get some fine meat like this on your team.I feel like I'm cheating on you by blatantly lusting after this hunky-hunk-hunk.
MY WEEK 4 NFL PREDICTIONS! San Francisco 49ers vs St. Louis Rams: 49ers Win Analysis: The 49ers return to form. Frank Gore has a big day on the ground, a week after the Rams defense allowed DeMarco Murray to rush for over 170 yards. Baltimore Ravens vs Buffalo Bills: Ravens Win Analysis: Bills defense got torn apart by Jets RB Bilal Powell last week. Ray Rice & Bernard Pierce will do the same. The Ravens defense hasn't allowed a TD since Week 1. Cincinnati Bengals vs The Official Cleveland Browns: Bengals Win Analysis: The Browns deserve a ton of credit for last weeks win. It was LAST WEEK though. I really like the Browns offense. Josh Gordon and Jordan Cameron appear to be huge weapons in the passing game. They are building blocks for the future. Chicago Bears vs Detroit Lions: Bears Win Analysis: The Lions defense has not been very good this season. I don't see anybody on their team who can cover Brandon Marshall. Also, Jay Cutler and Alshon Jeffrey seemed to be on the same page last week. I expect Ma . ...
NFL power rankings week 3 all though there are lots of these on the net some sites having the saint or 3 i think this one is accurate in my opinion. 1. Denver Broncos (3-0): Beating Oakland isn't the greatest accomplishment, but Denver makes it look so easy. (LW: 1) 2. Seattle Seahawks (3-0): The Seahawks ran over the Jaguars, but who didn't see that coming. Seattle and Denver are essentially 1 and 1a in the rankings. (LW: 2) 3. New England Patriots (3-0): They're not overwhelming anybody, but New England is unbeaten and has room to improve. (LW: 3) 4. New Orleans Saints (3-0): Welcome to the top five, New Orleans. The Saints defense has been revived under Rob Ryan, and it's showing. (LW: 6) 5. Chicago Bears (3-0): Marc Trestman has turned the Bears into an offense-oriented club, but it's their M.O. -- defense -- that is going to help them win in the NFC North. (LW: 7) 6. Baltimore Ravens (2-1): Even without Ray Rice, Baltimore pummeled the Texans at home. (LW: 9 7. San Francisco (1-2): Colin Kaepernick . ...
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Watching ESPN "First Take". They are talking about how Dwight Howard had a lot of pressure on him because of the position he played which is center for the Lakers; due to the history of those played that position before him (ie. George Mikan, Wilt Chamberlain, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, & Shaq O'Neil). That got me thinking what other positions in sports are like that. That are considered hard or stressful because of the history of those who have played it. Here are some I came up with. I would LOVE to hear your opinion. (sorry if I spelled any names wrong) -Middle Linebacker for the Chicago Bears (Butkis, Singletary, Urlacker) -Quarterback for Dallas Cowboys (Staubach, Aikman) -Quarterback for San Francisco 49ers (Montana, Young) -Center for Los Angeles Lakers (see above) -Outfield for the Yankees (Maris, Mantle, Ruth) Your turn. Embrace debate!
These are the Green Bay Packers opponent for the 2013/2014 season. Im specailly excited about them play the Cowboys at Dallas. thats going to be exciting. It will be glorious when they beat the cowboys. I cant wait. 100 dollar bet already on the line. IM CALLING IT RIGHT NOW, IF THE PACKERS BEAT THE COWBOYS I WILL BE GETTING A PACKERS TATTOO. Im going to use the 100 dollars im going to win to do it too! HOME: Chicago Bears, Detroit Lions, Minnesota Vikings, Atlanta Falcons, Cleveland Browns, Philadelphia Eagles, Pittsburgh Steelers, Washington Redskins AWAY: Chicago Bears, Detroit Lions, Minnesota Vikings, Baltimore Ravens, Cincinnati Bengals, Dallas Cowboys, New York Giants, San Francisco 49ers
Elliot Harrison of NFL.com on the Alex Smith trade Kansas City's paying way too steep a price I think the Chiefs are making a mistake. The price is too high (especially if the conditional pick ends up being another second-rounder, as some initial reports have stated). We have a catalogue on Alex Smith, and it's not impressive. Sure, he had a nice completion percentage (70.2) in 2012. You'll hear that stat touted, as well as his 104.1 passer rating last season. He did well with Jim Harbaugh in San Francisco. Nonetheless, Smith's career numbers are far less gaudy -- as in, not gaudy at all. He's a career sub-60 percent passer who, even with last season's 100-plus figure, owns a career passer rating south of 80. His best years (by far) came under Harbaugh. But guess who won't be going to Kansas City with him? When the Chicago Bears sent two picks (third rounders) to the Miami Dolphins for Brandon Marshall, it made sense, not only because the Bears needed him, but also because of the catalogue we had on Marsh ...
@ THE hAVENBOWL the Pittsburgh Steelers tied up with the Kansas City Chiefs in the 3rd Quarter... after some most excellent runs from both teams, the Chiefs were shut down in the 4th Quarter... in the end though, the Steelers won 21 to 14. In the AFC, the Miami Dolphins , (the # 3 Seed) vie against the # 2, Tennessee Titans. The New England Patriots, the # 1 Seed versus the Pittsburgh Steelers, # 4, in the Elimination Round. In the NFC, the Washington Redskins face the San Francisco 49ers, while the Chicago Bears, (the # 1 Seed) battle the # 6 Seed, the New Orlean Saints.
God Knows, God Understands, God Changes Everything... Reflections on Super Bowl 47 by Dan Wolgemuth on February 8, 2013 And the King will answer them, ‘Truly, I say to you, as you did it to one of the least of these my brothers, you did it to me.’ (Matthew 25:40) Over 100 million people tuned into the football game between San Francisco and Baltimore last Sunday. I joined the throng. I have enjoyed this game over the years without any deep loyalties or bias (the clear exception was 1985 when the Chicago Bears played). But over the years there has been a growing discomfort with the incredible spectacle that the event, the personalities and the promotion have become. The massive audience has created an advertising showcase that seems to have raised the curtain on discretion and propriety. There is a crassness to the event that makes it difficult to sit through, especially with kids and grandkids and guests. But then there is another obvious challenge to my biblical commitment. Stardom. Celebrity. ...
It's 73 degrees on Super Bowl Sunday, just cracked open my first beer - a St. Arnold's Lawnmower Ale (Texas craft beer) poured into a Goose Island (Chicago) Pint Glass, want to root for the Raven's but I think Ray Lewis wants us to forget he murdered someone 13 years ago and got it way with it, so I am going to root for guy born in Milwaukee covered in Bible verse tatoos , playing in the "gayest" city in this fair Land - San Francisco coached by a former Chicago Bears quarterback. One word: MURICA!
ELROY'S EXAM ANSWER: Four! The San Francisco 49ers won Super Bowl XVI (1981), Super Bowl XIX (1984), Super Bowl XXIII (1988), and Super Bowl XXIV (1989). This impressive string of championships earned them the title "Team of the 80s." They would also go on to win Super Bowl XXIX (1994), making them the first team in NFL history to win five Super Bowls. The Super Bowl teams were led by Hall of Famers Joe Montana, Jerry Rice, Ronnie Lott, Steve Young, and coach Bill Walsh. With five Super Bowl wins, in 2012 the 49ers are tied with the Dallas Cowboys for the second-most Super Bowl wins. Including 2012, the Pittsburgh Steelers are in first place with six Super Bowl wins; however, the Green Bay Packers, Chicago Bears and New York Giants have more total NFL league championships. The 49ers remain the only team in NFL history to appear in more than one Super Bowl without ever losing. LET'S GO 49ERS!!
For the last time...the team with the most NFL Championships with THIRTEEN is Green Bay!! It's not San Francisco's 5, Pittsburgh's 6, or Dallas with 5. Number one is Green Bay's 13, number two is Chicago Bears with 9, and then the New York Giants with 8. Quit misinforming folks!!
So far my theory that Better Passer Plus Better Receivers = Play Off Victory has left me with a 3-1 record (Seattle beats Washington, Green Bay defeats Minnesota, and the ATL FALCOLNS WITH THE DRIVE OF THE AGES THWARTS A GALLANT EFFORT BY THE Seattle Seahawks FOR THE GREATEST ATL VICTORY OF ALL TIME! Let's remember that drive. With 25 SECONDS left on the FALCON 28 Matt nails Harry Douglas for 22 YARDS to the middle of the field. With 19 seconds left THE ICE MAN notices that Tony Gonzalez is being guarded by Bobby Wagner instead of Kam Chancellor and hits Gonzalez perfectly for a gain of 19. This sets up Bryant's 49 YARD FIELD GOAL! Who does this? Nobody else! Who doe this? Nobody else? I like that as a cheer. How about you? I recall when Ryan and ATL did this in similar fashion against the Chicago Bears at home. So now that leaves San Francisco using a very impressive second string running quarterback Colin Kaeprenick . If you look at his record at Nevada this guy was the steal of the century. Nobody thou ...
Matthew Andrew Cavanaugh (born October 27, 1956) is a former American football quarterback in the NFL who played from 1978 to 1991. In the course of his career as a professional football player, he earned two Super Bowl Rings. Since his retirement, Cavanaugh has worked as an offensive coach and coordinator, for teams including the San Francisco 49ers, the Chicago Bears, and the Baltimore Ravens, where he earned a third Super Bowl Ring as a coach
I think everybody puts too much into Sports History, especially since a team's players change all the time, BUT FWIW, this is from Jeff Schultz in the AJC. San Francisco hasn’t won a road playoff game (non-Super Bowl) since the 1988 season, when Joe Montana led them to a 28-3 win over the Chicago Bears at Soldier Field. . that 24-year period covers five San Francisco playoff losses: at Dallas (38-21) in 1993, at Green Bay (35-14) in 1996, at the Falcons (20-18) in 1998, at Green Bay (25-15) in 2001 and at Tampa Bay (31-6) in 2002
I love Singletary, but didn't he have a breakdown while coaching San Francisco? Be very careful, Black people. THAT is throwing a rock and hiding your hand. They know *** well that they will not hire Mike Singletary, a Black DEFENSIVE coach who had a meltdown on the sidelines, to coach the Chicago Bears. Mr. Emery, did you need a Chicago, high profile Black guy that you could not possibly hire due to the fact that you fired Lovie? We all ain't that stupid, you know.
2013 schedule: "...will not be released until the spring. But the Redskins know that they will host the Cowboys, New York Giants, Philadelphia Eagles, Chicago Bears, Detroit Lions, San Francisco 49ers, Kansas City Chiefs and San Diego Chargers. The Redskins also will play road games against the Denver Broncos, whom Shanahan coached from 1995-2008, the Minnesota Vikings, Atlanta Falcons, Oakland Raiders, Green Bay Packers and at Dallas, Philadelphia and New York."
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*** Free Play, 12/22/12, Atlants Falcons *** The Atlanta Falcons bounced back from a 10-point road loss to Carolina in a big way as Mike Smith and his team silenced its critics with last week’s 34-0 clubbing of the Giants at the Ga. Dome. The Falcons ran more than they passed for just the second time this season, gaining 125 yards on 35 carries - not including three kneel-downs by their quarterbacks - while attempting just 28 passes. The Falcons, who host Tampa Bay Next Weekend, need one win to secure home-field advantage but also can clinch the No. 1 seed with a Green Bay loss or tie and San Francisco defeat. Regardless, Atlanta would feel more comfortable entering the playoffs on a three-game winning streak. The Falcons are wrapping up the road portion of their regular season but have lost two of their last three away from home. After winning 10 games last season, Detroit will be hard-pressed to record half as many victories this campaign. After facing Atlanta, the Lions host the Chicago Bears, wh ...
The Week 15 Game of the Week is going to be a little bit different this week. There are 5 pretty great games out there and hard to choose just one. What we are going to offer this week only are multiple games. The prize is $130 and again the exact result still needs to be guessed to win. However, you can only choose one of the five games to pick and guess, so choose the most confident. We could have multiple winners or a carry over but it should be fun! The five to choose from: Indianapolis Colts vs Houston Texans. - Denver Broncos vs Baltimore Ravens. - Green Bay Packers vs Chicago Bears. - New York Giants vs Atlanta Falcons. - San Francisco 49ers vs New England Patriots. Predictions will close 5 minutes prior to each game and same rules apply. Again, only one pick per person will count. Good Luck!
The Chicago Bears and Bulls won this weekend and shout out to Miami Heat, Brooklyn Nets, San Francisco 49ers, and Notre Dame winning their game.
After Monday nights beat down of the Chicago Bears on Monday Night Football , the only thing anyone could talk about is San Francisco's quarterback controversy. Yet, today's game proved to be about the 49ers' biggest weapon, their defense...
These are all my NFL predication picks for week 12 of this 2012 season: *Bye weeks for all 32 teams are over* Chicago Bears over Minnesota Vikings: 24-21 Cincinnati Bengals over Oakland Raiders: 28-14 Pittsburgh Steelers over Cleveland Browns: 17-14 Indianapolis Colts over Buffalo Bills: 32-24 Denver Broncos over Kansas City Chiefs: 31-12 Seattle Seahawks over Miami Dolphins: 28-21 Tampa Bay Buccaneers over Atlanta Falcons: 35-27 Jacksonville Jaguars over Tennessee Titans: 25-22 Baltimore Ravens over San Diego Chargers: 23-19 New Orleans Saints over San Francisco 49ers: 31-23 Arizona Cardinals over St. Louis Rams: 24-21 Green Bay Packers over New York Giants: 38-31 Carolina Panthers over Philadelphia Eagles: 31-16 My record was 10-4 for week 11 of this 2012 NFL season:) If you have any questions about my NFL picks just asked and I will answer them for you:)
Not long til NFL Sunday Live on Sky Sports 2. First up the Chicago Bears @ Minnesota Vikings followed by the San Francisco 49ers @ New Orleans Saints. Press the red button for Redzone.
Status of Bears QB Jay Cutler remains uncertain Eagles' Vick, McCoy out vs. Panthers Vikings WR Harvin ruled out vs. Bears NFL to immediately look at replay rule 49ers' Harbaugh yet to name starting QB Bears' Smith optimistic Cutler can play Browns cancel white-flag giveaway Ryan: Injured Tebow could've played Polamalu doubtful, WR Brown questionable Falcons' Weatherspoon, Samuel practice Chargers place LT Gaither on IR LAKE FOREST, Ill. (AP) The status of Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler going into the weekend remains uncertain because of a concussion, although coach Lovie Smith said Friday he is optimistic about Cutler's return. Cutler, who missed Monday night's 32-7 loss to the San Francisco 49ers, is listed as questionable against the Minnesota Vikings. Whether he plays in Sunday's game at Soldier Field hinges on passing a test from an independent neurologist Saturday. It's possible Cutler's injury report status could change before the game. "He's looking better," Smith said of Cutler after Friday ...
Steve Young knows a thing or two about 49ers quarterback controversies and he saw another one brewing in San Francisco after Colin Kaepernick impressed in a 32-7 win over the Chicago Bears. Starting in place of Alex Smith, who missed the "Monday Night Football" tilt with a concussion, Kaepernick pla...
Congratulations to San Francisco 49ers with improved record of 7-2-1 after defeating the Chicago Bears with a 7-3 record. We are convinced that the Bears will bounce back after the loss on Sunday when Minnesota Vikings visit Soldier Field.
The Green Bay Packers are the current favorite to represent the NFC in Super Bowl 47. It’s not the Atlanta Falcons , San Francisco 49ers , New York Giants or Chicago Bears , but the Green Bay Packers that are the class of the conference...
As good as Colin Kaepernick was in the San Francisco 49ers' win over the Chicago Bears, Alex Smith is the 49ers' starting quarterback and should remain so for the rest of the 2012 NFL season...
San Francisco 49ers overwhelm Chicago Bears | NFL: Colin Kaepernick passed for 243 yards and two touchdowns in h...
With Alex Smith sidelined by a week-old concussion, San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick engineered a 32-7 home rout of the Chicago Bears; Aldon Smith led the defense with five sacks.
The Chicago Bears must really suck because the San Francisco 49ers beats Chicago 32-7 tonight on Monday Night Football. Minnesota Vikings are a game behind the Chicago Bears and the hated Green Bay Packers.
Enjoying watching San Francisco 49ers Aldon Smith & Justin Smith (both former Missouri Tigers) whoop up on the Chicago Bears!!
Playing some pool and drinking some $4 Margaritas and $4 Bacardi Mojitos waiting for Alshon Jeffery and the Chicago Bears take on Alex Smith and the San Francisco 49ers on Monday Night Football with many others and
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DETROIT—The Green Bay Packers are getting hot at the right time of the season. Following Sunday’s dramatic, 24-20, come-from-behind win over the Detroit Lions, the Packers will move into a first-place tie with the Chicago Bears if the Bears lose in San Francisco on Monday night. It would be the icing on a five-game winning streak that has brought the Packers back from the ice-cold depths of 2-3 to become one of the league’s hottest teams at 7-3. “Good teams win these kinds of games,” Head Coach Mike McCarthy said. “I thought we grew as a team. It’s about winning and it’s about growing. I thought we did both.” The Packers grew at just the right time on Sunday. They began a drive at their 18-yard line with 4:25 to play and trailing the Lions, 20-14. All of a sudden, an offense that had spent most of the day stalled, shifted into high gear. Aaron Rodgers threw a short pass to Jermichael Finley that Finley turned into a 40-yard gain. Three plays later, Rodgers pitched a 22-yard game-winner t ...
Monday Night Football the Chicago Bears take on the San Francisco 49ers from Candlestick Park. Game time is set for 7:30pm with the pregame show beginning at 6:30pm with Will Palaszczuk and Thom Griffin with the play by play.
The Chicago Bears announced they are shutting down Jay Cutler this week meaning Jason Campbell will start at quarterback Monday night at San Francisco.
For a very short moment after I read that Chicago Bears backup quarterback Jason Campbell was starting Monday in San Francisco, my first thought was "Not again...
Vikings have a bye this weekend, and if the Chicago Bears lose at San Francisco 49ers Monday, the Minnesota Vikings will be within a game for first in the NFC North. A tie for second in the NFC North will happen if Detroit beats Green Bay.
Ok, this goes out to my Chicago Bears & San Francisco 49er's friends. I have MANY of you both on my page. What does it say about our Quarterbacks that BOTH suffered concussions in games last week, but ONLY 1 is scheduled to start this Monday Night. What does it say about Cutler, who won't be starting and will have Jason Campbell in his place. On the other side we have Alex Smith, who seems to be doing everything in his power to make the start. Does Jay Cutler run away from the big games, sorta like he did 2 seasons ago in the playoffs vs Green Bay while happily sitting on the bench? One interesting way to look at it also might be that some 49ers fans actually WISH that their starting QB sit out and let the back up ( Kaepernick ) start, who from what I heard looked pretty good vs. St. Louis last week. Jason Campbell isn't the worst backup in the league, but still a backup for obvious reasons. Niner / Bears fans... let's hear it...
With concussion awareness at the forefront as the Chicago Bears await word about the availability of quarterback Jay Cutler for Monday night's game at San Francisco, linebacker Brian Urlacher challenged the league's sincerity regarding player safety.
Ballot and comments from AP Pro 32 panel voter Clifton Brown of Sporting News: Week 11 Clifton Brown (Sporting News) 1. Houston Texans -- Tough victory at Soldier Field earns Texans the No. 1 spot. 2. San Francisco 49ers -- If they have to play longer without Alex Smith, they will miss him. 3. Atlanta Falcons -- We knew they were not going undefeated, but they are still very good. 4. Denver Broncos -- The more you see, the more you realize the Broncos are dangerous. 5. Chicago Bears -- Jason Campbell must step up if the Bears have to go without Jay Cutler. 6. New England Patriots -- The defense still needs to improve, but the offense is just fine. 7. Green Bay Packers -- Having Aaron Rodgers makes their injuries easier to deal with. 8. Pittsburgh Steelers -- Big Ben's injury is a big concern. They can only go so far without him. 9. Baltimore Ravens -- Two games vs. Pittsburgh in three weeks could decide AFC North. 10. New Orleans Saints -- If defense can hold up, the offense could carry Saints to playoffs ...
The road to a playoff bye is rarely a smooth one. The top teams in the NFC were reminded of that in Week 10. The Atlanta Falcons, Chicago Bears, San Francisco 49ers, and New York Giants all failed to come away with wins on Sunday. (The 49ers kissed their division sisters.) Concussions suffered by quarterbacks Jay Cutler and Alex Smith loom especially large. We could see a matchup of backups Colin Kaepernick and Jason Campbell on "Monday Night Football" Next Week. With their easy schedule and great play at home, the Falcons can survive their slip-up in New Orleans. The 49ers remain two up in the loss column on Seattle in the NFC West and don't rely on their quarterback play that much. They can live without Smith. The Giants are used to second-half drama. It's what they do. The Bears are the team to worry about most here. They have the Packers coming fast in the rearview mirror and a brutal schedule coming up, with five straight games against winning teams. Chicago relies on Cutler's big arm to overcome ina ...
Congratulations to the Houston Texans for their 13-6 victory over the Chicago Bears on Sunday night at Soldier Field. Best wishes to Jay Cutler as he recovers from concussion. Best of luck against San Francisco 49ers next Monday night
NFL question: The Atlanta Falcons are 8-0 (the combined record for all 8 opponents is 21-36 which includes only Denver as the only team they beat that is over .500). If they have to play the N.Y. Giants, San Francisco 49ers, Green Bay Packers, or the Chicago Bears in the Georgia Dome in the 2nd round of the playoffs would you pick them to win against any of these teams? This question is really for football fans outside of metro Atlanta. We already know what the answer will be from Falcon fans.
Top five NFL teams at this moment for this week. If you agree like. If not, comment. 5. New York Giants 4. Green Bay Packers 3. Chicago Bears 2. Houston Texans 1. Atlanta Falcons (Close sixth, seventh, eighth, and ninth: New England Patriots and Denver Broncos, Baltimore Ravens, and San Francisco 49ers)
Atlanta Falcons 8-0, best in the NFL . . . OK, well, they've beaten just one team with a winning record, the Denver Broncos, back in Week 2. And I love my 7-1 Chicago Bears, but the same is true, one victory over a winning team (the 5-3 Colts), way back in Week 1. The 7-1 Houston Texans did beat the 6-2 Ravens and the 5-3 Broncos but they lost by 18 points to Green Bay. The Bears' only loss was also to the 6-3 Packers, by 13. So, none of the three current kings of the NFL has played the NY Giants, San Francisco, New England or Pittsburgh. Beat those teams and I'll believe that the Falcons, Bears & Texans are for real.
My bad peoples.I found a mistake. My spreadsheet had a mistake in it and didn't add in a win for the 49ers, so let's try this again. Since tomorrow night will not have an impact on my version of the NFL Top 12 then we can start the debate early. 1,2 and 3 should be no-brainers. Starting at I will probably get grief, but keep in mind that the Seahawks have beaten more teams that were in the top 10 when they played them than anyone else on this list. I absolutely can't wait to see battle next Sunday night. 1. Atlanta Falcons 2. Houston Texans 3. Chicago Bears 4. San Francisco 49ers 5. Seattle Seahawks 6. Green Bay Packers 7. Baltimore Ravens 8. New York Giants 9. Denver Broncos 10. Pittsburgh Steelers 11. Indianapolis Colts 12. Minnesota Vikings
What a day off! My Sports Betting card goes 11-1, with the only loss from San Diego's chokefest against Cleveland.would've been up for ten grand! Giants sweep the Tigers, Congratulations to all my Giant fan buddies! On top of that, my Broncos SPANK the Saints 34-14...After their rough start, Denver's coming together!! Dare I say it.Houston vs. Denver in the AFC Championship Game. Calling it now, people. I was right about my World Series picks, so let's try it again: NFC: San Francisco vs. Chicago Bears. Super Bowl: Denver Broncos vs. Chicago Bears.
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My thoughts on this past week 7 in the NFL. I initially thought that whoever won last Thursday's game between Seattle and San Francisco would stand tall amongst the inproved NFC West, but based on the 13-6 SF win and losses by Arizona and St Louis Sunday...this is still a wide open division for the taking.. Those who thought the Packers were going down the tubes after starting 1-3 should take...notice that rumors of their demise are premature after their last two games and that Aaron Rogers is THE Man among NFL QBs... The only reason the Dallas Cowboys (3-3) and their overrated QB Tony Romo aren't 2-4 right now is because they beat the 1-5 Carolina Panthers and their equally overrated QB Cam Newton... The 1-6 Cleveland Browns could easily be 6-1 right now as they've lost five games,none of which were more than 10 points... The Baltimore Ravens lost the heart and soul of their team, LB Ray Lewis , and had the misfortune to pay a visit to the Houston Texans who were thumped by the Packers on their own field ...
Many of you know, but for those who don't, I am a Giants fan. First in New York and then in San Francisco. My first sports memory is my dad being upset that Willie Mays, (the greatest to ever to play the game, and my sports hero then and now) was drafted inthe Army and had to miss part of the 1952 season and all of 1953. I remember his elation at Willie's return to play in 1954 and the World Series victory in 1954. I have been a Giant fan since those times (there was a brief period from August 1972 through the 1973 season when the Giants traded Willie to the Mets that I had a duel allegiance). After Willie's retirement, full time Giants again. The other team my dad rooted for was the Chicago Bears, back in the Rick Casares, Bill George, Eddie Brown days as far back as the 1956 NFL title I remember cheering for the Bears. While other teams have also on the side from time to time been (co-teams) I have always rooted for the Bears. I have cheered and cried through World Series victories in 1954 and 2010, los ...
Week 7 Power Ranking Just think the Dolphins have lost Two games in Over time they could be 5 -1 go FISH 1. Atlanta Falcons -- Three straight one-score wins over inferior competition, but we cannot ignore the fact that the Falcons are the NFL's lone undefeated team. (Last Week: 3) 2. New York Giants -- The Giants have two losses, but a dominating win on the road over the 49ers is one of the best performances we've seen this season. (Last Week: 7) 3. Baltimore Ravens -- It's a good thing they're 5-1, because it will be tough to overcome losses of Ray Lewis and Lardarius Webb. (Last Week: 6) 4. Chicago Bears -- Bye. (Last Week: 5) 5. Green Bay Packers -- Hard to look past the meltdown in Indy a week ago, but Packers looked dominant knocking off undefeated Texans and shutting down Arian Foster. (Last Week: 11) 6. Houston Texans -- The pass rush and secondary looked pedestrian against the Packers. (Last Week: 1) 7. San Francisco 49ers -- Alex Smith hasn't looked this bad since Mike Singletary was still coach ...
Call me crazy but I'm picking the New York Giants over San Francisco, Chicago Bears, and Green Bay in NFC. AFC is wide open.
After spanking the San Francisco 49ers, Ahmad Bradshaw and the New York Giants re-enter the top three of Elliot Harrison's Power Rankings. Plus, there's a new team at the top ... and the bottom.
A little grass roots NFL power rankings thing. What a week. The Saints finally won, the Packers look ordinary and the Texans and Falcons continue to chase perfection. Here's this week's stuff: 1) Houston Texans - Still on top, still getting the job done. 2) Atlanta Falcons - Now 3-0 on the road, the Falcons are becoming scary good. 3) New England Patriots - 200+ yards on the ground in back to back weeks. Too many weapons. 4) San Francisco 49ers - This week hosting the Giants, a win could move this team up to Minnesota Vikings - Yes, I'm still shocked. Holding Fast: Baltimore Ravens, New York Giants, Chicago Bears. On the Rise: Miami Dolphins, St. Louis Rams, Indianapolis Colts. Falling: Green Bay Packers, Philadelphia Eagles, Washington Redskins. Stink Ahoy: Kansas City Chiefs, Cleveland Browns, Oakland Raiders. Game of the week: St. Louis Rams at Miami Dolphins (PICK: Dolphins 21, Rams 20) Yours?
My NFL Power Rankings Thru 5 weeks... 1) Houston Texans (assuming they take care of business tonight) 2) Atlanta Falcons (for now, but I think this'll be changing soon) 3) San Francisco 49ers 4) Chicago Bears 5) New England Patriots
Miami Dolphins or Cincinnati Bengals: Bengals Score: 14-17 Bengals will win by a Field goal Green Bay Packers or Indianapolis Colts: Packers Score: 24-10 Baltimore Ravens or Kansas City Chiefs: Ravens Score: 28-3 Blow out Cleveland Browns or New York Giants: Giants Score: 6-21 Philadelphia Eagles or Pittsburgh Steelers: Eagles Score: 35-28 It will be a tight game but the Eagles will win in the end. Atlanta Falcons or Washington Redskins: Falcons Score: 24-17 Seattle Seahawks or Carolina Panthers: Seahawks Score: 20-17 I Think it will go in overtime and the Seahawks are gonna pull it off. Chicago Bears or Jacksonville Jaguars: Bears Score: 21-14 Tennessee Titans or Minnesota Vikings: Vikings Score: 12-28 Denver Broncos or New England Patriots: Patriots Score: 13-35 Buffalo Bills or San Francisco 49ers: 49ers Score: 21-31 San Diego Chargers or New Orleans Saints: Chargers Score: 16-10 Game of the Week, Monday Night Football New York Jets or Houston Texans: Texans Score: 10-35 Player to Watch: Halfback Arian ...
Predicting the NFC playoff field 1. Green Bay Packers (12-4) 2. San Francisco 49ers (12-4) 3. Atlanta Falcons (10-6) 4. New York Giants (9-7) 5. Chicago Bears (10-6) 6. Detroit Lions (10-6) The Packers get the top seed for the second consecutive season by virtue of their Week 1 home win over the 49ers. The Giants are back in their familiar No. 4 spot, but expect things to play out a little differently than they did in the '11 playoffs. The Bears and Lions will take advantage of their softer interdivision slates to trump the Eagles and Saints for the final two playoffs spots, but don’t look for them to last long.
This is my prediction on top 5 TEAMS in the NFL that can the Super Bowl this year no lie! 1.Philadelphia Eagles 2.Chicago Bears 3.New England Patriots 4.Green Bay Packers 5.San Francisco 49ers
Bleacherreport.com top five power rankings 5. Chicago Bears, 4. New Orleans Saints, 3. New England Patriots, 2. Green Bay Packers 1. San Francisco 49ers. A few other notables are Jacksonville as high as 21. This is ridiculous. Bears are not top five. Jacksonville quite possibly could be the worst team in the league. The top three is pretty close. I might put Baltimore or Pittsburgh up there instead of San Francisco or New England. Green Bay should be number one. I'd put Cleveland at like 26 or so. They're certainly better than Minnesota, Indianapolis and Jacksonville.
Well our little group had little to smile about in Weekof the young NFL season...only three of us were winners and two of those games were heads up battles! In the first of the two heads-up battles Margie and my Green Bay Packers got their lunch handed to them by Terry's Cleveland Browns 32-10! The second heads up game saw Kathy's Chicago Bears outlast Pam's Washington Redskins by a mere 2 point margin...33-31. Jason's Minnesota Vikings had our groups only other win stomping on Buffalo 36-14! Johnny's Miami Dolphins, Amanda's New Orleans Saints, Clayton's Kansas City Chiefs, Josh's Denver Broncos, Ronnie's and Bobby's Oakland Raiders, Randy's Dallas Cowboys, and Tristan and Bob's San Francisco 49'ers all lost! If you want to add your team to our group, do so in the comments section...You have until opening day to add a team or even to change your teams! See ya Next Week!
Here are my Predictions on who will win tonight in NFL, :New York Giants over New York Jets :Washington Redskins over Chicago Bears :Kansas City Chiefs over St. Louis Rams :Houston Texans over San Francisco 49ers :Seattle Seahawks over Denver Broncos :San Diego Chargers over Dallas Cowboys Whos Ready for some FootBall???!
I've moved on! It's officially time to prepare the float for the over-due Super Bowl parade down Broad Street! It is finally time for the Philadelphia Eagles to win the Super Bowl! The Phillies are no longer the best team in Philadelphia for the next 2-3 years, that belongs to the Eagles. Here is the most recent top 10 Super Bowl odds from Vegas: Green Bay Packers 6/1 New England Patriots 13/2 San Francisco 49ers 10/1 Philadelphia Eagles 12/1 Houston Texans 14/1 Denver Broncos 15/1 Baltimore Ravens 16/1 Chicago Bears 16/1 Pittsburgh Steelers 16/1 Dallas Cowboys 18/1 Eagles vs Patriots Super Bowl and the Eagles will get their revenge! Get on the BUS! Eagles will break the NFL record for most sacks in a year, and break their franchise record for points in a season. It's a 14-2 kind of year. The 2012 Philadelphia Eagles are the most talented team by position by position in the NFC, and it is time for them to UNLEASH!!! Lets go have a ham sandwich!
Don't look for any of the crazy uniforms designed by Nike for college football teams such as the Oregon Ducks. The Nike Elite 51 unis are more evolutionary than revolutionary, focusing on lighter fabrics, a more contoured fit and four-way stretch materials rather than big changes in the visual, graphic look. Plus, the NFL's conservative team owners had final say under guidelines set by the league. The Seattle Seahawks are getting the biggest fashion makeover, with darker-colored blue jerseys, a more aggressive-looking bird on the helmet and a stripe down the side of the pants symbolizing the team's "12th man" fan base. The Chicago Bears are enlarging the GSH initials on their unis to honor founder and former coach George S. Halas. A number of NFL stars, including Ben Roethlisberger of the Pittsburgh Steelers, Ray Rice of the Baltimore Ravens, Alex Smith of the San Francisco 49ers and Wes Welker of the New England Patriots, modeled the new duds on stage. The new jerseys go on sale the weekend of the 2012 N ...
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The Chicago Bears have been looking for a player to add competition on the offensive line and found him Wednesday, agreeing to terms with Chilo Rachal, a former second-round draft pick of the San Francisco 49ers, on a one-year contract.
The NFL today announced the preseason schedule for the 2012 season. Here's the Broncos' schedule: Week 1: at Chicago Bears - TBD (Aug. 9-13) Week 2: vs. Seattle Seahawks - TBD (Aug. 16-20) Week 3: vs. San Francisco 49ers - Sunday, Aug. 26, 2 p.m. MDT ... Week 4: at Arizona Cardinals - TBD (Aug. 29-30) Exact times and dates of the games will be announced later this month, along with the regular season schedule.See More Hey, Monica - better get cry baby a box of kleenex!!! hehehe ..
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