John Mc

This is a collection of my thoughts. Some of the thoughts that I once had, I no longer do. Some thoughts I have now I have never had. Yet none shal be discounted. This blog is soley for the enjoyment of the author and the readers. On occasion the views expressed are overly exagerated in order to prove a point. Also there may be a dirty word or thought in some of the posts. Grow up and take this for what it's worth - a blog that barely anyone will ever see.


One More.

I just can't get enough. I'm sorry. For those of you who aren't football fans, or who aren't Bears fans, you can stop reading this right now.
For the rest of you, congrats on having GREAT taste and a very high IQ. I bet you have great personal hygiene and a lot of friends as well.
I was on the Chicago Bears website (which I have been meaning to make my home page for quite a while now) and found the following article. I have created a link to it through the picture that I also found. Da Bears are #1 in the league in points scored (31.6), #1 in the league in points allowed (9.9), #1 in total defense (245.9), #1 in turnover ratio (+11) and we need to work on total offence because we are 12th (336.0)
Here is the article that I was talking about. This proves (once again) that God has given man Da Bears:

One of just two unbeaten teams remaining in the NFL, the Chicago Bears will put their perfect record on the line at Soldier Field on Sunday against the Miami Dolphins. Starting the season 7-0 for the first time since opening 1985 with 12 straight wins, the Bears and Indianapolis Colts are tied for the best record in the NFL.
Leading the NFL in scoring offense and scoring defense, Chicago has outscored its opponents by 152 points after seven games this season. That total is the third highest scoring differential in team history at this point of the season and the highest in the League since the NFL-AFL merger. Averaging 31.6 points per game, the Bears 221 points are their most after seven games since 1956 (158). Allowing an NFL-low average of 9.9 points per game, the 69 points permitted by Chicago is its lowest seven-game total since 1937 (58).
After snapping a four-year losing streak coming out of their bye week with last week's win over San Francisco, Chicago will be hosting a team coming out of its bye week for the second consecutive week when the Dolphins come to town. The Bears are now 11-7 (.611) all-time after the scheduled open date. Holding 10 of their last 12 regular season home opponents to less than 10 points since 2005, Chicago has won 10 straight home games for the first time since winning 12 in-a-row from 1985-86. The Bears are averaging 38.0 points at Soldier Field this season.
Miami is the first of three AFC opponents in the Bears next four games with trips to play the New York Jets and New England Patriots on tap.

Sorry Miami. You have already lost. God said so.


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