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    Re: Did Chicago really just beat the Colts that badly?

    "C" wrote:
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    I just hope the Colts don't come out pissed next week.
    :-\
    That is what I am worried about, but we do have a very good team this year, I think we will be better equipt to handle it.
    I felt like they used the game against the Bears to almost 'ease' Manning back into playing.

    He didn't play at all during preseason and they kept him to very limited throws it seemed like.

    Hopefully, he'll still be rusty next week... and our Pass rush gets to him. Should be a good game though, I'm looking forward to it even more now!

    I feel the same way. I mean...when was the last time you saw a team consistantly crowd the line for the run and blitz the Colts? 4 years...maybe...and for good reason, its just digging your own grave with dynomite. I blame that on Mannings lack of readyness as well as the balls it took for the coaches to follow through on. The Bears D did look to be back in SB form though...unfortunatly.

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    Re: Did Chicago really just beat the Colts that badly?

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    I'm not sure what to think of that result.
    Captain Neckbeard looked pretty decent, and Matt Forte had a fantastic debut. Meanwhile the defense is back to their old selves.

    Are the Bears actually that good, or does Indy just suddenly stink?
    it could be Attributed to the fact that manning has not payed a snap the whole preseason and is a little rusty or it could be that the bears just had a chip on their shoulder cuz its the superbowl rematch
    It's not all about Manning.
    The loss of Jeff Saturday should not be minimized.
    Has everyone already forgotten how crappy the Vikings looked the season that Birk was out?

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    Re: Did Chicago really just beat the Colts that badly?

    "singersp" wrote:
    "Zeus" wrote:
    "thevikingfan" wrote:
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    I'm not sure what to think of that result.
    Captain Neckbeard looked pretty decent, and Matt Forte had a fantastic debut. Meanwhile the defense is back to their old selves.

    Are the Bears actually that good, or does Indy just suddenly stink?
    it could be Attributed to the fact that manning has not payed a snap the whole preseason and is a little rusty or it could be that the bears just had a chip on their shoulder cuz its the superbowl rematch
    It's not all about Manning.
    The loss of Jeff Saturday should not be minimized.
    Has everyone already forgotten how crappy the Vikings looked the season that Birk was out?

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    Oh, no, no, no. That wasn't a bad O-line we had that year. That was all Culppepers fault. Just dredge any thread.
    Saturday is clearly a big lose, but the Bears actually were than dang good...
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    Re: Did Chicago really just beat the Colts that badly?

    peyton didnt look like himself at all, but youve gotta give the bears credit
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    Re: Did Chicago really just beat the Colts that badly?

    The bears D really came out to play.
    However, the Colts O has to do better, regardless.
    When you have Marvin harrison, Brandon Stokely and Peyton Manning, you don't do dinky little dump off passes when you're trying to come back from down by 2 scores.
    You throw downfield.
    In the last 5 mins of the game, i don't think they tried a pass over 20 yards once.

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    Re: Did Chicago really just beat the Colts that badly?

    "i_bleed_purple" wrote:
    The bears D really came out to play.
    However, the Colts O has to do better, regardless.
    When you have Marvin harrison, Brandon Stokely and Peyton Manning, you don't do dinky little dump off passes when you're trying to come back from down by 2 scores.
    You throw downfield.
    In the last 5 mins of the game, i don't think they tried a pass over 20 yards once.
    i think you mean anthony gonzalez

    you are right tho, they need to do more with that lineup..i still think manning was lacking his usual confidence
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