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    Nick Bakay's Manly House of Football

    NFC NORTH:
    BEARS:


    The entire planet is so down on Rex Grossman, he's an automatic lock for comeback player of the year. We forget how young he is, yet his teammates seem to have his back; he is cocky, he will survive.

    I was sitting on a plane waiting for take-off at LAX the week after the Super Bowl, and Chicago son Jim Belushi entered, sat across the aisle from me, and was promptly questioned about his Super Bowl reaction. He just shook his head and said, "Quarterback."

    Fair enough. Rex had that kind of game, what about stopping the run?! Your vaunted defense set Dominic Rhodes for life! The Bears big mystery isn't at QB, but at DT and RB. The D-line will settle down with heath and additions, but when they send a proven warrior like Thomas Jones packing, they beg questions. Why are you assuming Cedric Benson is "the man?" I have yet to see it.

    That's the bad news, the good news is that Adrian Peterson is there to catch another weird Longhorn ball carrier when he falls, the schedule is a cake walk, and you can pencil the Windy City in for a serious run back to the Super Bowl.

    VIKINGS:


    Building ...

    Not to be glib, but they will be on the grid when they earn their place on the grid. In the meantime, Minnesota, like many others, is a team you watch only when they are playing a team you care about ... or when you need a big game from their defense to nail down a big win for your fantasy football team.

    PACKERS:


    Fading. Again, not to be glib, but are we kids or what?

    LIONS:


    A team built for greatness ... in a parallel universe called "fantasy football."

    Despite head coach Rod Marinelli's defensive expertise, this team looks like Mike Martz is the favorite child. The offense has crazy weapons, including No. 2 overall pick Calvin Johnson. They will be throwing all day long under a dome with a mad genius drawing up the plays -- BOOM GOES THE DYNAMITE! Especially when paired with an hinky defense. It's called playing catch-up, and it is fantasy football's answer to putting out the fire with gasoline.
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    Re: Nick Bakay's Manly House of Football

    Does this guy like ANY team in the NFL?
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    When you require nothing, you get nothing; when you expect nothing, you will find nothing; when you embrace nothing, all you will have is nothing.

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    Re: Nick Bakay's Manly House of Football

    Pretty honest about the Vikes!

    When we earn it, we will deserve it.
    Otherwise, we are off the radar.

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    Re: Nick Bakay's Manly House of Football

    "COJOMAY" wrote:
    Does this guy like ANY team in the NFL?
    He is a comedian first.

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    Re: Nick Bakay's Manly House of Football

    "snowinapril" wrote:
    Pretty honest about the Vikes!

    When we earn it, we will deserve it.
    Otherwise, we are off the radar.
    suits me being off the radar, that way we can concentrate on the games and less on what the national media is saying.
    Time spent annoying a Packer fan is never time wasted...


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    Re: Nick Bakay's Manly House of Football

    "AngloVike" wrote:
    "snowinapril" wrote:
    Pretty honest about the Vikes!

    When we earn it, we will deserve it.
    Otherwise, we are off the radar.
    suits me being off the radar, that way we can concentrate on the games and less on what the national media is saying.
    I won't mind playing the underdog all year if it means a deep push into the playoffs.

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    Re: Nick Bakay's Manly House of Football


    We start "earning it" Sunday against Atlanta. Might take a couple games but we will get what we deserve. Respect. We are coming in low off the radar, but we won't be taken lightly for long.

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