The 2010 Chicago Bears are very frustrating to watch. They started the season 3-0 and looked like a solid team. Then they post a record of 1-3 in their next four games. When they look bad they look bad, but they find ways to snap out of it and when they look good they look good. They did both of those things against Washington last Sunday, but they fell back into the trap of looking bad. I knew from the very first play of the game the Bears were in for a long day. If you don't remember, Washington's kick [...] Continue reading → | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,
They are who we thought they were. That all-time classic Cardinals' collapse is one of the most painful sports memories in my life to date. In case you have been living under a rock let me reminisce a bit and break down the circumstances of that 2006 game for you. I followed the Dave McGinnis-coached Cardinals (2000-2003), who always seemed to be a couple of star players away from being able to turn the corner. Sound familiar? Yes I know, that adequately describes just about every team the Cardinals had fielded in the history of the franchise. Still, if you are a fan you are a fan, you are stuck with your team through thick and thin no matter what. Anquan Boldin had his phenomenal rookie campaign in McGinnis' final season, the same season that undrafted fan favorite Marcel Shipp [...] Continue reading → | , , , , , , ,
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