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The Bears have lost three straight home playoff games. The Seahawks have not won a playoff game on the road since 1983.
One of these streaks will end Sunday. Such certainty is one of the great things about sports.
Here's a stat for you, Professor: Our QB is playing in his 8th postseason game, while Rex "I Wasn't Prepared" Grossman is playing in his 2nd. And as 9 point favorites, ALL the pressure will be on "Mr. Zero".
Come Monday you'll be counting the days until Cubs spring training. Pitchers and catchers report on February 14, by the way.
ACF, are you Bill? If so, drop me a line.
Chicago Fan is indeed Bill. Don't know how to drop you a line.
did anyone else see boomer esiason say "rex grossman is the paris hilton of quarterbacks" on sunday? it was awesome.
Paris Hilton? No way. He's the Lindsay Lohan of Quarterbacks. Check out one of the best sportsblogs out there about this:
CF, please to check my url from the earlier comment, which links to my favorite sexy rexy kiss me suzy post of all time. (i'll never look at a stick of butter without feeling warm inside again.)
it's too bad you're not an nba fan, as freedarko is the greatest sports blog period.
Who will win on Sunday? No, no. It'll be more like who will lose the game. Or which tightrope walker brings the, uh, shorter pole.
WHATEVs, girlie fries. As long as Rex can get his Q rating over 1.5, the Bears win solid.
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