Bears’ Offense Offensive

I’m tired today.  Tired, mainly because I watched 5 minutes of the Cowboys-Eagles game last night and I believe I saw three touchdowns in that time.  Reminds me that no matter how much I love the Bears, I’m getting a little sick of following a team that has basically boycotted fielding an NFL offense for much of the last 60 years.

I have a lot of hope for the 2008 season, but there is no way the quarterbacks on this roster are ever going to be quality NFL starters.  And reminder number 378, Tony Romo was an undrafted free agent in 2003, same year the Bears took Rex Grossman in the first round (and granted, teams took 13 other quarterbacks).

Brad Biggs says Lovie is mum on Devin Hester’s injury.  Huge surprise.

Danieal Manning will see more action on returns if Hester is out.

Bob LeGere says the Bears aren’t dwelling on the defeat. Glad they aren’t, because I am. Actually I’m not dwelling on that defeat, I’m dwelling on the fact that while the Bears defense excites me, the team will never truly go anywhere until the organization decides to build an NFL offense.

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