Comments on: Julius Peppers’ First Bears Game Chicago Bears History Blog by Mon, 20 Apr 2015 22:25:11 +0000 hourly 1 By: Perno Tue, 14 Sep 2010 17:48:34 +0000 It’s so hard to judge how well players play while you’re at the game, I don’t blame the guy you were sitting near…but yeah Peppers did a fine job, getting double teamed left and right no less. The D looked pretty scary-good at times.

As for Lovie, I don’t care if he gets fired. I’m not calling for his head (espcially after a win), but I won’t miss him one bit when he does eventually get canned.

By: sven Tue, 14 Sep 2010 17:23:28 +0000 Agreed, they are nuts; what more would you expect from your new DE’s first game???? You would only dream of this.
I agree with the philosophy that you should only go for it when you don’t have any other choice to win the game. I thought you only HAD to go for it at the end of games if you were trailing by more than 3 points. That sure wasn’t the case during that game.
I am still mad at thinking that if he had just let Gould kick the 2 field goal on 4th down instead of going for it BOTH times, the Bears would have had -check this out Lovie- 19+3+3=25 points, giving them the edge whatever the referees call the Johnson catch. Somewhere in his football 101 book it must be written “score touchdowns”. Problem is, it’s a matter of points, not touchdowns, check out the pittsburgh win Lovie.
The worse is that he will keep on going for it …Different philosophy I guess.

By: Doug Greger Tue, 14 Sep 2010 16:45:38 +0000 Lovie proved why he should be let go.