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Disappointing loss

September 16, 2009 - Terri Castelaz
It has taken few days, but I think I am finally over the Chicago Bears 21-15 loss to the Packers on Sunday night. It is very disappointing and frustrating as heck because Chicago had many of opportunities to win that game. But they didn’t, due to the lack of offense. Namely turnovers, which led to Green Bay scores.

Bear’s quarterback, Jay Cutler threw four interceptions. It was almost like a bad dream. Maybe it was Rex Grossman wearing Cutler’s jersey. What about that fake punt on Chicago’s own 26 early in the fourth quarter, which led to a field goal for the Packers. Not the best move.

After the game one of Cutler comments included, ‘‘I think we’ll still going to be a good football team, there’s no need to panic. It’s game one, there’s 15 more... One loss isn’t the end of the season.’’

I know one loss isn’t the end of the season, but Jay that ONE was against the Packers.

Even though Cutler didn’t have a stellar performance, I am not ready to say get rid of Cutler yet, like many other Bear fans.

Enough of the negatives of the game, lets look at the positives. Including how well the defense played. Many NFL experts said that Chicago’s defense wasn’t going to be able to stop the Packers. Which they did even without Brian Urlacher, Pisa Tinoisamoa and a full-strength secondary. These experts also picked the Packers to be in the Super Bowl.

I still think (even with all the injuries) the Bears are going to have a good season — proving it this week against the Steelers.


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