Vikings just displayed a clinic how to blow a game. Their defense on that last drive was embarrassing
Bears are the same old Bears...rely on turnovers and fluky breaks. When they face sound teams that don't make mistakes, they are screwed
Oh *********. If anything the Vikings relied on turnovers and flukey plays. At the end I was actually thinking if the Vikes pulled it out they would have won it the same way the Bears have won games in the past, with kick returns and turnovers returned for TDs to stay in the game.
And while I'm still only cautiously optimistic, this Bears offense is not like the same old Bears.
At least the Chiefs is soothing my ISU depression. If they were as bad as they were last year I would throw myself off a roof. 08 was awful. I watched my teams win 2 games out of a total of 28 games. I never, ever want to go back.
I would say an important skill that great leaders have is knowing their own abilities. They are usually really good at one aspect but are not afraid to bring in an expert in another area. The opposite can be said for terrible leaders who tend to "know everything" and insist on having their hands on everything.
Texans won in OT. Almost won it Reg. but Bullocks field goal hit the left upright.
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