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this is a discussion within the Saints Community Forum; Ok, I'm from the Chicagoland area and I came across your site and saw some of the stuff you guys are talking, about so I signed up. Im not here to run my mouth or try and be an internet ...

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Old 01-16-2007, 01:12 PM   #1
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BEARS FAN HERE

Ok, I'm from the Chicagoland area and I came across your site and saw some of the stuff you guys are talking, about so I signed up. Im not here to run my mouth or try and be an internet tough guy with people who live 2 thousand miles away from me. I respect the Saints and know that it will be a challenge for us in our quest for the super bowl, but I am very confident that Da Bears can take care of business on Sunday. I read somewhere that said that the Bears fans are classless, which is very untrue. We have all the respect in the world for the Saints but we feel given the conditions at Soldier Field on Sunday we will be victorious, but yet the Saints can come here and beat us, were very aware of that. I also read on here that Grossman was looking past you guys, which is very untrue. He never said anything like that. He just said that theyre one win away from a super bowl birth. I keep reading that the Bears defense cant stop Drew Brees and your offense, and that you guys have better defensive linemen and better recievers than us, and most of you on here are all but guaranteeing a win, but let me tell you something, when you think like that, that is when you lose. We tought last year,we thought that we we gunna destroy the Panthers and were saying the same things that you guys were saying...well we ended up losing.....so dont get too confident... We know that all of America will be pulling for you because of the whole Hurricane thing and that you guys are a Cinderella story, but make no mistake, when you guys come to Chicago on Sunday, no one and I mean no one, is gunna fell sorry for you guys, at all. good luck on Sunday and BEARDOWN!!!!! Come on through to Lake Shore Drive and we'll be waiting. GO BEARS!!!!
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Old 01-16-2007, 01:18 PM   #2
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Come Sunday, Mr. Brees will become aware of who Brian Urlacher and Lance Briggs are.
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Old 01-16-2007, 01:31 PM   #3
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nice post, and we appreciate your coming on here and being civil. i have a few questions for you
1. do you think thomas/benson are better than deuse/bush?
2. do you think grossman/muhammad/berrian are better than brees/colston/henderson/copper/and or horn?
3. do you think your think da bears "d" is better than da boys "d"?

ok im not stupid you do have one of the best middle linebackers in the game, but he's 1 player, and our "d" steps up when needed.

i honestly dont believe it will be close, i cant see your "o" scoring more than 10 pts

just my opinion
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Old 01-16-2007, 01:40 PM   #4
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On the Grossman looking past us... I agree with you payton. As far everything else... it's hunting season baby! I need a rug for my fireplace.
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Old 01-16-2007, 02:00 PM   #5
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Originally Posted by kojakhinton
nice post, and we appreciate your coming on here and being civil. i have a few questions for you
1. do you think thomas/benson are better than deuse/bush?
2. do you think grossman/muhammad/berrian are better than brees/colston/henderson/copper/and or horn?
3. do you think your think da bears "d" is better than da boys "d"?

ok im not stupid you do have one of the best middle linebackers in the game, but he's 1 player, and our "d" steps up when needed.

i honestly dont believe it will be close, i cant see your "o" scoring more than 10 pts

just my opinion
I think that Cedric Benson is better than all of the above, but he doesnt get the amount of carries that he deserves so u guys dont hear a whole lot about him. as far as defense, everybody wants to talk about our D like its nowhere to be found... well lets see, we lost Mike Brown In the first quarter of the season and Tommie harris about 2 months ago and we still manage to have the 5th best defense in the entire league. you said we have one of the best linebackers in the league when in fact we have 2 of the best linbackers in the league in Lach and Briggs.... i think our return game is better...lets face it Bush doesnt compare to hester...as far as grossman and all the other skills players are concerned. I think that moose matches up well with your guys secondary cuz thats where u guys are vunerable.. i saw the bombs that garcia was throwing on u guys last week and if and when Bernard gets a step on the DB their gunna take a chance and I think he can burn any one of ur corners.. but u failed to mention Rashied Davis who is gunna be a big factor cuz he catches everything in sight and isnt afraid to get hit. its gunna be a close game cuz its the playoffs and thats how the games are. its gunna be real cold and its been snowing here the past 2 days and might snow on sunday...and i know that one of your biggest fears is the weather, cuz u guys are a dome team and its usually warm down there regardless, but remember this, Soldier Field is right on the lake and its always about 8-10 degrees colder there and the wind blows alot harder, so when u look up the weather forecast on weather.com just remember its gunna be a lot colder than it says and the wind chill is gunna be a lot colder.. so throwing the ball will be more difficult.. Especially for Drew Brees whos is used to San Diego and now New Orleans, I know he played at Purdue, but theres a huge difference between a 50 degree day in November and a 15 degree day in late January on the lake....BEARDOWN EVERYONE!!
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Talk about being a biased Bear fan... you honestly with a straight face can say that Benson is better than Deuce, Bush, and Jones? That's delusional. He can't even beat out Jones for the starting nod.

I also want to point out that how many games have Grossman played the pass 4 years during this time of the year? Exactly.

http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/player...?playerId=4480

Rashied Davis who? Oh, this Rashied Davis.

http://scores.espn.go.com/nfl/player...?playerId=9268
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Old 01-16-2007, 02:14 PM   #7
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Talk about being a biased Bear fan... you honestly with a straight face can say that Benson is better than Deuce, Bush, and Jones? That's delusional. He can't even beat out Jones for the starting nod.

I also want to point out that how many games have Grossman played the pass 4 years during this time of the year? Exactly.

http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/player...?playerId=4480

Rashied Davis who? Oh, this Rashied Davis.

http://scores.espn.go.com/nfl/player...?playerId=9268
on sunday you'll see what Im talkin about, when Ced gets the ball, everybody in the city wanted him to be the starter but for some reason they are set in their ways, and as far as grossman goes... he grew up in bloomington Indiana so he's no stranger to the cold weather and he has been here for 4 years...granite he has been hurt but he knows what its all about. BEARDOWN
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Grossman is from Bloomington and? He's been on the pine the past 4 years during this time. You question Brees because he's played at Purdue and San Diego? What teams do Purdue and San Diego play every year? Here's a list of some for you...

Michigan St., Minnesota, Penn State, Denver, KC, New York, Pittsburg, Cleveland, etc.

I think my point has been made. I think Grossman has way more to worry about than Brees when it comes to that Chicago weather.
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RE: BEARS FAN HERE

Thank you for your biased opinion. Now let me give you mine. If the Saints win the turnover battle this sunday, you`ll be watching the Saints in the Superbowl.

Are we too confident of a victory sunday? hmm, is that surprising? Bears went 13-3, but look at the schedule. Grossman had a decent game last sunday, he`s due for a blunder. If the weather is a factor it`ll be a factor on both sides. If weather brings it down to a running game, I`ll take that match up.

As far as the Katrina factor, we`re not looking for any sympathy from Chicago or the media. It`s been tough here, real tough, and your right, alot of Americans have jumped on the Saints bandwagon this year. Where were they last year when we went 3-13 and nearly lost our franchize?

May the best team advance to Miami.

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Old 01-16-2007, 02:51 PM   #10
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RE: BEARS FAN HERE

I appreciate you Bears' fans' enthusiasm. We New Orleanians are thrilled to have the opportunity to prove on the gridiron how the team we support stacks up against the only other team left standing.

I'm sure you think that the Saints are just a charitable chicken dinner for the Bears before the main event in Miami. The Eagles fans and team believed that also. I don't think you'll find anyone that claims to be a Saints fan to be a total homer - we acknowledge quite readily where the weaknesses of this team are and we are loathe to get too excited about any strength given our history. But you will find we don't suffer fools.

If you've got an opinion, back it up with facts we can check. Fat drunk and stupid is no way to go through life and won't get you very far in this forum.

And take your pity elsewhere. Despite the illusion that the Federal Governement is doing a great deal to help the city recover, little if any of the moneys allocated have been disbursed. All the recovery that's happened so far is from the sheer will of the natives. We know that any success we've achieved has been earned with a stifling load on our backs.

Good luck, play well, buy a refundable ticket.

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