I’m watching the Bears against the Packers on Thursday night. It’s the third quarter and the Packers lead 13-3.
One thing I’ve noticed about this game: The Bears have been terrible, but they are still in the game. Another thing I find fascinating are the officials. They are awful, but they are typically more fair than the old officials ever were. The exception is this game at Green Bay, where the Packers are getting all the calls. Just like last week. Hmmm.
I like officials without bias. It’s the way things are supposed to be. However, they are slowing the game down because they get so much wrong and their “let em play” attitude is going to get some players seriously hurt. Of course, Commissioner Goodell is fine with it all.
Chicago has to punt again. Its about to enter the 4th quarter. Brandon Marshall dropped a touchdown pass earlier, and he hasn’t caught a pass at all tonight. The Packers have moved the ball but still only have 13 points.
Another Cutler interception converted into a touchdown, and Green Bay up by 20 with nine minutes left. This game is over. The Bears have messed up a game they actually had a chance to win.
Cutler’s thrown three picks. Green Bay baits teams to go down the middle then they flash guys in front of receivers. Its interesting. The Packers aren’t great defensively but they really take advantage of the other team’s flaws.