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Postby Brandaddy » Tue Oct 17, 2006 12:30 pm

eaglesrule wrote:didn't the bears offense not score a point?

How did Rex"win the game"

I think winning counts, but sometimes a QB's record is not because of him, its despite of him.



gould kicked a 25 yarder or something close to that

i dont know the logic behind why they say grossman won the game, i guess its cuz he was the starting qb and they won? if the bears d didnt pick up his slack and win it for him i think they would be calling for his head, but because they won they seem to think grossman is still the man :-?
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Postby The Miner Part 2 » Tue Oct 17, 2006 12:33 pm

Brandaddy wrote:
eaglesrule wrote:didn't the bears offense not score a point?

How did Rex"win the game"

I think winning counts, but sometimes a QB's record is not because of him, its despite of him.



gould kicked a 25 yarder or something close to that

i dont know the logic behind why they say grossman won the game, i guess its cuz he was the starting qb and they won? if the bears d didnt pick up his slack and win it for him i think they would be calling for his head, but because they won they seem to think grossman is still the man :-?


well your friends are the minority because no one else in chicago believes that.
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Postby Dadd » Tue Oct 17, 2006 1:09 pm

I nominate the Bears Defense.

Surely the case can be made for them having as much or more to do with the teams success as Grossman?
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