Chicago Quits in Loss To Minnesota, Throws in Season’s Towel As Well

Posted: 29th November 2009 by Max Kienzler in NFL
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I am writing this article in the fourth quarter with eight minutes left. I do not need to see the rest of the game. Everything I need to know the Bears showed me in the first three quarters.áAnd that is quite obvious. The Chicago Bears have quit. They have quit on this game. They have quit on this season. They have quit on Lovie Smith. And they have quit on their fans. Not every player and not on every play. But the Bears have stopped caring if they win or not. There is no fire. No passion. At this moment, the Bears defense has allowed 518 yards in three and a half quarters. Favre is 10 yards short of his career high. On both the offensive and defensive side of the ball, the Chicago Bears have cashed out on the 2009 season.á Lovie Smith should be gone at the end of this season and quite ...

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