Dodge Ball: Chicago Bears, Lovie Smith Like Skipping the Tough Questions

Posted: 8th November 2009 by Gene Chamberlain in NFL
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One of the inexorable underlying qualities about coach Lovie SmithÆs Chicago Bears has been a complete insistence that outsiders really do not know their game well enough to accurately point out their failings. Smith treats criticism of the team by skipping over it and going on to whatÆs next. ôWeÆll go from there,ö he likes to say. The players imitate him. Fans and media almost never get real answers about whatÆs actually going wrong or even right for that matter. ItÆs rather difficult to just skim over SundayÆs 41-21 loss to the Arizona Cardinals and move on to the San Francisco 49ers Thursday night, though. Even players had to admit this time that all the criticism media members gave the team after a 45-10 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals and a butt-ugly 30-6 win over Cleveland ul ...

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