Found November 09, 2012 on
The Rhino and Compass:
College basketball begins tonight. Can you believe it? I’m OK with it.
Jay Cutler has a pretty good sense of humor about being Jay Cutler.
Here’s Rod Stewart crying, and it’s sports related!
Fantasy football sleepers, if you are into that.
Metalist Kharkiv 3, Rosenborg 1 – Rosenborg has 2 games left in Europa league play, but they have been officially been eliminated.
Minnesota, New York Rangers – What, no lockout solution, no way.
Indianapolis 27, Jacksonville 10 – Indianapolis actually lost to Jacksonville earlier this season. I’m glad everything has been sorted out.
BEST OF MAXIM
AROUND THE WEB
GOOD SENSE OF HUMOR
The Bears quarterback appeared on Inside the NFL and admitted not only is he aware that he's become fodder for internet hijinks but that he thinks some of it is funny.
For those of you who have yet to experience it, Smokin’ Jay Cutler is one of the funniest bits to hit the internet this year. There’s something about the looks Jay Cutler gives that makes it hilarious to photoshop a cigarette into his mouth. In fact, Cutler himself even agrees.
“I know a few of those guys,” Cutler said on Showtime’s Inside the NFL this week according to...
(Eds: APNewsNow. Will be updated. With AP Photos.) By ANDREW SELIGMAN AP Sports Writer The idea that the Chicago Bears' offense will match their jaw-dropping defense this season just might be a little far-fetched.
Jay Cutler says it's ''not going to happen.'' The quarterback says the offense is ''eight, nine years behind those guys'' because...
The Chicago Bears have completed the first eight games of the season and it's time to take a look at the team and grade each position group. There were high expectations for the Bears offense heading into the 2012 season with the addition of Brandon Marshall and Alshon Jeffery, the long term extension of Matt Forte and the addition of Michael Bush. The offense was expected...
No one needs a reminder of how poor the quarterback position in Chicago has been before the arrival of Jay Cutler. Any primetime game that has featured the Bears that I can recall in the last decade has shown the graphic. We all know the graphic. The long list of quarterbacks that Bears have ran
Two of the best teams in the NFL meet up on Sunday night: the 7-1 Houston Texans head to Chicago to take on the 7-1 Bears.
Both are at the top of their respective divisions, and are in the top two spots of their respective conferences. The winner of this game will cement themselves as one of the top, if not the top, teams in the NFL.
Smokin’ Jay Cutler ain’t scurred of the...
Last week: 3 (+2)
Back to this. I really broke my own rule by overreacting to the Bears’ near lose to the lowly Panthers and dropping them down even though I’ve never been sold on Atlanta. The Bears’ huge blowout win helped me see the light. Jay Cutler is now 12-1 in his last 13 games, which would be 12 in a row if you exclude their Thursday Night loss in Green...
I am not one to read to much into what a coach says, as far as game plans are concerned, during the week, but it is hard to ignore these comments from the Texans defensive coordinator Wade Phillips.
“We (will) double cover him every play. That’s our plan. We’re going to double cover him every play”
While it seems odd that Phillips would disclose his approach against an elite...
The results are in and Ndamukong Suh is still considered the dirtiest player in the NFL. Suh received the top votes in a players poll conducted by The Sporting News for the second consecutive year. He received 32 votes from 103 players, slightly down from 36 votes from 111 players last year. The Nebraska lineman has become known for his nasty side since coming into the league...
What’s a volleyball double kill, you say? It’s when a well-placed spike gives an opposing player a concussion, then ricochets into the stands and takes out a fan. ACHIEVEMENT UNLOCKED. (via Cosby Sweaters)- Follow us on Twitter @withleather - Follow me personally @MrBrandonStroud and Burnsy @MayorBurnsy - Like us on Facebook.LinksPete Campbell Gets Punched In The Face A Lot...
Houston Texans (7-1) at Chicago Bears (7-1)
I’ve called Chicago the best team in the NFL on several occasions. It’s close, but they are the team I’d least want to play right now. Atlanta may be undefeated, but they’ve had a very easy schedule and aren’t blowing guys out like the Bears are, winning 5 of 8 by a touchdown or less, including games that should have been blowouts...
After a great day of football, it gets topped off with a marquee match up and potential Superbowl preview featuring the Houston Texans travelling to Solider Field to take on the Chicago Bears. There has been much talk all week debating the two (7-1) teams. Both teams feature Pro Bowlers on both sides of the ball, as well as emerging talent all over the field.
The Bears have showing...