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GREAT BEARS STUFF Chicago Bears Clear Football Bank

GREAT BEARS STUFF

Every Chicago fan needs to have a collection of great Chicago stuff, right?

So, every couple of days I’m going to show you some stuff you might be interested in.

Check this out…

Chicago Bears Clear Football Bank

  • Forever Collectibles
  • Officially Licensed
  • Great Gift Idea!

Let everyone know that Chicago Bears games are worth every penny with this Clear Football bank. Its see-through walls will allow you to keep your eyes on the prize as you drop in more coins and stray dollar bills. The whole office will see that you mean business when it comes to those season tickets with the bold Chicago Bears graphics on this bank!

List Price: $ 32.99

Price: $ 32.99

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SPYING ON THE ENEMY: Why I’m a fan of the Detroit Lions

KEEPING AN EYE ON THE DIVISION RIVALS OF THE CHICAGO BEARS

Hello Chicago Fanatics

It seems that lots of Bears fanatics want to not only keep up with their beloved Bears, but also want to watch what the loathed division enemies are doing, We decided to occasionally see what’s happening across enemy lines.

Here’s a post to keep you informed on what the other teams in our division are up to

Why I’m a fan of the Detroit Lions

… my dad was in the military, and we moved around a lot when I was a kid. I started watching the NFL in 1978 (age 8) because my dad loved watching football and it was a cool way to spend an afternoon with him.

We never lived in an NFL market, so I didn’t have a favorite NFL team at first. My mom’s family is from Oklahoma, and she’s a huge Sooner fan, so I got to see a lot of Billy Sims in college. He was my first childhood hero that wasn’t my dad.

Prior to the 1980 NFL ” >”>

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GET BEARS STUFF Chicago Bears Home Sweet Home Wood Sign 12″x6″

GREAT BEARS STUFF

Every Bears fan needs to have a collection of amazing Bears stuff, am I right?

So, every once in a while I’m going to show you some stuff you might be interested in.

Check this out…

Chicago Bears Home Sweet Home Wood Sign 12″x6″

  • Officially licensed NFL product and manufactured by Adventure Furniture Inc.
  • Decorate your garage, home, office, room, etc.
  • Contains hanging rope
  • Approx. dimensions – 12″ inches (long) x 6″ inches (wide) x 0.5″ inch (deep)
  • Unit of measure – 1 pc

Wood sign contains your favorite team’s logo. Good for indoor or outdoor use.

List Price: $ 17.80

Price: $ 16.95

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Featured Bears Image – Tedy Bruschi and Mike Ditka

Featured Flickr Chicago Bears Photo

This is a little something out of the ordinary, occasionally I’m going to post a random picture from Flickr.com that is tagged with “Chicago Bears”. I think it’s a awesome way to showcase other people’s creativity, whether that is photography, painting, drawing, or some other kind of flickr-applicable art.

I just think it might be a fun way to be a unique Chicago Bears Blog

Hope you guys dig it!

If you like what you see, be sure to check out the owner’s flickr site to see what else they may have to offer.

Tedy Bruschi and Mike Ditka
Mike Ditka
Image by WEBN-TV
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FEATURED NEWS ARTICLE: Strange Draft? Not if Pace is Building The Saints of the Midway

Featured Chicago Article

Hi Chicago Fanatics

Here’s some info that I think you will enjoy taking a glimpse at.

Strange Draft? Not if Pace is Building The Saints of the Midway

To the frustration of many, the Bears just had a strange draft. They made a numerically irrational gamble to move up and grab their quarterback. Then over half of their remaining picks were spent on players from non-FBS schools. These decisions can be explained by remembering Pace spent more than a decade with the Saints.

The first unexpected move was a trade up to grab a quarterback. Let’s go back to 2006. Drew Brees was coming off of his best pro-career year, but he had just broken his labrum trying to recover a fumble. Two teams emerged in the bidding for Brees, the Dolphins and the Saints. The Dolphins, spooked by Brees’ recent injury and the fact he may have failed the ‘phins physical, were unwilling to give many guaranteed years to Drew. Meanwhile the Saints were willing to give a guy with the third highest QB rating the previous season, but coming off a very serious injury, a 6 year, 60 million dollar contract. To put that contract into perspective, that made Brees the second highest player in the league in 2006. Taking a huge gamble on a quarterback isn’t new to Ryan Pace.

The next seemingly unexpected move that Pace made is he went heavy on players from small sc ” >”>

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