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DuhBears
12-02-2004, 08:56 PM
We will anyway, we always play you tough and this time we will come away with the victory! go Bears

koolkev8
12-02-2004, 09:06 PM
NO... I'm Sorry the Bears will not win... It just won't happen...

Kevin
aka koolkev

vikingsalltheway
12-02-2004, 09:08 PM
"DuhBears" wrote:

We will anyway, we always play you tough and this time we will come away with the victory! go Bears

That was a funny joke you told! Tell some more.

cheesefree
12-02-2004, 09:20 PM
"DuhBears" wrote:

We will anyway, we always play you tough and this time we will come away with the victory! go Bears


:laughing3: :laughing3: :laughing3:

84>TO
12-02-2004, 09:31 PM
Doesn't a win recquire you to score at least one point? Last time I checked the Bears offence was anemic! Chad Hutchinson at QB, right? You do have a good defence so it might be relatively close, but I in no way see a Bears victory. :argue:

TheAnimal93
12-02-2004, 10:09 PM
pumping yourself up huh?

cheesefree
12-02-2004, 11:01 PM
"84>TO" wrote:

Doesn't a win recquire you to score at least one point?

One point is one point more than DUHbears offense is capable of scoring considering they'd have to get a TD before they can get the PAT. :cheers: :cheers: :cheers:

owensforpres
12-02-2004, 11:05 PM
hmmm a bears win???? if the bears win i'll put up a naked pic of me with a bears hat on lol

cajunvike
12-02-2004, 11:07 PM
"owensforpres" wrote:

hmmm a bears win???? if the bears win i'll put up a naked pic of me with a bears hat on lol

Damn, now I don't know who to root for...the Bears winning might just be worth seeing that...LOL :pukeright:

owensforpres
12-02-2004, 11:09 PM
lol cajun i thought you liked women, should i be scared?

cajunvike
12-02-2004, 11:14 PM
"owensforpres" wrote:

lol cajun i thought you liked women, should i be scared?

I meant for the laughs, of course... :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

You are right though, I don't like women...









































I LOVE WOMEN...all the best looking ones anyway!!!

owensforpres
12-02-2004, 11:15 PM
lol k just had to make sure

cajunvike
12-02-2004, 11:25 PM
"owensforpres" wrote:

lol k just had to make sure

My grandfather produced 16 kids, some of them when he was older than me...the passion runs in the family! :tongue: :twisted:

owensforpres
12-02-2004, 11:26 PM
lol well i got 3 wanted a 4th but that didn't happen

cajunvike
12-02-2004, 11:39 PM
"owensforpres" wrote:

lol well i got 3 wanted a 4th but that didn't happen

Keep practicing!!! :twisted:

hovan
12-03-2004, 12:59 AM
"DuhBears" wrote:

We will anyway, we always play you tough and this time we will come away with the victory! go Bears

You must be a really rich man since you can read the future.

casper
12-03-2004, 01:10 AM
DUMBEAR :scratch: see how worried we are :wink: we be laughing at you and talking about the finer things in life :idea: women :wink: go back to your cave and hibernate :bootyshake:

RK.
12-03-2004, 02:20 AM
"owensforpres" wrote:

hmmm a bears win???? if the bears win I'll put up a naked pic of me with a bears hat on lol
Isn't that like adding insult to injury. :lol: I am not sure that looking at a naked guy in a bears hat would cheer me up if the Vikes lost. Now maybe if your girl friend were to be a "good sport" :D

hawaiianvike21
12-03-2004, 02:21 AM
"casper" wrote:

DUMBEAR :scratch: see how worried we are :wink: we be laughing at you and talking about the finer things in life :idea: women :wink: go back to your cave and hibernate :bootyshake:

He doesnt want to see his hes a nobody and they all prolly rejected him. :lol: Thats why he got to come here to get along with some people.

Moss Deep
12-03-2004, 02:30 AM
I have not been able to sleep all week because of worrying about the Bears and their prevent offence :pale:

PapaBearHalas
12-03-2004, 05:44 AM
I don't have the confidence that DuhBears does in our defense "shutting down" the Queens but keep in mind you guys, you haven't won in Chicago the last few years and our defense usually does do better at containing you when we're at home....like last year, and the 2002 season opener.

I think it could turn out to be a pretty good game. of course being minus urlacher hurts, he always gets the D fired up for the division games.

VKG4LFE
12-03-2004, 06:53 AM
I thought there was a chance that Urlacher was going to play. Also, last year it wasn't that you guys shut us down, we moved the ball well if I remember correctly we just killed ourselves with turnovers, missed FGs and a botched punt!

Caine
12-03-2004, 07:42 AM
"PapaBearHalas" wrote:

I don't have the confidence that DuhBears does in our defense "shutting down" the Queens but keep in mind you guys, you haven't won in Chicago the last few years and our defense usually does do better at containing you when we're at home....like last year, and the 2002 season opener.

I think it could turn out to be a pretty good game. of course being minus urlacher hurts, he always gets the D fired up for the division games.

Any given sunday...

After last season, we learned that nothing is guaranteed. Just like this Sunday, we will have to earn that win. But, all things considered, we have a much better chance of doing so than the Bears do. And the reasons are obvious to anyone who's watched either team this year.

Caine

cajunvike
12-03-2004, 10:17 AM
"RK" wrote:

"owensforpres" wrote:

hmmm a bears win???? if the bears win I'll put up a naked pic of me with a bears hat on lol
Isn't that like adding insult to injury. :lol: I am not sure that looking at a naked guy in a bears hat would cheer me up if the Vikes lost. Now maybe if your girl friend were to be a "good sport" :D

I hadn't thought of it that way...can I change my answer now!?! :tongue:

owensforpres
12-03-2004, 11:01 AM
sure if i had a girlfriend to do it, well i could get one but it would have to be a vikes win for that

RandyMoss8404
12-03-2004, 11:15 AM
Randy Moss will have a monster game in Chicago. That's not a prediction; it's a guarantee.

Moss will tear up the Bears' secondary, you just watch. Pay extra-close attention to when Moss is matched up against Bears cornerback Charles Tillman. Moss has some unfinished business with Tillman and is just itching to light him up.

The most dangerous receiver in the NFL becomes even more dangerous when riled.

And Moss is mega riled.

He's in that state because of what happened last Dec. 14 in Chicago. With 1:02 to play and the game on the line, Tillman ripped the ball out of Moss' hands in the end zone. The Vikings lost 13-10 because Moss lost the ball to Tillman. Had Moss made the catch and the Vikings won, they would have been in the playoffs.

Moss wants another crack at Tillman — many cracks.

That interception brought national attention to Tillman. It's not every day a rookie cornerback — or anyone, for that matter — rips the ball from Randy Moss.

"I don't live off that play,' Tillman told Chicago reporters Wednesday. "I'm over it. We need to look forward.'

Moss will be living in the past Sunday and will drag Tillman back there with him.

Tillman didn't play when the Vikings and Bears met earlier this season because he had a broken leg. So, this is the first chance for Moss to do to Tillman what Tillman did to Moss: Humiliate him.

Even without Tillman as motivation, Moss did a number on the Bears in their first meeting this season, catching seven passes for 119 yards and two touchdowns in a 27-22 victory Sept. 26. Afterward, Moss griped that the Bears took cheap shots, but that's not what will stoke him Sunday. Tillman will do the stoking.

Sunday, it will look as if Moss is fully recovered from his partially torn hamstring. At least when Tillman is assigned to cover him.

Asked Wednesday if he would talk about Tillman, Moss said, "No."

Then, as he walked away, I told him, "I do feel sorry for Tillman.'

Moss replied, "Me, too.'

You might want to take the Vikings and lay the seven points.

Tillman missed eight games while his fractured tibia healed, then played Thanksgiving Day in a reserve role against Dallas. Bears coach Lovie Smith indicated Wednesday that Tillman might start against the Vikings.

We'll see what kind of coach Smith is. If he's smart, he will make sure Tillman isn't lined up opposite Moss too often — and once would be too often.

Moss is like a snoozing lion; the last thing you want to do is poke him with a stick. That interception by Tillman in last year's game at Chicago was a poke that still stings.

A comment Tillman made to those Chicago reporters might add to the sting. Noting Moss' hamstring injury, Tillman said, "Hopefully, we can take advantage of that leg and a half and still dominate him.'

How about that? Tillman is talking about dominating Moss. He doesn't know Moss the way we know Moss.

"He might still have one eye out to get me,' Tillman said. "We're going to see it on Sunday.'

We're going to see plenty from Moss.

"I can't wait to get the game going,' Daunte Culpepper said.

Asked who would come away with the ball if Tillman is covering Moss in the end zone with Sunday's game on the line, Culpepper said, "No. 84, all day long.'

Vikings coach Mike Tice shied away from addressing the Moss vs. Tillman angle, saying, "I don't want to give bulletin-board material.'

As if a few printed words stapled to a bulletin board could somehow cause Tillman or other Bears from shutting down a riled-up Randy Moss. There is no shutting down Randy Moss when he is riled up.

"All I want you to remember is who we played the week after we lost to Chicago and look at Moss' stats,' Tice said of last December's meeting.

The Vikings routed the Kansas City Chiefs 45-20, and among Moss' seven receptions for 111 yards were TD catches of 30 and 21 yards.

Randy Moss is fired up and riled up once again.

DemonicViking
12-03-2004, 11:35 AM
"DuhBears" wrote:

We will anyway, we always play you tough and this time we will come away with the victory! go Bears

Wow, it takes a lot of balls to talk smack considering you ARE 4-7 and you're offense is pathetic, of course that's an understatement. What's funnier is that the Bears are not out of the playoff race, but that will likely change as the remainder of the season rolls along.

UkViking
12-03-2004, 12:48 PM
The Bears are gonna feel the full force of the Vikes O and they will be licking their wounds.Aint nothing gonna stop that,you.ll just have to grin and "bear" it.