It should Be Robbie (18 K) Gould...

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With his 12th consecutive field goal (dating back to last season), Robbie, 18 karat Gould, his now half way to Kevin Butthead's franchise record of 24. Here's to you kid... If he could throw, I'd want him as qb.

12 comments:

Vinnie 1:04 PM  

Wow, Robbie "24-karat / fools' / Heart of / Mellow / Marquette" Gould is one huge geek.

Patrick 1:12 PM  

Yeah, when I saw his picture during the Bears - Vikings game, I just burst out laughing ... he looks like he belongs back in 2nd grade...but only during the offseason, he's the Bears most valuable player. Can a kicker win that award????

Mike 2:12 PM  

Am I the only person who thinks that a 3-0 team whose kicker could be described as its MVP may have a "Super Bowl contender" reputation built on tissues and lies?


Or am I just being pessimistic?

Patrick 2:41 PM  

The Bears most certainly are contenders...look at the rest of the teams in the NFC, no one is head and shoulders above the Bears. The Seahawks just lost Alexander for a couple weeks, the Giants blow as do the Cowboys, the Bucs suck, the Falcons shouldn't be thought of as great (they just got pasted by the Saints and looked pretty pathetic doing it). The Bears have a very legit shot at getting a 1st round bye and very deep into the playoffs b/c the NFC just plain sucks

Mike 4:41 PM  

Not saying the Bears can't do well this year.

Just that having your MVP be a kicker can't be a great sign. That's just one step away from having the punter be your MVP.

Matt 7:12 PM  

The Bears had a first round bye last year too, and where the fuck did that get them? They were just a week late getting to their couches.

I do, however, agree that this Bears team is different and is probably a step above last year's team. Though I don't really agree that the Giants are as shitty as they looked on Sunday and I still the the Falcons can make a run in the NFC.

And, if the Falcons do get into the playoffs, you can't tell me anyone actually wants to play against Mike Vick. For all his drawbacks (see: all), he's been fuckin' lethal in the playoffs during his short career.

Also - look for Carolina to get a shot in the arm in the next few weeks as Delhomme and Smith start to get back on the same page. There's still a lot of talent on that team.

Elsewhere, the Cowboys are decent, but I'm gonna go with the G-Men in that division and out west the Seahawks are still the team to beat, it's just gonna take a lot more of Matt Hasselbeck's right arm for them to succeed. But, they'll still be scary if he can speed up the learning curve with Deion Branch and add him to D-Jax in that stable of receivers.

Vinnie 8:07 PM  

Mike, your Chicago fan grass-is-always-greener inferiority/victim complex has to stop. This ain't The Score 670, and I'm not Mike North.

Vinnie 8:12 PM  

By the way, is that title a typo or am I just reading it wrong? No one's said anything, but I just realized I don't know what it means.

Patrick 11:26 PM  

Yeah, those teams are okay, but I most certainly wouldn't put them head and shoulders above anyone in the NFC...As the Saints proved yesterday.

I forgot about the Panthers and they should get things rolling, but they need to start running the ball much better...start putting Williams in more as he has the potential to become a dominante back.

The Falcons just have never impressed me. When Vick plays against a defense with fast linebackers and corners, his running threat is pretty much gone. He then is left to throw, which as he has proved for three years, he doesn't have a very accurate arm.

The Giants are on the verge of a mutany and with their upcoming games against the skins', cowboys, and falcons, could very well be in a huge hole in the division. I still like the Eagles there (they should have beaten the Giants last week).

I agree the Seahawks will be tough to beat, but you have to wonder what will happen with the Alexander injury. Without him, teams will obviously play pass coverage and the next couple weeks will prove what kind of qb hasselbeck is. Shaun has a fractured foot, which means he won't be back 100% for at least 4-6 weeks. The NFC is completely up for grabs this year with no real dominant teams to stand out. Its not like the AFC with the Bengals (Super Bowl pick), Colts, Chargers, Jags.

Patrick 11:26 PM  

Yeah, those teams are okay, but I most certainly wouldn't put them head and shoulders above anyone in the NFC...As the Saints proved yesterday.

I forgot about the Panthers and they should get things rolling, but they need to start running the ball much better...start putting Williams in more as he has the potential to become a dominante back.

The Falcons just have never impressed me. When Vick plays against a defense with fast linebackers and corners, his running threat is pretty much gone. He then is left to throw, which as he has proved for three years, he doesn't have a very accurate arm.

The Giants are on the verge of a mutany and with their upcoming games against the skins', cowboys, and falcons, could very well be in a huge hole in the division. I still like the Eagles there (they should have beaten the Giants last week).

I agree the Seahawks will be tough to beat, but you have to wonder what will happen with the Alexander injury. Without him, teams will obviously play pass coverage and the next couple weeks will prove what kind of qb hasselbeck is. Shaun has a fractured foot, which means he won't be back 100% for at least 4-6 weeks. The NFC is completely up for grabs this year with no real dominant teams to stand out. Its not like the AFC with the Bengals (Super Bowl pick), Colts, Chargers, Jags.

Mike 12:49 PM  

Hey, somebody's gotta be the token prophet of doom in this group of rosy-eyed optimists.

Patrick 1:26 PM  

This isn't optimism, its reality son...

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