Vaughn McClure penned a piece about the weather for the upcoming Monday night game (yours truly will be attending). It was a fluff piece, but it was essentially looking at whether or not the Bears could beat Favre in cold weather.
Let’s clear up a few things:
1) Brett Favre played in Green Bay (cold and bad weather).
2) As much as some meatballs will object, there is no such thing as Bear Weather.
3) It doesn’t matter if the temperature is 100 degrees or -20. We’re a horrific collection of talent and we’re going to lose.
Jerry Angelo’s weekly Q&A.
Larry Mayer’s daily blog update – Mayer is excited to watch Knox vs. Harvin on Monday night.
Jeff Hughes goes down some of this week’s past links.
Adewale Ogunleye blogeth! He thanks us for our support and more.
Brad Palmer believes the Bears should be able to beat the Vikings on Monday. I wonder if he’s watched the Bears play recently….
Mike Mulligan: The Bears can learn a thing or two from the Colts.
Devin Aromashodu defends Cutler’s interceptions.
BearsFansUnited.org finally put up their billboard, but they might be in some legal hot water.
Jay Cutler isn’t worried about outside perceptions of his game.
Steve Rosenbloom: Time to really give it to Jerry Angelo.
Vaughn McClure: The extra prep time should help the Bears.
Vaughn McClure: Cutler isn’t focusing on outside perceptions of his performance.
Dan Pompei: Favre has been declining in December for five years.
Chris Williams’ big test comes against Jared Allen.
The Bears have nominated Israel Idonije for the Walter Payton Man of the Year award.
Jared Allen sees Cutler’s on-field disposition improving.
Wednesday’s injury report.
John Mullin: Will Brett Favre destroy the Vikings?
Jerry Angelo: All personnel will be evaluated at the end of the year.
Some Bears postgame emails are answered here.
John Mullin: Gaines Adams and Mark Anderson have time to shine.
Are the Bears catching the Vikings at the right time?
Brad Childress: Brett and I are on the same page.
Jared Allen is ready to face Chris Williams. I’d be salivating too….
Jay Cutler really isn’t in the Christmas spirit….
The Bears’ team report going into the Vikings game.
Blog Down, Chicago Bears
Matt Phillip muses on Lance Briggs taking kids to a downtown Target.