I was on the side of Sean Jensen. Now? Not so much. I realize that Jensen followed the Vikings for ten years, but no one can be this bold and apologetic within the same week.
In the top two Sun-Times pieces for today, Jensen believes that the Bears can “bounce back” like the New Orleans Saints did. In the second article, he explains Ron Jaworski’s credentials.
I understand that February is a slow month for sports journalism. However, one doesn’t need to stoop to Jensen’s level and write a piece revisiting all of Cutler’s interceptions. We get it, he threw a lot of picks. However, you can’t come back the next day and write that the Bears possess a lot of “bounce back” pieces and expose the merits of Jaws’ work.
Sean Jensen, welcome to Chicago. You’re not in Minneapolis anymore.
Alex Brown was honored at Comcast SportsNet’s Awards banquet.
Another installation of “Audibles from the Long Snapper.”
After bashing Jay Cutler, Sean Jensen believes that the Bears possess “bounce-back” elements…..journalism at its finest.
On top of that, Jensen felt the need to write a fluff piece explaining Jaworski’s credentials. Again, stop while you’re ahead.
The Carolina Panthers won’t use their franchise tag on Julius Peppers.
Torry Holt really wants to be a Chicago Bear.
Steve “Mongo” McMichael thinks the HOF voters are “jackasses” for not entering Richard Dent.
Alex Brown would love to have Aaron Kampman on the Bears.
Cedric Benson lost money on his Libertyville house.
Former Bear Mark Carrier has been hired as the Jets’ DL coach.
Brad Biggs breaks down the 2009 Bears’ safeties.
The NFL free agency restrictions are limiting the Bears’ offseason moves.
Jeff Dickerson’s mailbag – don’t miss it!