Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Week 4: Let's Call Him "Wrong Team Tony": Chicago Bears vs. Dallas Cowboys

Sorry for the late and quick post, friends! Real life got in the way of blogging today...can you believe that?! So today I will spare you my witty opener and dive right in to Monday night's Chicago Bears vs. Dallas Cowboys match up where the Boys were absolutely routed, 34-18.

- Tony Romo threw 5 interceptions last night. Let me say it again. Tony Romo threw 5 INTERCEPTIONS last night! Two of them were returned for touchdowns including one by Lance Briggs whose 74 yard interception returned for a touchdown was his first since 2005. The only real good thing I can say about Tony Romo's performance last night is that he was only sacked once on the first series of the game...but then again he also thought he was playing quarterback for the Chicago Bears, so why would they sack him? "Impress Him" Fact: The Chicago Bears defense started 5 players who are in their 30's (considered aging in the NFL). Those "old" guys sure did show Dallas that they could still play.
Man, I feel bad for this guy. (Photo Credit: bleacherreport.com)

- On the flip side Jay Cutler was playing lights out for the Chicago Bears. Cutler completed 18 of 24 passes for 275 yards including 2 touchdowns. He also managed to find his groove with Brandon Marshall who last night was trying to shake off my "Sir Drops-A-Lot" nickname. Marshall caught 7 passes for 138 yards and a touchdown last night. "Impress Him" Fact: Brandon Marshall has a long rap sheet and a reputation for being trouble. Last year he was diagnosed as having Borderline Personality Disorder, a diagnosis that he says has helped him understand who he is, take responsibility for his past misdeeds and move forward as a better person. Not an easy task, and definitely admirable. In other Jay Cutler news, Kristin Cavallari has come out and said that she wants more babies soon. Yikes.

Sorry so short and sweet...or maybe y'all prefer it that way. You can always let me know what you think on Twitter @gridiron4girls or by email, gridironforgirls@gmail.com

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