Check the date people. On November 19th, the Chicago Bears are still in first place. With a record of 7-3, they can go 3-3 for the remainder of the schedule and make the playoffs. More importantly, the Chicago Bears will be playing relevant football all the way to the end of the season. Isn't that all we ask for?
I decided to write down my thoughts during the game on my phone. My wife watched me hunt and peck with my thumbs and offered me a pencil/paper instead. So I wrote down all my thoughts and bits the old-fashioned way. And then promptly left them at home this morning. So technology might be slower, but I carry it with me.
Here are some random observations from watching Bears v. Dolphins:
Conspiracy theory: Lovie Smith brought in Mike Martz to rile up the defense. By making Martz' offense high-profile, the D would get jealous and take over the team. That's how it looks to me. This was supposed to be a high-flying offensive team. Cutler, Hester, Forte, Martz.