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What a great surprise to see Coach Johnson and his wife, Catherine. They are very special not only to me but to all of Commodore Nation. We love you, Coach!!!
Thank you, Coach. You made such an impact on me. I wouldn’t be here without you. Forever indebted.
Nostalgia is good for the soul. We reminisced on the home visit in 2004. You took a chance on a kid many thought should have played DB. You changed the culture. You helped build men. You have my gratitude forever. Thank you for taking a chance on the kid from West End, Coach.
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By Earl Bennett I recap the failed 2019 Chicago Bears 8-8 Season:
By Earl Bennett Bears lose AGAIN. My thoughts below. Beardown.
By Earl Bennett
By Earl Bennett Bears Win! Bears did what they should have done with Matt Stafford out for Detroit.
By Earl Bennett Bears lose AGAIN to the Eagles this time, 4 game losing streak. Earl gives his thoughts on this loss below:
By Lance Briggs The crowd at Soldier Field is incomparable. They are loud, rowdy and love sports. Chicago has the best fans in the world bar none. Therefore, every home game, I felt the energy. There were games that the fans would propel us to step it up and play classic Chicago Bears football. Promo Code “ProstylePodcast” Some hits remain etched in the brain forever. Over the course of my career I’ve handed out my fair share of “big hits” and there are plenty to recollect. However, this hit against the Eagles has too be one of my all-time favorites. In the 1st quarter against the Eagles, they were setting …
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By DJ Moore My first game in the orange and blue was indeed an experience. I wanted to be excited about the game, but I honestly wasn’t. I was a 4th round draft pick who barely made the team. I was on the 53-man roster, but I knew there was no chance for me to play after a good preseason and horrible showing in training camp. I don’t remember who we were playing, all I can see is the locker room and the chair where I was seated. I knew I wasn’t going to play, but I assumed I would dress out with the rest of the team. I was …
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By Earl Bennett Last night I dreamed of a Super Bowl. The Navy and Orange from Illinois stormed the field to play against the red and gold team from Missouri. The stands filled with mostly Bears colors just like it should have been. Before the game, as I watched on the television, I whispered to myself, “This is DA YEAR for the Bears to win.” Bears have the best Defense in the NFL and Mitch Trubisky was playing like a “Top 5” Quarterback. The wide receivers were playing at a high level, and rookie running back sensation David Montgomery was having a better rookie campaign than Saquon Barkley. Khalil Mack …
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In 2010 the hire of Mike Martz sent a message to the offense. The message was loud and clear — we needed to score more points. This hire brought in new coaches and teammates. This hire also saw coaches and teammates fired and traded. First impression is everything. Coach Martz going through OTAs and mini camp wasn’t that tough. He seemed very energetic and an optic genius. The way he analyzed the field and critiqued every play was unreal. “The Wizard” was his nickname. There was excitement to get the season started. Training camp began with the trade of Greg Olsen. A budding star who everyone loved and knew would …
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