Caleb is Heinous

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For those of you who had the misfortune of watching the Bears game, Caleb Hanie truly lived up to his name. He threw for 133 yards and turned the ball over three times. It is obvious that Hanie should no longer be playing for the Bears, or in the NFL for that matter. You can make all of the excuses you want, and losing Forte definitely did hurt, however Hanie consistently missed wide open targets throughout the game. The Bears Playoff hopes are now nearly hanging by a thread and it is time for the Bears front office to do something about it. Obviously McCown is not a viable option and I will probably be in the minority by saying this, but they need to pick up McNabb. At this point, it’s not even a risky move considering how bad Hanie has played the last two weeks.

If you want to argue by saying telling me how bad McNabb was this year, I will counter by telling you that the Bears just lost to the Kansas City Chiefs and were only able to muster 3 points. For a team that should be in the playoffs this year, that is absolutely unacceptable.

About J.B. Blanchard

I am senior journalism major at DePaul University using this blog as a launching pad hopefully for a career as a sports writer. I am very passionate about all sports and always up to date on the latest sports scores, news and hot topics.

4 comments on “Caleb is Heinous

  1. not to mention last weeks atrocity

  2. Just like last week, that game left a really bad taste in my mouth. If Caleb Hanie doesn’t get replaced soon, the Bears can forget about a wildcard spot. Read the rest of my thoughts here: http://foultalk.wordpress.com/

  3. Frigatebirds
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  4. This blog site is pretty good. How can I make one like this ?

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