On Thursday, we looked at the worst moments for the Chicago Bears since 1987. There’s a bear in Alaska that has a new submission for the top of his own “worst moments” list.
That bear was killed on Monday by Titans defensive end Jason Babin, according to Jim Wyatt of the Tennessean.
“It is not wide-open, rush the bear like you would a quarterback,’’ Babin said. “But once you shoot the bear and run through the woods and go after it there is definitely a second rush of adrenalin. You know this thing can kill you if you don’t put a good shot on it.”
We’ve got no strong feelings one way or the other on this one. But we suspect plenty of the readers do, so we’ll shut up now and let you talk about something in the comments other than the labor dispute.