Bears-Lions one-liners

Bears RB Matt Forte ran for 101 yards on 16 carries in the season-ending 37-23 victory.

DT Tommie Harris gave the Bears better production over the final two games, including three tackles for losses.

Bears offensive coordinator Ron Turner said the team struggled to produce because of the difficulties associated with incorporating younger players.

CB Nathan Vasher got the start in what could wind up being his final game with the Bears.

Bears QB Jay Cutler expressed happiness with his receiving corps, particularly WR Devin Aromashodu.

Said Lions LB Ernie Sims, “Just because we won two games doesn’t make us feel any better. Losing
is losing
. That’s what I’ve been experiencing ever since I’ve been
here. I’m sick of losing. I’m not perfect. I don’t do everything that I
have to do to help us win, but I’m only one person on the team.”

QB Daunte Culpepper completed 23 of 34 passes for 262 yards and two touchdowns in what was likely his last game with the Lions.

Lions WR Calvin Johnson had six catches for 86 yards and a touchdown, but ended the season six yards shy of the 1,000-yard mark.

S Louis Delmas served as defensive captain, an honor coach Jim Schwartz said was unusual for a rookie.

Lions K Jason Hanson made three field goals to end a rocky season on a high note.

4 responses to “Bears-Lions one-liners

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  2. Sorry turner the bears struggled because you are an idiot!it took you 14 weeks to figure out that cutler is more effective rolling out like he did in denver?it took you 14 weeks to put a game changing reciever into the line up?not to menetion your horrible play calling!teams putting 11 games at the line to stuff the run and you still run!or how about the always effective w.r. screen to hester?the one where he catches it and is immediatly tackeled because they know it’s coming. or how about calling plays that always are a yard or 2 short of what you need?3rd and 5 so let’s go with a 3 yard pass.or how about the rare occasion when a play worked and you never call it again?most teams including the ones who beat the bears keep calling plays that work until you stop them.I cannot believe they did not fire him as soon as the game ended which worries me. if he is back next year then they are doomed.

  3. Your posted quote from Ernie Sims:
    “I don’t do everything that I have to do to help us win, but I’m only one person on the team.”
    Read that, I think it’s a typo, unless Sims is admitting to not trying all the time.

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