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Da Grossman, Da Bears

posted by xscot mcknight

I hope the ESPN commentators, Ron and Tony, are watching Grossman rip apart the SF Giants 49ers this evening. 24 points mid-way through the 2d quarter. Seven different receivers. Precision passing; great decisions.
Update: Bad pass; interception; returned for TD. Critics have fodder.



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doug

posted August 25, 2007 at 10:14 pm


I believe the football team in San Fransisco is the 49ers, the Giants of San Fransisco play baseball. However, the Giants of New York play football . . . coincedently the Giants of San Fransisco used to play baseball in New York. The 49ers were never in New York . . . other than to play the (football) Giants . . . or the Jets (another story for another time perhaps).



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Brad

posted August 25, 2007 at 11:01 pm


I hope the ESPN commentators, Ron and Tony, are watching Grossman rip apart the SF Giants..
Well, that explains it. The Giants may have quality outfielders, but even Grossman can rip apart Barry Bonds, Randy Winn and Dave Roberts trying to cover the Bears receivers in the secondary. ;o)
Brad



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Matt Dabbs

posted August 26, 2007 at 7:56 am


I used to see Grossman around town in Gainesville from time to time when he was at UF. Taylor Jacobs, who I believe is now in the NFL and was one of the UF receivers Grossman threw to is a Christian. I hope they do well this season.



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Dan Brennan

posted August 26, 2007 at 8:13 am


I think we are going to see Grossman’s wild range of precision passes with fumbled snaps and interceptions continue this season. He’s going to look like a franchise player in some stretches while giving us reasons to bench him in others. He’s going to provide some extra edge of your seat drama for Bear fans and opposing team fans.



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