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Michael Wilbon

It's close to a total blowout now because teams get more desperate in a Super Bowl than they would otheriwse and make huge mistakes...Now, the Colts are running it right at the Bears and the defense, largely because of Grossman's ineffectiveness, is tired...Those guys are totally worn out and getting killed out there because the offense is to sorry to pick up a couple of first downs in-a-row...A touchdown here for Indy will pretty much seal it because the Bears offense isn't competent enough to stage a comeback...And the Colts are way too smart to kick the ball to Hester again...The Bears have one series to get back into this game, and it's the one coming up. They need a field goal to cut it to six, and the game is in the hands of Ron Turner and Rex Grossman, which doesn't make me feel good...

By Michael Wilbon |  February 4, 2007; 8:50 PM ET  | Category:  Michael Wilbon
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The Bears are getting a shot here with great field position. If they can't score here, they're probably toast.

Posted by: Phil | February 4, 2007 08:59 PM

You're right Michael. This is it...
If they don't do something here it is all over for the Bears barring a freaky turnover 4th quarter....

Posted by: Daniel Adam Smith | February 4, 2007 09:00 PM

Check me.

Word

Posted by: K-Fed | February 4, 2007 09:00 PM

Looking better with the run . . . . Then the stupid first down pass :-(

Posted by: Jerry | February 4, 2007 09:02 PM

That was a clutch kick.

Posted by: SMACK | February 4, 2007 09:04 PM

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