Dirk Koetter was quoted after the game saying everyone on the field for the Bucs should have been fired, including the coaches. Its hard to disagree with that assessment after how bad Koetter’s team looked Sunday, but for the Bears and a long-suffering fan base it was a performance to dream of.
The process of re-examination is something we’re painfully familiar with in Chicago so we should lend some empathy to our former division mates who also have a long history of just not getting it together no matter how they try.
(Week 2 showed) a prime example of what the NFL offers as a weekly spectacle and the continued layers it flashes to generations of fans who can’t imagine a better routine each Sabbath day from Noon to around 10:30 in the evening…
Ryan Bukowiecki is a student at the Illinois Media School and a contributor to The D & Davis Show The Chicago Bears had a tough Week 1 loss and should […]
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WARR writer Kevin Luchansky normally writes about baseball for WARR.com., this college football season he expands his reach by writing on another passion of his — college football, in particular […]
Tonight on D & Davis Tonight, the guys will preview this Sunday’s Bears-Dolphins game, the latest on the Jameis Winston saga at Florida State University, the MLB Playoffs and much […]
Tonight on D & Davis Tonight, the guys will breakdown tonight’s Monday Night Football match up between the Chicago Bears & New York Jets. Also, the guys will discuss their […]
Today on The D & Davis Show, the guys will discuss the press conference by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell & breakdown the investigative report on how The Baltimore Ravens and […]
On the latest edition of D & Davis Tonight, we’ll get into the latest controversy involving the inappropriate meme-loving Jameis Winston, who is to expect a cut-back in playing time […]