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One Bearbon, One Scotch and One Beer – Week 10

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One Bearbon, One Scotch and One Beer – Week 10

The Bears ran into another not so great team and came out with a win.  Let’s have a drink and talk about it. 

Every week, I’m serving one Bearbon for the best thing I saw during the week, preferably smooth with a nice finish. One Scotch that burns the back of the throat but doesn’t stop you from loving it.  We’ll then raise a beer to a player, play, incident, or whatever else I feel deserves it.  Lastly, I’ll leave you with a song from the Jukebox.

Foreman has carried the load for this team during Fields’ and Herbert’s absence.  Another 80 yards with a trip to the endzone led the offense.  Moore, though severely underused, still kept on track for a career best year.  This week though we’re like a man in the desert desperate for water.  We’re that man and a pass rush is the water.  Montez Sweat finally brought some semblance of a rush this week with 8 pressures.  Sure, he didn’t get home but it’s more than the Bears have had in a long time.  Something dark and smooth and in a highball glass for this week’s Bearbon. 

You may have expected Bagent to show up for our scotch this week.  Sure, he didn’t play great.  Trenton Gill didn’t have his best game either shanking one at a crucial moment.  It was at halftime that our scotch was clinched with the one of the dumbest coach interviews I’ve seen.  Eberflus saying he has something up his sleeve for the second half.  Dear sir, if you have something that works, use it before your team gets to 5 games under .500.  After the game, he followed it up with another embarrassing answer that the media ate up like it was birthday cake.  Pass me the whole bottle of cheap Jack.

As I keep telling you, I am not for the tank.  I want wins every single time the Bears play.  This win is doubly special though as it raises the chances of the top overall pick to 42%.  I don’t value picks as much as some, but it won’t hurt to have the chance to add a monster to this team.  Raise your Miller Lite to a much-needed win.

Aaron Hutchinson and the Lions are up next.  He’s a game wrecker in every way and probably what Poles had in mind acquiring Sweat.  I don’t expect this one to go well so let’s distract ourselves with an actual hit that has barely a connection to Lions.