Wednesday, November 01, 2006

The Super Bowl Shuffle Was Sweeter

The new Bears are kind of lame. The 1985 Bears had the Super Bowl shuffle? The 2006 Bears have T-Shirt. “We won our first seven games and all I got was this lousy T-shirt.” Actually the shirts, sold on Sixteenstraight.com, allow fans to document all of the juggernauts the Bears have run off the field. You know, Green Bay, Detroit, Buffalo, Arizona and San Francisco among others. Lame. Granted, the Bears didn’t commission this shirt, but still.

If this year's Bears squad wants to be cool, they should film their own video and channel the spirit of Walter Payton, who could again appear in the video as hologram. That would be cool. The T-shirt is not.

But if you want to look at the real difference between this current collection of Bears and the 1985 Bears, just check out the jazz hands on Willie Gault and the entire team. Nobody can beat a team sporting jazz hands like that. Nobody.

12 comments:

DAWUSS said...

It would be nice to see Miami beat Chicago and a few weeks later see Peyton choke against Miami, allowing the '72 squad to pop open another bottle of champagne

TJ Rubley said...

Fuck that. I want those old Miami farts to go to their graves knowing their record is meaningless.

peralta said...

I agree with tj rubley. They're fucking cock suckers.

TJ Rubley said...

How great would it be to see Don Shula keel over at the end of the Super Bowl, one hand clutching his chest, the other clutching an unopened bottle of champagne?

Sun Devil said...

The Bears will lose on 11/12 or 11/26 if not the 12th.

Their offense still sucks.

NFL Adam said...

How great would it be to see Don Shula keel over at the end of the Super Bowl, one hand clutching his chest, the other clutching an unopened bottle of champagne?

How about choking on an over-priced steak from his restaurant?

DAWUSS said...

Remember - both unbeatens still have Miami and New England on their schedule. Miami will bust it's butt off trying to make sure a certain bunch of retired teammates pop open a champagne bottle, and I doubt anyone ever counts out Brady and Belly

TJ Rubley said...

If Shula's counting on this year's Dolphins to keep the record alive, his date with the paddles could come Sunday.

Clear!

Diane said...

Two teams are still undefeated at 7 - 0 - isn't it a bit premature to talk about going undefeated for the whole season? Sheesh . . . and the '85 Bears should have paid millions to insure all copies of the Shuffle were destroyed . . .

Anonymous said...

BEARS HAVEN'T PLAYED ANYONE WORTHA SHIT YET... INDY WILL CHOKE AS USUAL. ALTHOUGH I WISH THE SURVIVORS FROM THE '72 DOLPHIN TEAM WOULD KEEP THEIR TRAPS SHUT. WE ALL KNOW THE TALENT POOL IN THAT ERA WAS NOWHERE NEAR AS GOOD AS IT IS NOW.
THERE IS NO F'IN WAY THE '72 TEAM GOES UNDEFEATED IN THIS ERA. SO GET OVER YOURSELVES MIAMI. HAVE THEY EVEN WON A SB SINCE THEN??
THIS IS ALL THE DOLPHIN FANS HAVE TO LIVE FOR ANYMORE. LORD KNOWS THE TEAM IS AWFUL NOW, SO THEY HANG ON SOME STUPID-ASS RECORD THAT BRINGS WHATEVER POSITIVE PRESS TO THEIR SORRY-ASS TEAM.
DOLPHINS AND THEIR '72 REJECTS SUCK MY ASS!

Die Don Die said...

If stores can begin selling Christmas stuff in October, haters should be able to ponder Don Shula's death in November.

Ross McLochness said...

"Their offense still sucks."

Da Bears proved against Arizona that with a defense like they have, you don't need much on the other side of the ball.

They have scored the most points in the league. They have allowed the least.

Bears are going 16-0 on a deathmarch to Da Superbowl. Nobody can stop them. People will only start believing when Chicago beats New England and the Giants, though.

Kiss it goodbye, Miami. Dophins suck.