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It was almost 70 today. It's crazy
 

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I'm more worried about injuries than anything. Wet field means players slipping which means possible leg injuries.
 

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Rain &Thunder forecasted Sunday Night - Is This Good or Bad News??

Watch out for the rebar
 

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Not real sure, but for some reason I've been excited to see BM in the slop.
 

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Wet field, wet players, wet ball? I predict the Bears D will get 57 turnovers.

Agreed, Peanut will have 30 punch outs...minimum

Bears 103 texans -2

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Not real sure, but for some reason I've been excited to see BM in the slop.

He's coming from Miami, he's not used to this shit Chicago weather

for some reason it always seems like Chicago saves its worst weather for Sundays
 

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Denver didn't have great weather either
 

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Advantage PEANUT!!!!
How many fumbles did he force last week when it was 70 degrees and dry?
I suspect his fist will enjoy the moist conditions.
 

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Wet field, wet players, wet ball? I predict the Bears D will get 57 turnovers.

That is ridicules. There is no way they get more than 20 takeaways.

We all know there is no such thing as Bear weather. But having played on the horrible Soldier Field turf is an advantage. The Bears will take better angles knowing how awful the footing is.

Advantage Bears.
 

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Don't know if it favors us or not, but I do know that with a bit of rain, there's a good chance soldier field tomorrow will be in the running for "worst field conditions of 2012". That field is going to get torn up, and its normally pretty bad anyway.
 

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thank god most of our players aren't local Chicagoans. If they were, they would start moving at 1 MPH at the first drop of rain
 

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Your opinion Sounds more like the driving skills of southern californians



Come to Chicago and commute, then talk to me. Then again, you have a point. Chicagoans drive like shit even under clear skies.
 
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