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The Logic of Long Distance
Rex Grossman Is Sick of the Media
Posted Jan 31st 2007 9:46AM by Michael David Smith
Filed under: Bears, NFL Media Watch, Super Bowl
"So, Rex, are you going to keep sucking on Sunday, or are you finally going to play like a professional quarterback?"
No one, to my knowledge, asked Bears quarterback Rex Grossman that question in quite those terms, but that's been the gist of every question Grossman has faced: The media want to know how bad he is going to be on Super Bowl Sunday and whether he realizes how lucky he is that he has a supportive coach and a great defense.
This morning Grossman finally struck back at the media. During his press conference today, he unleashed these two gems:
"I'm answering the same questions. You guys don't do any research."
"This morning press conference, even how boring it is, I'm going to remember it for the rest of my life."
It's easy to understand why Grossman would be extremely annoyed by now, but that's part of the job. And the scorn he's feeling now is nothing compared to what he'll hear if he throws the game away on Sunday.
it's the Colts' year. Go Vols!
The Bears didn't fare too well this year against AFC teams. They killed Buffalo (who didn't?) but lost to the Pats and Dolphins and struggled in winning against the Jets. ......
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