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Do you guys really believe there's a chance we will win tomorrow?

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There ya go buddy. You feel better now?

yes

you're welcome

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I don't believe we'll win again until December 2

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Kyle82, on 27 October 2012 - 05:04 PM, said:

Was it over when the Germans bombed Pearl Harbor?

Wow, the Germans bombed Pearl Harbor. I did not know that.

Forget it he's rolling...

http://youtu.be/V8lT1o0sDwI

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The only correct response to this thread is "yes".

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I dont know if we are going to win, but I think it is going to be a close game.

except for the fact that all but 1 game out of 4 this year has ben a close one, what evidence is there?

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If the Bears come out flat and the team plays with the fear of GOD in their hearts, then who knows...

huh, not stoned enough here, lmao

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Win the turnover battle and yes, we can win. Lose it and it will be a long day.

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I think we lose by at least 13 points, but yes we still have a chance, imo.

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