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Weirdest, Worst, Wackiest Bears Team Ever. Plus: Duncan Keith, MVP; We [Heart] Pau; and Theo
Forgets The Cole Slaw.
* Lynn Dickey.
* Jon Lester.
* Kerry Wood.
2:30: Weirdest, Worst, Wackiest Bears Team Ever.
* Aaron Kromer.
* Must-See TV.
* Boy Clausen.
Wiki: Clausen never lost a game he started in his prep career (42-0) & also holds the California state record for career touchdowns (146).— Beachwood Reporter (@BeachwoodReport) December 18, 2014
During his junior season, a Sports Illustrated feature dubbed him "The Kid with The Golden Arm." Recruiting analysts considered him ...— Beachwood Reporter (@BeachwoodReport) December 18, 2014
... a "once in a decade" quarterback talent and ranked him as the #1 overall prospect of the 2007 high school class ...— Beachwood Reporter (@BeachwoodReport) December 18, 2014
... Because of his quick release, some in the media compared him to Joe Namath ...— Beachwood Reporter (@BeachwoodReport) December 18, 2014
... Clausen announced his oral commitment at the College Football Hall of Fame in South Bend after arriving in a stretch Hummer limousine.— Beachwood Reporter (@BeachwoodReport) December 18, 2014
Clausen started 10 games for Carolina in 2010; he didn't play again until throwing one pass for the Bears earlier this season.— Beachwood Reporter (@BeachwoodReport) December 18, 2014
* Contract is destiny.
* David Fales.
* Todd Bowles.
* Jimmy Clausen picked the wrong week to stop sniffing glue.
* The All-22s.
50:12: We [Heart] Pau.
1:01:25: Duncan Keith, MVP.
How David Ross signed with the Cubs and Padres is beyond me. It's impressive. I'm guessing he will split time between the two clubs.— Kyle Robert (@notoriouskro) December 19, 2014
BREAKING: All baseball players acquired by Cubs, Padres, Dodgers. #SOURCE— Productive Outs (@ProductiveOuts) December 19, 2014
Keep talking Cubs. The Padres now look like NL's most improved team.— Joe Strauss (@JoeStrauss) December 19, 2014
* Adam's Ribs.
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