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The Blue & Orange Kool-Aid Report: Jay Dates

Former Bear Tommie Harris was arrested Monday for allegedly urinating outside of a Wrigleyville bar.

It was the first time Harris has produced a sack in Chicago since 2010.

Fifty Shades Of Jay
"I wish they would've gotten the clip on the end of the game when he smacked me on the rear end," offensive coordinator Mike Tice said. "And I smacked him back, but they didn't show that one."

Later Cutler alternated between tearfully shouting "See what you made me do!" and "I can change, I swear!"




Mopey Jay vs. Sad Keanu.


Jay Cutler and some baby with K-Cav.

Doctor's Orders
Take two Bears OLs and call him Monday morning.

Judging The Jaguars
The Bears are a road favorite - they opened giving four and the line has already moved to five-and-a-half - for the first time since a December 2010 against the Vikings, according to the Florida Times-Union.

Jacksonville, meanwhile, is a home dog for the ninth time in 10 games.

So that's a pretty solid endorsement for the Bears and a lot of confidence that the Jaguars continue to suck.

It's hard to see the Bears blowing this one.

Kool-Aid (4 Out Of 5 Pitchers)
The Bears should win this game, the Bears should be 4-1 at the bye and the Bears should give us all a reason to feel good for two weeks.

Bears 28
Jaguars 6


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Posted on Nov 26, 2021