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Week 7 Redskins at Bears Pre-Game Open Thread

Insert gratuitous picture of opponent's cheerleaders here.
Insert gratuitous picture of opponent's cheerleaders here.

It's Game day, folks, and time to step up and take out a weak Washington Redskins team.

Wait, that's not right.

This may be the beginning of a pretty tough journey for our heroes. The Redskins come to Chicago with a 3-3 record and a strong shot at challenging for the NFC East title. Our Bears come in 4-2 with some nagging little injuries beginning to pile up, and an offensive line that just may be made out of clouds.

As always, or for at least the past 3 weeks, we'll have your quarterly game threads available for you. The first will be up a little before kickoff. In the mean-time, feel free to congregate here, discuss your food, your pre-game rituals, and check out the den that I put behind the jump for you.

Oh, and also, a big chunk of the nation should see this game. Here's the TV maps.


Bears set to battle McNabb, Redskins - The company line to start your day.

Bears' Urlacher goes from explosion to corrosion - OH NO, BRIAN'S HURT. WE'RE DONE FOR!!>!>! WHARGARRBL

Butkus, Sayers decry dangerous shots by today's defensive players - The old guard is concerned about some of the hits happening on defenseless players.

NFL stats: Squeezin' is pleasin' - Who is writing headlines over at the Bright One?

Lance Briggs: Chicago Bears linebacker Lance Briggs hopes to age gracefully - Your body is a temple. Mine's like a temple of double cheeseburgers and onion rings. Lance, however, is a prime physical specimen.

Mike Martz: Can Chicago Bears offensive coordinator make necessary adjustments? - Can he? Yes. Will he? I can honestly say I have no idea.

Chicago Bears: Michael McCaskey Q&A - He looks like Emperor Palpatine.

Bears Notebook: The tight end disappearing act - Well, he's not catching the ball. And he's certainly not blocking. So where's Charmin?