The Hubble sees nothing but a black hole where an offense should be and injuries decimating a defense that was showing promise. The stars are obscured by clouds of noxious gasses emanating from another poor offensive game plan, weak play calling, and countless mistakes.
A near by planet which looks about 5'5" tall and wears a Chicago Bears visor appears to be breaking up and I predict it will not last long at this rate. Maybe 'til January but probably no longer. And lastly the Sun which controls this solar system has lost over half it's attraction. It's an old sun. Maybe too old.
The view we once had on a winning season appears to be nothing more than cluster**** of three younger stars who can't seem to shed enough light to even be seen without the Hubble. It's quite possible the best that could happen now is for the Hubble to escape to an alternate universe before it gets sucked into that massive, ugly, gaping black hole we call our football team.
If is true that Soldier Field really is a space ship in disguise someone please let me know when it's ready to embark for Mars. I'd like to book a seat and I don't even care if it's a one way ride.
I didn't get to watch the hole game, nor hear any of the announcers talk about it, but you didn't have to. I was sitting in a bar w/coworkers, 2 of which were Philly fans and they were distraught about the 1/2 score. I told them don't worry, the Bears are incapable of making 1/2 time adjustments and the will get the doors blown off them in the 2nd 1/2.