Marshawn Kramer, wife of former-Bears quarterback Erik Kramer, knew something was wrong with her husband late Sunday night as he watched NBC's Sunday Night Football. The former gunslinger seemed upset as he watched the Bears trounce the Seattle Seahawks from his recliner at his home.
If there were any doubters that the Bears were for real after three games, they smothered any reservations with a dominating 37-6 win over the defending NFC Champion Seattle Seahawks.
Seattle Seahawks running back Shaun Alexander proclaimed a miracle Tuesday, saying his injured foot had been healed, simply by prayer. Later that day, his prayers were met by thousands of others from Bears fans who were wishing Alexander wouldn't be able to play, leaving God a tough choice to make prior to Alexander's CT scan on Wednesday.
Andy Dao, owner of the fantasy football team "Andy's Daominators," said he plans to support his star wide receiver Terrell Owens through this tough time in his life. He held a press conference at team headquarters, which double as his studio apartment in Lakeview.
Seattle Seahawks coach Mike Holmgren should be paying attention to his team's marquee match up with the Bears this weekend, but he's instead focused on his on-going paternity suit. Holmgren's legal parents, Barbara and Lincoln, are in a custody battle over the coach with an Alaskan Walrus, named Wally.
At a site traditionally seen as a house of horrors and a really ugly one at that, the Bears pulled out a rare win at the Metrodome Sunday. The defense came up big as usual. Adawale Ogunleye recovered a Chester Taylor fumble to set up a last-minute Rex Grossman 24-yard strike to Rashied Davis for a 19-16 win. The Bears (3-0) took sole possession of first in the NFC North with the win.