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Bears still 0-for-third quarter

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The Bears still have yet to score a point in the third quarter, which doesn't seem to bode well for Mike Martz's ability to make halftime adjustments, although Martz did make effective in-game adjustments against the Cowboys and Redskins.

"Believe me, we're working to correct that," Bears coach Lovie Smith said. "And we're getting closer. ... We're going to continue to work. I just think the odds say we're going to get that part taken care of."

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" I just think the odds say we're going to get that part taken care of."

That perfectly sums up Lovie's philosophy of coaching. Don't try to adjust your schemes for the talent that you have, or for the teams you'll play against. Instead, keep doing the same thing and by the law of averages it will eventually work. Just like that blind squirrel who eventually finds a nut once in a while.

Time for Melton in the backfield.

A direct result of being out coached at halftime.

And now, a word from Lovie Smith Ladies and Gentleman.

What a bunch of garbage.

Hey Sean, this is a little off subject but I heard that Mike McCaskey was going to retire at the end of this year. Is there any truth to this?

Up Rooted,

Yeah, that was announced back around the time the Bear's had their 3 ring circus act with Phillips, Angelo, and Lovie. I can't remember which of the clan is taking over. I think it might be George. I know some might be more optimistic than me, but in my opinion, it's still a McCaskey.

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