As-Salaam-Alaikum brothers Muhsin Muhammad and Bernard Berrian.
In an act of passive resistance against the continued usage of Bears' QB Rex Grossman as the starter (which can only be attibuteable to the fair color of his skin), brothers Muhammad and Berrian did all they could to try to ensure the quick departure of the Bears from the playoffs.
On what was an important second half drive, Grossman (btw, perfect name for a white devil) threw a pass to Muhammad. Brother Muhammad initiated his protest by promptly taking a thoroughly catchable ball and volleying it with his shoulder into the waiting arms of the Seahawks' defender. At that moment, it seemed to perfectly stall a potential scoring drive at a most important instant of the game.
However, in what can only be presumed was an act to show support for his white devil brethren, San Diego QB Phillip Rivers (a native of Alabama.....enough said) quickly returned the ball to the Bears' possession.
Enter brother Berrian. Witness an out of body experience, as somehow Grossman threw a pass right on the money and in stride to brother Berrian. Berrian responded with the football equivalent of saying "Black and Proud" by dropping a sure touchdown.
Brothers Muhammad and Berrian gave their best efforts in an attempt to protest the continued patronization of the albumen hued quarterback forced on them by the powers that be.
Does anyone believe that if Grossman was named Kareem Harris or Rashad Smith the Bears would have stuck with him for this long?
To brothers Mohammad and Berian, we appreciate your efforts and are as saddened as you are that your team won. We look forward to next week and watching you display the same passive resistance techniques of protest against the Saints.