Bears Set To Unleash, Attack Visiting Cowboys

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Oct 28, 2012; Arlington, TX, USA; Dallas Cowboys nose tackle Jay Ratliff prior to the game against the New York Giants at Cowboys Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports



Anyone heard of the Bears’ newest defensive weapon, Jeremiah Ratliff?  Sounds familiar but not quite the same.  Is that Jay’s younger brother or cousin?

Nope, that’s the turncoat himself.  He’s now disguising his identity (the one used his entire NFL career) in a pathetic attempt to hush the controversy.

Jay (and his agent) told Dallas management on October 16th that he couldn’t play this year, which prompted his release by the team.  On November 6th he signed with the Bears, and on December 1st he took the field against the Minnesota Vikings.

Less than 2 months after he scurried out of town on a lie, Cowboys fans prepare to meet the miraculously healed Jeremiah Ratliff.

Jeremiah is very much in our present plans. We were pleased with his level of productivity during his limited number of reps he had versus the Vikings. We’re looking forward to him being able to contribute more total plays as he rounds back into playing shape. — Chicago GM Phil Emery

In regards to Monday, Mackenzy Bernadeau better be fully prepared to feel the wrath of a fiery, healthy Ratliff.  Jay is preaching this is just another game, but Cowboys fans know it’s another of the many times he says one thing and does another.

Bernadeau is not the quickest of guards and Ratliff is known for his sudden, powerful explosion off the snap.  Hopefully the Cowboys have some screens and draws in mind to take advantage of Jay’s over-aggression.

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