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By Tammy Bruce
Team Obama's bizarre behavior helps Gitmo terrorists foil justice
Topic - Pisa Tinoisamoa
Not too long ago, Lovie Smith seemed primed to be forced out of Chicago.
"The crazy thing is, I watched the Washington game (a 59-28 Eagles win), and you go to sleep with nightmares about how you're going to stop this guy," said Bears linebacker Pisa Tinoisamoa. "There are so many challenges and so much talent on their offense."
"We believe in him," Tinoisamoa said. "We believe in what he says. We believe in how he coaches. We believe it works. We've seen it work."