noun- a very good but highly error-prone quarterback. Tends to throw as many interceptions in a game as he does touchdown passes. If he keeps this up, the Bears will not go too far into the playoffs, let alone the Super Bowl. Don't get me wrong, though- I love the guy to death, but he MUST do better than this.
1.) A 2006 game against the Arizona Cardinals: a pitiful first half performance by Rex Grossman, during which the Cardinals capitalized and got a 20-0 halftime lead. The only things that saved his ass were the Chicago defense, which scored three touchdowns in the second half, and a botched Arizona field goal at the end. Lucky bastard. The Bears barely won 24-23
2.) Another game in 2006 against the Dolphins, who, before the game, were one of the worst teams in the league. Grossman had to have thrown at least three interceptions that game. A terrible performance. The Bears get crushed 31-13
3.) Another 2006 game verse the Patriots. There was less than a minute to go in regulation when Tom Brady throws an interception and the Bears take over with adequate field position. A touchdown on this drive would make Grossman a hero, and what does he do? He throws an interception. Once again, the game is in his hands and he makes a very costly mistake. A sub-par performance for both quarterbacks. The Bears lose 17-13
noun (pronounced "awe-sim-i-tee")- Characteristic of being awesome, like when your favorite team wins the big game.
"Did you catch that game last night that went into overtime?"
"Yeah- it was pure awesomeity."
verb (pronounced "awe-si-mize")- to make awesome. Can be used universally, although it was first used by one of my buddies when Peyton Manning threw a touchdown pass during a 2006 game against the Washington Redskins.
"Did you see that? Peyton Manning just awesomeized that play."