Well the Bears had to lose at some point. It might as well have been Sunday night against the Giants. Everything that could go wrong did go wrong in this one. Just absolutely PATHETIC all around. It’s once again a bit late for yours truly so I’ll try to make this quick. Feel free to add anything I may have missed.
Offense: We all saw this coming. Jay Cutler gets killed. You figure after the first 300 times he was hit this season, that there would be a time where he would have been knocked out with a concussion. He was sacked about 35 times in the first half and hit about another 15 times. Of course, I am exaggerating that a bit but he got hit just about everytime he dropped back. Some weren’t his fault and some were because he took a lot of time trying to look down field. However, knowing that the offensive line sucks big time, he should have known better. Now there is a good chance he is going to be out at least a couple of weeks. And even with that, where was the Martz adjustment in this game? We saw a big adjustment in the game against the Cowboys but it seemed that nothing changed in this one.
Todd Collins: This guy fucking sucks. How stupid can the Bears be to sign this guy? There was a reason why nobody else wanted him. When he got knocked the fuck out late in the game, I yelled “Thank God”. I don’t ever want to see this ass clown in the game for the Bears again.
Caleb Hanie: Now I have been on the Caleb Hanie bandwagon since he got here but he was not much better. He threw one good pass to Knox that left us fans one last shot to think they could make a game of this. Then on 4th on 18, he throws a five yard pass to the flat. What. The. Fuck. Nice going. Good luck next week. And the week after. And the week after that…
Defense: The defense actually played pretty well in this game with the exception of the two touchdown drives. Julius Peppers had a great game forcing pressure on Manning and blocking some passes. The defense also caused three turnovers which should have been enough had the offense actually scored points.
So here are the Bears still in first place at 3-1. This is the same record they had last year at this time. So if history tells you anything, there is a good chance they could tank which is quite possible. The Panthers are next. They haven’t won a game yet but I am sure the fans down there are really excited to see the Bears come to town next week.