Why are the leaders of the Bears idiots?


Well, the lockout has finally ended. So that means it’s time for Jerry Angelo to once again, publicly display his stupidity. It’s also time for me to discuss the upcoming season for our beloved Chicago Bears. Even though the Bears won the division and nearly won the NFC Championship game, I didn’t feel good about the team at all and with good reason. Their deficiencies came back to haunt them when it mattered the most. This upcoming season, I see more problems arising.

First off, I am aware of the team getting rid of Brad Maynard, Greg Olsen and Brandon Manumaleuseless. The only one I find a bit frustrating was Olsen. I thought he could have been a lot better if used wisely. After moRon Turner was mercifully let go, I had a little glimpse of confidence that Mike Martz would be better. I was wrong on that too. Mike Martz has been nothing short of awful. That also goes on Lovie Smith and Jerry Angelo but more on those clowns later. Mike Martz is just a piece of what is going to ruin this team’s chances. I can’t even explain all of the garbage he has done wrong and what Smith and Mike Tice had to do to get him to run the ball more. But the way I see it, he will return to his old-self and it’s going to be trouble for Jay Cutler. Mike Martz’s idiocy can be summed up in two words: Todd Collins. If that asshole thought Todd Collins was better than Caleb Hanie last year, then I have zero faith in this upcoming Bears’ team.

Then there is the inept Jerry Angelo and the delusional Lovie Smith. Angelo on one hand is the guy responsible for signing off on all decisions made by Smith and Martz to make this team better. He also has proven to be shitty by making draft picks and also screwing over other teams during the draft. On the other hand, Lovie will continue to spew out his “thoughts” on the Bears during every press conference. Once again, zero faith in these guys.

If the Bears want to get better, they should make the right choice and try to get some better players in free agency. It seems like Olin Kruetz is out the door so a center and another guard is important for the line. If those two problems don’t get solved, Cutler will be in a wheelchair by week three. It would be nice if they could get a wide receiver who can actually jump up and grab a ball along with knowing how to run a route properly. On the defensive side, well, you know what’s coming here. Can we please get a cornerback who knows how to cover a receiver? Is that too much to ask for? Nnamdi Asomougha is out there and I don’t give a damn how much he is going to get overpaid. I do not want to see the dynamic duo of Tim Jennings and Charles Tillman (Fuck you) out there ever again. That’s why the Bears lost in the NFC Championship game last year. That is as shitty as it can get. This “Cover Two (Who?)” defense is about as worthless as a used diaper.

Sure, there’s still time for the Bears to get better but I am not banking on it. The way I see it though, the Bears aren’t going to be good as their 11-5 record last year.

If anybody else has any thoughts, feel free to add them. If Irish Yeti is reading this, put your stats on another site.

18 Responses to “Why are the leaders of the Bears idiots?”

  1. chucky Says:

    Fro……Just keep in mind what happened at the end of the season(the NFC title game) and my comments after that game.

    chucky Says:

    January 23, 2011 at 5:59 pm
    Jimmy…..Congratulations. I must say this, the Packers wanted it a hell of a lot more than the Bears. From our end that was one shitty game.

    I have one more thing to say. This entire season Lovie Smith and his fucking goon squad pulled one of his oldest cards out of his deck. He coached himself just barely enough into another contract extention. He was on safe ground because of the possible work stoppage next year. They wouldn’t have made a change if they were not going to be playing. But mark my words, that arrogant, incompetent piece of shit lands a new contract based on getting this team to the NFC title game. And he doesn’t fucking deserve it. Quite honestly, I wish the Bears had lost every fucking game this year.


    So what exactly does that mean for this year? At best a 6-10 record, probably 4-12. Lovie will not only be the laziest motherfucker out there, but he’ll OD on the stupid pills. This is going to be an ugly year for football. This has happened every goddamned time that idiot got an extension.

  2. Fork Says:

    The Bears can’t hit free throws.

  3. Fro Dog Says:


    As much as I want you to be wrong, I think you are right. It does happen every time he gets an extension. It’s beyond frustrating. Of course he is the one to point the finger at the most because he can overrule plays/decisions made by the other coaches and he didn’t.

    If you think about it, the Bears last year with the exception of the early injuries of Cutler and Briggs, they were damn near 100% healthy. If those guys were out any significant time, they probably aren’t even in the playoffs. That’s where I am pissed off the most. The Packers had a roster full of players that were out for the season and yet, they win the Super Bowl. It’s pathetic that Jerry Angelo cannot draft players and sign others to be somewhat decent backups.

  4. CT Says:

    “I do not want to see the dynamic duo of Tim Jennings and Charles Tillman (Fuck you) out there ever again. That’s why the Bears lost in the NFC Championship game last year.”

    I’m going to regret this, but Fro, explain to me how it was Charles Tillman’s fault that the Bears lost the NFC title game, despite the defense giving up two touchdowns, both of which came on the ground.

  5. Fro Dog Says:

    I will explain.

    Aaron Rodgers on those first two drives led them down the field for two touchdowns. They did score those touchdowns on the ground to my knowledge. But I sure remember what happened before them. The Packers get the ball around their own 30, Rodgers throws about two or three passes and each for around 20-25 yards. There were also two more drives in the first half alone that Rodgers marched them down the field only to have the Bears get lucky and get the ball back. It could have been four easy touchdowns and it was all on the secondary for playing their glorious “Cover Who?” defense.

    By the way, I just read that the Bears signed former Cowboys Roy Williams and Sam Hurd who went to NIU.

  6. Yeti Says:

    It could have been 4 TDs? That’s why Tillman(Fuck Yes) lost the game? I don’t like to use this unironically, but…….

    L O L

  7. Robert Says:

    Matt spaeth will lead your team in dropped balls

  8. chucky Says:

    I fucking hate people who use “LOL”. if you’re too goddamned lazy to type out full words don’t fucking bother posting.

  9. Fro Dog Says:


    I am going to take a wild guess and say that you didn’t watch that game. If you did or even looked at the box score (like you have done so well), you would know that on the two drives the Bears stopped the Packers from scoring another touchdown were interceptions by Briggs and Urlacher. So Tillman (Fuck you), had no part in it.

  10. Yeti Says:

    But I thought they lost the game because of Tillman (Fuck Yes)? Now you’re saying he had no part of it? Mind. Blown.

  11. Fro Dog Says:

    Tillman (Fuck you) and the entire secondary fucked that game away as I mentioned in the post. They were the factor on the first two drives when Rodgers had the entire field open. Only interceptions by Briggs and Urlacher prevented it from getting even worse.

    You are horrible at arguing with and you refuse to admit you’re wrong.

  12. chucky Says:

    Yeti….You’re beginning to make me wish that the lockout hadn’t ended.

  13. Yeti Says:

    A defense (which includes the secondary) that holds a quarterback to a 55 rating in a game did a goof job. That’s just my opinion though

  14. chucky Says:

    Unless that quarterback just had a bad day all by himself. If you don’t believe that can happen, just ask Todd Collins.

  15. Pie in the Sky Says:

    If I’m not mistaken, the Briggs interception was sort of fluky because Donald Driver dropped it? The Urlacher interception was probably the worst interception I’ve ever seen Rodgers throw. Even a FG there makes it 17-0 and leads to a blowout.

    Jermichael Finley is the one guy who can really hurt the Bears. He didn’t even play in the final two games. If Finley and either Ryan Grant or James Starks are both healthy at the same time, the Bears defense would be severely mismatched IMO.

  16. Fro Dog Says:

    All this talk about Todd Collins and the shitty play calling in the championship game makes me want to punch Mike Martz right in his fucking face. I’ll say it again: I am still fucking pissed about that game. I’ll move on when the Bears win the Super Bowl.

  17. Yeti Says:

    No you won’t.

  18. Typo Police Says:

    Yeti-goof job?


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