Fuck this Bears’ organization.

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I cannot believe the season is over after just three games. The Packers did exactly what I thought they were going to do and the game isn’t even over yet. How stupid of me to get excited about this season.

Nothing changed. The offensive line has no ability to protect Cutler. The wide receivers cannot run a route and when they actually do, they do not catch the ball. Mike Martz is a fucking idiot.

The defense is overrated and shitty. Aaron Rodgers for the 50th time it seems, had his way with the Bears’ defense. Tim Jennings has learned tremendously from Charles Tillman (Worthless) on how to be a shitty cornerback who does not know how to defend a wide receiver. FIND A RECEIVER AND STAY ON HIM YOU SON OF A BITCH. What a bunch of stupid fucks.

For the love of God, someone please fire Jerry Angelo. He is the catalyst for this entire clusterfuck of a situation. It will take a long time to get out of it but firing him soon will make the recovery process quicker. I am sick and tired of this shit.

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33 Responses to “Fuck this Bears’ organization.”

  1. Fro Dog Says:

    It’s unofficially over for the Bears this season. Here is all you need to know on why they are finished:

    1. Kellen Davis

    2. Johnny Knox not knowing how to catch.

    3. Frank Omiyale

    4. Dumb penalties

    5. Corey Graham getting a holding/block behind the back on many punt returns.

    6. The coaches

    7. Last but not least, Jerry Angelo.

  2. Yeti Says:

    297

  3. Fro Dog Says:

    So fucking what? The first drive of the game is all you need to know of how the Bears’ defense played. Sure, they made some stops and gave the team somewhat of a chance to win but who cares. They really shat themselves on numerous drives. Aaron Rodgers brought his I-Pass and ripped apart the Bears’ secondary. And what the fuck was Chris Steltz doing trying to defend Jermichael Finley? That’s how bad this has become. I am assuming Rodgers had a big smile on his face as soon as he saw that match-up.

    Did you have fun watching that game today? I sure didn’t. I have two 40 yard line seats that I bought at face value for next week and I am guessing I would have to lose money just to get rid of them. I don’t want to waste my time watching this team lose to Carolina next week. Cam Newton can’t wait to go against this defense.

  4. Yeti Says:

    I will purchase them from you, then

  5. chucky Says:

    And I guess I’m an idiot for thinking Aaron Rodgers was going to throw for 450 yards.

    He only had 298. Oh, I feel so stupid.
    ———————————————————————————–

    Here’s the rest of the schedule for this year as I see it.

    10/2 Carolina. 50/50 that the Bears win.

    10/10 @ Detroit. Monday night loss.

    10/16 Vikings. Again, 50/50.

    10/23 @ Tampa Bay in London. Loss due to jet lag.

    Bye.

    11/7 @ Eagles. Monday night loss #2.

    11/13 Detroit. Loss Lions have improved a lot.

    11/20 San Diego. Another loss.

    11/27 @ Raiders. 50/50.

    12/4 Chiefs. Should be a win.

    12/11 @ Denver. Another win.

    12/18 Seattle. I know they suck, but I don’t see the Bears winning three in a row.

    12/25 @ Green Bay. Loss. Next.

    1/1 @ Vikings. Again, 50/50.

    So, according to my thinking, stupid as I am, the Bears will at best be 6-10. And conceivably, they could go 3-13. Don’t let the game with Atlanta fool you. This team sucks. This coaching staff sucks. And the owners suck. If the Bears are to improve at all, that old bitch Virginia McCaskey has to die. As long as she’s around, this will remain the trainwreck it is now.

  6. Fro Dog Says:

    Chucky,

    If you noticed, I now have the domain at firejerryangelo.org. “Go Away Virginia McCaskey” was the runner-up in my final decision. However, I had a bad FEELING that if I had that, she would actually “go away” very soon and I would be looked at in a very bad way if you know what I mean.

    Regardless, this is going to be a train wreck as you mentioned many times in the last few months. I don’t know how stupid I could have been to think they had somewhat of a chance. I was really excited after the first game and the last two have felt like the wind was knocked right out of me.

    And Yeti, if you are serious about buying them, let me know and I’ll email you the details.

  7. Kevin Hill Says:

    Geez take Mike Mccaskey away too, this is the frigger that sold the team down the river, he seems like a panzy.

    look at this article

    Bears fans wanted changes at the top, and they are getting them–though not in the places they were expecting.

    In a surprise move, the Bears announced Wednesday that chairman of the board Michael McCaskey is retiring after the 2010 season. The 66-year old will be replaced by his younger brother George McCaskey, who has been the team’s ticket manager for many years.

    George McCaskey is well liked at Halas Hall and known to be efficient. He also has been one of the members of the team’s nine board of directors.

    Michael formerly was president of the Bears, but 12 years ago he was reassigned by his mother Virginia McCaskey to chairman of the board after Michael’s attempt to hire Dave McGinnis as head coach fell apart.

    Since he has been chairman of the board, Michael has kept an office at Halas Hall and has a part of the team’s big picture decision making. He also has been involved in numerous NFL committees and has remained active in league matters.

    Both Michael and George are scheduled to appear at a news conference at noon.

    Give George A chance Michael was trash as Chairman.

  8. Kevin Hill (@kjh71can) Says:

    Angelo is drafting/signing key positions like cornerback, safety and offensive lineman. The problem is, none of them are any good. Kellen Davis for tight end? Fucking terrible? Frank OmiGod? Awful. Carimi has been alright but he will be out for a month. Chris Spencer and Roberto Garza are playing out of position on the line and it’s becoming a problem. IS THERE NOT ONE OFFENSIVE LINEMAN FREE AGENT WHO IS OUT THERE THAT IS BETTER? NOT ONE?

    And you know what, because they fail at drafting at these positions they keep drafting safeties and DT`s and Ends all the time, this is not Jim Finks. Far from it, at least he kept putting the pieces in place in a lot tougher NFC.

  9. Yeti Says:

    Actually, I would, but it may be hard for me to swing it since I’m headed up to Chicago Friday night, only to head back the next day (for an obligation down here). So, it would be two different trips.. but email the details (I wouldn’t pay below face) and I’ll have to see what I can do.

  10. Joe Says:

    No matter what you said over the last two years, Jerry was convinced that we didn’t need to stock up on quality offensive linemen. And that, my friends, is still THE BASIC PROBLEM with this team.
    Give Cutler the line he had at Denver and the Bears current receivers–and he does better. Give him one stud receiver–like Brandon Marshall– he probably does better.
    But where the fuck do you want Forte to go with a line that can move NO ONE around?
    Ryan Grant is no better that Forte, and yet he’s running through holes and gaining yards. Hmmmm, why is that?
    When players and coaches say, we have to play better, we have to fix it, that means: they can’t. Because if they could, they would have already. That means this–the team doesn’t have enough TALENT to fix the problem. It’s a game of one-on-one match ups.
    After watching the Lions and Vikings today, I say we lose to both of them.
    Frank Omiyale–again, read his playing history on Wikipedia.
    It SCREAMS: this guy has no talent, And then Jerry gives him $14 million dollars.

    This weeks question:
    Anybody here think Hub Arkush is an idiot?
    How about Fox’s Lou Canellis, that hyperbolic, suck-up, captain-of-the-obvious that they hired for a cup of coffee and bus fare?

  11. Kevin Hill (@kjh71can) Says:

    here you are folks

    http://www.firemartz.com/

  12. genrebuster Says:

    Just remember this: as bad as it is, it could be worse.

    Exhibit A: Chicago Cubs…(barf)

  13. Kevin Hill Says:

    Problem starts at the top

    http://espn.go.com/chicago/nfl/story/_/id/7021030/chicago-bears-general-manager-jerry-angelo-needs-take-accountability

    George you are on the clock.

  14. Joe Says:

    Bless you, Michael Wilbon.
    But minus points for giving Angelo ANY credit at all.
    The success the Bears have is IN SPITE of Angelo.

    I don’t say Martz has to be fired–again, he can only use what Jerry gives him to work with–but he has to be less stubborn.
    Let Cutler call audibles.
    Roll out Cutler more.

  15. fallscountanywhere Says:

    I’m honestly waiting for Cutler to throw his helmet down the field and storm off.

    On an unrelated note, I wish Clausen was starting for the Panthers next week. I just want one good hit on him, please?

  16. Fro Dog Says:

    Heh. I actually bought the tickets for Sunday’s game because I figured Newton would have been a bust or not ready to start yet so I was thinking the Bears had a legit chance to win. The Bears are in trouble and so am I, because I still can’t sell these damn tickets and may be forced to go the game. Rumor has it that Cam Newton is going to Jewel before the game to buy an I-Pass to use on the Bears’ defense. No bueno.

  17. Joe Says:

    Good article in the Sun-Times:

    http://www.suntimes.com/sports/football/bears/7894232-606/do-you-think-jay-cutler-wishes-he-had-stayed-in-denver.html

    Title used to be how Angelo has to take the blame for a lot of this, but Hayes changed it.

  18. Jim Dovalis Says:

    Hey All,
    It’s been a little while since I posted anything. I’m glad that the football season is back in swing. You know that me, Mac and Ernie are all glad to see our Packers are healthy and playing well out of the gates.
    So, I’m coming home this evening and for whatever reason I put on WGN on the radio. Keith Moreland actually said that Alfonso Soriano has had a really good year this year. Really??? .242 & 85 RBI? All that, for the low, low price of $18M a year? Moreland is a total ruhtard!!!

    Jimmy D.

  19. jimmyd Says:

    Oh yeah. Thank God the baseball season is officially over for the Cubs after tomorrow. Now, maybe we can get rid of Kenney and Q. It’ll be interesting to see what comes of the GM position.

    Later,
    Jimmy D.

  20. genrebuster Says:

    The baseball season was officially over for the Cubs before it started…and most of us here KNEW it. As usual.

    tick FUCKING tock.

    As for Cutler….he is far from perfect (aren’t we all)…but I agree that the Bears are failing him.

    Ozzie…buh bye.

  21. Ozzhole Guillen Says:

    Who is going to miss me and my annoying rants in which everyone only understands half the shit I am saying?

  22. genrebuster Says:

    …congratulations on not having to work with Williams anymore.

  23. Pie in the Sky Says:

    Sup Jim. I just joined a few months ago. Big Packers fan here, Cubs fan too.

    As far as Mike Quade, Dempster goes 119 pitches (No idea why) and gives up 9 earned runs. Quade, how many times do you have to keep a pitcher in for too long before you take him out? Geez.

  24. chucky Says:

    119 pitches? What the fuck was Quade trying to do? Save the bullpen for the playoffs? Jesus what a goddamn moron.

  25. Theo Epstein Says:

    Mr,Ricketts, please call me, I need a new job!

  26. Pie in the Sky Says:

    Chucky –

    Seriously man. So sick of his shit. Dempster had given up 5 runs before 4 innings were completed (He passed 200 when they were 3 1/3 in).

    The sad part was the sixth inning. 5-2 with 2 outs. He allows 2 straight singles and a walk. Bases loaded and over 110 pitches. Quade does nothing. BOOM grand slam. Quade FINALLY pulls him at 9-2 with 119 pitches but game is basically over.

  27. genrebuster Says:

    Quade is a damned fool, a idiot. He will be the guest of honor at Dusty’s Thanksgiving banquet dinner.

    Somebody let me know when Quade and Kenney are gone; they are going nowhere until that happens.

    Mr. Epstein, are you sure you want the job in Chicago?

  28. genrebuster Says:

    20 games under .500. They did it!!

    Lo and behold, the Cardinals are in. Like it or not, that organizations makes the Cubs look even more PATHETIC than they are.

    Ricketts: WAKE UP YOU IDIOT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    104 years.

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    BARF.

  29. genrebuster Says:

    “organization”…sorry again, Mitch.

    Wait till next year.

  30. Nemo Says:

    I am sure that Carlos Marmol reads this column, so I would like to send him a big personal FUCK YOU!!!! for blowing that game in St. Louis last weekend. Cocksucker, you should spend October here among all the giddy Cardinal fans, you pathetic loser!!!

  31. jimmyd Says:

    Nemo,

    Don’t forget about the 2 games earlier in the season when Q decided to pitch to Albert Pujols to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory?

    Jimmy D.

  32. Kevin Hill Says:

    Same Wyche for OC

  33. Kevin Hill Says:

    Sam Wyche I meant to say, used to coach under Walsh.

SHOW DA FIRE AND PASSION, MY FRENDT!

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