I said I was going to have an article on the Bears this week but have been really busy and won’t get to it until next week. I want to wish everyone a Happy New Year and here’s to praying that big changes are ahead for the Chicago Bears.
Archive for December, 2011
Well, the Bears have officially been eliminated from playoff contention. Josh McCown wasn’t too terrible but the so-called “great defense” that some of the idiots who come to this site argue about sure showed how great they are. Aaron Rodgers did what he “said” he was going to do by kicking the shit out of the Bears. I believe he led the Packers to four consecutive drives for touchdowns. I said in the previous thread that Zack Bowman has no business wearing an NFL uniform. I think most of you guys will agree that it is very embarrassing to be a Bears’ fan right now.
I’ll write my thoughts for the offseason later on in the week. Although if you want an idea of what I am going to say, just go to the archives of this site and read what I wrote the last couple years after the season ended on what the Bears should do when the draft/free agency arrives.
That’s it for the Bears’ talk. Monday night, I’ll be at WWE Raw at the Allstate Arena. I don’t give a damn if it’s scripted (IT’S STILL REAL TO ME DAMNIT!). At least I can go a wrestling event or watch it on TV and not be pissed off like I am with the Bears or any of my other favorite teams.
As every year goes by, I cannot tell how much more I appreciate the support all of you guys have given this site over the last six or so years. Some of us have been there from the start and lately, we have welcomed some newer folks to the group. Happy holidays to you and your families. Thank you everybody.
Hello Bears fans. Aren’t you all happy to see me again on Sunday night? I will say that after Kyle Orton of all people, defeated us, you can be damn sure that I am pissed off. In fact, I am going to take all my frustrations out on your guys’ favorite football team on Christmas night. Speaking of taking out frustrations, anybody read this story? I wonder what’s wrong with some of the people who cheer for me!
I’ll tell you why I love playing the Bears so much. It’s so easy for me to sit back in the pocket, have a good five-ten seconds to throw and more importantly, find my receivers wide open down the field. I know I am missing a receiver or two because of injury but I tell you what. Coach McCarthy and the rest of the organization are so good at finding players to back them up, that it will still be a can of corn to play the same way. And to play the Bears, man! You realize how easy this will be? Remember the NFC Championship game? I lead my team down the field on the first two possessions thanks to the Bears’ cornerbacks and safeties not covering my receivers. I could have scored at least two more in the first half alone, but I forgot that Brian Urlacher is still on the field and he is pretty good. No worries though Bears’ fans. If nobody is open this Sunday for me to throw to on a particular play, I’ll just “discount double-check” my way to a couple of touchdowns.
So with all that being said, anybody want to guess what the score will be? I’ll go one further and ask if anybody wants to predict what the score will be at halftime? If the Bears’ defense is as favorable to me as it was the last two times I played them, I’ll say 24-0. Don’t get too excited though. I am still very pissed that my team was defeated by the Chiefs on Sunday, that I may want to run up the score just to make a statement. Charles Tillman and Tim Jennings are still your cornerbacks? Who are the safeties again? This should be fun. I can’t wait!
I have to say, from how the Chicago Bulls went out in the playoffs last year, I was actually looking forward to a year off from them. I was exhausted and very pissed. Regardless, it’s back. The Bulls officially signed Richard Hamilton. I think he’s a good addition and can give the Bulls 15 points or so a game. This also means that Keith
Bogans Bogus can suck for another team by averaging one point per game in a starting role.
Whatever else is on your mind, feel free to discuss.
That’s all it is. Marion Barber fucking the game up? Stupid penalties? Nope. It’s all suppose to be set up that way. Believe in it or not, that’s the way it is.
Fuck the recap. Fuck the Chicago Bears.
Fuck this. Fuck it all. When Tyler fucking Palko throws a Hail Mary pass for a touchdown, you know your team is going to lose. Everything that could go wrong, did go wrong. Let me see if I can recap this piss fest.
Caleb Hanie: Sucked.
Offensive line: Sucked.
Roy Williams: Fuck you and your piss hands. When Hanie was actually throwing completions, you fuck up the most important one.
Matt Forte: FUCKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK!
Mike Martz: Dumb ass.
Robbie Gould: Nice job shanking that easy field goal in the second half. Like it mattered anyway.
Chris Conte: When Brian Urlacher is ready to intercept a Hail Mary pass that decides who is going to win the game, you get the fuck out of the way. Instead, you put knock the ball right into Dexter McClusterfuck’s hands.
Even if the Bears do make the playoffs, what’s going to happen? Cutler and Forte (As it appears) are out for the season.