Exclamation point on a dismal season.


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.

27 Responses to “Exclamation point on a dismal season.”

  1. chucky Says:

    I heard a clip this morning from Doug and OBs show last night. Doug was pissed off that 3 or 4 guys were laughing and joking on the sideline. One of them was Caleb Hanie. Doug was really pissed that with the post season on the line that these guys weren’t paying attention to the game, or taking it seriously.

    He correctly pointed out that this falls on bald head of Lovie Smith. The notion of the head coach being the players buddy or the players liking and respecting Smith has been exposed. IT DOESN”T FUCKING WORK! I’m not saying we need to return to days of Ditka, or even a screaming. froathing-at-the-mouth head coach. We need a coach who worries about game play, attitude, and not so much about being their goddamn friend. Smith is a proven failure and a proven loser. All the stats in the world will not change that.

    Remember when Lovie said after the first Detroit game “this wasn’t a must win” for them? Still feel that way, asshole?

    I can’t wait for the Score to upload the podcast of the postgame show. That had to be a great show.

  2. chucky Says:

    By the way, I’ll bet Caleb Hanie will out of the league next season.

  3. genrebuster Says:

    I watched a lot of the game. McCown did a fine job, given the circumstances. I’ll take him over Hanie anyday. The defense was terrible, especially given Green bay’s “makeshift” offensive line. Bell ran well, too (fumbles aside).

    You can take this to the bank: Lovie Smith is a LOSER. And with Angelo in the mix, it is obvious that the McCaskey’s are clueless…or jut don’t give a crap about WINNING.

    What a lost season…completely unnecessary but this is what happens when you have complete idiots in important positions on the payroll. It starts at the top.

    In the Bear’s case, “the top is the toilet”.

  4. genrebuster Says:

    from http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2011/football/nfl/wires/12/26/2020.ap.fbn.patchwork.packers.0175/index.html

    GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) – So much for the notion that Aaron Rodgers’ health would be at risk behind the Green Bay Packers’ banged-up offensive line.

    With the Packers missing three of their top four tackles because of injuries and only two offensive line starters playing the same positions they were in Week 1, the patchwork Packers held the Chicago Bears’ defense at bay in a 35-21 victory on Sunday night.

    Rodgers wasn’t sacked and threw five touchdowns, allowing Green Bay to clinch home-field advantage throughout the NFC playoffs and knock Chicago out of playoff contention. Rodgers noted afterward that he “barely got touched out there.”

  5. chucky Says:

    What more proof is needed that the Bears need a complete overhaul, from top to bottom. Goddamnit, this was a patched up o-line they went up against. And they didn’t do jack-shit to stop it.

    Lovie: “We like our team. We’re happy with our teams progress.”

    Angelo: “Mark, go whistle Dixie.”

    Chucky: “Both of you assholes can fuck yourselves.”

  6. chucky Says:

    Fro…..How was it last night? I looked for you but couldn’t see you. Did you have your signs with you?

  7. Fro Dog Says:


    I was on the very far left of the camera and had a few good shots. I didn’t make signs because I thought I was too far on the left and out of the camera. I was kind of kicking myself because they did show me many times from a far but if I had my signs, you would have noticed. I have near front row seats for Smackdown! in February in Rockford. I will for sure make some signs for that one.

    After the show ended, half the crowd left and they had a dark match between Miz and Punk. I was able to get ringside and I have on video of Punk coming towards us and giving high-fives to everyone including myself. It was pretty cool. The crowd wasn’t as hostile as the last few times. I am guessing it was because of the holiday but the place was still sold out.

  8. Joe Says:

    McCown was okay but he also had a back with 121 yards and some receivers that somehow got open. 1 TD, 2 INT, 76 passer rating.
    ANOTHER Bears mistake: Bell should have always been the #2 back. Let’s just get this season over with and work on getting Angelo and Lovie and Maniac Mike Martz outta here.

    And Chuckie–I bet Hanie winds up on another team with better management and coaching (pick one) and does just fine….like Orton and Grossman, two other QBs run out of town by the futility of the Angelo & Lovie system.

  9. Payton J Pickett Says:

    “Bears expected to keep Angelo, make “significant moves”

    Posted by Gregg Rosenthal on December 26, 2011, 5:36 PM EST

    Bears fans wanting change after a depressing end to the 2011 season are likely to be disappointed.

    Lovie Smith certainly isn’t going anywhere. All signs point towards G.M. Jerry Angelo sticking around as well.

    CSNChicago.com’s John Mullin writes that Angelo will be back in 2012 “barring a monumental shift of Halas Hall thinking.”

    Mullin has spoken to various sources within the organization that point to a couple key factors regarding Angelo’s status.

    Angelo has already been deeply involved in 2012 planning. That likely wouldn’t happen if Angelo was truly a “lame duck” about to leave. Mullin also points to Angelo’s “excellent” relationship with the Bears’ new Chairman George McCaskey.

    It’s believed the Bears want to gear back up for a title run next year with a healthy Jay Cutler at quarterback. Angelo will reportedly be given the resources to make “significant moves again” this offseason.

    At some point, the Urlacher-Lovie-Angelo era will have to end. But this doesn’t look like a franchise that is ready to blow things up anytime soon.

    Source is profootballtalk/nbc sports


  10. chucky Says:

    If they’re that goddamned stupid they don’t deserve any support….from anybody.

    Ginny, if you’re reading this, FUCK YOU, YOU OLD SENILE BITCH!!!!!!

  11. Fro Dog Says:

    Speaking of the old senile bitch:

    Anybody see her during the game wishing everyone Merry Christmas, then seeing her in a booth at Lambeau? I am sure most of us who saw that wanted to put our hands through the TV and slap her around.

    Also, anybody notice during the game when our friend Yeti posted “I thought it was suppose to be 24-0 at halftime?”.Then when Rodgers decided to tell himself he was Aaron Rodgers, he disappeared? What a penis.

  12. Pie in the Sky Says:

    Charles Tillman = Pro Bowl CB.

  13. Payton J Pickett Says:

    Watch the first ‘significant move’ be trading Forte and the 1s round pick for Donte Stallworth

  14. Matt Stairs Superfan Says:

    Fro…Yeti is busy with his friends and their circle jerks over at BCB (or is it HJE?). Knowing how him and his buddies act when they post here, you can bet they have nothing else better to talk about other than what we post here.

  15. Fro Dog Says:


    I am sure most of us are aware that those idiots do that on a daily basis. I guess we’re that important that they have to include us in their daily conversations.


    If Angelo reads this site, don’t give him any ideas! Jerry will probably do that because he’s a dumbass. I don’t trust him making any draft picks and if he does stick around, that will add another year or two of futility.

  16. philtration Says:

    Do you feel it?
    That dull, numbing ache on the side of your head followed by a sleepy feeling of disconnect?

    That is the result of yet another rambling, confusing, inconstant explanation of another wasted Bears season from Jerry Angelo & Lovie Smith.
    Lots of spin.
    Lots of double talk.
    Lots of well rehearsed cliches left over from the 2009 train wreck.
    It never changes.
    They don’t have to change because the team’s owners do not get it and they buy this watered down muck. It is just what they want to hear.
    The team makes money so how can it be broken?

    Waiting for Jerry and Lovie to move on after their contracts run out in a couple of years?
    Angelo has already picked his pal Tim Ruskell to be his replacement and the McMorons will be gratefully that good ol Jerry saved them the trouble of hiring a new guy.
    How nice of him!
    Maybe Marinelli or Tice can become the next head coach after the 2013 season!

    All is well at the McCaskey Cafe and chefs Jerry & Lovie are serving up another plate of poop sandwichs.

  17. Robert labuda Says:

    I spent about ten minutes researching jerry angelos first round draft picks during that horrific showing on Christmas day.

    Needless to say he had two remaining first round picks still on the team during his “decade of destruction”. Chris Williams and gabe. Both of which are new picks both of which are not panning out to be solid nfl starters (gabe is turning out to be Marc colombo all over again)

    The bears organization can not, I repeat can not allow Jerry Angelo to be in charge of another draft class. He has proven time an time again that he is a terrible judge of talent and his ten year tenure has proven he simply in over his head.

    The definition of instantly is trying to do the same thing over and over again expecting different results. Well bears fans it’s time to stand up for our city and do what is best. We must force Angelo to either resign or retire.

    For that matter the coaching pool has so much talent waiting to be picke up. How could we possibly pass on John Gruden?

    It’s long overdue for a change up at Halas hall. Angelo smith and the entire cast must go.

  18. genrebuster Says:

    I feel it philtration…you and labuda hot the nailo on the head.

    The McCaskey’s are idiots…they certainly don’t deserve my support and they don’t have it.

    I’ll find another team to pull for until Angelo and Lovie are GONE.

    That’s all I have to say about the Bears…time for me to move on.

  19. genrebuster Says:

    sorry for the typo… “nail”

  20. Robert labuda Says:

    Thanks genre buster. I had a few typos in my previous post as well

    Point is. We as true fans who spend our time each Sunday.. Who pay attention in the offseason… We who spend the money which makes the entire cast over at Halas hall rich while the rest of us work hard just to support our families….. We derserve better

    We derserve to know that our team will be given the best chance to put a winning product on the field. And it has been proven that Angelo and lovie are part of the problem and not part of the solution.

    How much longer are we going to keep charging head first into brick walls hoping and praying that we will break through to a super bowl win just to end up back where we are now. Sub par or at 500.

    Enough is enough a change must made. We can’t be sold this garbage that Halas hall keeps feeding us. Fire Lovie and Angelo and bring in proven talent that will bring this great franchise and city back to a championship contender year in and year out. Give the city of chicago what it rightfully deserves.

  21. chucky Says:

    Damn! Well said, Robert. There is nothing that needs to be added to that.

  22. Robert Says:

    Roy williams wants to come back cause he said he makes plays

  23. chucky Says:

    Reporter: ‘‘Do you plan to bring Mike Martz back?’’

    Lovie Baker: ‘‘What kind of question is that anyway?’’ he said. ‘‘At this time, what kind of question is that? Why would you ask a question like that anyway?’’

    It’s a legitimate question, dipshit. Why don’t you fucking answer it? Because you’re an arrogant asshole who can’t EVER admit when you’re fucking wrong. Isn’t that it? When was the last time you admitted that you fucked something up? That’s right. NEVER!!

    FUCK YOU “LOVIE”, you arrogant, pompous goddamned cocksucker!

  24. Raymond Says:

    I am a Bears fan living in Cleveland, and I am so glad that you guys have started this site. It is refreshing to find a place that we can express our disgust over this team’s management. The fact is, at best, Jerry Angelo is a decent scout and way over his head managing a team. And also, the fact is, Smith is way over his head coaching a team in NFL. I mean, how many times do we have to see our first round draft go completely bust? Or how many times do we have to see the wide open field in the so-called cover-2 scheme? In modern day NFL, no talent on the defensive line can put pressure on the QB with a four man rush on every down. You give 5-10 seconds to opposing QBs to throw the ball, and they will find an open man. Even at full strength, Bears did not have a chance against a good quarter back in the NFL. QB’s such as Rogers and Brady have a field day against this defense. Any one remember the snow game last year against the New England?

    Anyone who has watched the Rams during their hay-days, remember that their defense was not anything to write home about. It was their offense that scored more than others. Now among all these coaches, we bring in Smith, who implemented a failed scheme for the years to come. Even Tampa could not go far with this scheme until they brought in an offensive minded coach to score some point.

    The fact is, the Bears ownership has shown that they do not care about winning. As long as the money flows in, and they cash their checks, they are happy, and in Philips, they have the guy who makes sure the revenue is solid. As much as it pains me, I believe the only way they react is to not to attend the Bears games and let the declined revenue hits them.

    Since Ditka left, we have not had a decent coach and general manager. We need a football mind, someone with credibility to run the football operations. We have turned into Green Bay before Ron Wolf took over, and with this system, we will continue to fail.

    You look at Baltimore, New England, Pittsburgh, year in and year out, they put a decent team on the field. Look at 49ers. With the same personnel, their new coach (our old QB) has turned it around 180 degrees.

    What a shame and what an embarrassment.

  25. Fro Dog Says:


    First off. Thanks for being here. I appreciate you contributing to the site. I am with you as far as Lovie Smith is concerned. A stubborn coach who doesn’t understand that changes need to be made in order to succeed. I call the “Cover Two” defense the “Cover Who” or “Cover Zero” because the cornerbacks/safeties cannot defend anybody. Most of the time, they left the receivers run right by them and it’s sad. I’ve been bitching for a while if they just cover the receivers/tight ends, it will be a bit better. There is so much more I could bitch about this team, especially the defense.


    I saw that clip of Lovie getting pissed off. Well, I think he handled it in a way which really makes him look terrible. If he just answered the question such as “We’ll discuss it after we play our last game” or something along those lines, it wouldn’t be as bad. Instead, he tries to feed the reporter bullshit by asking that kind of question and walking away immediately after. What a fucking hack.

  26. chucky Says:

    Fro…you should hear everybody on sports radio blasting the piss out him too! They’ve been calling him and Angelo both “unprofessional” because of those press conferences. So, my question is, how can this regime be retained after this? Cutler breaks his thumb, and the wheels come sailing off. Don’t let any of the scores of those loses fool you. With the game plans they ran the Bears didn’t have a chance. Fuck anybody who says they did. Then you combine that with the completely unprofessional and frankly embarrassing conduct of Angelo (Whistle Dixie) and Lovie Baker (What kind of question is that?) and you have to fire them. I don’t give a goddamn about his won/loss record, or how much his players love him. McCaskey better shitcan this fucking regime, or there might be riots at Soldier Field.

    Then again, if the Bears have as many sheeple fans as the Cubs do, I might have to stand corrected.

  27. genrebuster Says:

    Great post Raymond. In fact I am enjoying all the contributions from the “new guys”.

    chucky…hmmmm, thought I heard a faint baaaah baaaaaah baaaaah while on the road tonite in NC…not a good sign.


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