Ugly from start to finish.


Pathetic. That’s all you can say about the Bears. I said last week that we will find out how good this team really is. Everything that could go wrong, did go wrong. The Bears had a chance to gain more ground on the division with the Packers not playing and the Lions losing. Instead, they shit themselves.

Offense: When Mike Martz left town, I thought to myself that finally, the Bears will get the offense to where it should be with Mike Tice taking over. Instead, it’s worse. Cutler is out there chucking the ball down the field early in the game only to have it intercepted twice. RUN THE FUCKING BALL for crying out loud. Also, how bad does Kellen Davis have to be for Lovie Smith to get rid of this guy? He can’t block. He can’t catch. Finally, he can’t hold onto to the football either. Michael Bush fumbled on a run as well. The offense was given great field position all game and didn’t do shit with it. Fuck Danieal Manning too. I don’t know if it’s a Chicago sports thing but there is something about former players that come back to rip their old teams a new asshole. Manning wasn’t worth a damn for the years he played for the Bears. He was one of the reasons why they lost the Super Bowl and and probably a few other important games. But he arrives back in Chicago for this game and becomes a difference maker.

Cutler is hurt once again. He’ll probably miss the next game or two so count those as losses. This guy has to be snake bit. Words cannot describe how terrible Black Todd Collins is. (Meatball thought: The Cowboys signed Kyle Orton for the same amount of money and at least, he is somewhat good.) For the love of God, get an actual quarterback signed to be the backup. (Another meatball thought: I hear that Josh McCown guy was somewhat decent in the short time he played for the Bears.) I don’t give a crap who they sign. Just get someone who can throw more than three yards.

Defense: I won’t criticize the defense too much. They did let the Texans march down the field for the go-ahead touchdown. We’ve all said or implied it over the weeks that the offense will need to win a game when the defense doesn’t score and this game was proof of that. The defense did just fine. They gave the offense a chance to win the game and they couldn’t do it. Tim Jennings played his ass off getting two interceptions. I’ve said all year he has been the best player on this defense and he’s keeping it up.

Special Teams: The Texans made Hester a non-factor. As mentioned above, the Texans didn’t give a crap where they gave the Bears the ball at because the offense couldn’t do shit anyway. Also, fuck Robbie Gould. The highest paid kicker in the league should make that field goal. If he makes the one he missed in this game, it’s 10-9 with the Bears defense still playing better and therefore, putting more pressure on the Texans but that wasn’t the case.

The 49ers are up next on Monday Night Football. Alex Smith also has a concussion so he may be out for this game. The difference though is that their backup quarterback is an actual quarterback. The Bears will lose this game and probably be tied for first place with the Packers after that.

20 Responses to “Ugly from start to finish.”

  1. Tony Cossio Says:

    Can you make a “Fire Kellen Davis”? This guy sucks. Bad. Probably not worth it as Emry probably will let him go.

    Jason Campbell did do a bad job. It’s not like the Bears have an extra Jay Cutler ready. I don’t know why people give him grief, he played OK and completed some decent passes to Marshall and that ball to Davis should have been caught.

    Really, the officiating sucked. That was not a forward pass. Marshall was held twice at least and dropped that TD pass early in the game. He was held but still should have got it.

  2. Tony Cossio Says:

    Edit on above post: Jason Campbell did NOT do a bad job.

  3. Fro Dog Says:

    At least McCown had the offense doing something last season in the final two games even though it didn’t really mean anything. The Bears only had two quarterbacks on the roster anyway. Did any of you guys see some of those passes from Campbell in this game? They were horrible.

    We’re fucked. There is no other to put it.

  4. Pie In The Sky Says:

    I was trying to figure out why Campbell kept throwing those checkdown passes 3 yards behind the line of scrimmage when the checkdown guy was covered. The one time he did it in the 4th quarter and he had Brandon Marshall wide open. Campbell wasn’t even pressured.

  5. chucky Says:

    Remember what I said some time ago asking why in the fuck the Bears only have one backup QB? About what would happen if Jay Cutler went down? About what would happen to this goddamn team if Jason Campbell became the only QB?

    But I don’t know anything, because I’m just a whiney little bitch who does see the greatness of the Lovie.

    And an open letter to the OLD BITCH: Stay the goddamned hell off my TV you old, PATHETIC, silver douchebag. You have NOTHING to fucking say you OLD BITCH!!!!!!!!

  6. Fro Dog Says:

    Reports say that the Bears plan to resign McCown.

    I hate rooting for injuries, but can’t Campbell get hurt sometime soon? Like before Monday night’s game? The Bears have a 0% chance of winning with him starting.

  7. Yeti Says:

    Chucky, like with Hanie in the NFC Championship game, I do believe the Bears have an “emergency quarterback” who dresses, goes with the team, but does not count against the roster count. The deal is that if that QB comes in the game, none of the previous quarterbacks can come in the game (just like Hanie in the championship game). The Bears website lists a practice squad QB, by the name of Matt Blanchard. He is likely the emergency QB. He’s probably not worth a shit, but if you can tell me a 3rd string quarterback who can play quarterback well, then, well, I dunno. Such a person doesn’t exist

  8. chucky Says:

    No, I know 3rd string QB’s aren’t really worth a fuck. I get that. My point is having somebody should be on the roster listed as a QB and is 3rd on the depth chart. I actually wasn’t aware of what you are calling “emergency quarterbacks” like you described. If that is actually the case, so be it. I still don’t think it’s very smart. Didn’t the Bears have a game a few years back where the 1st and 2nd string QB’s got knocked out of the game? A big problem with all this is that it really cripples the team for the following game too.

    Part of the reason Campbell had a rough night last night was he gets VERY limited reps with the first team during practice. Back up quarterbacks should, in my opinion, get at least 1/4 of the reps every week. And if you have a marquee QB like a Cutler, or Aaron Rodgers perhaps even more. I don’t give a shit if every team in the goddamned league doesn’t do that. It does not mean the Bears can’t. I’m sick and tired of the bullshit excuse “This is how every team does it”. It’s time to get a coach that is capable of thinking outside the box a little bit.

  9. chucky Says:

    And one more thing. Kellen Davis should be banned for life from ever suiting up again, for any team. Get this worthless piece of shit off the roster NOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  10. MadCityMac Says:

    Chucky, I have to admit I worried about your blood pressure when Ginnie made her appearence!

  11. Fro Dog Says:

    Chucky is one angry fellow. But he’s OUR angry fellow. I said this two weeks ago but he is the FIRE AND PASSION to this site and for that, we embrace it.

    Also, I want all the idiots out there to take notes on what happened in the Monday night game with the Steelers and Chiefs. Ben Rapistberger goes down with a shoulder injury. What do the Steelers do? They hang in there with their backup quarterback (who is an actual backup by the way) and they win the game in overtime. No excuses.

  12. Yeti Says:

    In Fro’s mind Bears:Texans::Steelers:Chiefs

    Also, Chucky, the idea of not putting him on the roster is because you can use that spot for someone else, like Eric Weems, or whatever special teams player. If both QBs go down, the emergency QB is there still.

  13. chucky Says:

    Use that roster spot for someone else? Like somebody who never comes off the bench for all 16 games. Not real smart. Yeah, hopefully a third string QB won’t either, but I’d venture to say that a back up QB, even if he’s a third stringer, is more valuable to have than a marginal special teams player that has no chance of playing, ever.

    Fro and Mac….I don’t know if I’m a fire and passion guy. I do know I’m sick and tired of the stupid bullshit that defines Chicago sports, and I have zero tolerance for stupid bullshit. And many fans of all Chicago teams fall in that category too. All you have to do listen to the score the day after a Bears game to understand what I’m saying here. Most of the Bear fans that call in to Boers and Bernstein are at best entry-level life forms that just crawled out of the primordial ooze. It’s astonishing to me that they learned how to use a phone so quickly. But then again, what do I know, right Fro? I’m just a whiney little bitch who can’t see and appreciate the greatness and genius of the Lovie. We should all band together and petition the OLD BITCH to sign the Lovie to a lifetime contract worth $250 billion a year. Keep him out there on the sidelines to use challenge flags to burn timeouts in the 1st quarter. Keep him here to lie through his goddamn teeth every time his fucking lips move. Keep him here to put on display his unbrideled arrogance and contempt for us lower life forms. After all, he’s earned it! Even after he dies, just roll his corpse out on the sidelines and the players can maybe rub his shiney bald head and gain his wisdom and knowledge. Death has no meaning to the Lovie.

  14. Fro Dog Says:

    Yeti, I knew you were going to bring that analogy up. Let’s not forget that these same Bears lost to those same Chiefs last year with both teams, starting their backups. I know it may be odd for you to understand but try to register it in that skull of yours. Other teams can win with their backups. The Bears can’t.

  15. chucky Says:

    Fro…you just can’t see the greatness of the Lovie. He can win any game with any quarterback. It does not matter. The Lovie could win today with Bob Avellini. Hell, He could win with Cade McNown!





  16. genrebuster Says:

    “Most of the Bear fans that call in to Boers and Bernstein are at best entry-level life forms that just crawled out of the primordial ooze.”

    Sheer poetry, chucky!

    I’ll take that over stats every time.

  17. chucky Says:

    Thanks Genre. Actually, I was thinking about Greg when I typed that. And remember this:





  18. Pie In The Sky Says:

    Speaking of backup QBs, didn’t the Steelers win with a third-string QB in 2010? They started 3-1, nearly 4-0 against a very strong slate of opponents. Roethlisberger was suspended. Leftwich was injured. They had to go with Dennis Dixon.

    Just saying. That strong start helped them reach the playoffs and win the AFC Championship.

  19. Fro Dog Says:


    Don’t tell the Bears that. They don’t like backup quarterbacks who actually can help them out. They’d rather have Jason Campbell or some other bum.

  20. genrebuster Says:

    All Hail Lovie!!!!!!


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