Children, what did we learn today?

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Nothing. It’s the same old shit every fucking time especially against the Seahawks. Can the schedulers please stop making these two teams play each other every year? Russell Wilson lead drives of 98 and 80 yards respectively in a row against this “great” defense that the morons think the Bears have. Let’s not forget what Lovie did on the offensive side of the ball either. Also, fuck Pete Carroll. Looking at him makes me want to punch him in the fucking throat. The Bears sit at 8-4 and while that may not be a bad place for other teams, it is for them. Ten wins gets you into the playoffs. I highly doubt in these last four games that the Bears have two more wins in them. Not after this game.

Offense: Lovie Smith and Mike Tice have to be the dumbest fucking coaches I’ve ever seen and we have had to go through shitheads like Ron Turner, John Shoop, Dick Jauron and Terry Shea. The Bears are up 7-0 and driving, it’s 4th and inches, and what has been the play that I have been screaming about all these years that works 99.9% of the time? A quarterback sneak. How fucking hard is that? Instead, Michael Bush is stuffed at the line and with no attempt to stretch the ball. Even when the coaches aren’t at fault, Earl Bennett drops a wide open pass down the field that would have given the Bears a chance to open up the game. The Bears left at least ten points off the scoreboard. Want more stupid coaching decisions? Before the Seahawks final drive of regulation, it’s 3rd and long and instead of trying to get the first down, Matt Forte is given the ball for about seven yards leaving the Bears to punt on 4th and 10. Cutler and Marshall can’t do everything by themselves.

Defense: This “prevent” defense just does wonders for the Bears. It’s truly pathetic when any team gets two long drives for touchdowns in consecutive positions. The entire defense sucked ass. Russell Wilson took out his I-Pass and tore everyone on defense a new asshole. I am sick and tired of this fucking shit. We’ve had to deal with this crap ever since Lovie took over. How fucking hard is it for the secondary to stay on their receivers? They were wide open the entire game. Can I ask all of you a question? What “great” defense gives up over 459 yards in a game?

Special Teams: Eric Weems is a fucking idiot. First, he fumbles the ball on a punt. Then, on the last drive of the 4th quarter, he takes the ball out of the back of the end zone instead taking a knee and saving seconds. That’s about it for this part.

Technically, the Bears are two games out of first place. I am putting the Packers at 9-3 (They own the tie-breaker anyway) because of that Monday night debacle about two months ago. It is truly pathetic that the Bears are in this position. They should easily be 10-2 right now and instead, they’re 8-4 and  fighting a few other teams for a playoff spot. The Bears pay a visit to the Vikings next week.

One more thing I want to add before leaving to you guys to comment:

One of my favorite coaching figures in Rick Majerus passed away over the weekend with health issues. He left too early. He was a damn good basketball coach with Utah years ago. The one memory I’ll never forget is the following clip when he was an analyst for ESPN. I remember watching this segment live while I was in college as I am laughing my ass off. Just look at the response from Steve Lavin. Enjoy.

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40 Responses to “Children, what did we learn today?”

  1. DVXPrime Says:

    Fro Dog, you called it. It says a lot of bad things about your team when a rookie QB makes two late game, long distance drives on your D, the first going 98 yards and including TWO 4th down conversions, and the second for the OT winner.

    Fro, I know you’re into wrestling; do you remember when Chris Benoit murdered his wife and child then killed himself? The WWE purged his name and image from their collective memory. The NFL? Javon Belcher murders his babymama in cold blood, drives to the Chiefs facility and kills himself in front of the GM and coach…and all of a sudden, the 1-10 Chiefs get ‘INSPIRED” to win the game.

    The WWE realized that Benoit was no longer a hero. WTF is wrong with the Chiefs?

    And oh, look…more stuff for me to bitch about. Spelman College, an all woman’s college in Atlanta, is cancelling their sports programs to fund a “student wellness” program for their fatassed student body. Okay it’s a NCAA D-III all-women’s school, and some of the school’s atheletes I saw looked a little chunky, but but dammit, when do we get to be adults and deal with the problems ourselves? If college students want to be fat, drunk and stupid, so be it…they can damn well seal with diabetes and heart disease on their own.

    Going back to the Chiefs: Romeo Crennel needed one of his idiot players to commit the two most selfish crimes a person can do to get his team to get their SECOND win of the season? Crennel is in his second head coaching stint; he’s had at least SEVEN different quarterbacks during his coaching carreer. Is it safe to say he doesn’t know how to train an NFL quarterback?

    Look at all the recent Rooney Rule hires: Raheem Morris lost his Bucs in the 2nd season at Tampa, Mike Singletary self-destructed in the 2nd year at Frisco, and Hue Jackson, the last head coach hired by Al Davis, took a massive steamer on the Raiders’ long term future in his lone year. The last three Rooney hires have lasted a combined FIVE SEASONS.

    Bottom line: If you can demonstrate that you can lead an NFL team, you shouldn’t be an NFL head coach. America re-elected Obama (trust me, we’re gonna pay for that one), so fuck this affirmative-action bullshit from now on.

    And I know it’s hard to belive on the internet but yes I am black.

    But on a lighter note: cingrats to the Northern Illinois Huskies for winning the MAC. Not that it justifies them being on TV during the weeknights, but it’s nice to see that Illinios isn’t a total football wasteland.

  2. Tony Cossio Says:

    Agree, except it was more like 4th and a yard. I had no problem going for it if it was a QB sneak but as soon as I saw the ball being handed off…..

    This loss upset me. The defense just gave up the last two drives. Unbelievable. I don’t want to talk about what a fuck up this was.

    A shame, because the O-Line was looking very good and even though we only had one wide reciever it looked like that was all we needed.

  3. Fro Dog Says:

    DVX, I know exactly what you are talking about. I know it’s like comparing apples to oranges (NFL vs. WWE) but the NFL is much more “supported”. The media and others who don’t like wrestling will talk about supporting the NFL and the Chiefs over WWE any day of the week.

    I admit that I have bashed politics on here, namely the mayor of Chicago but that’s obvious in every statement. That being said, let’s try to keep the other politics to ourselves and agree that all politicians suck.

  4. chucky Says:

    Dickbag Lovie finally said something I could agree on.

    “I didn’t do a good job getting my team ready tp play.”

    No shit Sparky! About fucking time you admitted it.

    Fro…10 wins won’t get them into the playoffs. And seriously, we need to just stop talking about the playoffs. It isn’t happening.

    Consider this. Green Bay (8-4) should run the table for the season. They have Detroit, @Bears, Titans, and @Vikings. That’s four more wins to put them at 12-4 and the division title.

    Seattle has Arizona, @Buffalo, San Fransisco, and St. Louis. That’ll probably net them 3 wins to put them at 10-6.

    The Bears have @Vikings, Packers, @Arizona, and @Detroit. That’s maybe two wins, putting them at 10-6 as well.

    Seattle and Green Bay both own tie-breakers against the Bears. Plus, the Bears SUCK against teams with winning records, They’re 1-4 against teams with .500 record or better. They’re 7-0 (barely) against teams with less than a .500 record. They’ll go 1 and out in the playoffs anyway, so screw the playoffs. It’s over.

  5. DVXPrime Says:

    Fro Dog, agreed on the politics comments. Sorry this weekend had me in a foul mood.

    Chucky, maybe I’m hoping against hope here, but…

    @Vikes: Here’s hoping that the Vikes can’t get it up after two crushing losses on the road. Win (?)

    Packers: The secondary couldn’t hold a 4th quarter lead on a rookie QB. We’re gonna get discount double cheked here. Loss.

    @Cards: This mob has no QB, and Cutty is much more than whatever the Firemen Eds can muster at QB. Win.

    @Lions: The Lions are a dumpster fire, Suh is a goon, but he can’t defend, and the Lions may be mailing it in at this point. Win

    All of this hinges on the O-line protecting Cutler like they did today, and everyhting else on the Bears hitting on all cylinders. Yeah, It’s a stretch, but maybe they can take the Giants’ cue and start gathering momentum at this point in the season. Some of these guys know it’s likely their last shot (Urlacher, Peppers, etc).

  6. Fro Dog Says:

    The injuries are piling up which makes things even worse.

    Tim Jennings could be out a while with a shoulder injury. Earl Bennett had a concussion and Brian Urlacher went out right before the end of the game with a hamstring injury. If this is another team I am rooting for, I would have complete faith in the backups. But these are the Bears we are talking about..

  7. Ed Says:

    I have said it before and I will say it again. Lovie Smith needs to be fired. I am not the hypocrite though that calls for his head after a loss like this only, then forgets about that when they manage to win one. I have been calling for his head all season, all last season and last offseason(even before last season). I am a stead fast in that he needs to be fired regardless of season outcome. I look at his entire body of work…not just the last few games, not just this season. He makes piss poor coaching and personnel decisions and his coaching staff can not develop talent at multiple levels. (starters and back ups)..we have no depth. We can not get a competent OC because no one wants to work for this idiot. To get our asses handed to us by the seattle seahawks in our house is just pathetic. You can not rely on defense and special teams to win championships. We have no business in the playoffs this year. We will likely be a one and done if we happen to make it.

    Ladies and Gentlemen, Lovie needs to go. He has needed to go for the past several years. We have no consistency. We can not develop offensive skill position talent under Lovie. We will never be a consistent championship caliber football team under Lovie. Should this group of professionals manage to pull a winning season together….Lovie will get outcoached,and make poor coaching and personnel decisions when it matters the most….

    A big part of evaluating a head football coach (or at least it should be), his total body of work, not just what the scoreboard said last week….is the quality of the football team under his charge…and the improvement we see from one year to the next. Lovie is in his 9th year I believe? ANd this team is essentially the same as it was when he took over performance wise.

    Until Lovie is replaced….we will not see anything of significance or consequence sustained from this team.

    That fact does not change simply because the Bears manage to put a win together one week.

  8. Fro Dog Says:

    Ed,

    You have just summed up everything we have felt at this site for years. You couldn’t have said it any better. Feel free to post here anytime.

    Also, I would like to add on what our good friend Chucky mentioned in the previous thread about Lovie’s post-game press conference. Hey Chucky, you forgot to add “Well, we were 1-3 in the third quarter of the season so we’ll have to correct our mistakes and get back out there next week for Minnesota”.

  9. genrebuster Says:

    Thank You Ed, excellent post…I’ll stop typing now.

  10. Fro Dog Says:

    I have more to add as I have just seen the playoff picture on ESPN:

    Here are a couple of reasons why the Bears totally fucked themselves by losing this game. First, they have a two-game lead for a wild card spot with four games left. Anybody realize that the blown call for the Packers/Seahawks game might actually hurt the Bears? The Seahawks could be 6-6 right now in the last playoff spot and the Bears would have a two-game lead for both wild card spots instead of one as it is (but lose the tie-breaker to the Seahawks). It’s sad when you have to root for four or five teams below you to lose every week.

    Second, the 49ers lost on Sunday. Had the Bears actually played like an NFL team, they are only a game back of the second playoff spot which results in a first-round bye.

    We are potentially one month away from Phil Emery’s press conference announcing that Lovie Smith has been relieved from his duties as head coach of the Chicago Bears.

  11. chris Says:

    stop swearing in your reviews it doesn’t make the point stronger I agree with you but the foul mouth makes you look immature

  12. Fro Dog Says:

    Oh, I am sorry. Did I offend you? Were your children reading my site?

    This doesn’t mean much to you or anyone else but I was at this game and that’s probably why I am more pissed off this time around. Since I started going to Bears games in 2009, I’ve been to nine of them. I am 7-2 with those two losses coming when the Bears played the Seahawks (2010 and this year) so needless to say, I am done going to games in which they play these cocksuckers.

    Back to why I replied, I don’t mean to be a dick, but this is my site and I am just being myself. Everyone who has contributed here has probably used curse words much more than I have. That doesn’t make me or anyone else for that matter, immature. We are saying what’s on our minds. If you want reviews of the games without the swear words, go read the Tribune or the Chicago Bears official website.

  13. George C. Says:

    Looks just fine to me, chris…..you must be a new visitor.

    Welcome…but if the language here bothers you, don’t read it.

    …..shit, piss, fuck, cunt, cocksucker, motherfucker, tits!

  14. genrebuster Says:

    Write whatever the fuck you want to.

  15. chucky Says:

    Chris….try using capitol letters and puncuation in your next post. You sound like a fucking dumbass. And don’t bother telling me to stop swearing. I’ll tell you right now: Request denied. If you don’t like it, go the fuck away.

  16. Fro Dog Says:

    Chucky, you magnificent bastard! One more thing:

    I’M THE TAG TEAM CHAMPIONS.

  17. Joe Says:

    This is good. Very good. Every loss means there’s a better chance of getting rid of Lovie.
    I’ve finally figured out who Lovie is. He’s a scientist in a lab. He’s going to tinker and tinker with his experiment until he gets it juuuust right.
    Someone has to explain it to him–you don’t get years to work this out. Your players are only getting older.
    He doesn’t get it that Jay has to be protected and J’Marcus Webb doesn’t have the talent to start in the NFL. He’s going to work it and work it with Webb until he coaches more talent into him. Riiight. And that bad O-line means Forte has no holes to run through. A blind man could see that.
    We need more of the Steinbrenner mentality here.
    Win or you’re gone.
    Time for Lovie to go.

  18. chucky Says:

    Fro…..I’M THE TAG TEAM CHAMPIONS.

    And talk more hockey, damnit!

  19. genrebuster Says:

    It’s a good thing Mitch Cumstein didn’t see chris’s post…he would have gone ballistic… HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA

  20. chucky Says:

    OK, stop talking hockey now.

  21. Yeti Says:

    Capital

  22. jimmy d. Says:

    Yeti,

    C’mon man! If you’re gonna go after Chucky by pointing out that he’s a moron and should know that it’s “capital”, not “capitol”, then aren’t you forced to attack him even more and call him out for being a total “fucktard” for incorrectly spelling it “puncuation” instead of “punctuation”? I’m disappointed!

    Later,
    Jimmy D.

  23. Raymond Says:

    I think there is a very good chance that we lose the next 4 games, and I think that will create enough shame to finally fire Lovie. Good thing is Mike Holmgren and Bill Cowher are available to name a few.

  24. chucky Says:

    Jimmy…as far as I’m concerned, Yeti can kiss my ass. I’m just going to try to ignore him.

  25. Fro Dog Says:

    This shouldn’t be a surprise to anyone but Brian Urlacher will probably miss the rest of the season with a hamstring injury. Well, not to blame Lovie completely, but I am going to for the most part here. Had this idiot called a timeout in overtime to rest the defense for a bit and break up the rhythm of the Seahwks, maybe this doesn’t happen.

    If the Bears find a way to pull two wins out of their asses in these last four games and make the playoffs, Urlacher should sit until said playoffs start. I find it very sad that the Bears are in this situation now. They had a golden opportunity to win games against the Texans and Seahawks with a chance for a first-round bye and now, trying to barely get into the playoffs.

    But Lovie will continue to shove crap in our faces by saying that we have a good football team and that all problems will be corrected by the next game. He will also lie to the fans and media by saying that the reports on Urlacher aren’t true and he should be ready to go next week.

  26. Yeti Says:

    On the flipside, if Lovie called a timeout maybe Urlacher relaxes, his muscles get tight, he tries to run, slips, falls and fractures his dick which ruins his psyche as a killer LB and then he never plays another down again. Fucking Lovie Smith

  27. genrebuster Says:

    What a PATHETIC post. I guess love really is blind!

  28. genrebuster Says:

    ….as is Lovie.

  29. jimmy d. Says:

    Genre,

    I’m gonna disagree with you on this one. I actually think that Yeti’s post was a legitimate jab at Fro. Not only did I like the post, I think it was clever…with the comment about Urlacher fracturing his dick (after all, Brandon Marshall recently told the media that many players use Viagra to get an edge in the game…it improves blood flow). So, falling on a 4 hour erection could actually result in a broken dick. Yeti, my compliments to you on a creative post.

    Now, don’t think for a minute that I’m trying to start a fight…I think you all know me well enough. That being said, Mac, Ernie and I are all in favor of the Bears (and the crazy “BITCH”) signing Lovie to a loooooong extension. The longer you have that moron steering the ship, the longer that the Packers don’t have to worry about the Bears being a legitimate contender. I’m not going to defend Lovie (not in any way, shape, or form), but you’ve gotta be somewhat grateful that you don’t have Schwartz at the helm. Christ, he makes Lovie look like a Nuclear Scientist.

    I like Fro, but sometimes “the sky is falling” comments are a bit melodramatic. It’s easy to make those assessments after the fact. Hell, if I’d just have played my line-up a little differently this year, I’d be 13-0 in my Fantasy Football League. It’s easy to say that after you know what the outcome is.
    Before I sign off, let me reiterate…I’m not defending Lovie in any way, shape or form…because he is a horrible football coach.

    Later,
    Jimmy D.

  30. Fro Dog Says:

    JimmyD,

    Let me just say that I agree with you completely that I may go a bit over the top with some of the crap that I write. That being said, when you cheer for the Bears, you expect bad things to happen at some point. Look at all the injuries that are piling up and the way Lovie coaches in important parts of the game. You would be pissed off too.

    I figured if the Ravens lost Ray Lewis or someone else important on defense, that they would collapse too. They blew a game on Sunday but still are two games in front in their division. You said it yourself about Lovie Smith. Your Packers never have to worry about the Bears as long as he is head coach so you have no problem with him. Your team is living proof that injuries aren’t an excuse. You win the Super Bowl with a roster full of injuries and last year, despite the early exit, still 15-1 with a whole bunch of injuries. This year, same story and you guys are at the top of the division and will probably run the table as Chucky predicts for the remainder of the regular season. When the Bears have injuries, unlike other teams, they can’t find anybody decent that can fill in. It’s utter garbage.

    I am pissed off at how Lovie runs this team. I am confident that they finally have a general manger but the problem is, there are too many issues that need multiple years to get fixed.

  31. jimmy d. Says:

    Fro,

    (Thanks for not taking my post the wrong way; you read it exactly as I intended for it to be taken).
    I feel your pain. No doubt, starters are the primary focus…but, every team that plans on having a chance to be the “last team standing” has to constantly work on depth and and development of the secondary personnel. That does seem to be a place where the Bears have been lacking for a while. For the Packers, there’s no denying that we live and die with our offense (sometimes the defense steps up). But, we’ve lost Greg Jennings (one of the very best in the league) and didn’t miss a beat. We’ve lost Jordy Nelson (no slouch in his own right) and didn’t miss a beat. We’ve battled injuries on the line (both sides of the ball) and we’ve made adjustments to accommodate the change. Good teams are able to do that.
    Right now, the Packers are a solid football team, not a dominating one. If we get a little healthier over the next few weeks, there isn’t a team in the NFL that will want to face the Green and Gold in the play-offs. That’s a sign of good coaching, great front office work, and a little bit of luck.

    Later,
    Jimmy D.

  32. Pie In The Sky Says:

    FWIW

    If the season ended today, SEA and CHI will play each other in 2013. That’s because SEA has 2nd-best record in NFC West and CHI has 2nd-best record in NFC North.

  33. Fro Dog Says:

    Actually, the Bears would play the Giants in the first round of the playoffs and the Seahawks would play the Packers if it started. But unfortunately, the playoffs don’t start for another month.

  34. Pie In The Sky Says:

    Yeah. I’m talking about next year’s schedule though. If Bears and Seahawks both win their divisions OR Bears and Seahawks both finish 2nd in their divisions, they’ll play each other in the 2013 regular season.

  35. Fro Dog Says:

    I did not know that was some kind of rule or scenario.

  36. jimmy d. Says:

    I think we all need to “chip in” and pay for sharpshooter lessons for Robin Yount.

  37. Spete Says:

    I’m a longtime bears fan for starters and reading these comments, it’s nice to see i’m not the only frustrated fuckin fan. I’ve been saying for years that we need to fire lovie. He’s consistently been out coached everytime we’ve faced a quality apponent for the last decade it seems. I’m tired of this moron going into each game thinking his team is talented enough to play the same way everytime and win. It works with the titans and jaguars of the league but as soon as we play a playoff bound team, the bears shit the bed, and it usually happens on primetime to make it worse. The plain old vanilla defense that gets picked clean apart by an intelligent qb to the predictable boring offense that any quality defensive coordinator can man handle. It’s the same outcome every year folks, it pisses me off. We need many things to turn this organization around. Here’s s few…first we need our fucking bitch owner to die. She’s too damn cheap. It’s too obvious that she just cares about making money by not spending a lot on talented players. Secondly, we need a new coach. A coach with some fucking balls, not someone that’s afraid of putting his neck on the line by making “outside of the box type” calls. This team needs a chess master type coach, not a frickin checkers player. Critical thinking is not part of lovie’s repetoir. Why does he have a headset anyway? He never uses it, what a stunned fucking mule! It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to realize that this bears team along with ones in the past decade, are not the most talented team taking the field every week. It’s not the most talented teams that win superbowls, it’s talent along with creative coaching and having the players buy into the schemes that they’re being asked to carry out. In the bears example, if they had a coach that could recognize that their defense is really not as good as he thinks, maybe just maybe he would try not to be so conservative on the offensive side of the ball and put up points so that this aged defense doesn’t have to carry the burden all the time. It’s obvious this D can’t do it against even an average offense. Sorry to say, this d is slooooow, from the swiss cheese secondary to the linebackers(exception briggs). Maybe if this team can just get a coach like a cowher or someone of that calibur, we could correct these consistent problems with this organization. We finally have a qb, now a wideout, let’s put an offensive scheme in place that is geared for scoring many points, not just enough so our fucked D can blow it. Creative play calling could make this happen, even with the same offensive personnel now. So to recap…1st, bitch owner needs to die. 2, lovie needs to get canned and 3, better play calling. If we can get these things to happen then we have a chance, until then expect the same shit!

  38. genrebuster Says:

    I enjoyed your post Spete, Thank You.

    Hey Yeti, how many beans are in the jar today?

    Or, tell us why Lovie is not a BIG part of the problem.

  39. genrebuster Says:

    jimmy d. ….very benevolent of you to give Yeti kudos. I was unaware of the Brandon Marshall “viagra comment”…so I overlooked any creativity on his part. If that was his intention, I stand corrected.

    Moving on. I haven’t seen a post of substance from Yeti regarding how he feels about Bears — or Cubs — leadership in quite awhile. If I’ve overlooked one, please point it out to me and I’ll stand corrected (again).

    It’s so easy to stand in the shadows…and make drive-by smart-assed comments on others’ posts. Regardless: stats don’t tell the whole story…NEVER WILL.

    tick fucking tock.

  40. sean Says:

    Lovie has to go. The dusty baker of the nfl. Terrible gameday management. Kick the fg when ur up 7 early. Cant wait for this dumbass to go. He will never win a super bowl

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