I hate this fucking team.

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The Bears showed why they are the Bears today. Even when things looked like they were going their way, the Bears found a way to be the Bears. What a pathetic team.

Offense: Jay Cutler is indeed, dickface, as CS likes to call him. I tried sticking up for the guy all of these years. I tried being optimistic. It turns out he was right and I was wrong. Not even the “quarterback guru” can get this fucking guy to stop throwing passes in double/triple coverage. Not even the “quarterback guru” can get this fucking guy to stop under-throwing/over-throwing receivers. He is what he is.

Damn you Matt Forte. Fuck!

Defense: COVER. YOUR. RECEIVERS. Despite some key stops, they still ended up giving the game-winning touchdown with, go figure, Greg Olsen, catching it. Before the half, they allow the Panthers to drive the ball down the field at will. Likewise for the first drive of the second half.

Special teams: I am so happy that Robbie Gould told the media last year before the season started that he needed to feed his family. First, fuckface misses a game-winning field goal against Vikings last year. Yeah. I’m still pissed off about that. Then, this year, after he gets his contract so he can feed his family and he misses an easy field goal in this game that would have put the Panthers down 24-7. Whoops. What an overrated piece of crap.

The Falcons are up next on the road. It would be appropriate that Devin Hester will take a kick back for a touchdown. You heard it here first.

The season is over. The Bears aren’t going to the playoffs.

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18 Responses to “I hate this fucking team.”

  1. Kevin Hill Says:

    fire phil emery, he is making a mess, but when you go to the chiefs to get a gm, mediocre.

  2. chucky Says:

    Fuck this goddamned team. I’ve fucking had it. Fro, I think we need to forget about Thibodeau this year. We need to make this website into “Fire Marc Trestman”. Where the fuck was the goddamned defense today? I figured out why Cutler sucks. He was endorsed by Dan FUCKING Bernstein back in 2009. Fucking know-it-all asshole Bernstein, who thinks he is the smartest fucking guy on the planet. Remember him saying how badly the White Sux needed Adam Dunn? People called in and said he sucked, he’d never help the Sox win anything. He ripped every people who said that a new asshole, and what happened? The Sox get him…….and he stunk up the south side so fucking much you could smell it on the north side.

    Anyway, forget this season. Like Fro said, it’s already over. The Bears have no heart, no balls, and no goddamned brains. And I’ve had all I can enjoy of one Marc Trestman. This guy is obviously in over his head. He’s as bad as Lovie FUCKING Smith at getting his team ready to play. I don’t want another Mike Ditka, but Jesus fucking Christ! There has to be someone out there who isn’t batshit crazy like Ditka, but on the flipside, isn’t ready to have someone start throwing dirt on top of him.

    FUCK THE GODDAMNED BEARS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  3. SunriseZone Says:

    Why can’t I get Dennis Green’s locker room rant out of my head? I predicted that the Bears would lose to Carolina before the season started. However, I could not have predicted how ugly a loss it would be.

    There were a total of seven turnovers in this game. Four by the Bears and three by the Panthers. I’ll let those numbers speak for themselves and not devote myself to each one.

    How about the penalties? They are worth pointing out too. Ten for 80 yards against the Bears versus three for 30 yards against the Panthers.

    Someone might point to the missed Gould field goal in the second quarter as being pivotal, as it set up a scoring drive. Instead, I’d focus on the horrible defensive play calling and defensive back play that ended the first half for the Bears. The Bears were playing deep and gave up five chunks of real estate underneath instead of playing the receivers tight. Didn’t the Bears giving up everything underneath look awfully familiar on this drive?

    Finally, why didn’t the Bears play Olsen tighter after it was obvious that he was the go to guy for the Panthers?

  4. SunriseZone Says:

    Almost forgot to mention the conspicuous by their absence play of Houston and Allen again. Feels like Jared Allen is trying to blow smoke up Chicago’s “skirt.”

  5. Kevin Hill Says:

    on an interesting note tom brady is available and the 28th is the trade deadline, he`d be awesome with these bears receivers.

  6. Everybody Says:

    Kevin Hill is an idiot.

  7. abdallaha92 Says:

    KEEP THROWING EM PICKS JAY. WORHT EVERY FUCKING PENNY WE GAVE YA.

    i told u guys, and i mean i TOLD U GUYS. that jay cutler is not a winner. he’s got 11 games left. no playoffs means we try our best to trade his worthless ass. atleast draft a new qb in the draft.

  8. abdallaha92 Says:

    also where the FUCK is lamarr houston and jared allen? maybe we should move lamarr to DT. doubt that moron tucker will do anything. FIRE HIM.

  9. Fro Dog Says:

    Abdallah92,

    For the love of God, can you please learn how to spell words correctly and use proper punctuation? Trust me, I make mistakes too but yours are very obvious.

    For everyone else, do you see why I hate it when the Bears lose? Not only does it ruin my day, but the meatballs rear their ugly heads. I THINK DA BEARS SHOOD GET TOM BRADY IN A TRADE. DAT’S WHAT DEY NEED, MY FRENDT!

    (Throws head into wall)

  10. Cubs Bears Sox Suck Says:

    Yes the Bears season is over and they continue to SUCK.

    Bulls Basketball preseason kicks off today. We can start taking bets on how long D. POSE will last…

    With an over and under of 20 games I’m taking the under….

    Go Hawks!!

  11. chucky Says:

    How about posting somewhere else abdallah. Personally, I can do without your ” I told you so! I told you so !: bullshit.

    CBSS….Rose will sprain his twat less than 7 games into the season. He’ll go see some quack doctor who will tell him he’ll be out for three years.

  12. Miserable Chicago fan Ryan Says:

    Same shit different year.

    Cutler is what he is. He’s above average but winning just isn’t ingrained in his DNA.

    Trestmen won’t make 2nd half adjustments, any comfortable lead he fucks around and has zero ability to put games away. His poor clock management costed us a trip to the playoffs last season against Minnesota once he decided to stop throwing with time ticking in the 4th, 3 and out on 3 runs, Minnesota drives 99 yatds for the tie.

    Every year this jinxed franchised fucks it all up at some way somehow. Last year we finally constructed an offense that no bears team has ever fielded. They still win 8 games. Unreal how the #2 scoring offense allowed more points on defense comming off a year they allowed the 3rd fewest point.

    2011, 7-3 start, BAM, down goes Forte and Cutler, 2012, important Texans game and a predictable Cutler injury where we’re forced to bring worthless Jason Campbell. Had the Seahawks on the ropes, of course that shithead lovie decides to go for it on 4th down on a Forteless Bears and Bush is stuffed and Seattle with a predictable touchdown drive. Bennet with an easy TD drop. Then 2 drives with a combined 177 yard drives for 2 score.

    Games like these are what keeps the Bears out of the playoffs. What can go wrong will.

    An inept and pathetic franchis.
    Who else but the Bears shit the bed under those circumstances. Injuries piled up, inept offenses, Gould costly missed field goal which changes the outcome of Bears games as predictably as a dark sky at night. Throw in a dropped pass, injuries to key players, probably the single most predictable team in the NFL.

    I hear the Blackhawks are sypposed to be good again.

  13. Tony Cossio Says:

    Good Rant,

    I didn’t even watch this game, that’s how ugly I knew it was going to be. Agree with 100% of what was said except the Bears are not out of the playoff picture.

    Reason being Vikings and Lions suck. The Packers aren’t terribly good either and are only 1 game ahead.

    Am I saying they’d go anywhere? No, they would be one and done if anything. But its very likely they could make the post season based on the rest of the division.

  14. Fro Dog Says:

    The Bears are actually two games out. The Packers own the tiebreaker. I like your optimism though. And believe me, I want all of us to be wrong and have this team flip the switch but in 21 games I have seen the Bears play under this coaching staff, nothing has changed. It’s the same shit. If it doesn’t change in 21 games, it may never.

  15. chucky Says:

    Hey Ryan….where have you been? You keep posting stuff like that and you’re going to be in the running for my title of ANGRY!

    Seriously though, that was good stuff man. Keep it coming, we need more of that.

  16. Miserable Chicago fan Ryan Says:

    In defense of this miserable sports city, we never win a championship as an underdog/Cinderella story, an injury to the other team, lucky bounces etc. 85 bears arguably the most dominant team in NFL history, and if Charles Martin and those cocksuckers up north didn’t take out McMahon, we’re talking potential a pair of Superbowls that never happened. In 06 of course Harris and Brown go down with season ending injuries. Sureenough on one of Manning TD’s Wayne is ablout 15 yards behind Danielle Manning on play Manning has a good few 2nds to find a reciever. Maybe our best d lineman and best player in the seconedary not taking any snaps might have had ssomething to do with that. Of course the Colts are healthy.

    Bulls 90’s dynasty, with 3 more championships that never happened when Jordan wanted to playfucking baseball.

    Whitesox lose a single game in the post season in 05, even as a Cubs fan the only bright side is to cement this cities legacy of utter ddominance.

    Blackhawks and their 2013 undefeated in regulation streak and presidents trophey winners…. again best team from start to finish.

    When we do win, it’s always because we’re the best and most dominant and compile memorable championship wins inspite of absurdly bad luck and not because of some cute cinderella story, an injury to the other team, lucky bounce.

    There’s the one bright side, unfortunately that doesn’t help the Bears in 2014.

    Still haven’t gotten my 2 cents in on the Bulls. They’re equally frustrating for different reasons.

  17. Fro Dog Says:

    You’re in the right place for Bulls. Come the regular season, we’re going to be heavy here with those bastards. I am ready for another season of Thibodeau running the starters into the grown, missed free throws and stupid turnovers.

  18. Miserable Chicago fan Ryan Says:

    By the way, maybe the Bears should invest some money in another athletic trainer then the worthless shithead who couldn’t protect a bubble boy from a cold. You would think after injuries to 80 key players each year they would shake things up. Then again we’re talking about the Bears.

    Not that this his fault, really only on the Bears would a guy who hasen’t missed a game in aomost a decade would lose 15 ibs and miss an important division matchup because of pneumonia.

    What a disaster this franchise is.

SHOW DA FIRE AND PASSION, MY FRENDT!

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