I am a few days late with this post but I’ve been a little busy. I’ve been pissed off all season and this time, the Bears decided to insult our intelligence some more by not doing what was best for this team. First, the NFL Network report comes out saying that management has lost confidence in Dickface as the quarterback of this team. Then, Kromer gives a tearful apology last week to the team by saying it was him who said it?
Reports are saying that a bunch of players were basically asking themselves “What the fuck?” when the apology was going on. Many were said to be very uncomfortable and anxious for the season to just be over with.
Steve Rosenbloom reported on Saturday that the choice to fire Kromer on Friday was up to Trestman. Trestman said something along the lines of “He is too valuable to get rid of”.
You cannot make this shit up.
There is a bunch more to say but I am just like the rest of you in that this season cannot get over soon enough. It will be, yet, another season that the Bears fail to make the playoffs and the 29th straight year without a Super Bowl victory. PATHETIC. Tonight, the Bears face the Saints at home. I am praying for the Saints to put up 60 points. Sadly, I think Trestman is staying put after this season.
The problem with that is, who the fuck is going to want to come here to play or coach for this team? If Trestman is still here, what coordinators (who might actually be worth a damn) are going to want to work for this hack? What free agents and draft picks are going to want to play for this team? This plan has failed miserably. I could maybe give Emery a pass since I still believe he brought in the right players to help this team (let’s forget about Shea McClellin) but the coaching staff? These PATHETIC excuses for coaches have to go.
I am not here saying this bothers me more than others but some of us here, voluntarily, throw money at this franchise. For years, I have gone to games. Dan and Carl from Fire Ron Turner are season ticket holders and we all have gone together a few of these times. They spend way more than I do and they would find it to be an absolute slap to the face if they raise ticket prices again next season for us. The tickets aren’t even worth the paper it’s printed on. And yes, it is our fault that we spend money on this. But it’s also the Bears fault for making us think they will actually be a damn good team like we thought the last two or three years.
I am afraid to say this, but this whole fiasco will get worse before it gets better.