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  1. chucky Says:

    Just wondering, after last nights performance, is there anybody who still wishes the Bears kept Josh McCown? Two INTs, three sacks, and was outplayed by Johnny Football, a guy who I have serious doubts about him ever being a decent player.

    I’m no fan of Jay Cutler anymore, I’ll admit that. I’ll also admit I wrong about him. But still, Cutler is far better than McCown. Most of the arguments I heard from people who wanted the Bears to keep, and play McCown amounted to just hatred aimed at Cutler. I hope to hell the Bears can unload that turd soon, but saying McCown was an answer is just fucking stupid as fuck. And any idiot who says that McCown was better than Cutler need to increase their meds.

    Or just put down the crackpipe.

  2. Fro Dog Says:

    I actually did not see the game but saw highlights and the fact that they didn’t even show anything from the first quarter was a sign. I also noticed it was 3-3 in the 4th quarter. Ouch.

    McCown sucked for the Buccaneers. I mean, even the Bears beat them last year (and I was at that game). Brutal.

    Cutler is still owed money for next year. After that, the Bears can cut him. If the Bears suck as bad as we think they will this year, that should give them another top ten draft pick. They should go get a quarterback.

    I am just praying they don’t trade that draft pick for a quarterback already in the league like they did with Rick Mirer almost 20 years ago. I apologize if anyone’s eyes are bleeding with that name, but I just had to say it. ANGRY.

  3. chucky Says:

    Fro….just the fact that you took the time to type out “Rick Mirer” has actually taken my will to live away from me.

    Thank you sir.

  4. Fro Dog Says:

    You’re welcome.

    By the way, I am watching this game as we speak. 6-0 Bears. Dickface actually had a nice pass Josh Bellamy for about 40 yards. The only problem was an illegal hands to the face penalty by Charles Leno, who’s starting on the right side of the line.

    Then, on the second drive, Dickface ran the ball on a third down and nearly got a touchdown. He was stopped at the half yard line. The problem there? A holding call on Charles Leno.

    Well, on the bright side, the defense is playing well so far. In addition, Robbie Gould nailed two field goals. He must want a new contract so he can complain to the media that he needs more money than he received two years ago so he can feed his family some more.

  5. Fro Dog Says:

    And after I finally compliment the defense for stopping the Colts on the first two drives, they proceed to give up an 89-yard drive in just a few minutes. Nice penalty by Kyle Fuller for taunting.


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