It’s Friday night. Have nothing else to do? Well, I have an idea.


Well, the suck fest that is the 2015 Chicago Bears will start in about nine days. Tonight, Fox 32 Chicago is “Must-see TV”.

Yes, folks, look at the picture of my TV Guide below. Fox 32 Chicago presents: Highlights of the 2014 Chicago Bears.


I would have to assume some of those highlights include Marc Trestman lying to the media with not knowing about players fighting in the locker room. I think others will include Mel Tucker looking like a deer in the headlights on the sidelines, Aaron Kromer crying to players in meetings and George McCaskey telling everyone that things are going to be just fine.

And rumor has it, there will be unseen footage of Ted Phillips wiping his ass BEFORE he takes a shit. I never thought of that before in my life. But hey, if Ted thinks it’s a great idea, then it must be.

I can’t wait for 9:30. I am so excited!!!

7 Responses to “It’s Friday night. Have nothing else to do? Well, I have an idea.”

  1. chucky Says:

    The only highlight from last year that I’m interested in seeing again is the press conference where Dr. Death was shitcanned. Anything else is a complete waste of time.

  2. genrebuster Says:


  3. erniesarmy Says:

    “George McCaskey telling everyone that things are going to be just fine.”

    That sounds like Cub fans after that 2-4 road trip and Cincinnati series!

  4. erniesarmy Says:

    Hey Fro,

    Some sunlight in the tunnel:

    Washington Post

    Owners of NFL teams plan to discuss the possibility of changing Commissioner Roger Goodell’s role in the player disciplinary process, several people familiar with the situation said Friday.

    Although it’s uncertain whether Goodell’s authority would be reduced, the decision to reevaluate his role resolving appeals is the first solid sign the outcome of Tom Brady’s court case could have a lasting and significant impact on his position. …

    Another person familiar with the league’s inner workings said Friday it is too soon to know whether enough owners favor such a change for the NFL to engage the players’ union in discussions about possible modifications to the disciplinary process. The players union has been pushing for a neutral arbitrator to hear appeals in matters of player discipline, replacing Goodell, who currently occupies that role.

  5. dvxprime Says:

    Let me save everybody the trouble…highights my ass…

    …aaand there was this:

  6. CubsBearsSoxSuck Says:

    If ya have about 25 minutes and are a wrasslin’ fan check this out and let me know what you think.

  7. erniesarmy Says:

    I’m a wrasslin’ fan: Dick the Bruiser; Freddie Blassie; Mr. Moto; The Destroyer; Haystack Calhounn! Now those were wrasslers!


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