Okay. Are they worst fans or is it still, Vikings fans? Whatever. Regardless, this game pissed me off to no end. I ended up having to go to this game since nobody wanted my tickets. That’s right, everybody. Nobody wanted to buy my tickets near or at face value. That’s how awful the Bears are. And they nearly found a way to fuck it up against the Raiders.
John Fox/Adam Gase: Terrible play-calling on offense. What pissed me off the most was the 3rd and 1 in the second half. The Bears just needed a damn yard. Did they really have to call a roll out pass? Cutler threw an interception that turned into a field goal. Yes, Cutler is at fault for that interception. But I think more of the blame goes to Fox and Gase for being stupid enough to call that play. What pisses me off even more is that Lovie and Trestman did the same shit. Why doesn’t anybody fucking learn? Oh, nice of the Bears to nearly fuck it up on the final play of the game. Assholes.
Vladamir Ducasse: I fucking hate this guy and every week, he will get criticized because he deserves it. Today, a false start and holding penalty. Someone correct me if I am wrong, but he has at least two penalties in the first four games. He’s also been at fault for about three sacks because he is a turnstile.
Will Montgomery: The journeyman center is out for the season with a broken fibula. That’s great. Matt Slauson had to fill in at center and that wasn’t a pretty sight. Maybe he will be better next Sunday with more practice. What this means though is that there will be more Vladamir Ducasse and Charles Leno. The Bears are fucked on the offensive line.
Robbie Gould: Everyone on here knows that Robbie Gould has pissed me off the last two seasons with his bullshit comments about feeding his family and missing game-winning field goals. Lately, he’s been terrible on kickoffs, including the illegal procedure on the first one today. Today, the wind was terrible and yet, he nails two field goals from 50+ with the last one being the game-winner.
The Bears face the Chiefs next week on the road. Like the Bears, they are 1-3 but are a better team overall. We’ll see what happens.