A prime example of giving a game away: Lions 37 – Bears 34

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Fuck this defense. Fuck the stupid penalties. Fuck Adam Gase for his shitty play-calling. Fuck Kyle Fuller and the rest of the shitty secondary. Fuck John Fox for his shitty clock management. Oh, I hate blaming referees but this game was poorly officiated. But in the end, there was no excuse for this loss. The Bears had it and pissed themselves at the end of the 4th and in overtime.

Honestly, I am too damn tired to recap this game. I just sat through nearly four hours of shitty football. This was another case of a team trying to give a game away with the Bears saying in return, “no thanks”.

The Bears have a bye next week. After that, it’s the dangerous Vikings.

PATHETIC.

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6 Responses to “A prime example of giving a game away: Lions 37 – Bears 34”

  1. chucky Says:

    Thank fucking GAWD for that bye.

  2. Nemo Says:

    How ’bout Fucking Mariani jittering and dancing instead of returning the ball straight upfield. 67 yard punt and NO return?! Sick of that!!

  3. Fro Dog Says:

    There were numerous plays that made you question this coaching staff. It’s absolutely pathetic that the Bears were in the red zone seven times and and only came out with three touchdowns. Even the casual football fan knows that’s a shitty percentage. We can thank Fox and Gase for those awful calls. And there is no excuse for having two drives in overtime and failing to get a field goal on either of them to win the game.

  4. chucky Says:

    Off subject, I know, but will somebody PLEASE go to New York and kick Daniel Murphy in the goddamn nuts?!?!!!!!!!

  5. dvxprime Says:

    This will be a Sunday that will live in infamy…

    Cubs down 3-0 against the Mets.

  6. erniesarmy Says:

    “This will be a Sunday that will live in infamy”

    For the Bears, maybe. But for the Cubs? They’ve lived in infamy for over 100 years, they’re used to it, that’s the air they breathe.

SHOW DA FIRE AND PASSION, MY FRENDT!

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