Open thread


Since 1987, the Bears are a PATHETIC 3-13 against the Redskins. And that fucking ass clown Kenny Albert is announcing this game, too. Needless to say say, history isn’t on their side. The question isn’t whether or not the Bears will lose this Sunday. But HOW will they lose?

13 Responses to “Open thread”

  1. Fro Dog Says:

    Some pissed off bastard updated the “broadcasting career” section on Kenny Albert’s Wikipedia page.

  2. abdallaha92 Says:

    Fred Hoiberg’s bulls can’t score in the damn 4th quarter.

  3. abdallaha92 Says:

    Finally some life from the bulls

  4. Fro Dog Says:

    Guess what? ThomASS’ Bulls couldn’t score in the 4th quarter either. Did you see the playoffs last year? They couldn’t shoot the ball into the ocean. Luckily, the Clippers couldn’t hit a shot either.

    Blake Griffin was ejected on a questionable flagrant (yes, I saw he took a swipe but I don’t think he was trying to go for Gibson’s head). Griffin isn’t a dirty player. It should have just been a flagrant I.

    I know the Bulls pissed themselves against the Hornets, Suns and Celtics. But I’d rather have Hoiberg coaching and playing 10 or 11 guys than ThomASS coaching and only playing six or seven.

  5. genrebuster Says:

    I wonder who that pissed-off bastard is……..(?).

  6. Fro Dog Says:

    Whoever put those mean words about Kenny in his Wikipedia page is a real dick. It appears that it will stay there, too.

    Look, Marv Albert is one of the best. My childhood was watching and hearing him during the 90’s when the Bulls were winning. This was despite them being ran by a piss-poor, fat fuck of a general manager who just couldn’t wait to break up the team. But Marv was awesome and still is. His son, however, is the complete opposite.

    The headline of Sunday’s recap will be “The Kiss of Death strikes again”.

    And if you think I am angry, it’s because I am. I have a bad feeling that I will be Chucky in 20 years. All I am missing right now is a chainsaw.

    I am pissed off. The Bears are 5-7 when they should be 8-4/9-3. The coaches are still morons. Cutler is still throwing interceptions and the defense, despite being much better than last year, still can’t make stops when they matter the most.

  7. dvxprime Says:

    Last year it was the social justice warfare on the NFL that almost made me walk away from the NFL; this year it’s the epidemic mediocrity.

    Today will be the day that I “shut it down” on the NFL for the season. I made my way over to my apartment complex’s lounge with a load of cold fried chicken and Arizona fruit juice to watch the bears win on Thanksgiving night. Sadly, that will be the high point of this season.

    Look, this team was the media consensus to be the worst team in the NFL this season; I get it. They sure as hell proved it after the first three games. But with so much mediocrity in the NFL, the Bears (as Fro Dog pointed out, should be in contention right now. Instead, because the players and coaches decided to be idiots at exactly the wrong times, they’re 5-7 and (with 12 shopping days to Christmas) probably looking to mail in the last quarter of the season.

    It would be nice if maybe John Fox (and maybe our GM) served notice to this mob that if they saw anybody doing a tank job on these last four games, that they would be run out of football (not even getting a CFL or Arena League tryout). But then again, we’ve had to question all season long whether the people in charge know WTF they’re doing.

    I am about done with fantasy football as well. I started out with the league’s worst draft, watched my team swindle its way to a 4-3 start, and then watched them lose six straight. Even if I do break the streak, it might not be enough to make the consolation playoffs. Fuck winning the league, just trying to stay in contention means lots of turnover; I’ve seen players in my league make 20-30 roster moves. You can’t fall in love with any of your players, and you’ve got to watch for backups and rookies who suddenly become either dependable players or keep catching and releasing the hot players of the week. That shit takes too much research.

    Also, I decided that two of my starting skill players would be from the Oakland Raiders. And my QBs are (two-time SB winner) Eli Manning and Phillip Rivers. Then again, I’ve had Big Ben the Rapist and Tom Brady as my QBs and still finished near the cellar.

    Lastly, I REALLY wish the NFL would quit hyper-pimping the ideas of ANY teams moving to LA (OAK/SD/StL are a combined 10-26 this weekend) or London (Jags and Bills still suck after all these years). The product is really bad, with basic player fundamentals almost gone, too may recycled idiots on NFL coaching staffs, and some of the most reprehensible people on the planet as team owners. Seriously, do the citizens of Los Angeles want any of the current assholes extorting public money for a stadium and running a 4-12 dumpster fire on the field for eight games a year? And the English soccer fans don’t put up with shitty owners, they will protest and riot until the owner skips town; wait ’til the Londoners get a load of the Jags or the Bills.

    The bears might actually put on the man-pansy and win this game, but my rant here is gonna stand…withe the exception that if the Bears do win, I’ll stick around for one more week.

    Go Bears…win one for chucky (God bless him wherever he is)…

  8. Fro Dog Says:

    Bravo, DVX. I will be here posting when needed today.

    And sometime this week, I have an article planned about the turd Goodell and the rest of the NFL.

    This is it for the Bears. They need to win out along with both the Vikings and Packers to lose out (they won’t because they both play each other on the last day of the season).

    This season has just sucked the air out of me on Sundays. Seeing other teams play who are in contention and seeing how they are coached and how their plays are ran really pisses me off. I just wish the Bears would have a team like the Broncos or Patriots. Those are teams that are for the most part, consistently great. They are for the most part always in contention for a Super Bowl.

    Even the fucking Buccaneers with Lovie Lee Smith coaching have a better record than the Bears. Lovie has them in a better spot than the Bears. Let that sink in.

  9. Fro Dog Says:

    You know the Bears are a joke when Rob Riggle calls them “choke artists” in that stupid skit he does during the pregame show when he makes predictions. Well, he wasn’t wrong there.

    And the report was correct when they said Kenny Albert was going to call this game. Let the death march begin.

  10. Fro Dog Says:

    That didn’t take long. The Redskins go 12-13 plays for 80 yards and only had one 3rd down. Oh, and five Bears tried tackling Jordan Reed and not one of them could bring him down on that touchdown.

    How many games this season has the defense given up an opening-drive touchdown? Three or four?

  11. Fro Dog Says:

    Touchdown #1: 15 plays, 80 yards in 8:30
    Touchdown #2: 8 plays, 93 yards in 3:18

  12. Fro Dog Says:

    Wow. The Bears start actually getting first downs and the offensive line becomes a turnstile and let’s Cutler get sacked for a fumble and turnover.

  13. dvxprime Says:

    Fro Dog, maybe I can save you the recap?


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