The Kiss of Death and Robbie Gould strike again: Redskins 24 Bears 21

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Well, the Bears made a comeback. They tied the game in the 3rd. It appeared, once again, that the Bears had the chance to win. But, Kenny Albert and the reincarnation of Carlos Huerta did it for the second week in a row.

Fuck Robbie Gould. For the love of God, how bad does someone have to be at their job before they get fired?

I have zero motivation to talk about anything else that happened in this game. And why should I? I cannot believe this shit. I seriously cannot. The words that I put in this recap do not do justice of how I truly feel. I fucking hate this team and Kenny Albert can go swim in battery acid.

I seriously feel like calling up Fox Sports and telling them to go fuck a horse for making Kenny Albert call all of these games for the Bears. I feel sorry for Daryl Johnston and Laura Okmin. To hear that weasel talking in their ear pieces for three hours has to be the most horrific form of torture that mankind has ever endured.

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15 Responses to “The Kiss of Death and Robbie Gould strike again: Redskins 24 Bears 21”

  1. Fro Dog Says:

    I just saw the replay of Gould’s missed field goal at the end. The weather had nothing to do with that. He had plenty of distance on it, too. That kick was wide right big time.

  2. abdallaha92 Says:

    You’re 100 percent right on this Fro Dog. Robbie Gould has got to go.

  3. Fro Dog Says:

    Genre,

    Our guy, Rosenbloom, has recapped this loss in a very fine manner. Just reading the headline let’s you know it’s a very worthy article.

    http://www.chicagotribune.com/sports/rosenblog/ct-bears-lose-to-redskins-rosenbloom-20151213-column.html

  4. dvxprime Says:

    Fro Dog, can you cut and paste the noteworthy parts? I can’t open the article…

  5. abdallaha92 Says:

    Dvxprime
    Kirk Cousins and Blaine Gabbert came to town and pantsed the Bears in consecutive weeks. No lie. True fact. Palm to forehead.

    This is worse than beating the Packers was terrific.

    If Sunday’s game against the Redskins was a test of character, as John Fox indicated during the week, then the Bears failed.

    If this was a test of preparation, then the Bears failed that test, too. Players and coaches alike failed.

    The Bears weren’t ready to start. They weren’t ready to finish.

    Robbie Gould gets the blame again, and he should, but if Jay Cutler hits Alshon Jeffery instead of nearly throwing an interception in the end zone on the final drive or he hits Eddie Royal after that instead of throwing I don’t know where, then it might be a different ending.

    But it wasn’t. The Bears got what they deserved, and they got it from a miserable team and got it on their own turf.

    Again.

    Anytime they want to get fed up with embarrassing themselves at home, fine by me.

    Sherrick McManis lined up in nickel package on the Redskins first drive, and I’m wondering, is that the earliest that Bears coaches gave up on the defense?

    Bryce Callahan, indispensable. Goodness.

    The Choice (and remember, death is not an option) Shea McClellin starting at inside linebacker or Patrick Omameh starting at right guard?

    On the first drive, the Redskins carved up the Bears, requiring only two third downs on the 15-play series. Bad, slow and sleepy is no way to go through the NFL.

    On the Bears’ first series, Omameh allowed the fattest guy on the field to sack Cutler. That’s why Omameh always holds, I guess.

    Next play, Matt Slauson held for a loss of 10 on Matt Forte’s big gain. Like that, the Bears were second-and-27 at their 24.

    Apparently, the stink that infected the Bears defense proved contagious.

    Quick, Mel Tucker, tell Kyle Fuller to cut out that stinkin’ 10-yard cushion.

    Remember when the Redskins had to take a timeout before a third down? That was the Bears defensive highlight in the first quarter, I believe.

    Players on the Bears defense played as if they wanted to make sure Vic Fangio doesn’t get a head-coaching offer.

    Offensive players, ditto with Adam Gase.

    The sack-strips are usually Cutler’s fault, but the one Sunday stood as just another example of how painfully stupid the Bears’ blocking recognition was.

    Hey, look! A Redskins punt! Did the Bears send it to Canton?

    Khari Lee apparently is better at holding opposing players than Cutler’s passes.

    Charles Leno Jr.’s holding penalty that wiped out a Zach Miller gain completed the offensive line’s bingo card.

    All that embarrassing play, and the Bears were within a TD of the Redskins at half, just in case you wondered how the Redskins remain the Redskins after all these years.

    You’d think Daniel Snyder would want to change the team name if only with the hope it would change the annual bad and stupid.

    Washington defensive ends and outside linebackers raced to the bat rack to line up against Kyle Long.

    The Redskins were called for a delay-of-game on third-and-goal at the 1. This, mind you, came as they came out of a timeout.

    But still, they scored as Cousins hit Jordan Reed, of course, as the tight end beat McClellin, of course.

    Fangio defends McClellin better than McClellin defends opponents.

    Cutler masterfully directed a 10-play, 80-yard drive to give the Bears hope at 21-14. Cutler never faced a third down until the Bears got to the Redskins 9, and that became a TD pass to Miller. Nice knowing you, Martellus.

    The longest gain on that drive was a personal foul on Dashon Goldson for a personal foul. The Bears have always depended upon the stupidity of strangers.

    Fuller picked off Cousins late in the third quarter, which accomplished two things: It set up the Bears’ tying touchdown and dispelled the idea that Fuller is a professional tourist.

    Late in the third quarter, Cousins hit DeSean Jackson for 29 yards, but Jackson bobbled it going toward the sideline and stepped out of bounds before gaining control. Shockingly, the Bears failed to challenge the play.

    “All our information was he caught the ball,’’ Fox said.

    Seriously? Looked like you needed new information.

    The Redskins would kick a field goal at the end of that drive for a 24-21 lead that would stand as the final score.

    So, now the Bears have to get someone to help Fox with clock management AND challenges?

    Why would Marc Mariani fair-catch a punt inside his 10?

    The Redskins smothered Jeffery on a wide-receiver screen on third-and-10 late. That’s happening every week, sometimes with a pick-six. Do the Bears self-scout? Hel-LO.

    Robbie Gould, your plane is boarding.

    Copyright © 2015, Chicago Tribune
    Chicago Bears Jay Cutler Shea McClellin Zach Miller, (tight end, born 1984) Alshon Jeffery Marc Mariani Matt Slauson

  6. dvxprime Says:

    Thanks abdullah, I got the article to open but you beat me to it.

  7. abdallaha92 Says:

    np.

  8. Fro Dog Says:

    We should be ashamed of ourselves. We continue to cheer for a franchise that year in and year out, find ways to fuck things up. If it’s not Lovie and Ron Turner calling horrible plays in a Super Bowl, it’s Marc Trestman losing control of his team. If it’s not Cutler throwing interceptions, it’s Robbie Gould missing field goals. It’s always something. I am fucking pissed off. I am frustrated. I’m embarrassed.

  9. abdallaha92 Says:

    Yeah for the past like 25 years the bears aren’t what they used to be. We need to keep building up this current team cause we got some real talent. But theres some holes, including kicker, that need to be filled. But there is some good news. If kevin white can get healthy next season it’ll be like having 2 first round draft picks.

  10. genrebuster Says:

    Fro, a little trivia for you….Laura Okmin is my 1st cousin.

  11. genrebuster Says:

    How shitty do you have to perform before you lose your job?

    Barf. PATHETIC.

  12. genrebuster Says:

    To be clear: the above question is in reference to Mr. “I have to feed my family”.

  13. Fro Dog Says:

    That’s what I thought about Okmin. I just wasn’t sure, so I didn’t ask. Didn’t she grow up with you in the city? As a child, I was cable-less, but heard she covered the Bulls for SportsChannel (which became Fox Sports Net Chicago and is now Comcast SportsNet) during the 90’s.

    You should ask her how shitty it is to be around Kenny Albert for about 20 weeks a year. Tell her I said my sympathies.

  14. genrebuster Says:

    We moved around the city and burbs; at one time they were right down the road. I’m the oldest of 3, she’s the middle of 3…so we weren’t “close” growing up, but I saw her family often. Great people!

    I’ll ask her about Kenny…. 😉 HA HA HA HA HA

  15. Fro Dog Says:

    Thank you, sir. I appreciate it. And for the record, his Wikipedia page still remains with that glorious information. I am praying it gets to the higher ups and maybe they make a change. Doubt it, but there is nothing to lose.

    In other news, the Ravens were embarrassed again. Our old friend, Jimmy Clausen was terrible. It’s just nice to see Trestman failing again. Back to the Bears, I feel the exclamation point of the season will come in two weeks when they face Lovie Smith’s Buccaneers.

    Also, the same Blaine Gabbert, who played “Madden” against Bears during the 4th quarter and overtime last week, was absolutely atrocious this week against the fucking Browns of all teams. If that doesn’t show you that the Bears really fucking suck, I don’t know what will.

SHOW DA FIRE AND PASSION, MY FRENDT!

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