The times they are a changin’…or, are they?


Jay Cutler will have a new quarterback guru next year. The Chicago Bears will have a new offensive coordinator.

Robbie Gould has been released.

Congratulations Mr. Gase.

I’ll leave the analysis to those better qualified (Fro and the rest of youse). Thank you, my frendts.

We now return to our regularly scheduled programming.

6 Responses to “The times they are a changin’…or, are they?”

  1. dvxprime Says:

    Oh, look…another season, another OC. Which means another new playbook, more time needed to get the WRs and RBs in sync (not gonna happen that much in the offseason)…and yet another set of OLs to attempt to get Jay Cutler killed.

    And we wonder why he’s so surly all the time.

  2. genrebuster Says:

    DVX 1, Sheeple 0.

  3. Fro Dog Says:

    The times aren’t changing with this professional football franchise. I’ve said this before, but why do idiots in the media continue to call the Bears a “proud franchise with rich history and tradition”? You hear this all the time, especially when they are playing Nationally televised games. In just over two weeks, it will be the 30th anniversary of the only Super Bowl the Bears have ever won. I was born three months later.

    Unless they are talking about a rich history of suck and tradition of continuing to hire inept coaches and drafting shitty players, then they’re right.

    You see all of the fans that are at road games. A lot of fans who are from here relocate to other parts of the country or even the world. We’ve seen it on TV as well as this very own site with a bunch of you. I think very few of us are still in Illinois.

    Now on to what has transpired today with Adam Gase: Any coach who tries to take a Pro Bowler (Kyle Long) and make him play an entirely different position while expecting him to continue to play at a high level should go. I know Cutler’s interceptions were down but Gase isn’t the one throwing the ball out there.

    On the other side of that, Cutler still throws interceptions at the most inopportune times. He’s the best quarterback we’ve ever seen in a Bears uniform and until someone better is available, this is who we will have to cheer for, for better or worse.

    This is pissing me off because it’s all we talk about every year. Until the Bears stop drafting busts, shit isn’t going to change. Until the Bears find coaches and coordinators who can actually, I don’t know, coach a football team, then we’re all going to sit here and talk about how the Bears will be fighting to stay out of the basement of a division that has the Detroit Lions in them. That’s PATHETIC.

    There is so much more to talk about. I’ll just let some of you add your thoughts.

  4. Fro Dog Says:

    I missed the rest of the game, but saw the highlights of Blair Walsh channeling his inner Robbie Gould by missing a chip-shot field goal that could have been the game-winner.

    I actually wanted the Vikings to win because I dislike the Seahawks more than any other team. That has to suck. I think the Bengals becoming fuck tards last night was even worse, too.

  5. genrebuster Says:

    Fro, what’s your take on Marvin Lewis (Bengals head coach)?

  6. Fro Dog Says:

    Heh. Well, let me just say that I wanted the Bengals to win on Saturday. I don’t hate the Steelers, overall. I just dislike Ben Roethlisberger because he’s a rapist and thus, a piece of shit of a human being. The Bengals did the ultimate fuck job in the last two minutes or so of that game.

    With Marvin Lewis, seven appearances in the playoffs over ten years and all losses. I remember the first appearance when Carson Palmer tore his knee up in 2006. Maybe he can get an exception on that. This past Saturday, the backup was in again but come on, they had that one despite all of the odd occurrences. But the other five losses? He can do wrong.

    His team is undisciplined and they continue to draft and sign players who are not just idiots on the field, but also idiots off the field as well. I know it’s the NFL and just about every team has a criminal of some sort on them. I would say the Bengals and Cowboys are the worst of the bunch. The Cowboys are another story for another day.


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