A ton of penalties, missed field goals, fumbles and failing at the end = A game involving the Chicago Bears: Colts 29 Bears 23

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I am going to try to make this as short as possible since I am pissed off right now.

Connor Barf: Missed field goal. But wait. A running into the kicker penalty. Another chance to get points. Then, another miss! Oh, man. The Bears really replaced Robbie Gould there. Go eat a bag of dicks, Connor.

Vic Fangio: Hey you, Mr. Defensive Genius. Your defense didn’t look like a defense in the first half. Then, that touchdown drive in the 4th that Luck did with ease. You sir, are an impostor. Oh, your defense did get a lot of sacks today. Too bad the Colts drove down the field with ease to get into field goal range. Go eat a bag of dicks, Vic.

TOO MANY PENALTIES.

Brian Hoyer: Okay, dude. Three straight games with over 300 yards passing. Mr. Hoyer was the second quarterback in franchise history to throw over 300 yards in three straight games. The first one? Josh McCown. Wow. This franchise really fucking sucks. To have a history going back 80-something years and only two quarterbacks to do this is quite PATHETIC. But hey, Hoyer really did everything he could to help the team win today. Likewise with Jordan Howard. At the end, another penalty and bad execution fucked away this chance at the end. Hoyer shall remain the starter.

Cameron Meredith: Nice Touchdown. Then, nice fumble. Go eat a bag of dicks, Cameron.

Oh, and fuck Connor Barth.

Next up, the Bears will continue their quest for a top 5 pick in next year’s draft against the Jaguars. If anybody wants to throw in predictions on how the Bears will somehow, fuck this one up, feel free.

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21 Responses to “A ton of penalties, missed field goals, fumbles and failing at the end = A game involving the Chicago Bears: Colts 29 Bears 23”

  1. Nemo Says:

    How the fuck do you not look for Alshon Jeffrey on 4th down with the game on the line?! Even if you forgot to look, common fucking sense tells you that when you see a clusterfuck of blue jerseys where you are about to throw the ball, that someone else must be facing man coverage-find him you ballwashing bastard!!!!

  2. Fro Dog Says:

    He was open with one-on-one coverage on the left side of the end zone. Throw a jump ball if he is covered. But let’s face it: That game shouldn’t have reached that point. It was another example (out of the thousands) that a team tried handing the game to the Bears and they replied with “no thanks”.

  3. Chris Says:

    Fuck you I will kill your stupid shit ass

  4. genrebuster Says:

    .hmmm…friend or sheeple?

  5. Fro Dog Says:

    Chris,

    Who are you saying that to?

  6. dvxprime Says:

    Hey, Fro Dog…I hadn’t checked in with Desipio or Fire Jim Essian, and I wanted to see how well they’ve been handling the Cubs’ recent ‘success’. FJE has been taken down (sadness) and I can’t get into Desipio now.

    Dammit.

  7. Cbears523 Says:

    Everyone calm down. We all know the bears are a terrible football team. We have to completely hit rock bottom before we can rise. We need a top qb from the draft to build around. The defense is pretty much all on IR. the Meredith looked promising. Howard looks like the real deal. We need to use the rest of the season to develop our young talent. Too bad white got hurt

  8. Fro Dog Says:

    I thought the Bears had hit rock bottom years ago. I know what you are saying about being calm, but it’s not in me to do so. I want the Bears to win. Today’s game really pissed me off.

  9. Fro Dog Says:

    I am watching the Giants vs. Packers right now. The Packers, while having some flaws, are still finding ways to beat teams. Up 20-9 right now, the offense is driving and they are doing it efficiently. Granted, the Giants are bad, but so are the Colts. The Packers are taking care of business on BOTH sides of the ball and are executing at the most crucial of times.

  10. Cbears523 Says:

    Well if you thought the bears hit rock bottom years ago then this season is going to be rough for you. We will be a bottom 5 team this year and have a top 5 pick. We need to take advantage of this and use our high picks on impact players. We have to add quality young stars to the team not just serviceable players. We have no top tier talent on this team. I cannot think of 1 future young star on our roster besides maybe howard

  11. Fro Dog Says:

    I agree. The problem is, do you trust Ryan Pace and John Fox to pick a player who can contribute to the team immediately? Two years under this regime and two first-round busts.

    Also, the Ravens fired their offensive coordinator, Mr. Marc Trestman today. That makes me smile.

  12. dvxprime Says:

    I just saw that, Fro Dog. Also, Marcellus Bennett caught three TDs for the Patriots, and Brandon Marshall still can’t shut the fuck up for the Jets.

    And Cbears523 has it right…there are very few players on this roster right now who we can build around for the next few years.

  13. Cbears523 Says:

    Well if we can get kizer then I trust that pick. He is a sure franchise qb in my opinion. Thats a no brainer. After that worries me. Selecting Leonard floyd made me nervous then and he has done nothing to change anyone’s mind. He has no pass rushing moves. And he is to thin to get any bull rush on. He should watch tape on von miller

  14. dvxprime Says:

    “The problem is, do you trust Ryan Pace and John Fox to pick a player who can contribute to the team immediately?”

    Right now? No. But that’s been the problem with the bears for years; they can’t draft players worth a damn, and they can’t develop talent or keep it physically fit to do their jobs.

    John Fox is the most vanilla coach I have seen since Neal Anderson, the team coach when I first started following the Bears back in “83.

    If Fox and Pace want to keep their jobs beyond next season, they need to seriously overhaul their scouting department and physical training staff and regimen. The Bears are just barely maintaining a 53-man roster at this point (who is backing up Hoyer? anybody?), and they can’t expect to contend for anything with a weak and barely trained roster.

  15. Fro Dog Says:

    EIGHTY-THREE!

  16. Cbears523 Says:

    It is pretty pathetic that we cannot keep our players healthy year after year. Something isnt right about that. No other team has the injuries year in and year out that we have. The bears should look at the scouting dept. Anyone that has had a tenure there for longer than 15 years needs to go. We have never been a team to develop our own talent since the 80s. Something has to change. We can’t keep doing the same shit with the same people and expect different results. Many times have I sat and watched the draft and said we should get this guy. Boom we pick Shea McClellan. Very next pick the pats select chandler jones. Aaron donald should be a bear as well

  17. Dave Says:

    Hoyer needed to throw to Jeffery on that last play, he was wide open. Also our kicker sucks, could have won or tied if he had made that second chance kick after the running into the kicker penalty. I do like most of what I saw from Hoyer, but if 500 passing yards don’t translate to 4 or 5 or more touchdowns, especially when your defense looks like it could not stop a runaway shopping cart, then then that yardage means nothing. Hoyer is frequently looking for a checkdown play, much like Cutler does. Effective in theory, not effective in practice.

    LOL Fro, I find myself doing that 83 thing from Boers and Bernstein on 670 quite often.

  18. Fro Dog Says:

    Isn’t it great? A friend and I text each other pictures that contain “83” in them all the time. IT’S EVERYWHERE NOW.

  19. dvxprime Says:

    On a side note: today is/was Columbus Day, a national holiday. Great time for everybody to have a nice daytime playoff game right? Fuck no. The Cubs game doesn’t start until nine. Fucking. Thirty.

    Is it too much for MLB to schedule weekend/holiday playoff games during the day anymore? We can’t do a 1 PM EST or 4 PM EST first pitch? Why are you having 9:30 PM baseball when you know half of your viewers are going to have to go to bed and go to work in the morning?

    Motherfuckers.

  20. Dave Says:

    I leave work at 5:30, turn on the Score in my car and wonder how they will put in the 83 sound bite as the Boers and Bernstein show is ending.

  21. erniesarmy Says:

    “Is it too much for MLB to schedule weekend/holiday playoff games during the day anymore? We can’t do a 1 PM EST or 4 PM EST first pitch? Why are you having 9:30 PM baseball when you know half of your viewers are going to have to go to bed and go to work in the morning?”

    One word: Television

    Television owns professional sports these days. They don’t give a damn about the fans or the players. Just the money.

SHOW DA FIRE AND PASSION, MY FRENDT!

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