PATHETIC on every level: Falcons 23 Bears 17


Well, it’s a new season. But it’s the same shit. Today, we are reminded once again what a bad team looks like. Good teams find ways to win these kinds of games. Bad teams find ways to lose. Once again, the Bears displayed the latter.

Mike Glennon/play-calling: Fuck this guy and the idiot Oompa Loompa for an offensive coordinator. 1st and Goal at the 5 with 23 seconds left and it’s three straight passes? RUN. THE. FUCKING. BALL. At least on first down. That way, they still have one or two plays left to throw it. Instead, Josh Bellamy drops a pass. Then, Howard takes his eye off the ball at the last second for an incompletion. That is followed by a dropped/deflection to Zach Miller. 4th down and the offensive line can’t protect the fucking idiot playing quarterback. Glennon can’t run. He can’t move out of the pocket. Good quarterbacks are usually ones who have either great offensive lines like brick walls or they’re mobile. Glennon doesn’t have either of those options.

Secondary: Oh, lord, do these guys suck or what? Austin Hooper was wide open all the way down the field on the last touchdown by the Falcons. He went 88 yards for that and when the secondary did catch up to him, they couldn’t tackle them to save their lives. Hooper all by himself down the field gave me nightmares of Reggie Wayne in the Super Bowl against the Bears and Randall Cobb in 2013 in the last game of the season. It was absolutely stupid. Teams are laughing at the Bears now.

Tarik Cohen: He was the only bright spot in this game. 5 rushes for 66 yards on the ground. He had 8 catches for 47 yards and was a threat all day. It wasn’t his fault that the rest of his teammates sucked.

Akiem Hicks: This fucking guy plays well the entire game. Then, he decides to still try to tackle Matt Ryan with the ball well out of his hands. The result? Roughing the passer. Instead of getting the Falcons to punt, they end up getting another field goal out of it. I have no idea if this was the play that decided the game, but it made the Bears attempt to win the game with a touchdown rather than aiming for overtime. But, it wouldn’t have mattered because it would be so “Bear” to have Connor Barth miss a chip-shot field goal late.

Next up: The Bears head South to take on known rapist, Jameis Winston and the Buccaneers. Since the Bears clearly aren’t going to do a damn thing all year, the least they can do is beat the ever living shit out of Winston.

11 Responses to “PATHETIC on every level: Falcons 23 Bears 17”

  1. chucky Says:

    OK bitches, watch out. I’m back.

    Fuck the Bears,

    Fuck John Fox.

    AND FUCK YOU RYAN FUCKING PACE. Looks like your golden boy, Kevin White, is done for the year ……again. Broken collarbone, season ending surgery is what I’m hearing from Hampton and OB.


    And this is just for me, but FUCK YOU TOM SKILLING.

    There. I feel better now.

  2. Cbears523 Says:

    Why is everyone so pissed? We just played with and barely lost to the defending nfc champs. Our defense played pretty well. It’s only week 1. We are going to be much improved this year. Kevin white is done though. He can’t be relied on to stay healthy. Tough luck on his part

  3. Fro Dog Says:


    I agree that this team has improved from last year. The problem is, they are losing the same ways they have over the last several years. Today was a prime example of what we have witnessed over the last several years.

  4. Cbears523 Says:

    Well considering the competition we can give them a break. They actually played Julio well all day. That tight end killed us. I say put trubisky in. Glennon can’t move in the pocket and he can only dink and dunk. Trubisky gives us the best chance to win.

  5. Kevin Hill Says:

    cut time for white , 3 in a row , yrs lost

  6. Fro Dog Says:

    “Trubisky gives us the best chance to win.”

    I think this is also part of the answer to your own question on why everyone is pissed. I can’t sit here and say they had a better chance to win with him starting, but Glennon was sacked three times. Had someone more mobile in the pocket were there, maybe that doesn’t happen? I know, hypotheticals don’t mean shit. But it’s a shame that the best quarterback has an earpiece in on the sidelines.

  7. Cbears523 Says:

    I deff get that part. Trubisky just has the IT factor for me. His pocket awareness is very impressive and much better than glennons. But I know where they are coming from. They wanna make sure he’s ready when he gets in. I’m cool with waiting. Better to make sure he’s ready than to just throw him out there. He will be starting by midseason. We aren’t going to make the playoffs anyways and he won’t have anyone to throw too. We should have never let Jeffrey walk. Now look at us. Our top wr is Kendall Wright!!!

  8. Fro Dog Says:

    Call me crazy, but the Bears are already out of playoff contention. Let me tell you all why.

    Everyone else in the division won their first games of the season. If anyone thinks the Bears can keep up with the Packers, Lions and Vikings, you are all deeply mistaken. The Lions took the Cardinals’ lunches yesterday. Tonight, Sam Bradford looked like Joe Montana against the Saints. And while Aaron Rodgers had a subpar game, I highly doubt he’s going to play like that all year.

    Next, look at the NFC East. I am certain a Wild Card spot is coming out of that division. The Cowboys and Eagles will be fighting for the division and Wild Card. There is a very good chance that 11 wins is needed to get a playoff spot. There is no way the Bears win 11 out of 15. The Packers will still probably win the NFC North and one of the remaining playoff spots goes to either the Vikings or Lions.

  9. erniesarmy Says:

    Fro, one game doth not make a season. Injuries, internal turmoil, and scheduling can take a 1-0 team to a 1-12 team. Bears are not out of it by any stretch. I know you know that.

    I’m a Packer fan. I liked their defense vs the Seahawks. Their offensive line is garbage. So, even though we are 1-0, we could quickly be 1-4, or worse, especially if we get stomped by the Falcons and a few players go out with ACL tears.

    With the NFL these days nothing is a “lock.” Hang in there my frendt!

  10. dvxprime Says:

    To tank, or not to tank: ’tis the question.

    The Bears have one of the worst rosters in the NFL (next to Colts/49ers/Jets/Browns), to include two bums and a rookie at QB and WRs/TEs in name only.

    If the Bears are tanking, what is the plan? Whom are they drafting for and what position? If Trubisky is the future franchise QB (btw: I wouldn’t start him until after midseason, when Glennon and Buttfumble have both gone all-Gino Smith, and maybe a WR or two develops), can the Bears find reliable pass catchers who can stay on the field and off the medical cart?

    And who do we put in the draft war room? Ryan Pace has built a horrorshow of a roster two years in a row; why should any sane human being let him be in charge of a draft? Is he worth one more shot or does Georgie-boy bite the bullet and find yet another GM-coach combo platter? Should we really even trust George McCaskey and his lackey Teddy-bear Phillips to even find any competent team leadership in the draft room?

  11. Fro Dog Says:


    I appreciate the optimism. But, you have to see it from a Bears fan’s point of view. We can just tell that this team is once again, poorly-run. No logical fan of the Bears has any faith in John Fox nor management. I pray I am wrong, but I’ve seen this movie before.


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