Recap done! – Buccaneers 10 Bears 0 – End of 1st quarter


If the Bears somehow come back to win, fine. But, I’ve seen enough to decide that the Bears will lose. Here’s your recap.

Mike Glennon: 6/6 and then, throw a pass in triple-coverage with another tight end wide open? INTERCEPTION!

Defense: Forced a field goal and a punt. Great. The secondary still sucks.

Tarik Cohen: Dude, what the fuck? Don’t pick up a punt that’s bouncing. That lead to the touchdown.

Next up are the Steelers in Pittsburgh. 0-3, here we come.

20 Responses to “Recap done! – Buccaneers 10 Bears 0 – End of 1st quarter”

  1. dvxprime Says:

    Bears: Lost fumble and an INT.

    Bugs: Jacquizz Rogers has 10 carries, 33 yes and a TD. As many carries and twice as many yards as the bears overall. James Winston has fewer yards and completions than Glenon, but has the game’s pass TD.

    Way to give the Bucs a short field, Bears.

  2. dvxprime Says:

    Steelers at home Sunday, then at Green Bay on Thursday. Yes, that’s our schedule. And why? because when the Baltimore Ravens won their Super Bowl, they had a similar nightmare schedule to open their season (two short weeks in the first four to start the season).

    After that Goodell put the afterburners on the Thursday Night Football schedule, Color Rush uniforms and all.

    So now we have to endure the NFL’s Oldest Rivalry playing a non-Thanksgiving Thursday game with the Bears having no real chance at game-planning and little chance of resting their players.

    Next week’s gonna be a fun one! Hopefully the Cubs will have clinched the NL Central by then.

  3. dvxprime Says:

    …and Glennon just threw a pick-six.

    Done, Sir, done. Cubs-Cards first pitch in less than 10 minutes.

  4. chucky Says:

    Wow.. Just……wow. What the fuck is this bullshit? If John Fox still has a fucking job Monday morning, then I give up. This organization is just fucking hopeless. Utterly hopeless. Dan Hampton is gonna go off like a roman fucking candle over this train wreck. And I can’t blame him.

  5. dvxprime Says:

    Silver lining: KENDAL Wright, not Kevin. 7 catches, 69 yds.

    Deonte Thompson, 4/57/1TD.

    Maybe we have some wide receivers…?

  6. dvxprime Says:

    Chucky, I can see the Bears shitting their pants to the tune of 63-0 at Green Bay and he’ll STILL have a job. Not like the McCaskeys to hand out severance pay during the season.

  7. chucky Says:

    DVX….you’re right. It’s not in the asshole McCaskeys to ever do the right thing.

    Like sell this goddamn team!!!!!

  8. dvxprime Says:

    In happier news, the Cubs sweep the Cardinals. Pedro F’N Strop gets the win with 1 inning in relief. 3.5 game lead on the brew crew.

    Cubs at Tampa Tue/Wed, Brewers at Pirates Mon-Wed. Shit finna git REAL (and I mean it this time) starting Thursday night… amirite ernie?

    Also, the Fire and Passion won at home.

    Nice knowing somebody will have a shot at the playoffs in the near future.

  9. chucky Says:

    Off topic for a minute.

    Fro….I just read that Bobby Heenan passes away today. I thought you should know. I knew this day was coming, but damn, I’m still sad about it.

    Rest in peace “Brain”, and thank you so much for the memories. Truly one of a kind.

  10. Fro Dog Says:

    I heard of that news in the early evening.

    I was too young to remember Heenan in his prime when it came to managing. It’s such an unfortunate day in wrestling. Damn.

  11. genrebuster Says:

    …time for Glennon to sit down, eh?

  12. Fro Dog Says:

    Well, our good frendt, Steve Rosenbloom agrees with us.

  13. genrebuster Says:

    Our good frendt Rosenbloom fucking NAILED it. BOOM!

  14. Fro Dog Says:

    “How does Fox keep his job?

    Ditto, Glennon.

    I’ll hang up and listen for Ryan Pace’s silence. And inertia. And high tolerance for embarrassment.”

    Rosenbloom was gold here. It sucks he only does Saturday morning shows on The Score.

    Fun fact for our other readers: Last year at the home opener against the Eagles on Monday Night (another game where the Bears were blown out), Genre and myself were texting during the debacle. Towards the end of the game when the Bears were down 20 or whatever and had a bunch of injuries, I texted him the following: “I don’t think Pace has any idea what he’s doing.”

    That’s one of the few times in life where I am actually right on something.

  15. erniesarmy Says:

    You’re right DVX. Cubs have to go minimum 6-4 on this road trip.

    The Bears need a new head coach. So do the Packers. So do the Cowboys. So do the Bengals. Look at the difference in the Falcons since Dan Quinn took over. They used to be the laughing stock of the league, now they have a shut down defense and a potent offense. John Harbaugh has the Ravens back on top. Jim Harbaugh is turning around a Michigan program that was circling the drain. Texas should have beaten USC on Saturday. That program has been turned around by Tom Herman.

    Coaching, Fro. That is what separates the winners from the losers. Bears haven’t had an elite coach since Halas. Packers haven’t had one since Lombardi. The elite coaches have their teams ready to play every week. The Packers looked pathetic against the Falcons because McCarthy is not an elite coach. And Fox has no business coaching anywhere except Junior High Flag Football … maybe.

  16. genrebuster Says:

    ernie, I agree re: new coach for all teams you mentioned. Plus, I think the Cowboys need a new owner….as do da Bears.

  17. Fro Dog Says:

    While I still think Jerry Jones is bat shit crazy, this report right here makes me like the guy a bit. He’s getting in the way of a contract extension for no other than……ROGER GOODELL.

  18. erniesarmy Says:

    Thanks Fro, that is good news.

  19. genrebuster Says:

    HA HA HA HA….great news.

  20. Fro Dog Says:


    The Bears keep sending me emails notifying me that “a limited number” of tickets are available for home games this season. Now, I’ve been going to games for years. And before last year, I remember how difficult it had been to get tickets for home openers and big games. Last year, there were a TON of tickets available for the home game against the Packers. Last year and this year, the home openers were not a sell-out. I can’t remember the last time that happened.

    It’s proof that nobody is buying tickets other than the required season-ticket holders. They’re the ones getting fucked the most by having to deposit money months before the season even starts. But for people like myself who have decided that enough is enough, we’re done giving our money away.

    Will they wake up and do something about it? Or is so much money flowing in that it they just don’t care about it what the “minimal” amount they are losing with empty seats?


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