Robbie Gould and the 1-10 49ers come to Chicago to get their second win of the season?


Yeah, probably.

Also, Soldier Field and it’s 60,000 capacity will have plenty of empty seats.

I will go with 25,000 no-shows. I pray it’s 50,000, but I don’t think we’re that lucky.

If these empty seats don’t wake up George McCaskey to make changes, we’re fucked.

Your thoughts in the thread.

P.S. – Robbie Gould is playing on a 1-10 team (that will probably beat the Bears) to feed his family.

6 Responses to “Robbie Gould and the 1-10 49ers come to Chicago to get their second win of the season?”

  1. Cbears523 Says:

    It’s Jimmy g’s first start. He is going to shred our defense. Hopefully our offense can get their shit together this week

  2. chucky Says:

    If the Bears lose this Sunday, I think the only thing left to do for this coaching staff, and front office is for each and every one of them to step out in front of a speeding bus.


  3. dvxprime Says:

    Fro Dog, I’ll see your 25K empty seats and raise you:

    1) Jimmy G, another junior/inexperience QB making complete asses of the Bears’ defense,

    2) John Fox with at least one boneheaded clock management/challenge issue, and…

    3) The Bears having yet another second quarter meltdown that proves too deep to completely recover from.

  4. dvxprime Says:

    Wow, this game is easily the worst one on this week’s schedule. Bears-49ers should be the butt end of the NFL in terms of actual attendance AND TV ratings (if it isn’t somehow blacked out).

  5. Nemo Says:

    My wife predicted that Gould would get 6 FG’s to beat the Bears.

  6. dvxprime Says:

    Nemo, your wife was pretty close.


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