The Bye Week is a good time to fire a general manager and head coach.


Instead, George McCaskey is still hiding in his underground bunker away from the media. He probably refuses to have internet down there because he’s too much of a coward to face the criticism he deserves. Every day that goes by, he admits to letting the inmates run the asylum. Every passing day, he does nothing to change this team. Instead, Ryan Pace continues his SEVENTH year as general manager by drafting busts and signing players who can’t play football (Buster Skrine). Go ahead and throw in “trading picks for absolutely no reason whatsoever.” Then again, he can’t do shit with the picks he does have, so it doesn’t really doesn’t matter.


I am tired of the mediocrity. I’m tired of general managers who don’t know how to draft good players. I’m tired of head coaches who don’t know that running the ball on 2nd and inches is a better idea than passing it. I’m tired watching players not know how to cover receivers. We’ve seen this shit for way too long.

There has been only one season in my life where I actually felt confident that the Bears could have won the Super Bowl. Of course, that was the year they lost the Super Bowl back in 2007. Everything seemed okay until the playoffs where the “magic” of Lovie Smith disappeared. I’m not going to get into that because it will just piss me off. But you get the point. As I am in my mid-30’s, that shows how bad the Bears have been since I’ve existed. The Bears really haven’t been feared since the 80’s. That’s a long fucking time ago.

Easier said than done. Of course, this is the NFL. But at the same time, a professional football team should hire actual professionals that are qualified. Ryan Pace wasn’t qualified to become a general manager of an NFL team. Matt Nagy wasn’t qualified to become a head coach. And after watching these two clowns piss all over the Bears, I am certain they aren’t even qualified to be in the sport.

But, these are the Bears. A lifetime accountant is the president of the team (Ted Phillips). He’s been there for about 30 years. 30. FUCKING. YEARS.

The bye week is a good time to fire a general manager and head coach. It would give the team almost two weeks to get acclaimed to a different coach and maybe lighten up the mood. It would also give the chairman time to find someone who actually knows the game of football.

But, these are the Bears. And therefore, we will continue to dream of those scenarios.

19 Responses to “The Bye Week is a good time to fire a general manager and head coach.”

  1. chucky Says:

    Well Fro, I hate to do this to you my old frendt, but here’s a big ol’ turd in your punchbowl just in time for Thanksgiving.

    Fuck this goddamned piece of shit, half-assed (dis)organization.

  2. Fro Dog Says:

    Of course his job is safe. Why wouldn’t it be? The McCaskey’s love mediocrity. If fans are allowed next season, we can only pray that nobody shows up because that’s what they deserve.

    Don’t forget why the Bears made some season ticket holders purchase actual seats to own every year. That way, people just can’t give up season tickets as easily or at all. What a way to fuck the fans some more.

  3. chucky Says:

    I’m almost to the point of looking at the Bears the same way I look at the Detroit Lions. Shitty players, shitty coaching, and shitty ownership. They too will never amount to anything resembling a Super Bowl contender under their current ownership.

  4. Fro Dog Says:

    You’re almost to the point?

    The way I see it, the Bears are more of a laughingstock than the Lions. They have a brighter future than the Bears do.

  5. chucky Says:

    Point taken. But the good news for Lions fans is that Matt Patricia will probably be gone on Black Monday. On the other hand, Matt Nagy will probably get an extension.

  6. dvxprime Says:


    On a happier topic, I am foregoing weeks of turkey leftovers for a Bachelor’s Crab Boil for Thanksgiving. Dungeness crab legs, gulf shrimp, red potatoes, corn cobbettes, and half-smokes…all in a broth with crab boil, Old Bay seasoning, and a tall boy can of Miller Lite.

    And homemade tiramisu for dessert.

    What’s on your menu?

    Happy Thanksgiving, y’all!

  7. Fro Dog Says:

    Every Thanksgiving, I go to this restaurant by my work that serves a lunch with turkey, mashed potatoes, stuffing, side of cream chicken soup and a slice of pie (chocolate). Instead of dining in for a tradition, they are doing to-go orders and I’m just going to pick it up.

  8. genrebuster Says:

    Bears-Lions. Same shit, different uniform.

    Just blow the fucking dis-organization up and start over, beginning
    with new ownership.

    Wait a minute…didn’t I post the same 10 years ago about the Cubs?

    tick tock..tick tock…tick tock…
    tick tock..tick tock…tick tock…
    tick tock..tick tock…tick tock…
    tick tock..tick tock…tick tock…


  9. genrebuster Says:

    Great menu, DVX.

    Happy Thanksgiving to all. Stay safe…

  10. chucky Says:

    This is as fucking crazy ridiculous as it gets. Guess who’s starting for the Jaguars Sunday against Cleveland. Get ready…………

    Mike fucking Glennon!

    What the hell, I thought he was out of the league.

  11. erniesarmy Says:

    This Sunday I predict the Bears will beat my Packers 14-10. Bears will run the football on a “defense” that cannot stop the run and Rogers will throw a couple of interceptions. Book it!

  12. Fro Dog Says:

    Ernie, whatever you’re smoking, feel free to send some my way.

  13. genrebuster Says:

    HAHAHAHA….(Ernie and Fro. And Glennon starting, too).

  14. chucky Says:

    I’d rather have what the Jags are smoking. Maybe then Turd Biscuit will look decent.

    On the other hand…………….probably not.

  15. Fro Dog Says:

    Congratulations to the Lions on moving past the Bears on the “relevancy” scale by actually doing something right today. They fired both their general manager and head coach. They obviously didn’t care it was two days after Thanksgiving. It’s a business.

  16. chucky Says:

    The fucking McCaskeys are probably still sleeping off Thanksgiving dinner.

  17. Fro Dog Says:

    Well, they better wake up before this next game. Their precious Bears are going to be embarrassed once again on national television.

    And here’s a stat for everyone: Since 2010, the Bears only have four wins against the Packers. Yes, that’s out of 21 meetings in the last decade. The Bears are an astounding 4-17 against them.

    It’s not a rivalry when the same team wins all the time.

  18. chucky Says:

    And what’s the first thing every new coach says?

    “Our first goal is to beat the Packers.” Fro, you just pointed out how well that’s worked out.

  19. Mark Says:

    Please, not so hard on the McCaskey. He has a strategic plan to hire Bob Quinn and Matt Patricia now that they are available. This way they don’t have to go through the shame of being the original franchise, but have to hire Ernie Accorsi to find a GM and Coach.

    Seriously, if you fire everybody WHO would want the jobs?
    I’m still following Matt Nagy’s advice from 2019…I watch the COLTS!


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