Too late: Bears 36 Texans 7


Wow. If only the Bears had won last week, they would have been tied for the last playoff spot. But since they didn’t, getting to the playoffs is going to be much more difficult.

This game shocked all of us. None of us expected the Bears to win this game. The Bears sacked Watson six times and the offense scored four touchdowns in the first half. Trubisky was amazing in the first half. Of course, the bald-headed dipshit was trying to get cute in the second half by putting him in a position to fail (like he has since he arrived in Chicago three years ago).

The second half was awful for the offense. There was a series where it was 2nd and 3 and what does the bald-headed dipshit do? Two straight pass plays resulting in a punt. Instead of just killing the clock by running the ball to close out the final quarter and change, pass plays galore. Even when they kick ass in total, they still try everything they can to fuck it up. There I was thinking to myself “they could still blow this.” That’s the Bears for you. If I am the players, I revolt in the huddle and run the ball instead in those situations. Show that bald-headed dipshit that he isn’t going to ruin their future careers by running plays they know don’t work.

The Bears are one game out of the last playoff spot with three remaining. Even though the Vikings lost today, they still hold the tie-breaker as we speak. Since we know the Bears aren’t beating the Packers the last game of the season, they must win the next two games against the Vikings and Jaguars respectively to still have a chance. I still feel, however, that we are probably going to look at the game the Bears blew against the Lions as the difference between making the playoffs and staying home when the season finishes up.


18 Responses to “Too late: Bears 36 Texans 7”

  1. chucky Says:

    I don’t want the Bears anywhere near the playoffs. First and foremost, if they get there, Nagy and Pace will be back near year. Second, if they get there, Pace will get another chance to fuck up the draft next year, which will set the Bears back even further. We have to hope that this was just a brain fart by the Bears, that the Vikings and Packers squash the piss out of them, and the Jaguars somehow break their losing streak. More wins won’t help improve the Bears position in any respect.

  2. Fro Dog Says:

    I am in agreement with you as far as those idiots keeping their jobs (if they get to the playoffs). I just keep thinking to myself that anything is possible. But that only applies to actual professional football teams. Yet, I still keep thinking this could get turned around.

    The bald-headed dipshit said in the press conference that “we’re starting to create an identity.” Really? It took 13 games to finally say that? Better late than never, I guess.

  3. chucky Says:

    I’ll tell ya something Fro, I’m getting to the point where I have to fucking skip out on his comments and press conferences. I just can’t take anymore of his bullshit “we’re a family”, or “we’ll look at the tape and make some changes”, or “we have each others back”, or “we/he had a good week of practice”, or any other of his wishy-washy, touchy-feely fucking bullshit. Quite frankly, “we’re starting to create an identity.” falls right in line with that bullshit “oh yaaa!” mentality that has plunged the Bears into being a fucking laughingstock, and even worse, doormats. You want proof of that? All you have to do is look at what mentality that got Marc Trestman. It’s the same goddamned horseshit that got him shitcanned. The Bears haven’t had an “edge” to them since Ditka left. Ironically, Hampton and O’Bradovich are now calling for a more Ditka like mentality to fix this train wreck. I think they’re right. Nagy has lost this team, despite today’s result, and they utterly lack any discipline. And once you lose a team, you never recover from that.

  4. Paul Says:

    I was hoping they would lose out to insure the firing of Pace and Nagy plus to get a higher draft pick! They can’t do anything right especially hiring a competent GM and head coach, they are the ultimate cluster F–K!!

  5. Fro Dog Says:


    We’ve heard every coach since Lovie say “we had a good week of practice.” How stupid are they? I can’t recall an actual head coach ever say something as ridiculous as that. And even if they did, their track record is much better than any coach the Bears had. I just want a head coach that isn’t going to insult our intelligence. The rest of the league is laughing at the Bears.

  6. chucky Says:

    Fro……I want that too, but I also want more. I want a head coach who has a bit of an edge, a bit of attitude. I want someone who will get pissed if someone screws up, and let that guy know he screwed up, under no uncertain terms. What I don’t want is a head coach who is trying to be best friends with each player. We’ve all seen how that doesn’t work for the last 28 years. And by standing pat on the coaching staff until the end of the season is going to cost them too. Have you heard who may be the Jets next head coach? Bill Cowher. Imagine if the Bears landed him. He may not be the answer, hell I thought John Fox would turn out better, but what do I know? I’m just a meatball fan.

  7. genrebuster Says:

    Rex is our quarterback. Uh, I mean Mitch.

    Trubisky has been a disappointment but with a good coach, he might have advanced much further by now.

    I’d love to see Cowher coach the Bears, but he’s expressed no interest (publicly) in coaching again.

  8. dvxprime Says:

    Me on Bears FB Page, run by the Chicago Tribune: “Fire Nagy/Fire Pace/Fire Phillips.”

    Some of the responses:

    “Ted Phillips is President and CEO NOT “Team President/Head of Football Ops.” He’s the teams’ accountant. It won’t fix anything to fire him. Get you facts straight before you go playing sportswriter.”

    “Your should consider rooting for another team.”

    “And the Packers also beat a team with a bad defense what’s your point. (Me: Ummm, that was the same team we blew a 10 point 4thQ lead to last week. Stupid.)”

    “How about we let them finish the season and judge them by the season as a whole. No one is getting fired today. No one is getting extended today. Let it play out.”


  9. chucky Says:

    dvx……that’s reason #4,972,618,607 why I don’t go anywhere near Facebook, Twitter, Parlor, or any other insane social media platform. I’m insane enough on my own. I don’t need their help to make me crazier.

  10. erniesarmy Says:

    DVX, how many years have we heard, “Your should consider rooting for another team,” whenever we criticized the Cubs? People living in cities with notoriously bad organizations producing bad teams year after year have made peace with losing. Organizations that will not accept losing will not put up with coaches like Nagy. It wasn’t until the Boston Patriots were sold to Robert Kraft did they become the 6 Super Bowl winning New England Patriots. Kraft went after Bill Belichik because he knew they weren’t going anywhere without a superior mind as coach.

    Bears need new ownership, period. I’m a Packer fan, and I know how important it is to have a quality coach. McCarthy was not a quality coach and Dallas is finding that out right now.

    Here are the coaches I think would fit for the Bears; Bill Cowher, Jim Harbaugh, Urban Meyer, or the guy coaching the Indiana Hoosiers. But will the Bears do it? No, they will give Nagy an extension. Am I right, Chucky?

  11. chucky Says:

    Well Ernie, yes and no. I seriously doubt Nagy will be getting an extension. The heat in Chicago would be nuclear. Now, with that said, I fully expect them to pick another useless hack OC, since their offense is so putrid, and one who, like Nagy, would not know his ass from third base. Look at it this way. What are the two things every Bears head coach since Dave Wannstedt have in common? They were hired by either Michael or George McCaskey, and they all sound exactly the same. Whether it’s Jauron, Smith, Trestman, Fox, and now Nagy, it’s the same calming, not ever angry, never raising their voice blather that has caused all of us to gather here, on the dark side of the internet, and have pissed us all off for the last 25 fucking years, and to demand their dismissal. You’re 100% spot on about the Bears needing new ownership. Sadly, the OLD BITCH plans to live forever, and GAWD himself couldn’t wrestle the team away from her.

    I fully expect that Nagy will be fired on either late January 3, or early on Black Monday. Nagy might have bought himself a moment of goodwill in crushing Houston, and maybe some more with beating Jacksonville (a must win if there ever was one), but that will be quickly forgotten when the Vikings beat them, and Green Bay embarrasses the hell out them on the last game of the year, and they finish 7-9. And after starting at 5-1, just how does one defend retaining Nagy?

    It can’t be done.

  12. Fro Dog Says:

    If things couldn’t get any worse, defensive lineman Mario Edwards Jr. was charged with assault on a woman in a hotel the night before the Bears beat the Panthers two months ago.

    If I’m the Bears, I tell him to stay home without pay.

  13. dvxprime Says:

    Unless Stupid Mario has a guaranteed contract…bye, Felecia.

    Oh, and this after all the BLM bullshit all year.

  14. genrebuster Says:

    ernie, not sure about Meyer, but I’d love to see Cowher get a shot (probably a pipe dream). Harbaugh? Has to be an upgrade over Nagy as he got to a Super Bowl.

  15. Fro Dog Says:

    Cowher isn’t going to coach again. For the last decade-and-a-half or so, he’s been in a cozy seat in a temperature-controlled building talking football. His pay? Probably the same as he would be doing coaching. One has all the stress in the world and the other very little to none at all. If I’m him, I’m staying in the TV studio as well.

  16. chucky Says:

    We’ve already tried a used head coach. Remember John Fox? I know I said Cowher might be a good idea, but the more I think about it, the more I don’t like the idea. Truth be told, I don’t know what the answer is, aside from the fact that the McCaskey family must be removed from the equation. That much is certain.

  17. erniesarmy Says:

    I’ve been an Anaheim Duck fan since they entered the league in 1993, but after hearing this,

    “The Chicago Blackhawks have again committed to keeping their more than 60-year-old name despite pressure from activists to make a change.”

    I may become a Blackhawk fan. Way to go Chicago Blackhawks!

  18. chucky Says:

    Ernie….you hear about the Cleveland Indians? What’s next, the Atlanta Braves? How about the New York Giants? Isn’t that name offensive to tall people? Or the Indiana Pacers, who were named after a shitty car. I generally try to be sensitive to other people, but this political correctness bullshit is going too far.


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