The schedule is out. How bad will it be?

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As you all know, the scumbag owners along with the scumbag commissioner paved way for the players to further risk injury by adding a 17th game for the season moving forward.

I hate to say this because I truly feel this way. But I only see four wins on this schedule. Those are the games against the Bengals, 49ers, Lions (the first match-up) and the Giants. Every year, I always find a game that they win when nobody expects them to. Maybe that game against the Steelers? But really, they are playing one of the toughest schedules and it doesn’t help that this team is ran by frauds.

What are your predictions?

11 Responses to “The schedule is out. How bad will it be?”

  1. Paul Says:

    I really don’t give a Rats ASS what the Bears do, I’ll start caring when the McCaskeys sell the team!!

  2. chucky Says:

    I read an article last night about which teams had the toughest schedules. Good news, the Bears have the third toughest. Hopefully that’ll seal Nagys fate for sure. Weird thing that I saw was that Tampa has the third easiest, and they won the Super Bowl.

    One thing that did piss me off about this schedule is the Bears playing Detroit on Thanksgiving…….AGAIN! I personally hate Thursday games, and Thanksgiving games fucking blow. Always Dallas and Detroit, and for so many of those years they have sucked the life out of the entire holiday because of how bad they were. If they have to have the Bears on Thanksgiving, send them to Dallas for a goddamn change. At least they pencil them in for a second Thursday game like they’ve done in previous years.

    Overall, I’ll say that this schedule is actually good news for us fans, because it’s really bad news for Nagy and Pace.

  3. Jack Pat Says:

    This Mediocre team will be 5 – 12 and No-Clue Pace and Supposed-To-Be QB Guru Nage will be FIRED! Oh, that Phillips No-Clue too so I could be a Bears Fan again.

  4. chucky Says:

    I wouldn’t bet on Phillips leaving any time soon. Fucker will be there until he drops dead and even then he’ll still be there until his rotting corpse starts stinking up the joint.

  5. Jack Pat Says:

    The reason why I Terminate Myself As A Bears Fan. Anyone wants my Suck-Bears jerseys and stuff let me know, you can pick it up inside my garbage bins outside my home every Wednesday. Thanks.

  6. Paul Says:

    Hey Jack Pat, if only we could terminate the McCaskeys!!

  7. Jack Pat Says:

    Paul, that should be the Best solution – As what successful football team’s motto says “It Starts At The Top”. And the Bears Top is not top it is bottom, Pathetic!

  8. dvxprime Says:

    Oh, for fuck’s sake.

    DaBears drew the AFC North and NFC West, the two toughest divisions in the NFL. A trip to the defending Super Bowl champs. And the annual home and home with The Discount Double-Check, aka Aaron Rodgers.
    Maybe if the defensive coaches can teach the back four to TURN AROUND WHEN THE BALL IS THROWN, and maybe if Dalton has a career second wind or Justin Fields develops really REALLY fast…

    MAYBE 6-10. And maybe enough for Georgie- boy to clean house next January.

  9. dvxprime Says:

    6-11.

  10. genrebuster Says:

    …who gives a fuck?

    Jack Pat and Paul summed it up and saved me some typing, thx!

  11. jerbates Says:

    5-12 or 6-11 and we’ll all be praying that it’s bad enough for Pace and Nagy to be fired. Finally.

SHOW DA FIRE AND PASSION, MY FRENDT!

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