Oof: Bears 20 Dolphins 13


I know. It’s the preseason. But hey, why not do a recap?

In the first half, the Bears were in mid-season form. You saw penalties, fumbles, bad play-calls, false starts and the defense giving up big plays late right before halftime.

And can someone explain to me why Javon Wims is still on this team? This idiot should have been cut after that stupid penalty he took against the Saints in the regular season game last year. And what does he do against the same team in the playoffs? Exactly.

The Bears didn’t get a first down until there was under a minute to go in the first half. That sounds like very much like the Bears.

The second half happened and Justin Fields got into a groove. We can all remember the greatness of Caleb Hanie in the preseason. So, let’s not get too excited yet. These are the Bears we are talking about.

The defense locked it down in the second half as well by keeping the Dolphins scoreless.

Next week, Mitch Trubisky returns to Chicago with the Bills coming to town. Yay.

6 Responses to “Oof: Bears 20 Dolphins 13”

  1. chucky Says:

    I don’t know, maybe it was off season rust, which, in my humble(HA!) opinion, should be be knocked off a little bit before preseason game 1 comes around. But did they make some halftime adjustments? I’m not going to look for that during the regular season, that is just a set up for disappointment. Yeah, I am not getting psyched up yet for this crew. Does the ole Turd Biscuit get his dumb ass booed out of the stadium? Let’s hope so.

  2. Fro Dog Says:

    Good to see you’re still an ANGRY one, Chucky!

    By the way, I’m finally getting around to watching Jimbo Covert’s Hall of Fame speech as we speak (it was last week). Before my time, sure. But it’s awesome to see how great he was and it’s such a shame the Bears don’t have many linemen even half as good as Covert was.

  3. chucky Says:

    Oh dude, Covert was a BEAST! That whole damn team was an absolute riot to watch. They were far better than just one Super Bowl title. I don’t know what happened to them. MY problem with that entire era of Bear awesomeness is that I actually don’t remember a lot of it, mainly because I was really shit faced back then. Actually, there’s a whole lot of the 80’s I don’t remember.

    It was the best of times!

  4. Fro Dog Says:


    Didn’t I just write a post last week about injuries? What is with the Bears and their storied history of drafting players who are already damaged goods? Do they think that there is a miracle doctor who can save these players? I mean, just, fuck this. Fuck it all.

    And the Bears are praying he can be back at some point. Yeah, because any back surgery is just easy to come back from when you’re an athlete.

  5. chucky Says:

    “Yeah, because any back surgery is just easy to come back from when you’re an athlete.”

    I’ve been told that a few times. There was a Bears player, his name escapes me now, who had a back or a neck issue. I don’t remember that either(old age and/or a of painkillers). He had surgery, fusion, I think, and I thought that he may not ever play again. This dumb fuck I knew at the time said “He’ll be back in no time at all. He’s an athlete.” Evidently, despite my experience in having double spinal fusion surgery and having it fail, I had no clue about what I was talking about. FYI, I’ve followed up that surgery with a surgery where they had to remove all that plastic hardware and do a triple fusion with titanium hardware. And when THAT one failed, I ended up with a spinal cord stimulator implanted in my back, AND I STILL HAVE MAJOR SPINAL ISSUES! Spinal stenosis, for openers. So yeah, I know a thing or two about back surgery. Avoid it you possibly can. You may possibly never recover. I don’t know what he had done, but I hope Jenkins can recover from this. But if he had anything as extensive as my surgeries, I wouldn’t bank on it. I hope I’m wrong.

  6. Joe Says:

    Hey, how do you like the fact that Pace once again had to go to free agency to fill a roster spot of a guy he just drafted? Jenkins is a gimp. The Bears knew this. Ryan Pace drafted him and in fact, wait for it ….. traded up. Traded up. That’s Pace’s garbage move which rarely works out but he keeps doing it again and again. Anyway, he pays a 39 year old Peters to fill left tackle. Remember the other moves idiot boy Pace made to do the same back fills? Positions like TE, WR, QB, DB and other key positions.

    The failed draft of Kevin White is echoing around Chicagoland. And guess what? Pace did it again. Drafted a gimp who won’t be the same player after back surgery. Backs and knees don’t take well to going under the knife and once you have problems – the problems continue for the rest of a players career.



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