Does it matter? | Bears 16 Lions 14


Last night, I was at a wrestling show in the city and “Fire Nagy” chants happened. Yeah, at a wrestling show. It happened when the Bulls were playing earlier this week as well. Of course, it also happened at Matt Nagy’s son’s high school football game last week. That is just wrong. Leave the personal shit out of it. However, the first two places I mentioned is fair game.

It’s obvious that George McCaskey has no clue how to bring in people who actually know the game of football. George cannot find general managers and coaches who can bring in defensive backs who can cover receivers. They cannot find a coach who can run a competent offensive. The entire team needs to be changed. A complete reset on this franchise is necessary. It can’t just be Nagy who can needs to be fired. It can’t be just Pace. It needs to be EVERYONE. Completely clean house and bring in new faces everywhere from management to players. Nobody stays.

If anyone cares about the game, Santos his three field goals and the last one was the game-winner. He missed one earlier in the game. But oh well. Dalton did okay despite that interception in the end zone. Over 300 yards passing for him and it really didn’t have significance.

Your thoughts in the thread. Happy Thanksgiving everyone.

8 Responses to “Does it matter? | Bears 16 Lions 14”

  1. Pie in the Sky Says:

    Bears only won because Lions tanked the end of game. Back to back timeout, playing 12 yards off on 3rd and 4 at the goal (wtf?)…

    Happy Thanksgiving to ya’ll.

  2. dvxprime Says:


    Andy Dalton had 205 yards passing in the first half. Da bears passing usually nets about 175 per game.

    Yes, 300 yards passing LIKE ANY WELL-RUN NFL OFFENSE, but four trips to the red zone net only three FGs and an INT? And where the fuck was the running game? Jeez, the Lions pretty much rode the self-destruct button the whole game…and Da Bears had to bleed out the last eight minutes of the game because 1) they can’t trust their offense to get into the end zone, and 2) they can’t trust their defense to hold a late lead.

    Thank God Fox left off the Nerdwallet commercials, but from what I saw today…this year’s Super Bowl commercials are gonna bean epic cringe fest.

    Speaking of the SB: did the NFL office go through YouTube and check out the “greatest hits” of Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, and Eminem? I don’t see a “social justice” turn for any of the rappers I mentioned, but their best stuff is most definitely NSFW…or a family audience.

    Yes, the Bears won, but it was a road game against a team that pushed Pittsburgh and Cleveland to the bitter end, in both of their houses. Enjoy it while it lasts.

    Fire Teddy-bear. Fire Pace. Fire Nagy. End of discussion.

    Love me some crock-pot spare ribs and Miller Lite. Happy Thanksgiving, y’all.

  3. Paul Says:

    Fro Dog , The McCaskeys won’t do anything but the same thing over and over!!

  4. chucky Says:

    The NFL really needs to choose another team and replace the Lions on Thanksgiving. This shit is just flat out stupid, and bad. We had two teams play each other today with a combined three wins to their credit. This has to be one of the lowest games, ratings wise that is, in history. And teams playing on Thursdays, any Thursday, should only do so coming off of their bye. In other words, a team with their scheduled bye would play eleven days their Sunday game, then their next game would in ten days. In a way that team would get two smaller bye weeks, which might help reduce injuries, and get rid of the stupid quick four day turnaround. Otherwise, they should just get rid of Thursday night games. What do you guys think?

  5. Pie in the Sky Says:

    Chucky you’re 100% correct. I’ve said that the league should do that for years. This is even more important now that the league has expanded to 17…and eventually 18…games.

  6. dvxprime Says:

    Chucky and Pie, you guys are both right. Unfortunately, I think the main/only thing driving the NFL is TV money. As long as they can extort the viewing public (NFL-TV), the domestic networks (FOX, NBC, CBS) and whatever suckers around the world are willing to pay for broadcasting the NFL, they will do anything and everything to put the NFL on TV…even if it is a marquee holiday game featuring the ass-ends of the NFC North.

  7. chucky Says:

    And sadly dvx is right regarding the money situation. Greed doesn’t care about the players health.

  8. John Says:

    I didn’t even watch or listen to the game. I was en route to my family’s Thanksgiving, but I heard that the crowd noise was very lax in the game, unsurprising. I don’t think this win is going to be enough to keep Nagy’s head on his shoulders. I’m going to go out on the limb and call two slaughterhouse losses that are up in coming in the next two weeks and which will effectively boot the Bears out of playoff contention.

    Hope everyone had a good Thanksgiving.

    Gobble! Gobble!


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