There is no point for the Bears to play Justin Fields for the remainder of the season.


But, it’s going to happen. The rookie quarterback with THREE broken ribs is going to play in a meaningless game on Sunday night against the proverbial owner of the franchise, Aaron Rodgers. Fucking stupid.

Sit him for the rest of the season to heel and pray to God the Bears get lucky by getting a competent general manager and head coach next season. Instead, a 4-8 team that has to win all five remaining games and get a ton of help just to make the playoffs is going to play their only prayer for the future all for nothing. THIS TEAM WILL BE LUCKY TO WIN ONE MORE GAME ALL YEAR.

Fuck these fucking fuckers.

2 Responses to “There is no point for the Bears to play Justin Fields for the remainder of the season.”

  1. John Says:

    Justin Fields needs development, however futile the games may be. He needs to learn. This is exactly the best time for him to play. Sitting him on the bench to watch and wait for next season isn’t going to do anything. He would just be doing the growth then that he could otherwise be doing now.

    But why, oh, why does the NFL have to put this game on prime time? It’s going to be an absolute slaughter, I’m sure. 40-10, let’s go. Bears versus a Super Bowl contender. Free win for the Packers.

  2. chucky Says:

    John, I must respectfully disagree with you. Fields has absolutely zero chance of developing under this regime. His best bet to becoming an elite NFL quarterback is to sit the rest of this year, heal up, and HOPEFULLY await the arrival of a competent coaching staff, along with a new GM who will rebuild the o-line to protect him. As for why the NFL won’t flex this game, I read that the rest of the games for this week are even worse than this one. I know, I find it hard to believe that this hot mess is actually the best matchup of the week. It’s just what I read somewhere online.

    By the way Fro, I presume you have heard the news about Blackjack Lanza. Really sad news, he was another guy I grew up watching way back in the 70’s when I started watching wrestling. I miss those days. It’s so weird for me to think that the only guy left from the Bobby Heenan Family from the 70’s AWA is Bobby Duncum. Bockwinkel, Stevens, Lanza, Mulligan, and Heenan himself are all gone. When Heenan came back from Georgia Championship Wrestling after a year there(79-80) he added Mr. Saito and Super Destroyer Mark II(Sgt. Slaughter),


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