The Floor Is Yours | Peckers 28 Sad Excuse For An NFL Franchise 19


It wouldn’t have mattered if the Bears won or lost. However, it was the way they lost that is of serious concern. The culture of losing has continued. Enough with this “Justin Fields shows flashes.” No. He fucking sucks. This whole team is trash.

Add your own recap/thoughts in the thread.

9 Responses to “The Floor Is Yours | Peckers 28 Sad Excuse For An NFL Franchise 19”

  1. chucky Says:

    Each week it’s a new way to lose a fucking game. For fucks sake, the goddamn Detroit Lions are fucking better than the goddamned Bears, and they suck titanic hyena dick! The motherfucking McCaskeys should be made to sell this broken record of a shit rat team. They are a bigger black eye to the NFL than Dan FUCKING Snyder! Jesus FUCKING Christ!!!!!! ENOUGH OF THIS GODDAMNED BULL FUCKING SHIT!!!!!!!!!

  2. John Says:

    The Bears have the way they lose to the Packers to a science. Textbook loss. They start off well, then they have a careless turnover (of course.) Then they blow their lead as they always do and bungle scoring opportunities. Then eventually the Packers make some huge scoring play to sink in the dagger, and of course they never have any turnovers themselves. I am so sick of this. Sick of it! Seriously, why is it that the Bears are the only team in the NFL that misses critical PATs! It lost them against Detroit and it did the same way here. Then . . . they get a field goal blocked! How is it that the Lions and Vikings can beat the Packers but the Bears can’t? It’s like, the Packers never ever have a bad game against the Bears. It’s always against the Lions for some reason. I have never seen another team miss a game-losing PAT against the Bears, it’s always the Bears doing it themselves. The Bears sure are the masters this year of losing games. They’ve now tied their 2020 midseason and end of 2016 start of 2017 six game losing streaks, and given their remaining schedule, I think there’s a strong chance they’ll surpass it this year.

    Well, at least for the first time since Jay Cutler a Bears QB can actually connect on long passes. By the end of his time in Chicago, Trubisky had essentially no ability to complete a pass beyond twenty yards. Nor ever did Andy Dalton, Brian Hoyer, Matt Barkley, Chase Daniels. But our perpetual rebuild continues.

  3. Skip Says:

    Fro Dog and fellow posters , I’ll say it again , things will NEVER change with the Bears as long as the McCaskeys are owners ! We keep seeing incompetent Gm hires and they hire incompetent head coaches who hire really bad coordinators, that’s all we’ve seen under the McCaskeys time after time after time !!

  4. chucky Says:

    The outlook for the rest of the season is gruesome. After the bye next week, they get the Eagles on the 18th, the Bills on Christmas Eve, in Detroit for New Year’s Day, and finish up at home against the Vikings on January 8th. The fucking Bears won’t win another game this season. Yeah, it’s nets them a much higher draft pick, but if you trust these motherfuckers to draft someone worth a goddamn, you’re a fucking idiot!

    Something else. I’ve been saying for several years now that every coach they’ve hired since Ditka have all basically coached the same, talked the same, and pulled the same stupid bullshit that the previous regimes pulled. Well, tin foil hat firmly on, I’m going to say it again. The fucking McCaskey Crime Family are the ones who are coaching this goddamned train wreck. And if they aren’t, they sure as hell are pulling a lot of strings behind the scenes to influence what is happening on the field. How the fuck does John Fox go from taking the Broncos and the Panthers to the Super Bowl, then get to Soldier Field and automatically become so stupid that he can’t find the men’s room? Fucking Marc Trestman couldn’t find his ass with both hands and a road map, and yet they think it’s a good idea to try him out? They only reason Lovie “It wasn’t a must win game for us” Smith lasted as long as he did was because Ginny wanted to bang him. Dick Jauron was in a coma most of the time, just like Michael and George. But it always struck me how in their post-game interviews just how much they sounded alike. “We have to get better”, “We’ll look at the tape”, all sorts of fucking bullshit comments. Don’t tell us “We have to get better”.


  5. Skip Says:

    Chucky , Well stated and things will never be any different with the McCaskeys as owners and their record proves that , the faces change but the results are always the same !!!

  6. John Says:

    Bon Jovi: “It’s all the same. Only the names will change. Every day, it feels like I’m wasting away.”

    FYI, Chucky, UrinatingTree thinks that the Bears were morons to fire Lovie Smith after a 10-6 season, and only two years after he took them to the NFC Championship. Which maybe they were, however much his might have been a ‘reign of error’, as they have since then over the past ten years had only one other season with a winning record. Ironically, it’s actually been Matt Nagy who has been the most successful Bears coach since then.

  7. chucky Says:

    John, when Smith told reporters that the loss to the Green Bay Packers, in Chicago no less, and which gave the Packers the division title was not a must win game for the Bears, the cocksucker should have been fired before he left the fucking podium. That statement, made when he made it, tells me everything I need to know about him. And what I know is that he’s goddamn idiot. Check out his record after he left Chicago if you don’t believe me. I don’t know what or who this Urinating Tree is, but if it’s some guy posting crap on some website, as far as I’m concerned, he can kiss my ass on the 50-yard line at Soldier Field. He doesn’t know his ass from a goal post.


  8. John Says:

    You may reconsider, Chucky. This is the video he put out about the Bears after the 2016 season, which coincidentally enough is the season in which they had three wins, which will be exactly how many wins they end up with at the end of this one. Not much as changed, as you can see. But I think he shares a lot of your sentiments. (He’s also a Steelers fan by the way, just to be clear.)

  9. Fro Dog Says:

    The Bears should easily have five more wins this year. Why didn’t they? I am not even blaming the players completely. It’s a total team effort from ownership all the way down to them. Poor play-calling puts players in a position to fail. Not holding certain players accountable for stupid decisions during the game is all on coaching and management.

    You know what could stop the stupidity? Don’t pay them. If you suck at your job, you don’t get paid. When Jaylon Johnson or Jaylon Jones refuse to turn around to avoid being called for a pass interference, sit them down.

    How can the Bears still have that problem with the secondary? It’s been going on since the Lovie Smith years. COVER YOUR RECEIVERS. TURN THE FUCK AROUND SO YOU DON’T GET CALLED FOR A PENALTY.

    But nope. Keep being stupid. If coaching doesn’t get to them, release them.


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