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The idiot has sealed his fate.

April 3, 2021

(BE YOU = A STUPID IDIOT)

Well, we only have one more season of the bald-headed dipshit. Matt Nagy announced Friday that he is going to resume his duties of poorly calling the offense. You know what that means? It means more of passing the ball on second and inches. It also means those wonderful bubble screens on 3rd and 25 with a chance to still win the game. It also means the incompetence of not calling a sneak on 4th and an inch.

This idiot’s faith has been sealed. He knows he’s out the door and because of this, he’s going to sabotage this team in every way possible. I’ve said this about every idiot before him that the only way a job is kept is if they win a Super Bowl. Not make the playoffs. Not get to the Super Bowl. WIN THE SUPER BOWL. As you all know, that won’t happen.

I am posting this article as the Blackhawks are currently playing like horseshit. Even they can’t cheer me up like they use to. This is just BAD. Chicago sports is just BAD. I don’t see it getting better anytime soon.

And back to the Bears, George McCaskey gets a lot of shit and rightfully so. But everyone should credit him for being the only owner in the league to vote against a 17th game. Fuck Roger Goodell as well as the rest of the owners. Greedy fucks.

Good riddance (from television), Dick Stockton.

March 30, 2021

Well, this “break” didn’t last long. And special thanks to Chucky for telling me this news as I had no idea until I read what he posted in the previous thread.

The Original Kiss of Death to Chicago Sports, Dick Stockton, has announced his retirement after what seemed like a century.

Make no mistake about it, he was the true kibosh to any impending success Chicago teams may have had. Even before I was old enough to remember things, he was at the helm of failure. The Bulls in the late 80’s come to mind. They just could never get over the hump to a championship then. Jordan was always stopped by Bird or the Pistons. Bird stopped him early in his career. Then came the Pistons. Game 7 in 1990 and the Bulls had that chance. Pippen had the migraine (probably from listening to Dick Stockton call the games as he was preparing). But there he was to put an end to that. What happens after that season? The NBA goes to NBC where Dick Stockton is nowhere to be found and the Bulls finally get to the top of the mountain. Coincidence?

Here’s the one (or two) that I remember very well. Remember the 2007 and 2008 Cubs? I’m in my last year of college when this started and Dick Stockton called all of those games in the playoffs. What happens? The team plays like it’s 1997 and get swept. The next year? Sweep again. To add salt to the wound, him calling those awful games are tattooed inside my head. It’s a voice that you can hear in your nightmares. That last game in ’08 had me taking shit down off the wall in my apartment and officially ending my emotional interest in baseball. Thanks for everything, Dick (Stockton).

We also can’t forget about him usually being on the call for our beloved Bears since I was a child. I think the season opener of this past year was the first game the Bears won with him calling it in probably a decade (at least). I can’t seem to recall. But damn. It seemed Dick Stockton was announcing many of the games they lost. And as we all know, there were a TON of losses. Of course, we can’t blame then-CBS and now-FOX for putting him there to call the games. Had the Bears actually been competent, maybe we would have had the fortune of hearing someone else. But no, the Bears have been irrelevant since the 80’s and thus, get people in their 80’s to call most of the games. Any others that were on were called by the other Kiss Of Death to Chicago Sports, Kenny Albert (maybe we’ve turned a corner with him?).

It’s too bad he didn’t retire 35 years ago. Better late than never? No. The damage has been done.

Good riddance.

Taking a break.

March 22, 2021

After the Illini shitshow on Sunday, I decided to take a couple weeks off from posting unless something really stupid happens. The Blackhawks have also been a shitshow the last couple weeks. It’s fucking stressful trying to watch them right now as wel.

Genrebuster, the floor is yours for a while.

The Fighting Illini are getting ready for the tournament and the Bears signed Andy Dalton.

March 16, 2021

For the first time since 2013, my Fighting Illini are in the NCAA Tournament. For the first time since 2005, they are a one seed and have as good of a chance as any other team. It’s been a long time. 2005 had me sick to my stomach after the loss to North Carolina in the Championship Game. I’m as confident as any other fan that they can get the job done this time around. They play in the best conference in college basketball and they took care of business most of the season against other great teams. I’m anxiously waiting for Friday.

The Bears signed Andy Dalton. I am in the minority here. I’m actually okay with the signing. It’s one year and he does have some success, albeit many years back. He should be healthy and ready to go.

What I am not okay with is the fact that Nick Foles is still here. Dalton getting signed isn’t a bad thing if that also means the Bears are actually going to DRAFT A QUARTERBACK. I know that’s difficult to understand with Ryan Pace in charge. But damn. Trade or get rid of Nick Foles and GO DRAFT A QUARTERBACK.

Fire away with your thoughts.

#7

March 6, 2021

On Friday, Brent Seabrook announced that he’s done playing hockey due to injuries.

He played his entire career for the Blackhawks.

I will miss him playing. I cannot forget the 2013 season the most. The overtime-winning goal in Game 7 against the Red Wings after they were down 3-1. And I definitely cannot forget Game 4 against the Bruins in the Final of that year where he scored yet, another game-winning goal in overtime that tied the series. The Blackhawks were in danger of going down 3-1 in that series and he saved it. About a week later, I am at a parade in Grant Park celebrating the Blackhawks’ second Cup in four seasons.

Not sure if it’s good enough for the Hall of Fame. But he was a big part of all three Cups. Championships are what matters. And he is forever a champion.

Open thread

February 25, 2021

Topics to discuss:

  • The Bears will probably be quiet during free agency since there doesn’t seem to be any cap space available (thanks Ryan Pace).
  • The Blackhawks seem to have a team that’s shocking many (myself included and I’m not complaining).
  • The Bulls have also seemed to be competitive. It’s amazing what happens when an actual head coach is there. Too bad some players on the team suck.

Simply the best.

February 11, 2021

Hate him or love him, he’s the greatest. After the Bears beat the Buccaneers on that Thursday night, it appeared that some “experts” were writing Tom Brady off as washed up.

If only Ryan Pace could find a quarterback half as good as Brady, the Bears would be in pretty good shape. Supposedly, Carson Wentz is Pace’s solution to all of the problems.

Fuck.

Who do you have winning the Super Bowl?

February 4, 2021

Chiefs or Buccaneers? I am picking Buccaneers because it’s crazy seeing Tom Brady still dominate. Many had written him off after a few games into this season. It’s incredible what he is doing.

It wouldn’t bother me if the Chiefs won either. Of course, they start dominating even more and not blowing leads because the bald-headed dipshit is no longer there to piss on the team.

Fire away.

Seriously, Hub Arkush?

January 29, 2021

Hub Arkush of football journalism fame in Chicago the last 30 years or so decided to write an article this week about the possibility of the Bears trading for DeShaun Watson.

He put this in the article: “But the Jay Cutler trade already proved it’s not always as simple as it often appears” and that “pulling off a trade for a star quarterback doesn’t guarantee success.”

First off, Hub, this is apples to oranges in comparison. In no way whatsoever should Jay Cutler be mentioned in the same breath as DeShaun Watson. Granted, I was ecstatic when the Bears pulled off that trade back in 2009. Many were. And I’m not going to dive into that cesspool again. I’ll just say it was the best the Bears could do at that time. However, Cutler was all “potential.” DeShaun Watson is a once-in-a-lifetime quarterback. Really, he is. Cutler wasn’t a star. Watson is. It’s absolutely ridiculous.

Yes, Hub basically wrote that the Bears should look into trading for him. But he didn’t seem like he wanted the Bears to get him. And if that’s the case, he’s dumber than I thought. And I may have been one of the few that respected and enjoyed his thoughts on the Bears many years ago. I just feel he is very wrong these days on a lot of things. Our good friend of this site, Chucky, has expressed his ANGER for Hub.

Absolutely, the Bears should do everything they can to try to get Watson. Pace knows his job is on the line and getting Watson would buy him a few more years. Make no mistake about it, this team is still in shambles. Having a legit, franchise quarterback would help suppress those flaws.

Pace fucked up royally four years ago. And it’s going to cost a fortune to correct it. Might as well start with this trade.

Respect. Rest in paradise, Hammerin’ Hank.

January 22, 2021

The greatest baseball player of all time. And still, the REAL home run leader.