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May 8, 2018

UNLEASH THE FIRE AND PASSION, MY FRENDT.

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And I thought Ryan Pace was going to trade away picks for a punter! (2018 Draft Review)

April 29, 2018

The excuses are over for Ryan Pace. In fact, they were over when he took over. I wasn’t pleased with contract extension at the end of last season. And while I am not a fan of trading away draft picks as he traded up in the second round, he was still able to walk away with seven picks. Looking at the selections, I still wish the Bears would have added help in the secondary and more on the offensive line, but this will do. Roquan Smith was the Butkus Award Winner for best defensive player in college. Of course, it would be so “Bears” if he and the others either got hurt all the time or sucked. It’s the Bear way.

This isn’t a post meant for pessimism/criticism. That being said, history is not on our side. We shall see what happens. Share your thoughts in the thread.

Roquan Smith – Linebacker

James Daniels – Center

Anthony Miller – Wide Receiver

Joel Iyiegbuniwe – Linebacker

Bilal Nichols – Defensive Tackle

Kylie Fitts – Defensive End

Javon Wims – Wide Receiver

The schedule is out for the Bears.

April 19, 2018

Here it is, folks. This is not looking good. And what’s with networks always wanting Bears vs. Packers in Green Bay for the whole world to see? It’s the same shit everytime. “Packers win easy.” Every. Fucking. Time.

Here’s the prediction machine courtesy of yours truly: 4-12. Wins against the Cardinals, Jets, Vikings and Giants. The Bears always have one game every year where nobody expects them to win and they end up doing so. I pick the home game against the Vikings for that. Everything else is, as it stands now, common sense.

Share your thoughts in the thread. The Draft is next weekend.

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April 12, 2018

Greetings. I am back. It was a good time in New Orleans. Well, until Saturday. It became very cold, windy and rainy. I ended up getting a bit of a cold because of it and thus, had a tough time enjoying the rest of the weekend.

I’ll be busy again with work these next few weeks. I do plan on putting another thread up for the NFL Draft in two weeks. That shall be interesting.

Fire away, folks.

Heading back to New Orleans

April 4, 2018

Hanging out with Chucky in 2014

Greetings to you. I want to once again apologize for not posting much these last couple of months. Work has just been hectic and as mentioned before, our sports’ lives just really suck right now. The Bears are making moves and getting ready for the Draft, but that’s still weeks away. The Bulls and Blackhawks have been absolutely lousy and will thankfully, be finishing up their campaigns very soon.

I will be having my annual WrestleMania trip this weekend and it’s a familiar place for me as I went to the one in New Orleans four years ago. This will be my seventh WrestleMania and fifth in a row. It’s really my only few days away from work every year.

I will gladly post some pictures (appropriate ones) when I get them. Maybe I will even run into Chucky again.

The Bears are doing that dumb thing again where they spend a bunch of money on free agents.

March 21, 2018

Forget drafting and developing players. Well, whoever they get ends up being hurt anyway. But already signing players with a history of injuries in the NFL? Come on.

Call me pessimistic, but it is what it is. And so far in the Ryan Pace disast-ERA, it’s more common.

I know, it’s the NFL. Everyone gets hurt. It’s just how it is these days and it’s unfortunate.

Allen Robinson, Taylor Gabriel and Trey Burton are the big signings for this team. The Bears need to be smart (good joke) and not trade away draft picks just to move up like last year. Keep the picks and get as many players as possible. It’s a dart board, but they need to get some bullseyes.

What could be an under-the-radar signing is a new kicker in Cody Parker. He came from the Dolphins. The history of kickers on this team in my lifetime is a vile one. I mean, I had early memories of Kevin Butler and as much as I can’t stand this next guy, Robbie Gould’s first few years were really good. It was the last few that made me not miss him.

The thread is yours. Throw your thoughts into it. And apologies to all for not posting much lately. With work going crazy and a lousy winter in sports for Chicago, my desire has not been there. I’ll try to post more in the next month as the NFL Draft is in late April.

Shitty quarterback, who was signed by shitty general manager, released by shitty team.

March 1, 2018

This went one year too long. I still don’t understand why shitty general manager decided to sign shitty quarterback. He was shitty in Tampa Bay. Shitty quarterback was paid over $15 million dollars. Seriously.

I am praying shitty general manager finds a legit backup in the next few weeks. This could be another long regular season for shitty team. It’s too bad shitty team president gave shitty general manager a contract extension when he didn’t even earn it. Sheesh.

Your thoughts in this shitty thread.

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February 19, 2018

On this night, we get the last laugh.

February 9, 2018

Bulls 115 Timberwolves 114

On the night Jimmy Butler, Taj Gibson Brickson and ThomASS come to the United Center, Zach LaVine and the crew pulled off a comeback late in the game to win. It was in unlikely fashion. Usually, it’s the Bulls that are the class of the NBA when it comes to blowing huge leads. This night, the Timerwolves found themselves up by as much as 17. Well, there is still some “Bulls” in the Timerwolves. So it makes sense.

I mentioned before on here that this year is different. The Bulls aren’t a team full of shitheads that I can’t stand. The character is different. Are they losing and blowing leads? Yeah, sure. But at least they are trying. They aren’t full of shit. They all feel they have something to prove. This team was really fun to watch when they had that winning streak earlier in the year.

No matter the results, I will say the Bulls won this trade for Jimmy Butler. The Bulls have three core pieces that could be all-stars in the years to come in Lauri Markkanen, Kris Dunn and Zach LaVine.

And really, who are we kidding? The Timerwolves aren’t going to do shit. ThomASS was always touted as a great defensive-minded coach. Well, they gave up 140 points to the Cavaliers earlier in the week. That game went into overtime, but giving up over 120 points or whatever it was in four quarters isn’t good defense. Jimmy Butler also played 40 minutes tonight.

Sound familiar?

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January 25, 2018

I know this time of year can be really slow around these parts of the internet. None of our teams are giving us any type of excitement. This usually results in low traffic. Our friends over at Fire Ron Turner are experiencing the same thing over the last year. Lousy teams equal lousy traffic in this dark area of the internet. It’s such a sad thing. If only the Bears were in the Super Bowl, I am sure this place would be electric. Instead, another sub-.500 season and a high pick in the draft.

This long winter continues in Chicago. Fire away.