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GameDay Thread: Bears vs. Vikings

December 20, 2020

The same thing goes this week as it was last week. Win to stay in the race or lose and it’s over.

Too late: Bears 36 Texans 7

December 13, 2020

Wow. If only the Bears had won last week, they would have been tied for the last playoff spot. But since they didn’t, getting to the playoffs is going to be much more difficult.

This game shocked all of us. None of us expected the Bears to win this game. The Bears sacked Watson six times and the offense scored four touchdowns in the first half. Trubisky was amazing in the first half. Of course, the bald-headed dipshit was trying to get cute in the second half by putting him in a position to fail (like he has since he arrived in Chicago three years ago).

The second half was awful for the offense. There was a series where it was 2nd and 3 and what does the bald-headed dipshit do? Two straight pass plays resulting in a punt. Instead of just killing the clock by running the ball to close out the final quarter and change, pass plays galore. Even when they kick ass in total, they still try everything they can to fuck it up. There I was thinking to myself “they could still blow this.” That’s the Bears for you. If I am the players, I revolt in the huddle and run the ball instead in those situations. Show that bald-headed dipshit that he isn’t going to ruin their future careers by running plays they know don’t work.

The Bears are one game out of the last playoff spot with three remaining. Even though the Vikings lost today, they still hold the tie-breaker as we speak. Since we know the Bears aren’t beating the Packers the last game of the season, they must win the next two games against the Vikings and Jaguars respectively to still have a chance. I still feel, however, that we are probably going to look at the game the Bears blew against the Lions as the difference between making the playoffs and staying home when the season finishes up.


GameDay Thread: Bears vs. Texans

December 13, 2020

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You get what you pay for: Lions 34 Bears 30

December 6, 2020

What else is there to say? The Bears gave up 400 yards and 34 points to the Lions. Again, everything else seemed to align for the Bears to try to contend for a playoff spot. Instead, the bald-headed dipshit decided to call pass plays late in the game rather than run it and that proved to be the final blow as Trubisky was stripped of the ball after the two-minute warning.

If this epic collapse doesn’t get Ryan Pace and Matt Nagy fired, nothing will. How much more does this fucking dis-organization have to see to tell everyone that enough is enough? Why does George McCaskey continue to accept mediocrity when it’s clear that teams that are supposed to be “worse” than them are making changes for the better of the team?

Let me remind you, the Bears were up ten with under five minutes to go. No excuses. Everyone is to blame. The bald fuck, Pagano (fuck this guy) and all of the players on the team. EVERYONE is responsible for this fucking disaster.

Fuck all of you, Chicago Bears. FUCK. ALL. OF. YOU.

It’s almost 4:30 on Monday and yet, Ryan Pace and Matt Nagy are still employed.

November 30, 2020

Where is George? He has been very silent lately.

I don’t have time for this: Packers 13 Bears 3 (2nd quarter)

November 29, 2020

We all knew the Bears were going to lose this game. So, I am going to just go ahead with the recap now. Two drives and two touchdowns for the Packers. It wasn’t even close either. The “vaunted” defense of the Bears didn’t do a damn thing (like most of the season).

And when the Bears got to first and goal, the same problems existed like they have for the last 15 years. Get all the way down only to get a field goal (or turnover). Regardless of what happens the rest of this game, Trubisky isn’t to blame completely. He’s not playing defense.

The three teams the Bears are chasing for a playoff spot all lost today. That’s happened in many other years as well when the Bears actually had a chance. It’s like the rest of the teams they are chasing are giving them a playoff spot and the Bears are saying “no, thanks.”

It’s over for the Bears. Even if there is an unforeseen miracle tonight, it’s over.

Next week are the Lions at home. Yay?

The Bye Week is a good time to fire a general manager and head coach.

November 22, 2020

Instead, George McCaskey is still hiding in his underground bunker away from the media. He probably refuses to have internet down there because he’s too much of a coward to face the criticism he deserves. Every day that goes by, he admits to letting the inmates run the asylum. Every passing day, he does nothing to change this team. Instead, Ryan Pace continues his SEVENTH year as general manager by drafting busts and signing players who can’t play football (Buster Skrine). Go ahead and throw in “trading picks for absolutely no reason whatsoever.” Then again, he can’t do shit with the picks he does have, so it doesn’t really doesn’t matter.


I am tired of the mediocrity. I’m tired of general managers who don’t know how to draft good players. I’m tired of head coaches who don’t know that running the ball on 2nd and inches is a better idea than passing it. I’m tired watching players not know how to cover receivers. We’ve seen this shit for way too long.

There has been only one season in my life where I actually felt confident that the Bears could have won the Super Bowl. Of course, that was the year they lost the Super Bowl back in 2007. Everything seemed okay until the playoffs where the “magic” of Lovie Smith disappeared. I’m not going to get into that because it will just piss me off. But you get the point. As I am in my mid-30’s, that shows how bad the Bears have been since I’ve existed. The Bears really haven’t been feared since the 80’s. That’s a long fucking time ago.

Easier said than done. Of course, this is the NFL. But at the same time, a professional football team should hire actual professionals that are qualified. Ryan Pace wasn’t qualified to become a general manager of an NFL team. Matt Nagy wasn’t qualified to become a head coach. And after watching these two clowns piss all over the Bears, I am certain they aren’t even qualified to be in the sport.

But, these are the Bears. A lifetime accountant is the president of the team (Ted Phillips). He’s been there for about 30 years. 30. FUCKING. YEARS.

The bye week is a good time to fire a general manager and head coach. It would give the team almost two weeks to get acclaimed to a different coach and maybe lighten up the mood. It would also give the chairman time to find someone who actually knows the game of football.

But, these are the Bears. And therefore, we will continue to dream of those scenarios.

Bill Lazor is also a fucking idiot: Vikings 19 Bears 13

November 16, 2020

What else more can be said? We’ve been saying the same shit for years. The Bears refuse to run the ball. And when they pass, they are horrible calls. I mean, what other team calls a bubble screen pass on third and long late in a close game?

Everyone is to blame. Even the “great” defense. Fuck Buster Skrine. He was responsible for both touchdowns by the Vikings. JUST TURN THE FUCK AROUND. This is the story of the Bears’ defense.

The season is over the Bears. Sure, they are usually out of it by Columbus Day. This year, it was pretty over the week after Veterans’ Day. There is absolutely no way this team goes 6-0 to close out the regular season. No. Fucking. Way.

I’m tired of it. I’m tired of the Bears playing meaningless football by Thanksgiving. I seriously don’t think we will ever see this franchise bring in a general manager who actually knows how to draft good players. I highly doubt we will ever see a head coach who can develop these players.

I don’t have much else to say for now. Your thoughts in the thread.

Undisciplined: Titans 17 Bears 0 (In the 3rd quarter)

November 8, 2020

See a pattern here? It’s a nice day outside and instead of walking my dog, I’m watching the Bears commit penalties and not know where to go on the field.

This is fucking exhausting. I’ve had enough. The rest of you have had enough. Where is George McCaskey? He should be going down on the field right this second to tell Matt Nagy that he’s been relieved of his duties. Three losses in a row are on the table and there is absolutely no way the Packers are going to lose this division. The Bears need to go 6-1 just to get into the playoffs from here on out.

Sound off, everyone. I’ll check in later.

Inept: Saints 26 Bears 23

November 1, 2020

I have just a few things to say because that game left me exhausted.

The defense of the Bears fucking sucks. Don’t let anyone else fool you. They can’t stop anyone. This game was proof. In overtime, with everyone fucking exhausted, they couldn’t stop the Saints. Alvin Kamara with 163 scrimmage yards is all you need to know about this “great” defense. Jaylon Johnson fucking sucks. With the game at 13-3, he was caught napping on the touchdown right before halftime. That changed the entire game. Fuck him and fuck Ryan Pace for drafting him. And fuck Ryan Pace for giving us this team made of horse shit.

Fuck that bald-headed dipshit. Where was David Montgomery in the second half? Why was Nick Foles taking forever during plays only to get sacked? Fuck this entire offense.

Newsflash: The Bears aren’t going to the playoffs. They’ve played two actual teams the last two weeks and both times, they were embarassed. The Packers and Lions lost today. The only path to the playoffs is winning the division and there is just no way that’s happening. Other teams chasing them are much better.

One last thing: Fuck Javon Wims.