For those new to the site, when a player or coach doesn’t really show up during a Bear’s game, they get put on the Milk Carton. As most of you know, people’s pictures used to be put at the back of milk cartons when they went missing. So the Milk Carton for the Bears is more about who went missing or played terribly during the game. Here are the nominees.
Nov 9, 2014; Green Bay, WI, USA; Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler (6) talks to head coach Marc Trestman in the second quarter during the game against the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field. Mandatory Credit: Benny Sieu-USA TODAY Sports
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There aren’t words. The english dictionary does not contain the proper terms to represent the sheer amount of disgust I feel from this monstrosity of a game. I’m writing this in the 2nd quarter because the game is over. Look, Eddie Lacy just took a screen to the house. Aaron Rodgers has 5 touchdown passes. He might tie the all time record for most in a game by the end of this quarter. I wouldn’t put it past him. What a joke.
If no one is fired by the end of the week the I will find it hard to support this organization. Oh look, Cutler just got strip sacked by Peppers. Boy, I sure am glad the future Hall of Fame defensive end has been a smashing success with his new organization. Anyway, back to the partially premature milk carton. That performance was disgraceful. Wow, nice catch Randall Cobb. I honestly do not have words. Six touchdown passes. One half. I don’t think I’m going to even watch the second half. Bears fans do not deserve to be put through the torture cycle of watching our favorite team get demolished week in and week out. Everyone is on the milk carton. Actually, screw the carton, we’re bringing in this thing. Everyone sucked. Plain and simple. Even my blunt attitude, brutal honesty, and shrewd negativity are getting old at this point, so I’m almost out of sorts in the area of disdain expression. There is not really much else to say. The game speaks for itself. Trestman did not prepare the team nearly well enough, Cutler played like an arena league rookie, and the defense had more holes than swiss cheese. One might say I’ve used the term “embarrassing” too much this season, but I’m justified because that is the only word to use in describing the team.
Nov 9, 2014; Green Bay, WI, USA; Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers (12) throws a 73-yard touchdown pass to Green Bay Packers wide receiver Jordy Nelson (not pictured) in the second quarter against the Chicago Bears at Lambeau Field. Mandatory Credit: Benny Sieu-USA TODAY Sports
Everyone is on the milk carton with the exception of Mel Tucker. That is because he doesn’t even deserve the distinction of being bad anymore. He is past bad. He is at “get the hell out” status. There are no excuses for some of the defensive plays tonight. The defense looks like a pee wee defense that has been coached by a little boy. This boy has grown far past the milk carton. No milk for the growing boy. He just needs to be out of here.
I say this all the time, but I truly do not think I have ever seen a Bears game that is more aggravating. It’s actually gotten more absurd. Just when I thought it could not get worse, Peppers strip sacks Cutler. And then Rodgers throws a touchdown again. Even watching highlights from last year’s week 17 heartbreak would be more enjoyable than this performance of a heartless Bears team. How is it that the Bears always find a way to piss off their fans? Week in and week out, they do something so infuriating that makes you wonder how they are even n NFL team. From the 2nd and 7 field goal to the fumble that lay dead on the turf, from Martellus Bennett being an inch short of the goaline to Julius Peppers strip sacking his former teammate, the makes more aggravating plays than any team I have ever seen in any sport. This includes the Cubs. How much worse can it get? To me that’s the question, but to the Bears it’s more of a challenge.
And Cutler rolls in dough while Halas rolls in his grave.
So who do we root for now that the Bears are out? Oh hey touchdown Marshall.