A Fan’s Non-Expert take on the End of the World as we Know It (Bears Loss to Pack)
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
I wonder what these guys are talking about. Are they putting in their food orders?
Whatever it is, they should do the opposite.
Final score, Green Bay Packers 55, Chicago Bears 14.
I was going to put off writing this until after the firings tomorrow. This is more than just a loss. It’s the kind of game they makes fans stop watching. It’s the kind of loss that makes people sell their season tickets. It’s the kind of thing that gets people fired.
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We are done for this season, I know that now.
This one hurts bad. I can coach this team better than this. I am sure of it.
You know it’s bad when you start to have euphoric recall of Lovie Smith’s tenure.
It’s making the Patriots game look like a close match.
Brandon Marshall kept fighting for plays, I gotta hand it to him. Matt Forte too. Chris Williams took one to the house, nice, but too late.
I know that I have regular readers, I don’t know what to tell you guys. I appreciate you tuning in to read my stuff. I wish I had some hope to share with you.
Good draft pick? Maybe, but then again, we can screw that up too.
I love the Chicago Bears, through thick and thin. I will stick by them, no matter what.
I guess I picked the right time to start watching college football. I live in Ohio now and am a Buckeyes fan.
I didn’t have a college team, so I was turned on to them.
After watching the Ohio State Buckeyes beat Michigan State, I actually considered not watching this game. I knew it could be a disappointment, and I wanted to leave on a high note.
I had enough hope to believe that we had a chance. I always do.
It’s slipping away. My confidence in the Chicago Bears is in a danger zone. It’s dangerously close to apathy.
My passion for this team is directly proportionate to how hard I fall when they crumble like this.
Something is broken with this team, it is at odds with the Universe.
It actually reminds me of the “Dream Team” in Philly a few years ago.
Full of Pro Bowl talent, but couldn’t get it done.
I thought they were gonna fix things over the bye.
That must have been one hell of a meeting.
Trestman- “OK guys, you have been doing great!”
“We won’t change anything.” “Everyone probably thinks we’re going to change our obvious plays to better ones, so we’ll surprise them with the same obvious plays.” “They won’t know what hit ’em!” “Now who wants to watch Rudy?” “Then we’ll go to Chuck E. Cheese!”
It’s official, we are the worst team in the NFL.
Never mind wins, they were accidents.
George Halas is up in Heaven right now, pissed off and yelling profanities. He was watching the game with God.
God gave him a pass on the vulgarities.
Of course he did.
Aaron Rodgers is God’s fantasy football quarterback.