Bears vs. Queens

Well, we end yet another tire fire of a season today vs. the Queens. Two years in and the Pace/Fox regime has produced virtually nothing, besides some great play from Jordan Howard.

So, what now? Lots of questions. I imagine some of them will be answered at our traditional George McCaskey presser. My guess is that there will be some coaches axed as fall guys, but the problems are so deep, it is hard to say where someone should start.

Don’t get too upset if we beat the Vikings and slip a few notches on the draft board. ALWAYS remember that Brady was a 6th round pick. He fooled even the Patriots for 5 rounds.

Bears vs. Redskins

Bears are playing on Saturday vs the Skins.  Maybe we can finally just put their playoff hopes out of their misery.  Let the comments rip… unless you don’t care anymore.

Thoughts on the Bears’ Season from Afar

I’ve moved away from Chicago and am now following the Bears intermittently.  I did go to one game in person (against the Lions, and we won 17-14) vs. prior years when I went to probably 5-6 home games / year (that’s all I could take in recent seasons since the Bears have been so terrible).

From the West coast I usually can’t get the Bears game and when you watch the Bears on Red Zone they come up like 2 minutes a game since it only shows when you are in scoring positions or if all the other games are on break.

Thus I’ve just seen scraps of the Bears this year and followed them through blogs and stuff and heckling back and forth with Dan.  Really, the ineptitude of this franchise has thrown me for a loop since the disastrous 2nd year of the Trestman regime and I’ve got to wonder why I am attached to one of the laughingstock franchises of the NFL.  But I can’t change now…

Strangely, if the Bears had anywhere the luck of the Lions they’d be .500 or better right now.  The NFL is a trashcan of bad coaching, bad officiating, and incredible injuries afflicting what seems to be most of the stars at one time or another.  The Bears were “in” a lot of games pretty late until they collapsed.

So where do we go from here?  Here’s my 2 cents

  • Cutty is gone.  Hopefully we get a shot to draft a QB and /or mix it up with C grade talent like Hoyer, Barkley or whomever is milling about on a practice squad somewhere.  The team has so many holes we can’t fill em all
  • Jeffrey is gone and we pretty much have no receivers.  We need to cut bait on White too (epic bust) and try to have an offense built around tight ends (of which we don’t have any) and running backs catching the ball because we won’t have a deep threat QB anyways
  • Our O line is decimated by injuries.  I guess we figure some guys come back and we try to pick someone up in free agency or the draft
  • Our secondary is a trashcan fire.  But so are a lot of them in the NFL.  Maybe we can draft someone or get someone in free agency
  • I don’t know if John Fox comes back or not.  We are paying like 10 coaches now I don’t know if it makes sense to fire him again for another lost season

I think most of the NFC looks terrible.  I’ve seen the NFC North and no one is scaring me there.  So maybe we won’t be much worse than the rest of them next year.  Rogers is losing a step and anyone betting on Stafford to carry that team is out of their minds.

I’ll definitely be paying attention at least in the Super Bowl with Dan as we put down some cash in Reno on the big event.

 

Bears vs. Packers

This should be a pretty good shellacking against the resurgent Slack. Hopefully we can create at least a little havoc on D.

Bears at Lions

Traffic has died down a bit here at gool ‘ol FJF. I think that Bears fans just have better things to do than worry about another lost season. I, for one, am surprised that some staff hasn’t been told to hit the bricks yet. Here comes another loss at Detroit today.

I Would Like To Hear From Some People

So all of the Cutler haters, you can make your voice heard now, since he is likely gone and we go back to horrible qbs like MATT BARKLEY, which is totally insane if you think about it.

I would also like to hear from all of the assholes who, on these pages in the comments, were bitching and screaming when the Bears screwed the pooch and blew the Bruce Arians deal. Well, he has since won exactly ONE playoff game (an awesome one at that, beating the Packers in a heartbreaker) and looks to be all but dead in the playoff chase this year.

That is all, for now.

Bears vs. Niners

Hopefully Kaep will get a decent helping of boos today, if there is anyone at Soldier Field for this Game Of The Week. Cutler is done now, so all of the haters can start in on someone else.