Category: Football

Ryan Pace Should Share the Blame for Bears Suckage

It is no secret that the Chicago Bears are an absolute trainwreck, dumpster-fire, and nightmare all wrapped up into one. It is almost a foregone conclusion that head coach John Fox will not be leading the team next year. He has taken on a large amount of the blame for the 3-9 Bears and rightfully so. So why does GM Ryan Pace seemingly get a pass? The way the Bears are structured Pace handles personnel while Fox handles the coaching hires and thus all of the playcalling. There is no doubt that the coaching has been a step below...

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Meet Cairo Santos, Your Newest Chicago Bear

The Connor Barth era in Chicago is officially OVA. It really is a shame the Bears didn’t bounce this washed up schmuck sooner because he absolutely blew it last weekend against the Lions. Mitch set the Bears up for the late field goal to send it into overtime but Barth, a confirmed Gilmore Girls fan, shanked it 90 yards right. Despite the fact that the Bears probably would have lost in OT, Barth is still dead to the city of Chicago. Monday morning the Bears finally bounced Barth and signed the fiery young Brazilian, Cairo Santos. This is the...

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Ravens-Packers Recap: Win And You’re In

The Ravens improved to 5-5 on the season and moved into the #6 AFC playoff seed by pantsing the Packers in Lambeau 23-0. First, I have to start off by thanking Brett Hundley for being the Ravens best quarterback in Lambeau. He hit our guys with perfectly placed passes right in the numbers so they could be sure to maximize YAC just like you preach every day in practice. While he did not play his best game on Sunday, it is hard to hold him completely at fault since he was under siege the entire game. The Ravens had...

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Brett Hundley is the Chicago Bears’ Daddy

What a year, another 2-0 year for the Pack. We may have had a 3 game losing streak, we may have a quarterback who can’t lead a team, we may have played with a bunch of replacement players but the world continues to spin the same. The Packers are on top again. Brett Hundley is the Chicago Bears Daddy! Incompetence and all he lead our deadass Packers to another important 2-0 season. I mean I throughly hope we go back to losing games now that we got our wins over the Bears, gotta get those draft picks baby. Love...

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Jimmy Garoppolo Trade Should Have Bears Fans Upset

You didn’t hear it here first, but you certainly heard it by now. Handsome Jimmy G is on his way to the San Francisco for a mere 2nd round pick. John Lynch has shown to be a masterful GM thus far, exceeding the skills of Ryan Pace not once but twice. Although the Bears were not directly involved in this trade between the 49’ers and the Pats, they are certainly feeling the sting of a missed opportunity. The Misinformation Campaign That Never Was At the end of the 2016 seasons, it was very clear to Bears fans that a new...

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List of the Best Ogres and Dwarfs

In honor of the Astros vs. Yankees ALCS matchup and the inevitable Aaron Judge-Jose Altuve comparisons, I’m putting together a list of the best big guy-little guy combos in every major sport. Always remember friends, whether you’re pushing 5 ft 5 and have drawn comparisons to Oompa-Loompa Timmy your whole life or you’re 350 and none of your belts fit, you are all God’s children and Jesus loves you. NFL 5 ft 6, 190 lbs Darren Sproles and 6 ft 4, 340 lbs Marcus Peters.  Ted Washington and well, just about anybody. Back in his playing days, Big Ted was...

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Aaron Rodgers Broke Dallas’ Heart Again

When will teams learn? They just never may, I guess. Remember last year in the NFC Divisional Round when Aaron Rodgers found tight end Jared Cook for an improbably completion that set up Mason Crosby’s field goal to end Dallas’ season? The Cowboys forgot that Aaron Rodgers was a bad man in the two-minute drill. After blowing a 21-6 lead, the Cowboys had the ball deep in Green Bay territory, but a Dak Prescott read-option touchdown left 1:13 left on the clock for Aaron Rodgers. BIG mistake. Rodgers led the Packers down the field 75 yards in 62 seconds...

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Mitchell Trubisky To Start Week 5 Vs. The Vikings

The speculation that Trubisky would move to #1 on the depth chart was as strong as ever this past weekend after an absolute embarrassment of a start from Bears QB Mike Glennon against the Packers. Don’t get me wrong, nobody was expecting Glennon to come out throwing darts every Sunday, but he was at the very least supposed to be a serviceable quarterback while Trubisky developed. 4 weeks later, he was nothing CLOSE. As a fanbase, I think Bears fans were generally okay with watching Mike Glennon throw for 250 yards a week with a touchdown or two. Expectations...

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Rodgers, Allison, and Banged Up Packers Find a Way Against Bengals

I’m still catching my breath. What an absolutely thrilling game. The Packers came into this game without one of their top corners (Davon House), a top receiver (Randall Cobb), best two defensive players (Mike Daniels and Nick Perry), their Pro Bowl left tackle (David Bakhtiari), and off a tough loss in the new Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta. Green Bay went down 21-7 at halftime, with the deficit aided by Aaron Rodgers’ second career pick-six. It was looking like another daunting task for an injured Packers squad to try and compete. Good teams find a way, though, and the Pack...

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Happy Birthday: Eddie George

Happy 44th birthday, Eddie George! A member of the College Football Hall of Fame, George was born on this date in 1973. The Ohio St. Buckeye won the Heisman Trophy in 1995 and went on to achieve a successful 9-year career in the NFL with the Houston Oilers and Tennessee Titans. His greatest achievement, however, was earning a spot on the cover of Madden 2001. As the superstar gracing the cover of the first Playstation game I ever owned, George quickly became my favorite player. A dedicated disciple of the Titans running back, I even dressed as E.G. for...

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