Posts tagged Chicago Bears
The Chicago Bears can only think of what might have been. Thanks to former GM Phil Emery, the Bears were a dysfunctional mess from day one of his tenure.
The Chicago Bears canned general manager Phil Emery and coach Marc Trestman on Monday, which is probably bad news for the Green Bay Packers. Of course, so long as they keep their legendary QB, we’ll be fine.
In honor of Jay Cutler returning to his rightful throne as the Chicago Bears leader and savior, we present you with some super-awesome high school Jay Cutler.
It’s come to this in Chicago, where it really sucks to be a Chicago Bears fan.
The unthinkable has happened. The Chicago Bears have benched Jay Cutler, ending perhaps the most glorious run of quarterback play ever. The Season of Cutty! is over.
Here are the Chicago Bears Christmas carols you always wanted. They touch on some familiar themes. Themes like failure and sadness. ‘Tis the season.
That was Chicago Bears offensive coordinator Aaron Kromer anonymously slamming QB Jay Cutler in the media. And the Bears just managed to get more dysfunctional. Cutty!
The Chicago Bears are a real sad sack right now. Their season is over for all intents and purposes and a lot of blame is being placed. Let’s revel in the misery!
Chicago Bears fans being Chicago Bears fans. One group of Bears fans apparently stabbed two other fans because one said he wanted to be a Green Bay Packers fan. Not even making that up!
Willie Young is a defensive end for the Chicago Bears. Willie Young is also a moron. For his unoriginal sack dance after a non-sack, he’s our turkey of Thanksgiving.
It’s Thanksgiving and as Green Bay Packers fans, we’re thankful for many things. Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler is high on that list. Here’s the ultimate Cutler video.
The Chicago Sun-Times — the city’s other newspaper — has just as much interest in the Chicago Bears as everyone else does. None. This headline proves it.
One more time. With feeling! The Chicago Bears rolled into town and took a giant poop. Green Bay Packers 55, Chicago Bears 14. We break down the key plays.
Jay Cutler was Jay Cutler in the Chicago Bears’ latest loss to the Green Bay Packers. He’s also what’s going to kill the Bears for the next decade. Team killer, coach killer, albatross.
Chicago Bears fans did not handle their team’s latest loss to the Green Bay Packers well. They harassed the coach’s daughter, burned stuff and called for Jim McMahon.
Green Bay Packers receiver Randall Cobb says he knew the Chicago Bears might lay down if the Packers got an early lead. And lay down they did, because they’re just that kind of team.
The Green Bay Packers handled the embarrassment that is the Chicago Bears on Sunday Night Football. Here are five more thoughts on that beat down.
Green Bay Packers, 55, Chicago Bears: 14. The Green Bay Packers got their second half started with a bang, while effectively ending Chicago’s season.
It’s the oldest rivalry in the NFL at the greatest stadium in the NFL. Chicago Bears at Green Bay Packers. Here are our keys to the game and how we’re picking it.
Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler is 1-10 against the Green Bay Packers. He’s thrown more picks than touchdowns. Here are all of the former in video form.