Posts tagged Jerry Angelo
The Chicago Bears are a bunch of wife beaters. Seriously. Former general manager Jerry Angelo admitted that he concealed hundreds of cases of domestic abuse.
Former Chicago Bears general manager Jerry Angelo, the guy who traded for Jay Cutler, says Jay Cutler isn’t much of a quarterback. And then we laugh. Cutty!
The Chicago Bears have given up on former first-round pick Gabe Carimi after two seasons. They’ve traded him to Tampa. Another example of their suckitude.
The Chicago Bears are contenders once again and not soon enough! Just ask linebacker Lance Briggs. We break down his comments and the situation.
The Chicago Bears and general manager Phil Emery are conjuring up images of the disaster that was the Jerry Angelo era. Both the Matt Forte situation and Brandon Marshall trade prove the Bears are back to their idiotic ways, which we fully endorse.
After years of employing a buffoon as a general manager, the new Chicago Bears front office might actually attempt to make the team better this offseason. That plan reportedly starts with receiver Vincent Jackson.
Chicago Bears general manager Jerry Angelo has been canned and offensive coordinator Mike Martz has resigned. Coach Lovie Smith will get to keep his job, but the times they are a changin’ in Chicago.
We’re not fans of the Chicago Bears, but we do know this — their general manager, Jerry Angelo, is one of the biggest buffoons in the league and we have no idea how he still has a job. Others are finally starting to wonder the same thing.
Chicago Bears receiver Devin Hester suggested the team sign another receiver exactly like the shitty ones they already have — Washington Redskins free agent Santana Moss. GM Jerry Angelo just might be dumb enough to do it.
Green Bay Packers rookie running back James Starks is getting a bit of attention after running for 123 yards against the Philadelphia Eagles in the wild card round. As Greg Gabriel, former director of college scouting for the Chicago Bears, tells it, Starks almost didn’t make it to the Packers on draft day. As we […]
We gave you the midseason awards: other people’s edition yesterday and we also told you what we thought about midseason awards. The best word to summarize would be this one: indifference. However, we promised you our midseason awards at some point, and here they are. The difference between our midseason awards and other people’s are […]
If any of you watched the turd laid by the Chicago Bears, particularly on offense, in their loss to the Washington Redskins, last Sunday, then you deserve an apology. Actually, you deserve an apology from the NFL for even putting crap like that on TV. Both teams are terrible offensively. Most of all, the guy […]
I’ll be honest, I like to laugh at the Chicago Bears, whether they’re mortgaging their future to acquire Jay Cutler, pretending they have serviceable wide receivers or completely bungling their search for an offensive coordinator. Under general manager Jerry Angelo, the Bears are funny. And yes, I mean funny like a clown. So, the Bears […]
Well, maybe not no one – Chicago Bears’ coach Lovie Smith probably still wants to coach there, but he hasn’t exactly been given a recipe that’s likely to result in success. After firing half of his staff, simply because the Bears’ organization was too cheap to do what they really wanted to do and fire […]
Well, the Chicago Bears were too cheap to fire coach Lovie Smith after all, but they did do plenty of house cleaning on Tuesday. First, let’s address Smith. He’s under contract for two more years at a total of $11 million. Despite going 23-25 in the past three seasons, including 7-9 this season, the Bears […]
Former Denver Broncos’ coach and Chicago native Mike Shanahan is “extremely interested” in coaching the Chicago Bears, according to ESPN. Shanahan would be reunited with Bears’ quarterback Jay Cutler, who had two strong seasons under Shanahan in Denver, if he did take over in the Windy City. “The job is really attractive to Mike,” a […]
We’ve alluded to the distinct possibility that Chicago Bears coach Lovie Smith may be finished in the Windy City, but the strongest evidence to support this possibility emerged after the Bears’ pathetic 31-7 loss to the Baltimore Ravens, on Sunday. In some circles, it was thought that Smith was safe because the organization was unlikely […]
First, news from the scrap heap. Word out of Green Bay is the Packers brought in Daunte for a visit today. Yes, that Daunte. Culpepper – the guy who couldn’t hold on to a job in Miami OR Oakland, and was once, when he was still worth a shit, the leader of the hated Minnesota […]