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  How did we win on Sunday?
Posted by: George Halas - 09-17-2020, 01:38 PM - Forum: Chicago Bears Football - No Replies

I turned the TV off after about twelve minutes or so...

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  JA trades all our good players
Posted by: George Halas - 09-16-2020, 05:46 PM - Forum: Chicago Bears Football - No Replies

Thomas Jones and That one blonde TE.

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  Week 1 - Bears vs. Lions
Posted by: Shoopster - 09-16-2020, 04:14 PM - Forum: Chicago Bears Football - No Replies

The so-called “Monsters of the Midway” could not even light a match on Sunday. They produced so much wet manure that a flamethrower could not even start a fire.

We sucked. We were just pathetic. Uhhhhh. Talk about *%{% stinking. Man, we played in Detroit. Hello!$:&/&;$$;


Detroit is a Wild West ghost town, and we still could not put on a show for some loyal Lions fans and a few Bears fans.

We are a disgrace. We should start a protest. We need new ownership, just like the Cubs did.

This game was pitiful. No good came out of it. Hub Arkush was glowing. What??/$;$/&$/?/

We need to replace everyone. EVERYONE.

Did the Bears poop in their pants?

Something is wrong. But what?

Ted Phillips? McC? Nagy and his visor?

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  Lions vs. Bears
Posted by: George Halas - 09-16-2020, 04:07 PM - Forum: Chicago Bears Football - No Replies

Pathetic. We need a new QB. I stopped watching after about fifteen minutes. Tru better rebound, or else...

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  Tru must have been angry after Mahomes won the SB
Posted by: George Halas - 09-05-2020, 10:32 AM - Forum: Chicago Bears Football - No Replies

I thought Foles would win a SB.

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  Mitch Trubisky to be Bears' starting quarterback in Week 1
Posted by: George Halas - 09-05-2020, 10:25 AM - Forum: Chicago Bears Football - No Replies

Mitch Trubisky to be Bears' starting quarterback in Week 1
Published: Sep 04, 2020 at 07:52 PM
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A winner has been named in one of the more notable quarterback battles this offseason.
Mitch Trubisky will retain his job as the Bears' starter to begin the 2020 season, NFL Network's Tom Pelissero reported, per sources. Chicago faces the Detroit Lions on the road in Week 1.
Nick Foles, whom the Bears traded for in March, will serve as the backup in a competition that could re-open during the season.
Bears coach Matt Nagy informed Trubisky late Friday afternoon, per Pelissero, who was consistently told the former No. 2 overall pick approached the competition "the right way" after nearly losing his job after three seasons. With no preseason games to evaluate, the competition played out on the practice field in training camp.
Trubisky, 26, is coming off a disappointing season that led to Chicago giving up a fourth-round pick to the Jaguars for Foles, whose contract was then restructured. The Bears offense was predictable and imprecise with Trubisky under center in 2019, ranking in the bottom five in total yards and a measly 17.5 points per game. Trubisky threw for 3,138 yards, 17 touchdowns and 10 interceptions as the Bears finished 2019 with an 8-8 record and out of the playoffs.
This all came just one year after the Bears won the NFC North behind a stellar defense and an offense that consistently took advantage of good field position and a solid running attack. Trubisky appeared to prove himself a solid game manager with upside after Year 2, but his 2019 season was enough of a regression for the Bears to make a move.
Foles, 31, may find comfort as the Bears' backup, a role he's championed over the years.

After all, it was Foles who helped end the Bears' short-lived playoff run in 2018, when the Eagles stepped into Soldier Field and stopped Trubisky's best season in the Divisional Round. Foles wasn't able to rescue the Eagles into another Super Bowl run that year but his play in Philadelphia led to a big contract offer from the Jaguars. An injury-laden 2019 had Foles out half the year, with his job eventually being taken by sixth-round rookie Gardner Minshew. However, if there's anyone who stays ready to play when called upon, it's the Super Bowl LII MVP

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  McC must not watch NFL games
Posted by: George Halas - 09-04-2020, 02:56 PM - Forum: Chicago Bears Football - No Replies

SB 48 was a nuclear tidal wave. Fox was unprepared. Then, McC hires Fox. Why!??????? To bet against Bears’ games and make more money? Sneaky.


Hedge your bets. Burglars. Thieves. 1933.

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  9 days to the opener
Posted by: George Halas - 09-04-2020, 02:06 PM - Forum: Chicago Bears Football - No Replies

It is time to slaughter the Lions like we did in 2005. Remember that game? It was evil.

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  Bears coach Matt Nagy won't announce starting QB before opener vs. Lions
Posted by: George Halas - 08-30-2020, 12:24 PM - Forum: Chicago Bears Football - No Replies

Bears coach Matt Nagy won't announce starting QB before opener vs. Lions
Published: Aug 29, 2020 at 04:45 PM
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Trubisky on QB competition with Foles: 'I want to win this thing'


The Chicago Bears traded for Nick Foles during free agency to create competition with Mitchell Trubisky at quarterback. Their preseason battle won't be settled, at least publicly, until the season opener.
Bears coach Matt Nagy told reporters Saturday he will not announce a starting QB before Chicago's Week 1 game versus the Detroit Lions. That perhaps gives Foles and Trubisky two more weeks to win the job, though local reports have been consistent that the newcomer has outplayed the incumbent and appears to be slightly ahead. Nagy declined to say which quarterback has been better thus far, per ESPN's Jeff Dickerson.
Chicago is merely looking for an upgrade over last season.
The lack of public declaration at this point might be a bit of gamesmanship but also speaks to the uncertainty surrounding the two signal-callers. Trubisky regressed in Year 3, likely costing the 8-8 Bears and their fourth-ranked scoring defense a return trip to the playoffs. Foles, interestingly, wasn't necessarily better during his one-year pit stop in Jacksonville. The former Super Bowl MVP went winless in four starts and, after returning from a shoulder injury, was ultimately benched in favor of rookie Gardner Minshew.
The Bears traded a fourth-round pick to the Jaguars for Foles and quickly restructured his contract, all while declining Trubisky's fifth-year option. While Chicago has a greater financial commitment to the former at this point, how each QB fares on Sundays, should they both play this year, will determine whether either has a future in the Windy City.
Starting the season opener is literally just the beginning.

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  Bears: Brian Urlacher comments do not reflect values of organization
Posted by: George Halas - 08-29-2020, 01:34 PM - Forum: Chicago Bears Football - No Replies

Bears: Brian Urlacher comments do not reflect values of organization
Published: Aug 28, 2020 at 01:33 PM
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The Chicago Bears are distancing themselves from recent insensitive social media comments made by Hall of Fame linebacker Brian Urlacher regarding the Kenosha (Wis.) police shooting of Jacob Blake, a 29-year-old Black man, and subsequent decision of NBA players to sit out playoff games in protest.
Urlacher posted the following to his Instagram story Thursday:
"Brett Favre played the MNF game the day his dad died, threw 4 TDs in the first half, and was a legend for playing in the face of adversity.
"NBA players boycott the playoffs because a dude reaching for a knife, wanted on a felony sexual assault warrant, was shot by police."
Court records show an arrest warrant had been issued for Blake for criminal trespass, disorderly conduct and third-degree sexual assault, a felony, per The New York Times.
Urlacher also allegedly liked a social media post calling for the release of Kyle Rittenhouse, a 17-year-old white teenager who has been charged with first-degree homicide in the killing of two protesters this week in Kenosha.
"The social media posts in no way reflect the values or opinions of the Chicago Bears organization," the team said in a statement.
Former Bears running back Matt Forte, who played with Urlacher in Chicago for five seasons, wrote on Twitter that Urlacher's comments were "void of empathy, compassion, wisdom and coherence" and reflected his ignorance and privilege.

"The comment @BUrlacher54 posted is void of empathy, compassion, wisdom and coherence," Forte said. "But full of pride and ignorance! I pray for those who have been blinded by their wealth, privilege and earthly fame that breeds arrogance in their hearts.
"And those who refuse to acknowledge racism and injustice but instead choose to place their energy into justifying it by quickly judging the victims life as if they themselves are more valuable because their sins are different or weren't caught by man... but God sees all.
"End Racism and injustice #byanymeansnecessary

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