Josh McCown and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers suffered a depressing defeat to the Chicago Bears on Sunday and the Tampa Bay Times has had enough. @adamjahns Today's Tampa Bay Times pic.twitter.com/Yf8YIzJIPO — DANIEL (@FRONCZAK68) November 24, 2014 The newspaper ran this headline begging the Bears to take back their former backup. The Bucs had signed
I hope you weren’t forced to watch the Buccaneers play the Bears today. It was a pretty ugly game. The Bears won by eight, despite only putting up 204 yards of total offense. Meanwhile, the Bucs went for 367 yards, but turned the ball over four times. This Bucs fan wasn’t too pleased with how
Jay Cutler is getting slaughtered today by the Bucs’ front four, getting sacked three times on one drive, one of which resulted in a fumble.
Josh McCown and Lovie Smith are both playing against their former team today, as the Bucs take on the Bears this morning. Lovie’s defense forced Chicago’s offense to go three-and-out on their opening drive, but McCown’s day hasn’t gotten off to the kind of start he hoped for.
Before the Chicago Bears’ third and goal play, Brandon Marshall waved his arms frantically at Jay Cutler. Across from Marshall was Josh Robinson, a much smaller player than Marshall. Cutler apparently noticed, because after Marshall posted up Robinson in the end zone, Cutler skied a pass toward his favorite wide receiver. And Marshall went up
Following a frustrating first quarter, the Chicago Bears are finally starting to look like a real football team again. After a nifty touchdown pass to Alshon Jeffery, Jay Cutler found the other half of the dynamic receiving duo in Brandon Marshall for a 44-yard score. The Bears are having a significantly better first half than
Sometimes, Jay Cutler is a very good quarterback. This was one of those times, as Cutler managed to avoid some pressure and then rifled a gorgeous pass to Alshon Jeffery in the end zone. Then the Bears’ defense forced a punt! #progress GIF via @_MarcusD_
Things are not going well for Jay Cutler and the Chicago Bears these days. The quarterback was especially fussy during the first quarter of Sunday’s game against the Vikings after the game was stopped for a Mike Zimmer challenge flag. Ultimately the play, a Cutler fumble, would stand as an incomplete pass but he was
Yes, the Chicago Bears still suck. Pretty sweet play-design by the Vikings. GIF via cjzero
Word to the wise. It may not be the best idea to challenge Brandon Marshall to a fight online because he just might take you up on it. On Thursday, the six-foot-four, 230 pounds of professional football player was taking some pot shots from a Lions fan on social media and the fan took things
Interesting headline in the Sun-Times today. pic.twitter.com/7aExbGCOZ3 — Ben Finfer (@BenFinfer) November 14, 2014 Editorial snafus are often worthy of a chuckle or two, but when dummy text ends up as a headline for a metaphorical train wreck (like the Chicago Bears’ current season), that humor increases ten-fold. In case you’re wondering, here’s what the
Legitimate complaint or insanely good troll-job of a divisional rival? Either way, this is really funny. Last week, the Chicago Bears got blown out by the Green Bay Packers and even the term “blown out” doesn’t even quite do justice to the 55-14 stomping that the Packers gave the Bears. Aaron Rodgers threw for six