The battered New Orleans Saints came to Chicago and absolutely manhandled the Chicago Bears on Sunday. It was truly embarrassing to be a Chicago Bears fan as the Saints won 36-25. We are going to start by saying every single unit of the Chicago Bears looked pitiful. The defense let the Saints run all over … Continue reading #TinThoughts: The Saints Went Marching
The Chicago Bears took a major hit, depending who you ask, but still managed to win a pivotal divisional game at Soldier Field Sunday afternoon. The defense was up to their usual antics while Chase Daniel did exactly what he needed to secure a victory. To be completely honest with you, I truly don't have … Continue reading #TinThoughts: In The Nick Of Time
Case Keenum is god awful. The Bears defense is still out of this world. As my friend Dominic Torretto once said "it don't matter if you win by an inch or a mile, winning's winning. Let's start with the man under center, Mitch Trubisky. Overall, I am going to give him a grade of a … Continue reading #TinThoughts: Thank You Case Keenum
Double Doink. 43 yard field goals. The Bears kicking issue will cost them a shot at the Super Bowl. These are all topics of conversation we can finally put to rest. Eddy Piñeiro is our savior. The kid from South Beach nailed a 53 yard field goal as time expired to lift the Bears to … Continue reading #TinThoughts: The Kid Can Kick
Pathetic (adjective): 1: having a capacity to move one to either compassionate or contemptuous pity 2: marked by sorrow or melancholy : SAD 3: pitifully inferior or inadequate 4: ABSURD, LAUGHABLE That is the only way I can start this. What a pathetic excuse of a game that was for the Chicago Bears. Before we … Continue reading #TinThoughts: Pathetic
Did you wake up with a little extra pep in your step this morning? I bet you did. Your Chicago Bears are back folks. Who better to kick off the NFL season than the Bears/Packers? Last season, we were shown a flash of what the Bears could be on Opening Night. Chicago was a few … Continue reading Defending NFC North Champion Underdogs?
Mitch Trubisky is the most important human being in Chicago nowadays. Chicago will forever be a Bears city before anything. Everyone loves the Cubs, the Hawks took the city by storm for a hot second, picketers prefer to stand outside Gar/Pax’s office regularly, but nothing would light this city on fire like a Bears Super … Continue reading Should We Buy Into The Mitch Trubisky MVP Hype?