Here’s Where a Chicago Bears Player Tells the Fans Off

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Chicago Bears fans… well, they’re not Minnesota Vikings fans. That’s pretty much the one thing they have going for them.

But you know this brood well. Every August, they’re going to the Super Bowl. Then, as the year goes on, they get more and more miserable as the Bears’ losses begin to pile up and they eventually disavow the team altogether (until the following August, when they’re going to the Super Bowl again).

Well, after the Bears managed to lose to the Carolina Panthers yesterday, some Bears fans started to jump off this year’s Super Bowl bandwagon a little earlier than normal.

And that didn’t sit well with defensive end Lamarr Houston. So he told them about it.

Lamarr Houston tells Bears fans off

In Houston’s defense, he was a free agent signee in the offseason, so he doesn’t yet know how it works in Chicago. He used to play for the Raiders, where… well, let’s not even talk about the imbeciles who cheer for the Raiders.

So the Bears are now 2-3, which is really fine because they play in the NFC North, where the Green Bay Packers don’t start playing until midseason and the Detroit Lions refuse to win the division at all costs.

In other words, the Bears are still in the mix.

However, it doesn’t really help when your quarterback, the one, the only, the legend… Cutty! throws two picks every game.

Just sayin’.

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Monty McMahon is one of the founders of Total Packers. He is probably the most famous graduate of UW-Oshkosh next to Jim Gantner.

5 Comments on "Here’s Where a Chicago Bears Player Tells the Fans Off"

    • Savage57

      Between the money the Bears are pissing away on Cutty and the $8MM in dead money they’re still paying Peppers that’s pounding them in the ass, all in they’re kicking about $16MM this season to the Packers benefit.

      Thanks, shitheads.

  1. Fritz

    they should have kept kyle orton. he actually got a win vs. the packers playing for KC and ended the pack’s longest win streak following AR’s SB season.

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