I think our TOOLS, are Jerry Angelo, Lovie Smith, Mike Martz, Mike Tice, and Jay Cutler! TOOLS
Yeah, that other kind of tool...
I would agree with you on almost all of the above:
Jerry Angelo: You neglected the O-Line to the detriment of the rest of the team, you've spent BAD money. You gave Tommie Harris money and he left town (in effect- I suppose his physical body is still here.) This is now coming back to haunt you. Also, stop with the Khruschev/Stalinist era propoganda, his eternal optimism is sickening.
Lovie Smith: You also are a propoganda spewing, hypocritic bafoon that has no business head coaching an NFL football team. Stop telling us shit that only a four year old would believe. You make some very bad decisions, and challenge some calls that you have no business challenging. Go back to defensive coordinator... somewhere else. I'm sure that in person you are a nice guy though.
Mike Martz: You show signs of adjusting that we didn't see in Ron Turner; when you do adjust, it works! (Dallas, 2nd half of Redskins) But you are too damn stubborn and sometimes you make some pretty bad decisions too, for me the jury's still out. By the way, where were those adjustments last week?
Mike Tice: You don't have much to work with, you are merely a position coach now who simply runs drills and pats grown men on their gluteus maximus when they need an attaboy. I don't have a problem with Tice. It's like having a problem with the maintenance supervisor over at Enron.
Jay Cutler: For me, you are still on an extended honeymoon because I know the talent is there, but you have no protection. I believe most of the bad decisions made are the result of having to be more aware of events in your immediate vicinity rather than down the field. Granted, an NFL quarterback needs to be aware of these things, but he also needs to be playing with an offensive line that gives you more protection than a high school cheerleading squad. Although I would like it better if Cutler conducted his post game interviews as if a small gnome were not nibbling on his knee caps. He's always futzing around with his shoes and shit! Show some interest man!
After yesterday's game, I threw up in my mouth a little, threw my beer across the garage, sulked, and then accepted it all. I'm now at peace with myself and have come to terms with the fact that the Bears may only win one more game (Bills) we'll probably even lose to Detroit.
What helped me become one with my inner Buddha was the possibility that Angelo and Smith could both be fired after going 5-11 when they started off 3-0.
Last edited by IPeedOnLambeauField; 10-25-2010 at 07:28 AM.