BearBite posted:
MNPackman posted:

The Bears are really gonna suck this year. They just hired Brad Childress as "special assistant".

He already worked for Nagy LAST season as a consultant, just put him officialy on the staff to do the same thing.  How did that work out for you?  Consider your ass already kicked.  

If I recall correctly, the Packers and bears split the season series. And considering the bears were one of the Packer 6 victories, whose ass got kicked?

Bears fans get easily excited after a winning season, though that doesn’t happen too often of late.  For what it’s worth:

-the Bears have had 7 seasons in the past 20 with better than a .500 record, including this past season;

-in the previous 6 seasons with a better than .500 record, they finished with a record better than .500 ONCE.

 

Past performance is not indicative of future results. 

MNPackman posted:
BearBite posted:
MNPackman posted:

The Bears are really gonna suck this year. They just hired Brad Childress as "special assistant".

He already worked for Nagy LAST season as a consultant, just put him officialy on the staff to do the same thing.  How did that work out for you?  Consider your ass already kicked.  

If I recall correctly, the Packers and bears split the season series. And considering the bears were one of the Packer 6 victories, whose ass got kicked?

Yeah week 1 the Rodgers one-legged miracle then GB pretty much phoned in for the rest of the season and blamed and fired McFatboy.  How did the teams comapre the 2nd time?  

PackLandVA posted:

Bears fans get easily excited after a winning season, though that doesn’t happen too often of late.  For what it’s worth:

-the Bears have had 7 seasons in the past 20 with better than a .500 record, including this past season;

-in the previous 6 seasons with a better than .500 record, they finished with a record better than .500 ONCE.

 

Past performance is not indicative of future results. 

Considering this Bears team mostly didn't exist before the last 2 seasons this analysis isn't worth jacksh*t.  And BTW your last statement is exactly correct which also means the Packers are just as likely to suck this year and continue the losing season streak.  Care to rethink that gem?

BearBite posted:
PackLandVA posted:

Bears fans get easily excited after a winning season, though that doesn’t happen too often of late.  For what it’s worth:

-the Bears have had 7 seasons in the past 20 with better than a .500 record, including this past season;

-in the previous 6 seasons with a better than .500 record, they finished with a record better than .500 ONCE.

 

Past performance is not indicative of future results. 

Considering this Bears team mostly didn't exist before the last 2 seasons this analysis isn't worth jacksh*t.  

Well duh. This Packer team mostly didn't exist 2 years ago either.   What's your point?  

ammo posted:
BearBite posted:
PackLandVA posted:

Bears fans get easily excited after a winning season, though that doesn’t happen too often of late.  For what it’s worth:

-the Bears have had 7 seasons in the past 20 with better than a .500 record, including this past season;

-in the previous 6 seasons with a better than .500 record, they finished with a record better than .500 ONCE.

 

Past performance is not indicative of future results. 

Considering this Bears team mostly didn't exist before the last 2 seasons this analysis isn't worth jacksh*t.  

Well duh. This Packer team mostly didn't exist 2 years ago either.   What's your point?  

The point is his post had NO point.  Please try to keep up, comprehension is important in life.

BearBite posted:
PackLandVA posted:

Bears fans get easily excited after a winning season, though that doesn’t happen too often of late.  For what it’s worth:

-the Bears have had 7 seasons in the past 20 with better than a .500 record, including this past season;

-in the previous 6 seasons with a better than .500 record, they finished with a record better than .500 ONCE.

 

Past performance is not indicative of future results. 

Considering this Bears team mostly didn't exist before the last 2 seasons this analysis isn't worth jacksh*t.  And BTW your last statement is exactly correct which also means the Packers are just as likely to suck this year and continue the losing season streak.  Care to rethink that gem?

That post: Very Jaymoesqe! 

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BearBite posted:

Yeah week 1 the Rodgers one-legged miracle then GB pretty much phoned in for the rest of the season and blamed and fired McFatboy.  How did the teams comapre the 2nd time?  

Oh look. Pumping up a 7 point win to split the season series against a team in disarray that fired their head coach.  Truly an epic  moment for the franchise  

Great victory bearbite. Woot. You are truly the Kings of the North!  

Print a shirt man! Tuck it in to your Cargo Shorts! 

Hang a banner! “Split the season series with our hated rival to move to 4-17 against them the last 10 years.”  Put that banner in your basement next to your Peter Tom Willis framed Jersey  

Embroider “Bears 24 Green Bay 17” on a throw pillow! But don’t use it as a real pillow when Lurlene kicks you out of bed because of you have a lactose intolerance problem that gives you the gas, but you ate that bowl of chocolate ice cream anyway.  

Highlights for this franchise are rare.  A regular season victory to split the season series against your hated rival that you have gone 15-40 against since 1992? 

Definitely something to tell the grandkids about.  

Cherish that victory.

Savor it.  

Memorialize it.  

And everyone - enjoy your bearbite posts now. When the Packers kick the bears ass again, he’ll slink away and hide like the gutless turd he, and every bear fan, is.  

@BearBite A gift from all of us here at X4 to you, memorializing such an epic victory. 

Hopefully you can use this pattern to create keepsakes that you can pass on from generation to generation talking about that time the bears rose up in the year of our Lord 2018 and scored a 7 point victory at home vs a 5-7-1 team on their way to a division title and being 1:01 from winning a playoff game. Which was also the first playoff game the bears had played since losing the NFCC at home. Not really clear on the details of that game? Does anyone remember that and can help?

Anywell... Very few wins, or seasons, in bears history can comapre! 

BearBite posted:
ammo posted:
BearBite posted:
PackLandVA posted:

Bears fans get easily excited after a winning season, though that doesn’t happen too often of late.  For what it’s worth:

-the Bears have had 7 seasons in the past 20 with better than a .500 record, including this past season;

-in the previous 6 seasons with a better than .500 record, they finished with a record better than .500 ONCE.

 

Past performance is not indicative of future results. 

Considering this Bears team mostly didn't exist before the last 2 seasons this analysis isn't worth jacksh*t.  

Well duh. This Packer team mostly didn't exist 2 years ago either.   What's your point?  

The point is his post had NO point.  Please try to keep up, comprehension is important in life.

Nothing rong with my comprehension dickwadface.   Only an idot would quote a post that he thinks has no point.  I think PLVA has great valid points. 

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