So let me get this straight, the Bears have faulty headsets and equipment that is causing their alarming number of timeouts burned this season. You’ll have to excuse me if I sound dumbfounded, because this is the most ridiculous thing I have ever heard. What, did they buy their radio equipment from some cat on the south side? I’m sure they looked for whatever discount they could find for the earpiece in Jay Cutler’s helmet. This is so Bears, it’s nauseating. You couldn’t write this as part of a movie to describe how mismanaged a team was. Oh, and it’s been going on for two years supposedly. Awesome.
Cutler must want to strangle somebody. It’s cool Jay, let me do it for you. Please. What’s worse is that Cutler has apparently heard the defensive calls in his helmet too. How is this possible, and tell me where else this is happening in the NFL? I know it happened in ‘Frisco last year under the deranged Mike Singletary and his hand picked dope offensive coordinator Jimmy Raye, so maybe it’s the imbeciles talking into the devices, and not the equipment’s fault. With this team, I’m sure it’s a little of both.
Here’s the mad weirdo Mike Martz trying to explain this mess…
“I think we have a little communication problem with some of our stuff from the sideline,” Martz said following Thursday’s practice. “We’ve always had that problem here for some reason. I don’t know why or what it is with some of our … I have the defense on my headset during the game and they were … calling plays. We’re not getting the plays in late. I can promise you that. But there is something going on. We’re working on it. That’s been an issue for two weeks here, so we’ll get it fixed.”
You’re working on it? How, buy purchasing equipment that works, and not some bullshit off a truck that’s probably hot? If that’s the case, I know a guy who can find some stolen shit that actually works. I know how cheap the Bears are when it comes to everything. Hit me up, Ted Phillips. I’m more than willing to help your penny pinching ass out. Or, are you working on it by calling plays that won’t get your quarterback murdered by Thanksgiving? What a joke this is. This is not what I expected to be writing about this early in the season. This is another embarrassment on a team that can’t get out of it’s own way offensively.
“It’s frustrating for Jay, I know that. A lot of times things will shut out completely and he can’t hear. But we’ll deal with all that stuff. They’ve been pretty good this year for the most part. But up there [in Detroit] we struggled with them a little bit.”
Things shut out completely? Um, okay. If I was Jay, I would pretend that the earpiece in my helmet wasn’t working and call my own plays. What, you think he might do worse than Martz? No chance. Do you remember when Brian Griese admitted after a 97 yard game winning drive in Philly a few years back that the earpiece went out and he called every play on that drive? If Griese’s bum ass can do it, Cutler can. This silliness has been going on for a while, not just two weeks like the weirdo claims. And yes, that was so Bears to make Griese back track the next day.
How did we get here? The charter franchise of the NFL has equipment issues that prevents them from playing football. That’s worse than the dumb fuck fans at Soldier who won’t shut up when the Bears have the ball. Let’s see if they have issues at home Sunday night. You would think people would know to shut their dumb asses up when Cutler is trying to lead his team down the field, but it’s a night game remember. And those 60,00+ meatballs will have been drinking for 12 hours. Don’t you just love good comedy?