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Bears fans... They just don't get how this cheering thing is supposed to work.
Cutler motioned with his hands for the crowd to quiet down a first-quarter play from the Colts’ 1. When the noise continued, he called a timeout. Television cameras caught a heated Cutler saying, "Shut up"’ as he walked over to the sideline.
Lovie Smith is all in favor of a boisterous home crowd -- when the Bears are on defense. But in terms of the offense, the coachs philosophy never has changed in regard to crowd noise.
I remember when Charlie Batch was the Lions QB, he used to do the same motion to try and quiet the crowd. Problem was, Charlie seemed to raise his arms up at the same speed he lowered them and the WT in the Dome would just get louder, thinking he was asking them to make more noise.
Knibb High football rules
What do you expect from a city that puts up with 15% tax on liquor, red light cameras that issue tickets by mail, parking at $40 a day, thousands of shootings each year etc.etc.
It's a bit much to ask to cheer at the correct time, don't you think??
bears fans are morons. this shouldn't be a surprise
"Put your mother in a straight-jacket you punk ass white boy." ~ Mike Tyson
Plus no takeout past 10pm and a bunch of morons masquerading as NFL fans.
This part is sort of accurate.
Which are you more in favor of?
The liquor taxes, red light cams, the shootings or the ignorant cheering??
I fully support the liquor taxes and red light cameras, as well as the ignorant cheering.
I could do without the shootings though.
More proof that Chicago fans in general are the dumbest fucking fans on the planet.
"RCMB: You will never find a more wretched hive of scum and villainry." - some dude from MgoBlog
Dumbest NFL fans.
For the "dumbest fans in general" award, I can think of some people that root for the school in AA that are way beyond Bears fans, and have a well-developed sense of stupidity.
Look at you assholes making fun of the bears. Id be pissed too if i were a lioness fan
I have an MBA...Master at Being Amazing
Question: Who cries more at the Cutler house? Jay or his newborn?
Would love to know the rationale for the downvote on this one.
Someone likes the liquor taxes or red light cams?
Stupidity is universal I guess.
I didn't downvote you, but obvious wells hall style trolling usually garners a few downvotes here and there.
Try not to be too upset over it.
for the record, 96% of bears fans are from the suburbs
We've got depth. We've got numbers.
Not upset. Funny actually. Didn't think that any of that stuff was all that political. Don't think too many folks like getting traffic tics or paying exorbitant taxes on booze, no matter your politics.
Just don't understand how people put up with it.
I lived in Chicago when they installed those red light cameras and they cut down on the number of jackholes who felt compelled to ignore pedestrians and cyclists when the light was red.
like the cyclists and peds who now ignore red lights? :P
I heard Sandusky was a good driver.
It's true that folks will run over a pedestrian or biker in Chicago at the drop of a hat. My own son got hit by a car a few months ago and the bitch that hit him just drove off.
I would argue, however, that money more than safety, is the reason those cams were installed.
It's not a zero-sum argument. The case can be made for both.
Very astute observation.
Bears fans are assholes.
As an aside, what the hell was Jay doing needing to call a timeout? He had first and goal at the one...was he trying to audible or something? You would think the play would be pretty well set out of the huddle in that situation. Plus, you would think he could resort to the hand signal audibles like they use on the road if he needed to.
Jay cutler's an ass.
Couldn't happen to a nicer guy*
He probably tried to make adjustments based on the defensive set and no one could hear him. They probably didn't work on hand signals during practice that week, so no one would've known what he was doing.
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