Football? Who is watching football? After this past Sunday, no fans of the Chicago Bears will be. Or should the team be renamed "Chicago Blows It?" The Monsters of the Midway blew an almost certain victory last night and fans have had enough, including me.

This is absolutely unequivocally unacceptable. It's fair to say the blame can no longer rest on the shoulder (or in the hands of) Mitchell Trubisky or Nick Foles. It's time to blatantly and unmercifully blame the "brains" of the operation, team management. It's time to clean house, again. Matt Nagy? Bye. Ryan Pace? See ya later, alligator. George McCaskey? Ok, he's not going anywhere but maybe he could hire some advisor that actually knows how to build a winning team. How is it a world-renowned city can have such a disastrous franchise? What. A. Joke. Yes, I am a life-long Chicago Bears fan. However, I am flat-out embarrassed to admit it. I am done with them. I'm sick of them being so bad it's laughable.

Chicago's professional (and I use that term loosely) is so bad DETRIOT trolled them on Twitter, as pointed out by 670 The Score's Chris Emma.

At this point, some of Da Bears' most well-known players of the past should be embarrassed too. In fact, one of them is. That player is Matt Forte.

I have a suggestion for Chicago Bears' fans. Instead of putting yourself through misery, why not binge watch one of the tv shows or movies Netflix is blowing out at the end of the month. You can find the full list here.

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