Bears Fans vs. the World and Other Bears Bullets

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Bears Fans vs. the World and Other Bears Bullets

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Going to two baseball games in a three-day span is a sure sign that Summertime Chi is around the corner.

As is this tweet:

Let the games begin!

•   I don’t think he likes us:

•   First Rams cornerback Jalen Ramsey, now Packers safety Darnell Savage? If you think Bears fans are a load to handle now, just wait until their favorite team gets consistently good.

•   To be fair, I’d be an upset defensive back if I ended up on Mitchell Trubisky’s highlight reel:

•   It’s good that there are budding rivalries in sports. And I like that fans are getting involved. So long as what fans are throwing out there isn’t offensive, threatening or hurtful, I think poking the bear is just fine. And it’s cool to see players poke right back. Tweets like Savage’s and posts from players like Ramsey shows that they are reading what they’re getting, as opposed to the lies players tell when they say they don’t read news clippings or hear what’s being said outside of the room. Nothing like some good banter to make the next 115 days before the season starts go by quicker.

(Photo by Stacy Revere/Getty Images)

•   Based on last year’s strength of schedule, the Bears have the NFL’s third hardest road in 2021. But nothing worth anything comes easy. Bring it on, baby:

•   The answer is all of them … right?

•   Gotta make up for lost time in 2020, after all.

•   Are you as curious as I am to see what this defense looks like with a new voice running the show?


•   Roquan Smith is good at tackling:

•   Good work by our friends at Obvious Shirts:

•   Love seeing community investment from Chicago’s teams:

•   It will take some time to get used to a failed baseball prospect wearing a quarterback’s number playing tight end:

•   Jon Gruden’s coaching career reminds me of that George Lucas quote about the Star Wars movies — “It’s like poetry, sort of. They rhyme.”

Author: Luis Medina

Luis Medina is a Writer at Bleacher Nation, and you can find him on Twitter at@lcm1986.