Jackson is just a person like anyone else and is gon feel the boos. I get it, that shit is not helpful.
But he just has to know that you don't ever, ever, ever, EVER complain about booing in public. People are dicks about that shit.
Spot on. Im honestly trying to think of a more embarrassing loss and I cant think of one.Imagine thinking that this team did NOT deserve to get boo'ed. I can think of few examples in modern sports history of a team sh*tting the bed as badly as the Bears did on Thursday night. And against the Packers, a less talented team that they had no business losing to at home.
The city is as amped up as they have ever been for a game. Eight months of waiting after that disastrous end to last season. You would think that the team would be roaring to go. Instead.....3 points.
They bring the freaking '85 Bears out before the game. Virginia does the TV intro. 100th anniversary. The stadium as loud as I've ever seen.
I know it's only one game but holy hell has this team killed their momentum like none other. Absolutely embarrassing. Worse - shameful.
What an ignorant statement.This is Bears football...This is Chicago...This isn't Northwestern or the Illini. These are grown men playing professional ball, for a city that expects super bowls and division titles. You score 3 points on your own home field vs a division rival, guess what? You're gunna get BOOED...I knew this new softie millennial culture had seeped its way into the NFL over the years, but I guess I was ignorant to believe we were immune to it....
Exactly, it's a reciprocal relationship, i pay my kids bills, they still boo me when im an idiot, metaphorically, and vice versa, Eddie is frustrated, he actually cares what the fans think!True but it also doesn’t help in a one score game where the outcome isn’t decided yet..
At some point the defense will realize, if they haven't already, the fans are booing the offense. The cheers for the defense were deafening. They played hard, fast, and physical. The offense however....This is my fear. This is the start of the defensive frustration. Jackson was frustrated, but he did not want to direct it where it should go at the offense. So, instead he focused his frustration on the fans booing.
Eventually that frustration will focus on who it should and then the locker room becomes an issue.