Green Bay Packers may not have won this week, but they ended it on a high note. After having the best half of football in his career, Justin Fields and the Chicago Bears had a 28-7 lead over the Denver Broncos in the third quarter. It may not come as a surprise to most, but the Bears managed to blow this lead. As a result of the loss, the Bears fell to 0-4 on the season. Marking 14 straight losses for Chicago, Bears fans appear to be in shambles. However, the Packers fans are enjoying their embarrassing loss very much.
Green Bay Packers Fans Having a Blast After Chicago Bears Loss to Denver
After the Bears’ loss, many NFL fans took to Twitter to share a laugh together. However, it was Packers fans in particular who were laughing their tails off. Even a former Packers quarterback took to Twitter to make fun of Chicago.
Kurt Benkert is very active in the Twitter community, and he always manages to make Packers fans laugh.
Even the Bears’ Twitter admin jinxed their quarterback after his hot start. He ended up fumbling the ball in the fourth quarter which was returned for a touchdown, tying the game up at 28.
It has also been pointed out that it’s been 342 days since the Chicago Bears have won a football game, a very incredible stat for all the wrong reasons.
A number of other fans have also listed some incredible stats… Every professional sports team in the United States has won a game since Elon Musk bought Twitter back in 2022, except for the Bears. Queen Elizabeth has also only missed three Bears wins since passing away in 2022.
If it’s any consolation for Bears fans, they currently have the top two picks in the 2024 NFL Draft. Bears fans were even chanting “Caleb Williams” after their loss.
The projected No. 1 overall pick in the 2024 NFL Draft took down Deion Sanders’ Colorado Buffaloes, passing for over 400 yards and six touchdowns.
Today’s game proved that the Bears couldn’t even win when their quarterback finally performs well. They lost to a team that had given up 70 points in their previous game. Furthermore, they allowed them to score 24 unanswered points. It’s been an ugly season for the Bears, and it doesn’t appear to be getting any better.