Here’s A Video Compilation Of Bears Fans Losing Their Minds Over Taking Mitch Trubisky 2nd Overall

It’s the dead middle of the NFL offseason and yet the Bears are still taking loses.

Chicago traded a million picks Thursday night to move up a single spot to draft Mitch Trubisky, a guy who only played 13 total games in college, and even worse, didn’t even know what a hard count was until last month.

The reactions among Bears fans back in Chicago watching the draft summed the pick up perfectly…

Even fans in Cleveland were upset that Chicago would be the ones to ruin a promising QB’s career and not the Browns.


  1. fairy tale ends in domestic strife morass Albuquerque Journal


    He was just so nice.

    She was smitten almost from the moment she found him on an online dating website. upright, Charming and fine in that rural, Rancher style way, Jimmie Stuteville turned out to be the perfect man for her.

    He reminded her of monthly bill, Her late hubby.

    Judy Holcomb, 66, Says she met a man who seemed a perfect match for her. But after 10 various, the wedding crumbled and, states, It ended with an make an effort kill her. No charges were ever filed. (thanks to Judy Holcomb)

    Was the love of playing, The sweetest, Kindest man on the internet, And I was devastated when he died, Judy Holcomb said of the man she had loved for 25 years until his death of medical conditions in May 2003. Here comes this man who appears him, shares like him, Even wears exactly size clothes. And he telling me God sent him to help me with my children, And I believed him because I thought i’d stop crying, And I let him in.

    Holcomb was a domestic violence hearing officer for the 7th Judicial District in Socorro, an associate professor at New Mexico Tech and a mother of seven children, putting five children she and Bill had adopted from Vietnam. She was two weeks shy of her 53rd birthday and thinking she had just been given a good gift: you to definitely heal her heart, Help her raise her children and kids and run her 26 acre ranch near Magdalena.

    They married in september 2004, Six weeks if they met.

    operating in 2005, She underwent in vitro fertilization and delivered the couple son.

    To her mates in the far flung ranching communities of central New Mexico, her life seemed nice. Her dating a latina children were bright and risk-free. Several of the girls were proficient horsewomen and royalty in local rodeos.

    Were so thrilling so well mannered, beneficial Dawn Weaver said. discovered Judy kids. After 10 days, the marriage was through.

    The Holcomb family in happier times as the family attended wedding ceremony of oldest son Zach in 2003. (due to Judy Holcomb)

    Holcomb said she had realize Stuteville secrets. He had been married most times, At least two of those marriages ending in annulments over suggestions of fraud.

    documents filed in 2003 by a Tucson woman to whom Stuteville had been married for eight months, as an example, Accused him of fabricating awareness and making misrepresentations and omissions concerning his financial worth and abilities.

    Holcomb contends he gave the impression to go woman to woman, Mooching off all. were what he was doing to her, She described, Living off her income your monthly $1,000 Social reliability benefits each minor child from her previous marriage received after their father death. Holcomb said she believes Stuteville also knew that she was inheritor of an aging aunt sizable estate.

    Several attempts to reach Stuteville by telephone for this story were been unsuccessful.

    attemptedto kill me Sept. 17, 2014, Things turned far darker for Holcomb.

    wedding ceremony, by then, Had right now crumbled. Holcomb said she had told Stuteville she wanted the divorce.

    what went down that night changed her life forever. She suffered serious injuries that happen to be led to permanent damage, Which she says her husband caused seeking kill her. A grand jury eventually heard the case against him but do not indict. She has not seen her younger kids since that night, And a court has decided that neither parent should have custody of the children after all this.

    to be able to court, Hospital and state Police records: Holcomb states she woke up at 4:30 that morning at her Magdalena ranch because she had intends to meet her daughter AnneMarie, Who well-being in Socorro, On her alternative Albuquerque.

    Stuteville, She recounted, had been up and standing next to the stairwell next to one of her teenage sons.

    She experienced Stuteville say, fully grasp this done. She was dragged completely to another flight of stairs and thrown down again. She was dragged back up to the the top of stairs and thrown down for a third time.