Social media mocks Bears, calls for Trestman’s firing

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Chicago fans, Green Bay fans and football writers all took shots at the Bears via social media Sunday.

The Bears trailed 42-0, the most points they’ve ever allowed in a half. Things got so bad that #firetrestman was trending nationally on Twitter.

The Bears went on to lose 55-14.

Here’s the best of what Twitter had to offer:

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All the results from the supersectionals around the state.
“Wouldn’t it be unbelievable for our city if you were to see two amazing facilities for these great sports teams built at once?” said Curt Bailey, president of Related Midwest, which oversees the vacant 62-acre site where the White Sox hope to build.
The critically acclaimed Chicago eatery helmed by Beverly Kim and Johnny Clark will be closing by the end of the month, but will re-emerge with a new concept at an undetermined future date.
Checkout lane at grocery store came to a halt as everyone waited for one customer to cover another’s shortfall.
Since returning from injury, Bedard has averaged 1.25 hits and 0.88 blocked shots per game, up from 0.64 hits and 0.33 blocked shots per game previously.