Enough Ced: Give us your Bears rants

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Forget what we learned from Thumper in “Bambi.” You should probably be saying something right now. (AP photo)

There’s no way to sugarcoat the Bears’ brutal 45-10 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals.

The offense was offensive.

The defense was indefensible.

The special teams were anything but special.

On a day when they could have gained a game in the standings on the Minnesota Vikings and quieted some very loud Bengal mouths, Lovie Smith’s crew laid a big, fat egg and reverted back to .500.

They let former running back Cedric Benson run all over them and get his redemption — to the tune of 189 yards on 37 carries and a touchdown.

They let serial tweeter Chad Ochocinco make good on every electronic promise — to the tune of 10 catches, 118 yards and 2 touchdowns.

So, what do you do after one of the most painfully unwatchable games in recent history?

You vent.

We want to hear your best Bears rants. Feel free to really light into anyone and everybody, holding nothing back.

Maybe you’ll feel better when you’re done. Visceral diatribes have a way of soothing the soul.

At the very least, it will be entertaining.

Go ahead, the floor is yours.

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