Nut Job On Bears Board Believes NFL is Fake Like WWE
Nolan Thomas | 09/15/13 | 8:56 PM EDT 0 Comments
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The funniest thing of all…..this guy is totally serious.


A poster on a Chicago Bears Message Board that goes by the user name “Einstein” actually believes that the NFL is fixed and scripted like the WWE. This nut job is serious.
 
You may be asking yourself why he believes this. He believes that the NFL is fake because he picked the Bears to lose both against the Bengals in week one and the Vikings in week two and won both games with dramatic comeback drives late in the fourth quarter. Here are just a few of his thoughts on the subject.
 
“I am very disappointed,” Einstein wrote. “Just a total bullshit win, business as usual. I don't think I can waste any more of my time on this phony bullshit called NFL Football. In the end, it ain't real, and I have no doubts about that now.”
 
“The NFL can do whatever it wants to. The NFL does whatever it wants. The money matters and nothing else. What you watch, is no different than WWE.”
 
“In both games, Bears opponent had game completely in hand and under control, then "Poof & Shazam ", just like that, Bears get wins both times, in each case, the better team losing? The owners are just maximizing interest to increase and secure their profits and fan base. They are merely working and serving up their product in whatever manners that maximizes and secures the greatest profits possible.”
 
“It's all predetermined. It's like that, and that's the way it is.”
 
If you want to read the whole extremely humorous post, you can go here but you will need to register for an account. If you do, the post is titled “Who said the Vikings would win the division?
 

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