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Latest Bears Tweet Will Have Packers and Vikings Fans Laughing Out Loud

Larry Rupp
The latest tweet from the Bears will have Packers and Vikings fans laughing out loud.
The latest tweet from the Bears will have Packers and Vikings fans laughing out loud. / James Gilbert/Getty Images

The Chicago Bears really do not know how to make it any easier on themselves. They recently signed quarterback Andy Dalton to a one-year, $10 million deal to be the team's starting quarterback and fans were not excited.

Well, they still won't be after seeing the Bears' latest tweet.

Chicago left nothing up to the imagination as they tweeted out a picture of Dalton with a caption that read "QB1." Everyone knows that signing Dalton was quite a disappointing turn of events after they were rumored to be in trade talks for Russell Wilson and Deshaun Watson.

Don't get me wrong, Dalton has had a solid career. However, this is a move that hurts the Bears' Super Bowl chances instead of helping. Dalton has a 6-16 record as a starting quarterback in the last two seasons and has never won a playoff game in his career despite playing in four of them.

Green Bay Packers and Minnesota Vikings fans are sure to be getting a kick out of this whole situation.

It doesn't help that the tweet matches up perfectly with an infamous Buffalo Bills post once sent out about Nathan Peterman.

It looks like the Bears are committing to Dalton no matter the consequences, which may very well be good news for fellow fans in the NFC North Division. For now, they can just sit back and enjoy the mess.

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