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Cardinals' bizarre tweet after Bears win sparked some very confused responses

Joshua Rogers December 6, 2021
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Arizona Cardinals’ bizarre tweet after Bears win sparked some very curious responses on social media.

The Arizona Cardinals are the No.1 seed in the NFC with a 10-2 record and looking like a strong contender to reach this year’s Super Bowl.

The Cardinals have been particularly formidable on the road, sitting at a perfect 7-0 with all their wins coming by 10 points or more.

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Cardinals send out bizarre tweet after Bears win

On Sunday, they continued their impressive streak against the Chicago Bears, winning the game 33-22. QB Kyler Murray threw for 2 TD’s and also ran for two TD’s and 59 yards.

The Cardinals won in Week 13 over the Bears by a final score of 33-22. After the game, Arizona’s Twitter account tried to clown the Bears with a meme, except, nobody really had a clue what was going on. Check it out.

Fans puzzled by strange tweet

Needless to say, the comments were floods with bemused fans who couldn’t quite understand what the Cardinals were getting at.

Cardinals tweet explained

Thankfully, a few people in the comments were on hand to explain what the heck was going on.

The giant object depicted in the meme is actually the Cloud Gate sculpture (or Bean) in Chicago, but shaped like an ‘L’ to signify the Bears’ loss. They also stuck a mini-cardinal (bird) on top to really rub salt in the wounds…

The Cardinals stay winning on the field, but their social media team really does need to up its trash-talking game…

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Joshua is a senior sports writer with over four years' experience in online writing. He graduated with a BA in Ancient History from The University of Manchester before receiving an MA in Sports Journalism from The University of Central Lancashire. He became a trending writer for a leading social publisher and later spent time covering the 2018 World Cup for The Mirror Online. He then moved to a social marketing agency where he acted as website editor. His specialties on The Focus include F1, tennis, NBA, NFL and combat sports.