San Francisco 49ers tighten their belts George Kittle

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George Kittle, the San Francisco 49ers All-Pro player…

Who knew George Kittle was a Chicago Bears fan? After the San Francisco 49ers defeated the Arizona Cardinals on Saturday, which was just the breakthrough the Bears needed when they entered the NFC playoffs, all the pros showed their amazing enthusiasm when they defeated division rivals the Cardinals in the playoffs:

I’ll tell you: I grew up a Bears fan. And the fact that we helped the bears makes me a little happier. Yeah, Bears, Kittle said at the end of her post-game interview. Shortly after confessing a loyalty that many bear fans have never known before, Kittle continued his verbal thanks in Chicago and, after leaving the stage, shouted into the microphone: Fuck, I love bears!

Daniel Greenberg of ChiSportsUpdates shared a widely distributed video of Kittle talking about his joy at helping another beloved football team, and Bear fans responded enthusiastically everywhere. Kittle grew up supporting his father’s loyalty to the Chicago sports teams, but he never cheered so publicly for them – and that caused a sensation on Twitter.

I fucking love the bears.
– San Francisco 49ers TE George Kittle

It’s a must for Bears fans.

(Video via 49ers YouTube) pic.twitter.com/NZm7Iz5i2x

– Daniel Greenberg (@ChiSportUpdates) 27. December 2020

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Kittle didn’t grow up in Illinois, but was always a fan of theBears.

Kittle was actually born in Packer’s territory: He was born in Madison, Wisconsin, and his family moved to Iowa when he was young. He grew up in Iowa, where he also went to college and played for the Hawkeyes. The 49ers selected him in the fifth round (146th overall) of the 2017 NFL Entry Draft and he has been one of the top players in the game ever since.

Kittle was named first All-Pro team last year and second All-Pro team in 2018, and has competed in the Pro Bowl twice in his first four seasons. He also has the most receiving yards in the NFL regular season by a tight end (1,377).

His ball skill and ferocity on the pitch, combined with his undeniable exuberance when it comes to bears, excited fans and analysts after Saturday’s game.

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Analysts show a lot of love for George Kittle, fans want him in bear shape

Kittle admitted that he was happy to help the team he cheered for when he was a kid, which of course brought the crowds to Twitter. Several bear fans and analysts have praised Kittle, while others have argued for a possible future release of the People’s tight end series in the form of Bears.

Yes! pic.twitter.com/6n08dpA4kP

– Joseph (@JMagsPlays) 27. December 2020

The exchange scenarios are currently being developed.

– DD ⬇️ (@BuiltDiffy) 27 December 2020

How to do business with Kittle pic.twitter.com/evtjFlaFM.

– Leo (@Leooo0155) 27. December 2020

Come to Chicago Chef pic.twitter.com/3p4QUPrnAS

– Words Taste Weird (@BotJackpot) 27 December 2020

I thought I couldn’t love George Kittle anymore, but here we are at https://t.co/tAjFsBqQj7.

– Brad Spielberger (@PFF_Brad) 27 December 2020

As a bear lover, this brings me pure joy! Take him to Chicago yesterday! The pussy’s my buddy now!!!

– Stephen Tosh (@anotherTosh) 27. December 2020

Kyle Long, former Bears rookie guard, even entered the game:

Tight People’s End https://t.co/e52retjOix

– Kyle (@Ky1eLong) 27. December 2020

The finish position is one of the tightest the Bears have experienced since the departure of Mike Ditka, although the second round of the team in 2020 Cole Kmet showed great potential in his first season. That didn’t stop Bears fans from dreaming out loud on Twitter about the possibility of Kittle one day playing for the team that we didn’t know he loved.

The official Twitter account of the 49ers team was also used:

#MerryChristmas @ChicagoBears #

The Tight End of People | @gkittle46 pic.twitter.com/z0myz7cQ9u

– San Francisco 49ers (@49ers) 27 December 2020

I hate to be the harbinger of bad news and bring a small dose of reality, but Kittle signed a five-year contract with the 49ers this season and earns an average of $15 million a year. The Bears can’t afford it and it would be an absolute miracle if the 49ers traded it in – but if you’re a Bears fan, it’s a miracle to hope for.

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